Flats and studios

The Hôtel Chevillon is situated next to Place de la Republique in the centre of the village. The main building is facing the square and the wing is facing rue Carl Larsson.

The lay-out of the buildings is shown below. There are four two-room flats (1, 2, 3 and 5) and one large one-room flat (4) on the second floor of the main building. These are furnished for two people with en-suite WC, shower and kitchenette. Kitchen utensils, crockery and bedding are included.

There are also three single rooms and a “writer’s den”. There is one large studio and two rooms as well as a bathroom and a kitchen with separate entrance in the Carl Larsson building (6). This is where Carl Larsson and his wife Karin came to live as newlyweds.

Common rooms are found on the ground floor of the main building with a living room/library and a dining room that can also be used as a common room. There is an adjoining, well-equipped kitchen.

A terrace overlooks the courtyard and garden, the River Loing and the old bridge.

Facing the neighbouring houses are three separate studios (A, B and E), each with kitchenette and WC. Two workshops/studios (C and D) are found on the ground floor of the wing.