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Site médiéval du Couvent des Carmes

Historic site and monument ( Historic patrimony / Ruins and remains / Religious heritage / Convent / Castle )

Description

Beauvoir is one of the famous place where the Lord of the ''Dauphiné'' province lived in the 14th century. They gave the convent to Carmes's monks in 1342. This building was renoved and now you can discover a museum about their history and the Vercors area and also a beautiful medieval garden. Moreover the restaurant offer a very good regional cook.

The museum is about the history of the ''Dauphiné" province and the history of Carmes's monks.
Moreover you can discover the medieval garden and the orchard.

Facilities

  •  Parking
  •  Coach access
  •  Wi-fi
  •  Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs

Business information

Informations

  • Maximun capacity 100 person (s)
  • Equipped meeting rooms quantity1

Services

  •   Chair
  •   Screen
  •   Microphone
  •   Paper board
  •   Speaker pulpit
  •   Dance floor
  •   Stage
  •   Table
  •   Video projector
  •   Wifi in room
  •   Concert/events
  •   Family Reception/drinks reception
  •   Seminar/meeting
  •   Fitted kitchen
  •   Dining area
  •   Restaurant on site
  •   Free choice of caterer
  •   Bar
  •   Accommodation in the close vicinity

Meetings rooms

La flore

Très beau cadre avec vue sur la cour intérieure et le Vercors.


Capacity
150 person(s)
Area
80 m2
Height
2 m
Natural light
Yes


Disposition
Classroom room
60 places
Theatre style
80 places
U-shape
20 places
Banquet
60 places
Cocktail
150 places
Square
20 places

Location

Contact

Address

38160 Beauvoir-en-Royans

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