La Maison Clarée was built in the eighteenth century and originally accommodated a family with nine children and all their livestock. Its storage areas also provided room for their tools, supplies and fodder. Nowadays, its characteristic vaulted rooms, thick walls, beautiful old doors, quirky little windows and wooden floors provide a wonderful setting for a mountain holiday — cosy and warm in winter, cool and stylish in summer.

Entrance hall

You enter La Maison Claree through a front door next to the parking area. This leads into a spacious entrance area with plenty of hanging and boot storage and room to dry outdoor gear. There is a separate WC here and also a utllity room with washing machine and tumble dryer.

Sitting room

The lower level of the main house features a stunning vaulted sitting room. This spacious, yet cosy room has a central stone pillar, a familiar feature of the mountain farmhouses in this area. There is a comfy seating area with sofas and armchairs, a selection of books and games and a table football table. There is also a woodburning stove with a full supply of logs to keep you warm in winter. In summer, this room provides a cool retreat from the heat of the day. The sitting room has TV and DVD player.

Kitchen / diner

The stunning kitchen/diner has a big larchwood table (seats 12) plus a breakfast bar and comfy seating area. There is plenty of space to move around and also relax after a day out in the mountains. The kitchen is well equipped for cooking and has a walk-in pantry area for storing food and wine. There is a fridge freezer and additional larder fridge, plus dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine, toaster and kettle.


Spread over three floors, the house sleeps up to 12 people in six en-suite bedrooms and also offers a separate apartment sleeping 2 to 4. There are three doubles and three twins that can be made up as doubles on request.


There are six en-suite shower rooms, one also has a stunning freestanding bath.


Large glazed double doors from the kitchen diner lead out to the south-facing terrace where you will find garden tables and chairs for eating outside or just relaxing and enjoying the sun and the views. Children can play on the decked terrace or the paved area beside it. There is also very easy access to the village play area, with swings, slide, climbing frames and boules pitch, just across the lane. There is a decked south-facing terrace, a garage, off-road parking for three cars, garden furniture and table tennis.

Floor plans

Spread over three floors, the house sleeps up to 12 people in six en-suite bedrooms and also offers a separate apartment sleeping 2 to 4. It's an ideal self-catering property for several families holidaying together or for groups of friends, offering flexible accommodation to suit a wide range of needs, with the two units available separately or together for very large groups.