Today, Le Mas Blanc is the authentic experience in Uzès with Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi and Petanque. In the past, it was the authentic farmhouse made with stones reminding Roman Architecture.
The family restored and preserved its history over multiple generations.
Le Mas Blanc offers independent lodges and authentic chic B&B rooms with a luxury service. We are in Uzès, ideally located in Provence to visit the Pont du Gard, Gordes, Avignon, Nîmes and Arles.
The farmhouse is a place of Art exhibition where you can exhibit, practice art and meet artists. It is the ideal place if you are an amateur or professional artist.
The property is also about the actors who kept it authentic! Cedric, the owner will be glad to show his new construction projects. Laurence is a nature lover, she can share all her knowledge about the provence nature. Emma is the hotelier and Lorenzo in charge of the development.
A PROVENÇAL TRADITION SINCE 1770
Today, the authentic Mas with swimming pool in Uzès
From the origins, The Mas was a farm completely authonomous. Here we kept the tradition!
We did not hired external architets and designers but it is all family made from the design to the construction of each flat and room. That’s the originality!
We have two independent flats and two Suites with luxury service of bed & breakfast.
The Vaults flat and the Medieval Suite are among the ancient areas of the building. The first one is a lovely two people flat enriched by a handcrafted masterpiece cieling in old farm bricks from the 1770. The second one is a suite with ancient stone walls and centenary deco.
The Suite Louis XVI and the Artist flat arrived later during M.Damon legacy in 1800 who started the work of transforming the property into accomodation. Today, these areas exhibit impressionist and abstract paintings from locals and artists.
In more recent times, Emma and Lorenzo worked to transform all these spaces in four lovely flats and suites by preserving and contributing to the history of Le Mas Blanc Uzès.
Le Mas Blanc Uzès history begins in 1770. It was a farm when Paul Aubrespy, an entrepreneur who changed the history of candies, bought the property in the XVIII century…
Le Mas Blanc in Uzès dates back to the 18th century and its remarkable history from the French revolution to the second World War to nowadays will make you time traveling. A curious anecdote involves the dovecote of the building approved by Louis XVI. Other stories go back to the second World War when the property went through difficult times. We believe Le Mas Blanc Uzès can contribute not only to a relaxing vacation experience but also to an inspiring one.
The history begins in 1770. It was a farm when Paul Aubrespy, an entrepreneur, the creator and director of the licorice brand Zan, decided to buy the property in the XIX century.
Paul Aubresby left Le Mas Blanc Uzès to her daughter Mathilde, who will pass then to her daughter Madeleine Fabre, who did the same with her daughter Katherine who married Jean Damon. Today, it belongs to Cedric M. Damon. He and his wife were the first to start the restoration of the farmhouse in a lodging. It has been a 45 years life project.
Today, Emma and Lorenzo, Cedric’s daughter and his husband, left their careers to concentrate their energies to develop the Mas even more. Emma is the Hotel Manager and Lorenzo takes care of the development.
Le Mas Blanc Uzès is the result of the history of a family who put all the love to transform the farmhouse into a magic place for any traveler worldwide.
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