Salvadore is a grand, elegant old dame full of quirks. She was built from huge lumps of granite pulled out of the river that runs below, almost 250 years ago. Originally built as a Maison de Maître in 1750, she has rambling outbuildings now re-purposed as making, moving and doing spaces. The main building has 18 windows not one of which is the same size or style.
Grander than a farmhouse and more humble than a château, Salvadore can accommodate up to 8 people, across 4 rooms.