Mas Paulet, a large three-storeyed  mansion built  in the 19th century is located in Anduze, "Gate to the Cévennes".  Formerly called Mas de la Coste, it owes its name to Jean-Jacques Paulet (Gaspard's son), who was born in Anduze in April 1740 and died in Fontainebleau in August 1826.
A famous physician, scientist, botanist, writer, Jean-Jacques Paulet was also the doctor of King Charles Xth (1757-1836), at the royal palace of Fontainebleau.
Cosy bedrooms
19th century country house
sitting-room at the guests’ disposal
The dining-room,
the sitting-room,
the verandah,
the terrace,
the extensive grounds are at the guests' disposal
Automn 2007: Mas Paulet welcomed for five weeks in October and November the shooting of a movie by Pascal Laëthier, starring Clémentine Célarié, François Berléand, Audrey Dana, Armelle Deutch, Alexandra Ansidei, Eric Savin, Gilles Cohen...
Bed & Breakfast in Anduze
19th century sitting-room
gîtes de france 3 ears of corn
B & B - Mas Paulet - 30140 ANDUZE - FRANCE