The Traviata Room
The ground floor staircase of la Bergerie leads to an upper landing decorated to commemorate the fantastic career of opera singer and owner Jean-Philippe Lafont. Each photo and each object reflects one or several memories that his wife Martine savours of her husband's career.
This room is inspired by the style of the Italian opera house, the Teatro de la Fenice in Venice, where Jean-Philippe sang La Traviata, a famous piece by Verdi, for the first time.
This spacious bedroom is decorated with the French 'Toile de Jouy', a traditional red floral design originally produced in a textile factory in Versailles in the 19th century. The room looks out onto the Bergerie's private vegetable garden on one side, and on the other onto the park.
This room includes:
- A 160 X 200 cm bed (slatted double bed base, high comfort mattress)
- Flat screen television, CD and DVD player
- Tea and Nespresso machines
- 2 bedside table and lamp
One large private bathroom including:
- Jacuzzi bath
- Hair dryer
- Dressing gowns
- Luxury toilet items
This room can also become a Parental Suite with a large adjoining bedroom with Roméo and Juliette room :
- 2 twin beds or 1 king size bed (180 - 200cm)
- 1 bed (90/200cm)
- 1 bed (80/200 cm)