In the heart of the old town, a maze of cobbled shady pedestrian streets, lined with numerous shops and boutiques, Maison Anila welcomes you.
The house has had many guises and a colourful history; A former property of the Lords of Barjac, it has also been the bread oven of the village, it was demolished during the Revolution and rebuilt in the 18th century when it became the property of the Counts of Roure. The house still retaines its original appearance, a classic Southern French stone house build around a tower, with an internal spiral staircase opening onto a first floor patio.
Maison Anila consists of 4 apartments each with tasteful and original decor inspired by our travels and time spent around the world. Each apartment exudes a warm ambiance and is decorated with antique or vintage furniture. It gives a peaceful atmosphere conducive to relaxation and rest.