Once inside, the rest of the world disappears. It is the high walls built with the stone of the cardinal's palace that separate La Divine Comédie from the rest of the universe: "Today, above the kitchens, you can glimpse the closed windows of the old building”, says the owner Béatrice Dellenbach.
The current building dates back to the 18th century. After passing from hand to hand, it fell into disrepair. «Amaury de Villoutreys and Gilles Jauffret, interior designers @ledivincomplot, gave the house a new soul in the 2010s, transforming it into a charming chambre d'hôtes» says Béatrice.
The feeling of living in the heart of a vibrant city like Avignon and feeling like you are in the countryside is incredible. The palette is also based on nature, from the gray of the rock to the blue of the sky. The stone and wood floors testify to the era of the house.
«Heteroclite. Historical. Elegant. Simple. Ancient and contemporary at the same time. It's a living house». With these words Jilles describes La Divine Comédie. A large, welcoming, warm, unique and harmonious house. «We love history, mixing eras and colours. A successful house is a house that exudes a unique atmosphere».