Welcome and reception

Two receptionists take turns to welcome the residents and their visitors 7 days a week. They are present from 08:30 to 19:30 in the week and from 09:30 to 19:30 on weekends and public holidays.

They have numerous and varied tasks: responding to calls from rooms, monitoring access, managing the telephony and the postal mail, recording wishes for meals, announcing visitors, etc., all with a friendly smile.

The Lounges

A large TV lounge with a library corner awaits you at the garden level. It can receive the residents and their visitors, and host certain activities such as bridge and other board games.

A smaller lounge is intended for smokers.

The restaurant and tearoom

Very friendly and overlooking the terrace and the garden, our restaurant is the preferred place of our residents and their guests.

The head waiter will receive you there every day from noon until 19:00.

From 15:00, the tearoom awaits you for a snack and a few activities.

Meals may also be taken in the bedroom.

The kitchen

Our chefs have backgrounds in restaurants and not collective kitchens.

Julien Noël, our Executive Chef, was previously at Chez Bocuse.

He offers you high-quality, tasty cuisine and is at your disposal to organise your private meals according to your wishes.

The accommodation

Each accommodation unit, well ventilated and comfortable, includes an entrance hall, a bedroom and a bathroom (shower) with a private toilet. We also offer just under ten apartments.

Our residents can bring their personal furniture. Only the bed is mandatorily provided by the Residence, for reasons of convenience for treatment.

The curtains and the complete bedding are provided by the retirement home.

Certain accommodation units have balconies or a terrace.

All of our bedrooms have a fire-detection system, a nurse call system with interphone and are connected to a telephone and to distribution via a private subscription to be purchased from an operator.