To say that I am slightly obsessed with the Mr & Mrs Smith hotel guide would be an understatement. My latest weekend trip was to a gorgeous 400 year old Maison called Les Rosées in Mougins, France. I nearly died when I walked in to our top floor 'Serguey' suite - it's simple, provincial luxury at its best.
The room was absolutely huge with lovely vintage leather chair, a chaise longue that made me never want to get up, and a king size bed. The bathroom was equally as large with a luxuriously deep bath and huge shower with a him and hers basin. The suite is located in the top floor of the Maison and features a glass roof with lovely grey provincial wardrobes and fabric-lined drawers that I wish I could have picked up and brought back with me to London.
The Maison also provides a delicious breakfast of pastries, granola and fruit served out on the balcony area overlooking the pretty garden and plunge pool that is surrounded by olive trees. They can also arrange dinner for you or drinks and light lunch by the pool if you wish to stay and relax. We visited Maema Plage in Cannes to soak up the last of the summer's rays instead (see post here).
The room was scented with Geodesis candles in Fig which created the most beautiful scent memory. I've already purchased one from John Lewis so I can fill my flat with the smell of our trip to Les Rosées. You can buy it here (it's amazing and perfect for wintery nights!).NHG x
See Les Rosées on Mr & Smith Smith here.