With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in small-town southern France, they knew they'd eventually want to open some rooms as a bed-and-breakfast. The garden was restored first, so its plants would be fully mature by opening day | archdigest.com
This French home reminds me a lot of the Petit Tres Mons, where I spent the summer of 1978 in southern France. An old monestary, it had eight bedrooms (or was it nine?) and a chapel. It was old and beautiful. It was a long summer to endure, but an interesting one.