The dining room and lounge are decorated with large walnut wood fireplaces in the style of Henri IV, while three stone fireplaces provide heating for the other rooms. Lit by the stained glass of a mullioned window, the vast dining room was restored to its original rendering, in two shades of grey.

The large living room with marble floors opens onto a balcony facing west. The view extends over the wrought-iron volutes, over the dry-stone roofs of the old village houses, and beyond to the islands off Beynac, which lie untouched amidst the river for over a kilometre .

For the younger ones, a games room with table football and pool table is set up in the Ground floor of the Guest House.

The kitchen is fully equipped and has its own dining area. You will be able to prepare typical dishes of the region by supplying yourself in the local markets and producers. The services of a professional chef are also available on request.