Les Rosees en Provence: Historic, Luxury guesthouse in Medieval Mougins
Les Rosees en Provence is both alluring and romantic. Walking through the grounds of the bastide, its ambience captivates by a crystalline swimming pool and Provençal terraces, ceramic plant pots and shady, tree-covered alcoves. They offer peaceful respite and allow you to reconnect with nature following a day at the beach, designer shopping or skiing. As you enter into the main property, you see the interior has been lovingly restored to preserve its original spirit, using a range of ancient restoration techniques. Sprinkled with sustainable furnishings, rich textiles, tapestries and with a backdrop of exposed stone walls. It’s a place in which to lose yourself completely, stepping back in time to a bygone era in Provence.
Cuisine in Les Rosees en Provence is a delight. Expert chefs also make good use of the hotel’s organic gardens, plucking fresh ingredients to create scrumptious seasonal fare for all dietary requirements. Outside the hotel, this region is ripe for exploration and Les Rosees en Provence staff can arrange bespoke days out. However, there’s no better way to end the day than with a relaxing massage in the hotel or playing a game of boules with locals in the town square, a glass of pastis in hand!
What we liked the most
- A wealth of history and used to be the owner’s grandma’s farm
- All food is fresh and organic with many ingredients sourced from their own gardens
- Curated day trips to suit all interests can be arranged in and around the French Riviera
- Your pet would be treated to an à la carte experience.
- Perfectly placed in medieval Mougins to explore the South of France, Italy, and the Alps.
Five spacious suites overlook verdant gardens, each individually designed to their unique template, allowing visitors to experience the Provence of old with comfortable, modern touches. The Suites feature 18th-century wood panels and doors, antique furnishings, spacious en-suite facilities, and delightful lounges in which to relax with a glass of wine or a good book. A few boast their private terraces and one suite even has a warming log burning fireplace to cosy in front of during chilly winter months.
Serguey suite is contemporary in style, located on the top floor of the luxury hotel with stunning views of Les Rosees en Provence gardens. With a spacious 40m2, the sumptuous suite offers stargazing from the bathtub, a warming fireplace for winter months, and exquisite artisan furnishings throughout.
Located on the first floor of Les Rosees en Provence, Suite Isadora is a hideaway for romantics. Large Provençal style windows look out towards verdant gardens and the room’s antique furnishings are luxurious yet understated, dressed in rich, luxe fabrics. For ultimate relaxation after a day’s sightseeing, sip a chilled glass of wine on your own private terrace whilst overlooking medieval Mougins and the luxurious guesthouse’s gardens.
St Honorat is the perfect suite for families seeking a peaceful holiday. Located on the ground floor, the spacious 50m2 luxury abode boasts a separate lounge which is large enough to convert into a second bedroom, plus, there’s a master bedroom with 18th-century wood panels and doors. Privacy prevails in this suite with your own small, private terrace which offers direct access to the luxurious guesthouse’s gardens.
St Marguerite has its own ground floor garden terrace and a separate entrance away from the rest of the world. It suits a couple and one child, featuring a master bedroom and a small area where an additional bed can be installed. Furnishings and textiles are typically Provençal luxe offering a glimpse into life as it used to be in the old bastide.
Hidden deep in the blooming gardens of Les Rosees en Provence, this traditional Romany-style suite oozes romance. If you adore being amongst nature or require a private, secluded haven with hotel amenities close by, this is the suite for you. The interior is traditional in design, yet luxurious with antique furnishings, a deep bathtub, a cosy terrace deck, and even its own private spa!
Services and facilities
Taste the flavors
Restaurant Les Rosees
Fresh, seasonal ingredients picked from their own organic gardens. At Les Rosees en Provence, part of their commitment to guests is using fresh, seasonal produce, either locally sourced or picked from their own organic gardens. Menus focus on authentic flavours of Provence and France, with delicious lunches, tapas, and dinner taken indoors or alfresco on the terrace and guests can specify their dietary requirements
Delicious pastries, homemade jams, and locally sourced breakfast produce. There’s no better way to start the day than with fresh pastries, homemade jams and fresh fruits picked from the garden or sourced from small Alpine producers. Dine indoors in the charming, old-world dining area overlooking the gardens or head out onto the poolside terrace and awaken your senses whilst feasting on mouth-watering dishes in the great outdoors.
Focus on sustainability
Olive Tree is often a symbol of success, as sustainability seems embedded into the property’s identity and DNA.
Les Rosées en Provence are very conscious about their carbon footprint and they invite the guests to enjoy a luxurious eco-friendly experience.
- This luxury retreat is controlling energy and water consumption and has reduced single-use plastics
- Guests are offered eco-friendly amenities and can stay among stylish sustainability furnished interior
- All the food is fresh, locally sourced from Italy or French Alps, and organic; Part of our ingredients originate directly from our garden
- The luxurious guesthouse’s garden is organic: waste is composted, rainwater collected and yard trimming collected and turned into organic compost.
Explore the location
Hidden in the hills close to the pretty medieval town of Mougins, Les Rosees is in prime position from which to explore the Cote d’Azur. The hotel is a short drive from perfume capital Grasse and designer heaven Cannes and within easy walking distance of the Museum of Classical Art Mougins which showcases over 600 splendid works of art. Leisurely days can be spent enjoying the heady aromas of Les Jardins du MIP, which grows plants for use in perfume making. Alternatively, wander wooded pine valleys and alongside winding streams of beautiful Parc Naturel de la Valmasque.