A hotel close to the beach, in Saint-Martin-de-Ré
In Saint-Martin-de-Ré, the 22 rooms of La Baronnie Hotel & Spa are non-smoking and well equipped with a flat screen TV, phone, safe, minibar, hair dryer and a cosmetic mirror.
Free Wi-Fi access in each room.
On the second floor, overlooking the gardens, The Suite is a 45m² bedroom with a separate living room on the garden (with a single bed) and a large wood-paneled room with a double bed, 180x200 (twin upon request), and a desk area. You will be able to watch the sunrise on Saint-Martin-de-Ré from both rooms. Bathroom with bath and shower separated. Toilets separated. Air conditioned room.Read more
Situated on the second floor, you can enjoy the impressive view of the garden from a height. This double room is one of the most spacious rooms of the domain (45 m²). From the double bed, 180x200 (twin upon request), or from the desk area you can admire the light of Ré Island from the window. Modern bathroom with bath and toilets separated. Air conditioned room.Read more
The Pavilion Princess is an independent charming house of 30m² set in the peaceful garden. This white colonial-inspired double room has a sumptuous four-poster bed (180x200) and a small living room by the chimney. It is possible to accommodate one child. Modern bathroom with bath.Read more
The Pavilion Bien Etre is an independent and bright house of 34m² set in the peaceful garden. There are two independent entrances to the garden and on the terrace. With white-washed walls and floor, this light and airy double room has a double bed 180x200, an extra bed for a child, and a desk. Modern bathroom with bath and accessibility for disabled persons.Read more
Madame de Sévigné, pays homage to the famous female writer, whose father was the Baron de Chantal, after whom the street, on which the house is situated is named. This room of 28m², with its XVIII century woodwork in original patina, is located on the first floor with an amazing view on the garden and its flowers. With Double bed (180x200), or twin beds upon request. Modern bathroom with bath and a large window.Read more
The Roy evokes the fascinating history of this stately home, which was once owned by Louis XVI. He bought it in 1783, for Marie Antoinette. This double room of 33m² is situated on the 1st floor, overlooking the garden. Double canopy bed 180x200. Modern bathroom with shower. Independent toilets.Read more
The “Tour des amis” is a duplex of 20m², situated on the first floor, in one of the towers of the Baronnie. Set over two floors, there is a dressing and a nice bathroom, overlooking the garden, with a bath on the first floor. A small internal staircase leads up to the bedroom with a double bed 160x200, draped with a white bridal veil. This room exudes romance and you can enjoy an amazing view from the three windows of the old town of Saint Martin, the church and the garden of La Baronnie.Read more
The Milady of the Musqueteers, who is supposed to be Lucy de Carlisle, wife of the English Ambassador, would have loved to warm her tapered fingers in front of the XVIII century fireplace. This double room of 40m² has wonderfully high ceilings and a double bed 180x200 (twin beds upon request) with a canopy. This room is situated on the first floor overlooking the rooftops of Saint Martin and the nice “Rue Baron de Chantal”. Modern bathroom with bath.Read more
The Cardinal welcomes you by its independent desk, quiet and convenient for reading. The very bright double room of 28 m ² with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request) is situated on the 1st floor with a view on the terrace, the palm trees and the flowers. Big dressing room. Bathroom with bathtub. Air-conditioned room.Read more
Rose de Parme
On the 1st floor with a view of the terrace, this double room of 37 m ² with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request) includes a pleasant living space with a desk and a fireplace. A beautiful alcove, closed by curtains, offers two single beds to welcome young children. Bathroom with bathtub.Read more
Commissioner General of the fortifications of Louis XIV, he conceived the star shaped fortifications of Saint-Martin-de-Ré, classified since 2010 as World heritage site by Unesco. This vast double room of 38 m ², situated on the ground floor, with a very nice view on the terrace, is equipped with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request). Bathroom with bathtub separated by a trellised screen.Read more
An independent house, 23m², east-facing with access to the garden and its deck chairs. A double room with a 160x200 bed (twin beds upon request). The wooden beams add to the charm of this room. Bathroom with an Italian shower. The room is accessible to people in wheelchairs.Read more
The father of Madame de Sévigné died on Ré Island fighting for King Louis XV against the English invaders. According to the legend, he died impaled by the Duke of Buckingham. The double room with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request) is on the 1st floor with a view of the palm trees of the garden. It forms a continuous suite of 30 m ² with a connecting room containing a single bed and baby bed. Bathroom with shower.Read more
Superior Family Room
Jean Masseau de Beauséjour was the first Lord of The Baronie of Ré Island. He built La Baronnie between 1712 and 1721. This big family suite of 40 m ² is situated on the 1st floor. From its three windows, you can admire the view on the courtyard - garden, paved with pebbles. It consists of a double room with a 160x200 bed and of a second room for children with 4 bunk beds. An area with a desk separates the rooms.Each room has an independent entrance. Bathroom with bathtub.Read more
Dedicated to Marie-Antoinette to whom The Baronie was offered by Louis XVI just before the French Revolution, this double room, with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request), communicates with a small room equipped with a single bed, forming a 30 m ² suite. The room is situated on the ground floor with a view of palm trees and flowers in the garden. Each room ha an independent entrance. Bathroom with bathtub.Read more
Former nun who became a Marchioness and a woman of letters, Madam de Tencin lived in The Baronie during the last years of her life. The double room of 30 m ² with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request) is situated on the ground floor with a view of the rose bays in the garden. It also includes a separated corner for children, equipped with 2 bunk beds. Bathroom with bathtub.Read more
Mignons is a very nice double room with an 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request). With its connecting room equipped with a single bed, together they offer a bright family suite of 26 m ², situated on the 1st floor, with a view of the interior garden paved with pebbles. The bathroom with shower is accessible from both rooms.Read more
English statesman, favorite of the kings of England, the Duke came to the rescue of the Huguenots during the siege of La Rochelle and participated actively in the siege of Ré Island. The family suite is situated on the 1st floor with a view of the charming street Baron de Chantal. The double room with an180x200 bed (twin beds upon request), its bookcase and its reading corner around the fireplace, forms a suite of 43 m ² with a connecting room equipped with two bunk beds for the children. Bathroom with shower and toilet, washbasin and additional toilet in the children’s room.Read more
This 30 m² double room with a 180x200bed (twin beds upon request), situated on the 2nd floor, offers an attractive view on the West of the roofs of Saint Martin and on the charming street Baron de Chantal. In the same room, a space to relax can accommodate a 3rd person in a single bed. Bathroom with bathtub. Air-conditioned room.Read more
Double room of 22 m², bathed in light, with a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request). On the second floor, it offers an attractive view on the roofs of Saint Martin and our charming street Baron de Chantal. Bathroom with bathtub. Air-conditioned room.Read more
Chevalier bears the name of Charles Augustin d' Argental, knight and owner of The Baronnie until 1775.
Double room of 27 m², situated on the 1st floor with a view of the interior garden paved with pebbles, with a 160x200 bed. For the children, a single bed and a bed drawer in the same space. Bathroom with shower open on the room. Independent toilet.
Marquis of Puisignieux, captain of dragons, lived in The Baronnie in 1775. This lovely room of 26 m², facing south and situated on the 1st floor, offers a 180x200 bed (twin beds upon request) and has a desk in the corner with a view of the inner courtyard. Bathroom with shower. Independent toilet.
With the room "Mignons", it can form a big family suite.