The Hotel de Pavie was once a convent where nuns offered shelter and protection to pilgrims and travelers. After the revolution, the building became a post office. Its next life was as an inn, and then a hotel restaurant. In 1927 it was christened Hostellerie de Plaisance. Post-World War Two, the place was used as an inn and dance hall.
Villagers gathered on the terrace to dance and meet. The guinguette closed its doors in the 1960s to make way for a hotel restaurant.
The Perse Family became the hosts of this renowned House in 2000.
In 2007, the hotel was extended and transformed with the acquisition of an old house with Roman tiles. This Village House is connected to the Main House by crossing and strolling around our pretty gardens and by taking a glass elevator carved into the rock.
The garden courtyard of the Hôtel de Pavie is located just a few meters from the steps where it is said that Ausone liked to meditate.
In September 2020, a new chapter is being written and our entity, Perse Latitudes, is accelerating its development in collaboration with the famous Michelin-starred Chef Yannick Alléno.
Through this new dynamic, we wish to strengthen ties with Château Pavie, owned by the Perse Family. Hostellerie de Plaisance thus becomes Hotel de Pavie and its restaurant La Table de Pavie.