On the left bank
The Main House
This is the Estate’s main building. Its late 19th-century architecture recalls colonial time, with lace woodwork, beds of banana trees and giant bonsais. It houses the Reception, Michel Guérard’s Gastronomic Restaurant, plus 23 rooms and suites.
This is where the Empress Eugénie stayed during her visit to our town. This wing was built in 1808, during the First Empire, and is connected to the Main House. It shelters Loulou’s Lounge Bar, the Salon des Dames and the Salon du Pacha, along with five royal and imperial suites.
The Couvent des Herbes
The 18th-century convent remained open until 1961. The whitewashed walls of this poetic “Petit Trianon” hide eight rooms and suites, some of which open right onto the Jardin du Curé, the main kitchen garden of Les Prés d’Eugénie.
The Ferme Thermale®
Behind the Main House, planted in the Estate’s great meadow, this former 18th-century Landes farm covers an area of 1,000 m² and houses the Thermal Spa’s facilities. Whether you’re here for a cure or just a few hours’ relaxation, its 21 individual treatment rooms, lounges and shop mean that whatever time you spend there will surely do you good.
The “Mère Poule” Café and the Cookery School
The latest stars in the Guérard galaxy. Looking out onto both the Grand Rue du Village and the park of the Estate, the “Mère Poule” Café is a wonderful rustic setting, offering gourmets a real treat with “tartines” and home-made cakes. The sublime laboratory at the Cooking School hosts professional training and cookery classes.
On the right bank
Les Logis des Grives
Standing in a garden full of roses and fruit trees, this former 18th-century coaching inn is rustically refined with four rooms and deluxe suites. Everyone eats breakfast together in the Chocolaterie.
The Auberge de La Ferme aux Grives
Extending the Logis, the Ferme aux Grives welcomes all bons vivants, in the earthy setting of an old-style inn. There is suckling pigs roasting in the stone fireplace, juicy chickens in the dripping pan and gratins of pasta with ceps for gourmets.
The Maison Rose
There is something of a guest house feel at the Maison Rose. Its five Apartments with views out over the Logis des Grives. The service is friendly and breakfast is served in the dining room.
100 km (62 miles) away, on the Atlantic coast
Les Maisons Marines d’Huchet
A wild, marine refuge, tucked away right at the end of a track, our Beach House stands on the Landes dunes and offers an unusual place for elegant adventurers to stay. There are two housekeepers and a private chef to look after you.