Maison Forestière

This beautiful house from 1820 is located only 7 km from Privas and overlooks green hills and is surrounded by forests.

The house was originally a Maison Forestière: a forester's and hunter's house. It was built in 1820 by the Catholic Church as a hunting lodge. Many surrounding forests are still owned by the Catholic Church. Foresters maintained the forest and regulated the state of the game. Many notables from Lyon in particular came here to hunt. The current nearby house also belonged to Maison Forestière: it was there the hunting dogs were kept and pheasants were bred, which were released for hunting.

Maison Forestière has 4 guest rooms, a dining room and a lounge. Around the house is a large garden where you can sit in the sun or shade. When the weather is nice, breakfast is served outside.

On the same floor as the rooms there is a beautiful covered terrace where you can sit in the shade.