The Petrarque Park is a Gypsy mansion of the eighteenth, in the heart of the private park of the Bishopric, former spiritual and intellectual center. Petrarch, chanted in 1335, said to have spent "a celestial summer". The guest house has twelve places. You will sleep in one of the five completely renovated rooms still dressed in the antique style of period furniture, today redecorated with natural coatings and pigments. Each room has a bathroom with shower and toilet. Free wifi access. The earthen construction of this house and the thickness of its walls, ancestral knowledge, provide natural freshness and cooling during the hot summer. Breakfast - espresso coffee, teas with various flavors (green, darjeeling, russian, smoked...), milk chocolate, fresh bread, pastries, orange juice... - served in the dining room with posters of d epoch telling the story of a family of notable Gascon. Breakfast is served between 08:00 and 10:00. On the edge of the pond, a former fish sanctuary for bishops, you will be able to surprise a brood of mallards, a gray heron, a squirrel or a deer family enjoying this unspoiled setting of wild nature. To have breakfast, rest, read, chat or simply do nothing, one can use a spacious furnished period room that is available for guests only. Or spend in the summer garden and sit under the linden trees. The garden - Facing the mill of the fourteenth, one is rocked by the murmur of the water, the sound of the bells and the song of the frogs. The bucolic calm and old-fashioned charm of an old-fashioned garden. Through a small wooden bridge that spans the mill canal, access to the Park. The Park - Old Park of the Bishopric, there are still very old trees: redwoods, yew trees, acanthus... It runs along a large pond 200 m., Former fish sanctuary of Bishops, where, depending on your walks or sitting on a bench at the edge of the water, you will be able to surprise mallards, gray herons, coots, turtles... - Between the trees or at the bottom of meadows, squirrels, deer... A rich fauna which cohabitates in this preserved case of wilderness, yet in the heart of the village.