Accommodation and meals

Accommodation in a lodging

An independent room in an authentic Cevennes farmhouse

Freshly renovated with natural, eco-friendly materials, Le Cambon lodge is located in Mialet, in the Cévennes, on 17 hectares of natural grounds. Situated on theoutskirts of the village, the lodge is relatively isolated, overlooking the Gardon river which borders the lower part of the property, and bordered by a forest on the upper part.

Within the lodge, 2 types of accommodation are available: room or dormitory. For each, sheets, blankets and towels are included in the price.

Coming with someone who is not taking a class

You can of course be accompanied by one or more people who do not wish to take French classes. In this case, these people will pay the price of accommodation and meals.

Contact me for more details.

The rooms

The Little Bridge Room

A double bed with toilet, sink and a private shower in the room.

The Pebble Room

2 single beds or a double bed with toilet, sink and private shower in the room.

Dada's room

A double bed with separate toilet, sink and shower.

The workshop room

A double bed with toilet, sink and a private shower in the room.

The dormitory

The dormitory for 8 people

2 double beds and 4 single beds, with toilet, sink and private shower.

The Magnanerie

This large and beautiful room serves as a common room, especially for breakfast and meals. It is a room with free access, in which you will find a relaxation area, a kitchenette, a library and a small mezzanine.

The ideal place to spend a quiet moment, read or why not… prepare the next day’s French class.

The Outsiders

The grounds around the lodge are vast and offer a wide range of spaces: a paddock housing 6 sheep and 2 llamas, a henhouse that supplies the lodge’s eggs, several gardens and vegetable patches, a greenhouse, a space under a pergola to enjoy the view over the valley and river, and plenty of places to put down a deckchair and enjoy the view and the moment.

And of course the different ponds, the forest and the river (the gardon) which is at 3 minutes walk.


We’ll eat together every lunchtime, and I’ll prepare meals for you using produce from our kitchen garden as much as possible.

For evening meals, depending on the option you choose, you can eat on your own at the lodge, or we can eat together.

Immersion stays offer the opportunity to spend time together, outside of the French courses themselves, and to exchange ideas. Meals are an opportunity to continue our discussions in French.

Meals can be taken in different areas of the lodge: either in the silkworm nursery (where you can occasionally share a moment with hikers passing through on the Stevenson trail), or on one of the outdoor terraces.


For breakfast, you will find on the table, in self-service: tea, coffee, bread, butter, jam, apple juice, homemade yogurt.