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Maison de Mon Père

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  • The unique character of each room, be it bleached purity in Rose with an elegant bathtub behind folding screens or lilac femininity in Augustine with a terrace looking out to the city ramparts.
  • Being in the very heart of Aigues-Mortes with its restaurants and shops just a few cobbled streets away…
  • The comfort and stylish look throughout, with an eclectic mix of art, furnishings, and colours.
  • Being served excellent poached eggs, freshly-squeezed orange juice and a basket of fresh croissants out on the leafy courtyard – all included in the offer.
Maison de Mon Père

A home from home in the vast beautiful wilds of the Camargue.

9.3 /10
By Kathryn Atkins, VeryChic correspondent
Rarely does a hotel feel so much like a second home than the Maison de mon Père, a charming boutique guest house located in the centre of the achingly pretty Provençal town Aigues-Mortes. With just four rooms, each given their own individual chic design, along with personalised service from owner Viviane herself and hearty breakfasts, the hotel offers a uniquely personal atmosphere. Short of buying your own place in Provence, this is the best base from which to explore the vast meadows and wetlands of La Camargue and medieval charms of Provence!

Double Room

Maximum occupancy: 2 people and 1 baby

Double Room
Double Room
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    Surface area: 20 m²
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    Bed type: 1 double bed
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    Bathroom with: shower, toilet, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries
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    Room with: flat-screen TV with cable channels, Wi-Fi
  • Reception open from midday-4pm
    Check in from 1pm & check out by 11am
  • 4 rooms (non-smoking)
  • Wi-Fi available for free in the rooms and common areas of the hotel
  • The establishment does not provide disabled and limited mobility access
  • Pets are not permitted in the establishment
  • The Salins du Midi – the vast salt marshes famous for their incongruous pink hues competing with the even more incongruous pink flamingos overhead. Take the little train for an hour’s tour including talks on the Salins’ nature and salt production.
  • Mazet du Vaccares – a memorable place for lunch or dinner, situated lakeside in the beautiful Camargue and specialising in fresh fish dishes.
    Route Albaron Villeneuve, 13200 Arles
    + 33 4 90 97 10 79.
  • The Pont de Gau Ornithological Park – the best destination for immersion in the Camargue’s nature and wildlife.
    RD 570, 13460 Stes Maries de la mer.
    +33 4 90 97 82 62.
  • A Camargue cruise – choose from one of several boat trips on offer in the Camargue towns for a gentle tour of the wetlands.

Maison de Mon Père

17 rue de la République




Set in the heart of this charming medieval village, Maison de Mon Père is situated in the rural village of Aigues-Mortes, which is just over 33km away from Montpellier and its nearest airport.


  • The closest airport is Montpellier-Méditerreannée Airport (25 km), around 20 minutes' drive west of the hotel, it receives flight from several capitals and major cities across Europe, including EasyJet from London and Ryanair from Leeds (seasonally).

    Otherwise, Marseille-Provence Airport (116 km) is better served, located 1 hour 20 minutes' drive east of the hotel, it receives flights from many capitals and major cities across Europe.

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  • Health & travel rules for France:
    There are no longer any health restrictions in place, or travel restrictions into or between EU countries, relating to Covid-19. This is subject to change, so we recommend checking your own government's travel advice prior to departure.
  • Local tourist taxes of €1 per person, per night (to be paid directly to the hotel)
  • 1 or 2 nights minimum stay depending on the dates selected at the time of booking
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Book online or call us +442033265476

From Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays, Sundays and French bank holidays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Local call charges may apply.