Where to sleep
Hôtel La Ferme proposes 145 theme rooms each more original than the next. Whether you’re staying in the Main Building, Le Clos, Le Moulin, La Bergerie or La Basse-Cour, you’ll be charmed by each room’s unique decors, superior appointments and cozy comfort, no matter which room-type you’ve selected.
The Main Building
guests gather for train arrivals and departures. Of modern design, its appointments, farming artefacts and period photographs offer a constant reminder of the old farm.
The Main Building also holds the lobby, train station, front desk,
Restaurant Les Labours, le Café du Marché, a boutique & souvenir
shop, a small farmers’ market, fireside bar, thirty-eight (38) rooms,
three (3) meeting rooms as well as a show venue.
To plan your stay in the region, rest by the fireside, hold a private event or discover terroir products, the Main Building is a must.
- Dortoirs de la Gare Dormitories
With distinctive railway theme appointments, the twelve (12) dormitory rooms feature a living area comprised of four (4) folding single beds. Linked by a common outdoor deckway, Les Dortoirs de la gare presents a fresh take on youth hostels, with rates based on one-bed rentals.
This great option is ideal for solo or group travellers.
Graced with minimalistic, near monochrome interiors, its square configuration is reminiscent of a cloister.
Sloping towards the courtyard, on rainy days Le Clos’ rooftops channel precious rainwater to the Zen garden.
A genuine Zen pavilion infused with an aura of sweet relaxation!
Le Moulin soars high above other Hôtel La Ferme pavilions, with its four-storey tower served by an elevator. Spaces are suffused in a botanical decor in a subtle wink to the farm’s agricultural past.
Views extend well beyond nearby buildings, and rooms in this pavilion are the most spacious of all.
La Bergerie – with forty nine (49) guest rooms fanned out over two floors – is the largest of the four pavilions.
Its architecture is reminiscent of a farm’s sheepfold.
Of the four pavilions, La Basse-Cour is the nearest to the public square and Main Building.
Imaginative animal motifs, a piglet-shaped table and rich, vibrant hues inspired from farm fowl plumage highlight the fanciful spirit of La Basse-Cour’s twelve (12) guest rooms.
With their more family-oriented feel, nine (9) of these rooms feature a set of bunkbeds.