- Free WiFi
- Including breakfast
- ‘Double’ or ‘twin’
The picturesque city of Vézelay was one of the most important destinations for pilgrims in mediaeval days. Pilgrimages are still held to this day, on special occasions such as sabbaticals. The most famous route runs from Santiago de Compostella in Spain, reputedly home to the grave of the apostle Jacob. France has a network of routes to Santiago, which were included on UNESCO’s world Heritage list in 1998. The oldest four date back to the 12th century, and meet in the Pyrenees Mountains. These routes start in Paris, Le Puy, Arles and… Vézelay.
As you can imagine, this room is decorated to exude the theme of travelling in general and pilgrimages in particular. Intimate, but featuring all the necessary conveniences, such as a separate toilet and walk-in bathroom, characteristic wash basin and a wealth of decorations, biblically themed or otherwise.
Price: € 85,00 per night, including breakfast (2 pers.)
Smoking in the room is not allowed.