restaurant is in the former orangery, a jewel from the end of the 19th
century, and opens out onto the gardens which date from the same
period, where you will find the emblematic cedar tree.
The large glass walls in iron and cast iron posts are typical of this turn of the century’s infatuation with modernity!
Orange trees and even tobacco plants were actually grown here in pots; a large tank under the vaults stored rainwater for the plants.
Today this is the Auberge’s main dining room, for hotel meals during the week and the restaurant at the weekend, with the salon next door. There is also the reception desk and the bar – this is the very heart of the house.