Room for 2 people located on the first floor, with walk-in rain shower, at 125 EUR per night, including breakfast for 2.
Named after François Crépin who was born in Rochefort in 1830. He acquired a passion for the flora in his region and became an important botanist. He died in 1903, and today we still preserve an herbarium of roses which represents the largest in the world, gathering some 43,000 boards of dried roses.
Room for 2 people located on the first floor, with rain shower, bathtub, balcony and dressing, at 145 EUR per night, including breakfast for 2.
Named after the Marquis de Lafayette. In 1792, only 3 years after the French Revolution, the traveller Lafayette was spotted at the Auberge du Pélican. He got arrested by the Austrian soldiers who were staying at the castle. The Marquis de Lafayette was declared a traitor to the French nation and imprisoned for 5 years and it was during his captivity that he wrote his famous "Rochefort Protest".
As an anecdote Paola, the sixth queen of Belgium, is a descendant of the Marquis de Lafayette.
Family room for 2 adults and 2 children (up to 15 years old) located on the first floor, with walk-in rain shower, bathtub and large balcony, at 145 EUR for an occupancy of 2 adults per night, including breakfast.
A supplement of 30 EUR per night, will be charged for each child up to 15 years old.
This south-facing room has direct access to the garden.
Named after the Caves of Lorette. The cave was a refuge of prehistoric men but much later also provided shelter for civilians during the two world wars. The caves are well worth visiting and its walls are illuminated by 250 incandescent lamps.
Attic room for 2 people located on the second floor, with walk-in rain shower and large roof terrace, at 135 EUR per night, including breakfast for 2.
This room has a garden view and is south facing.
Named after the Château Comtal. Today you can still admire the old walls as well as the remains of this old castle. The fortress stands on a rocky wall that inspired the name of the city of Rochefort which began to develop at its feet.
Attic room for 2 people located on the second floor, with walk-in rain shower, bathtub and small balcony, at 145 EUR per night, including breakfast for 2.
Named after the spring "La Tridaine". Its elevated position over the city and the abbey, at 211 meters above sea level, allows for the distribution of water in a fully gravitational way. This precious spring not only supplies the city with drinking water but is also used for the production of the Trappist beer whose medical and tasteful virtues are beyond any doubt.