Giverny | Bed and Breakfast | Christine et Stephan Cloos-Ristich
Phone : 33 (0)2 32 51 05 80
Mobile : 33 (0)6 20 74 20 35
The Bed and Breakfast
The house of Stephan and Christine Cloos-Ristich sits at the heart of Giverny. Built in 1836, it is located between the Musee des Impressionnismes (200 yds) and the former Hôtel Baudy (50 yds), just a brief stroll away from the House and Gardens of Claude Monet (Fondation Claude Monet, 300 yds), and other facilities. A part of the property has been represented in several paintings, such as « The Wedding March » (1892) by Theodore Robinson, depicting the wedding day of the american artist Theodore Earl Butler with Suzanne Hoschedé, one of Claude Monet’s step-daughters. Monet and Suzanne lead the way with Alice Hoschedé-Monet and the groom walking by the ivy covered eastern wall of the garden. Another part of the property also appears in the painting « Road looking west towards the church » (1890) by Dawson Dawson-Watson, where one part of the gate and the thatched roof of an out-house (nowadays, the gallery “Espace 87″) are visible at right.
The only appartment of Christine and Stephan is located on the ground-floor
and opens directly onto the garden, with a little terrace
where you can relax and enjoy a cup of tea or a glass of wine… !
CHECK IN 2 PM – CHECK OUT 12:30 AM
In the dining area, a generous breakfast
with homemade jams is provided in the morning
and you can enjoy it in your dining-room at your convenience
in perfect privacy.
It includes a large bedroom (with one double bed 63 x 79 in.)
a private bathroom (shower), sink and toilets.
Rate : 105 € the night for 1 or 2 persons, breakfast included.
Parking available within the court yard.
The country LOFT (Lodging)
In the heart of Giverny, this spacious (120 m2) apartment has at once, the charm of a family country house in its decoration and the spirit of contemporary loft in configuration. Situated on the first and top floor of what was dairy in the 1960’s, it has a large terrace (50m2) and a big balcony shaded by a canopy along its entire façade. You will enjoy the pleasant, extensive view due south to the hills and the Baudy meadow – a protected field painted -, in 1893, by Monet “Effect of snow in Giverny”, by Cézanne, and by numerous American impressionist artists, including J.Stirling Dyce in 1893, and Coutts L. Chambers in 1895. At the country loft, you can sunbathe in privacy and enjoy intimate lunches or dinners sheltered from the sight of people on the street.
The Loft is located between the “Ancien Hotel-Restaurant Baudy” (50m) and the Sainte Radegonde church, near the small district of galleries. The restaurant “L’Esquisse Gourmande” is on the ground floor. If you wish, you can have lunch or dinner “at home”, just ask for the menu and have your meal delivered.
The apartment comprises a large lounge (60 m2),
a kitchen, a dressing room and a bathroom with shower,
washbasin and toilet, one 20 m2 bedroom with double bed
(width 160 cm) and a second bedroom, 15 m2,
with a double bed (width 140 cm).
Forged iron railings with decorative motifs
secure the apartment.
You can lock them from inside or outside.
Electric kettle – Iron – Oven
Toaster - Dishwasher – Refrigerator
Kitchen utensils – Ceramic hob
Sheets and bathroom linen – The beds have duvets
Pets are not allowed
Guests must leave the apartment perfectly clean.
Payment for the stay is due on the day of arrival.
Only European checks or cash are acceptable for payment :
Credit card payments are not accepted.
Services included in the price :
electricity, heating and water.
Rates from April 1st to October 31st :
1 night :
1 or 2 persons €140
3 or 4 persons €180
Arrival time: 16 pm
Departure time: before 11am
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