L'appart Rougue, Sergei's Suite
Sergei Parajanov like was an artist and filmmaker of Armenian descent. Perhaps most famous for his film, The Colour of Pomegranates his work celebrated the cultures and traditions of different countries and ethnicities within the near east and wider caucasus regions. This suite is filled with modern and new relics from the region, a home from home, just as we think Sergei would like.
A perfect friendship cocoon, or good for those staying for more than a week, The light and airy bedroom has beautiful views of the village, it can be made up with two singles or a king size bed. The main room has original 18th century frescos, uncovered behind centuries of wallpaper and plaster whilst the renovations were taking place. There are also drawings made by Corinne Aivazian and Florence Peake whilst devising their performance for the opening of the 2013 British Ceramics Biennial . There is a large day bed and possibility to add a fourth single bed if needed. There is a beautiful adjoining bathroom with shower.