The hotel de Burtaigne was built by the de Gournay family in the early 16th century. The medieval influence can still be seen in the low diamond-shaped roof set back from the facade and the small windows in the attic, at the top of the building. However, its architectural style is moving away from the Italian model and is closer to that of the French Renaissance.

Practical Information

Subject of tourist venue - historic building
  • Vernacular architecture
Styles or dates of tourist venue - historic building
  • Renaissance
Pets welcome
  • YES
Conditions of visit (individuals)
  • Tour of exterior only
Accessible for disabled people
  • Yes
  • YES