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A charming 19th century timbered former hunting lodge on the edge of Fontainebleau forest, Hotellerie du Bas-Breau was a favourite haunt of Robert Louis Stevenson. Full of character it provides romantic rooms and suites, a tranquil garden, a delightful pool and gourmet cuisine accompanied by fine wine.
A timeless quality adds to the warm and romantic atmosphere here. Savour the forest air during the summer and take a light lunch by the pool surrounded by trees and colourful flower beds. Order a local speciality, Fontainebleau cheese a mild, light and indulgently creamy treat.
Walk into Barbizon and visit the inn (now a museum) and studios where the 19th century painters Corot, Rousseau and Millet established the Barbizon school. Then, take the painters trail through the forest with its huge rocks, ponds and constantly changing colours. Return for a meal in the restaurant to enjoy seasonal game sourced from the forest.
Hotellerie du Bas-Breau is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property.
Useful information:Other names for Hotellerie Du Bas-breau:
Lerie Du Bas Breau Chateaux Et S Collection