Receive a traditional Indian welcome by Beroze and Michel, an Indo-French couple, in the recently renovated Weiss mansion.

It is one of the 29 merchant mansions in La Rochelle to be registered under the Additional Registry of Historical Monuments. You may find more information and pictures from

Only a few minutes’ walk from the city centre, it offers the quiet environment of a private courtyard and garden. it’s unique 18th century staircase leads to wood-panelled halls furnished and decorated in the same style. The rear garden gate opens on to lush public parks leading to the beach.

Leave your vehicle in our own near-by closed parking slot to discover the city on foot or on a yellow bicycle on hire.

After enjoying a tasty breakfast made of local products, take the time to ask your hosts about engravings on La Rochelle, the region or India, local modern paintings, posters of plays, Indian tribal masks, paintings and other exotic objects on display.

La Résidence has been adapted for guests on a wheel chair.