The first floor living which doubles up as a dining room has a large comfortable L shaped sofa that converts into a double bed under a red velvet canopy, a wardrobe, a carved dresser, a “secretaire” style desk and two 19th century arm chairs.
The room also contains two antique tables- Louis XV and Charles X respectivelymsclls. library items and a hand woven Tunisian Kerouan carpet.
The corner marble fireplace, embellished with a pier, is not currently functional but features a lovely 19th century hand embroidered mahogany screen.
Contemporary facilities include a flat screen HD TV and a DVD player.
Acess to the Internet is accessible through a wireless open.