Check In: Baudon de Mauny

Montpellier, France
01.07.2011 | by: Meghan

As if you need yet another reason to wile away time on the Mediterranean shores of southern France, the 18th-century chateau Baudon de Mauny is tucked into a cobblestone backstreet of Old Montpellier–and has been owned and run by the same family for seven generations. It has everything you could possibly want from a French chateau packed into its five beautiful guest rooms: storied history, eccentric charm and cutting edge. Modern furnishings and different Cole & Sons wallpaper in every room mixes with long, heavy drapes, frilly wall moldings and antique portraits. The French are so good at this! Hideaway tip: there’s also a just-as-stylish pied-à-terre upstairs with two bedrooms and a full kitchen.


2 Comments on “Check In: Baudon de Mauny”

  1. I stayed here while living in the South of France two years ago – decided to treat myself to a stylish weekend. The hosts are not only incredibly gifted in terms of style/vision they are lovely people. So nice to see their gorgeous space(s) on Design Tripper


  2. I think it takes a special kind of person to run a small hotel — or in this case, a special kind of family. Love that it’s been in the same family for seven generations. Glad to hear they’re as lovely as I imagine.


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