La Rougemare

Rouen | Chambres d'hôte


Called “The Old Logis”, the three-storey building was built in 1898 by the carpenter Ernest VILETTE for a certain Charles MOREL, collector of Gothic and Renaissance art, and master huchier (carpenter) by profession.

It must be recognized that the man has managed to make his home in his image!

THE HOUSE OF OLD LOGIS has undergone major rehabilitation work from 2016 to 2018 to become a guest house. The decorator Florence DENESLE practiced her art. When you pass the door, you will enter into a piece of Rouen history expressing at the same time a mysterious and fantastic dimension … The stairs and the floors of 1898 sing the music of the history of this house. four suites from 40 to 60 m², some with a ceiling height of more than 4 meters, offer an extraordinary view of the Place de la Rougemare, and in the evening, the most beautiful illuminated works of the “city of hundred steeples” (Victor Hugo 1831). Upper floors shine at night the belfry the Cathedral of Rouen, the Church Saint Maclou, … All the suites are all equipped with a bedroom, bathroom, and a living room incorporating a small kitchen. The LOUIS LE BEGUE suite, on the second floor, also has a mezzanine library with an extra bed.

THE HOUSE OF OLD LOGIS, house where we welcome our guests, with the hotel of LA LICORNE in LYONS LA FORET, former coaching inn of the 16th where the Chef POIRIER, a Michelin star, exercises his art , is part of a history of hospitality pioneering in the footsteps of medieval Normandy. The Grand Cerf Hotel also reigns on the historic hall of this village appearing in the fabulous list of “most beautiful villages of France”.