Once a place devoted to religious life, this 18th century Chanoines residence was transformed into a guesthouse, which managed to preserve its purity, mystery and original charm. Hostess Martine Quénot literally takes care of everything here: welcoming guests, cooking, sharing her passion for wines, running workshops, to say nothing of her talents as a decorator. Sand, ebony, turquoise, sage green, mandarin, the calm and comfortable rooms and lofts are inspired by art and travels. The watchful eye will recognise a Daum vase over there, here a primitive sculpture from the Cap, a Gallé lamp from a flea market now posing on a lowboy, a Friant painting or a Salvador Dali lithography hanging on a wall in the hallway. Visitors will feel so at ease that Maison de Myon will become like a second home during their stay in the heart of Nancy’s cultural riches. Stanislas Square, the city’s jewel, is only a few steps away!
Owner : MARTINE QUÉNOT
- Guesthouse: 5 rooms, 3 lofts (up to 4 people), reception salons, library,
outbuildings and courtyard, wine cellar open to oenologists, cooking workshops
- Various options and services for private and professional events