2 Avenue Jacques Barrau, Bagnères-de-Luchon, 31110
Le Pavillon Sevigne, mansion of the nineteenth, is located at the thermal baths of Bagneres de Luchon in the heart of the Pyrenees. Built between 1852 and 1855, formerly known as "Buen Retiro", it was occupied some time by HRH Charles II, King of Etruria, Sovereign of Parma.
Description of Pavillon Sévigné Bed & Breakfast:The Sévigné House,a manor of XIX century, is situated opposite the thermal baths of Bagnères-de-Luchon,a little town in the middle of the Pyrenean Mountains. Built between 1852 and 1855 and in the past called ’Buen Retiro’, the most famous resident was Charles II, King of Etrurie, Sovereign of Parma, Italy.This imposing manor from the XIX century ,very recently restored places at your disposal its 5 rooms of prestige mixing antique furnitures and modern comfort. Meals at the manor, on reservation. Rooms equipped with baths or shower with jets, TV and Internet high-flow mobile (Wifi).Lounge with library and chimney opening on the terrace and the park. Spoken English and German. No animals allowed.
Directions to Pavillon SévignéExit 17 of highway A64: direction « Luchon Montréjeau » (45km) Arriving in Luchon take the « Superbagnères » direction. Our manor layes at the end of the thermal baths park, between the Superbagnières road and the street towards St Mamet
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