Before the reconstruction of the building started, this was our favourite room because here you are wakened up by the moring sun with view on the enormous Larch tree. Our architect wanted to change this room into an ironing room but we didn't let that happen. Now this room, indeed our most modest room in size, with its mantelshelf and lovely colours is a cozy place. It has a two persons bed and small cabin for the shower and toilet. So...17m2 is still large enough to make a comfortable room. Lots of things to see in this room, but maybe you rather like to take some time to read in "L’étranger" written by Albert Camus (1913-1960).

The room including bathroom is approx. 19m2.