In 2021, we completely renovated this house built in 1836 and its garden to make it a guest house and share our taste for the Côte de Nacre and its history. Located in the village of Saint-Aubin sur Mer, the villa is 100 m from the beach, the sea wall with its cafés and restaurants. The decoration of each of the 4 rooms combines design and vintage to evoke one of the decades of the "thirty glorious years" until the "70s". The breakfast is composed of regional products or prepared on the spot. We will be very happy to meet you and guide you, if you wish, to take advantage of the tourist and cultural resources of the region. See you soon!
50's : Changes are accelerating, furniture are produced industrially , especially Scandinavian, which becomes widespread: Oskar modular storage and reading lights are Danish. The Standard chair was designed by Jean Prouvé for industrial production with a very solid system using folded sheet metal. The floor lamp, armchair and coffee table are furniture created in 1958, and reissued on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the opening of the first IKEA shop. The poster for the Leger exhibition was bought on the spot in 1954; Masson's Cat-Bird (1951) bears witness to the autumn of surrealism, while Vostan's collage (1959) is typical of the "lyrical" abstraction of the 1950s. On your way out, greet the "house bird" (actually a bird made for hunters brought back from a trip by the design couple Ray and Charles Eames).
The bedding, shower room and separate toilet take you back to the comfort of the 2020s