Thursday, 13 July 2017

Stunning new French b&b

An extraordinary b&b, recently opened in Troyes, in the French Champagne region, is already receiving rave reviews. The restored property, - Le Jardin de la Cathedrale - built around a courtyard garden a few steps from the city’s magnificent cathedral, was once the home and workshop of master glazier Louis-Germain Vincent-Larchier.  One of its four suites has windows composed of 15th and 16th century stained glass fragments that he collected. 


Another, once his workshop,  has an 18th century oak ceiling. I have visited the property but haven't had the chance to overnight there. However, at the time of writing it has received a rare ten out of ten score on Booking.com. It would make an excellent base for exploring this exceptionally beautiful city and its surrounding region. See my reviews of the city and area in the features pages at silvertraveladvisor.com and bgtw.org.

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