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Perpetue Carraud

35m2 room / 2 guests

Located on the 2nd floor, offering a pretty view of the west city side roofs and of the courtyard of the Hôtel de Panette, this 35 m² suite has a beautiful 18th century terracotta tiles floor, and a “cathedral” ceiling with apparent beams. The kitchenette is equipped with a microwave and a refrigerator. Accessible only by stairs.

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    Installation details

    Perpetue Carraud is the name of a laundry woman of the time.

    When the Marquis de Tristan bought the hotel at auction in 1757. He transformed the place into a private mansion.

    Perpetue Carraud was an orphan and was impregnated by the Marquis de Tristan, generally not consenting at that time, and she was a minor (17 years old).

    She lodged a complaint and the Marquis de Tristan was condemned in court to pay the birth rights of the young woman.


    • Kitchen
    • Refrigerator
    • Microwave
    • Table linen
    • Coffee/tea maker
    • Living room
    • Desk
    • Air conditioning
    • Mini-bar (extra cost)
    • Tiled floor
    • Capsules coffee machine
    • Optional breakfast in bed
    • Shower


    • Size: 35m2