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Ann Martin
16, rue Aristide Briand


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Ann, an artist and botanist in her spare time, has decorated three rooms in the Logis de la Voulzie: Ethnic, Poppy, and Cornflower. The cottage has been designed to provide maximum autonomy for disabled guests.

Located near the train and bus station, a short 5-minute walk will lead you to the Logis de la Voulzie. Situated close to the city center, you will have easy access to the bustling commercial life of Provins, including pedestrian streets, the market hall, and various restaurants. Additionally, all the medieval cultural and tourist sites are within reach.

The courtyard of the cottage is adorned with trees and offers a view of the beautiful flower garden, which is bordered by the Voulzie, a small river in Provins. From here, you can also admire the upper town dominated by the twelfth-century Saint Quiriace Church, a religious monument of great significance.

The Logis de la Voulzie holds the accreditation of Gtes de France, the leading European network of homestays. This certification guarantees the cottage's commitment to the environment, quality of accommodation, interior design, comfort, hospitality, and assistance. The Logis de la Voulzie has been awarded three ears, highlighting its exceptional quality among other cottages.

Provins, with its impressive ramparts, is a remarkable fusion of civic, religious, and military architecture. It is home to 58 UNESCO World Heritage monuments. As the former capital of the Counts of Champagne and an exhibition city, it invites you to embark on a journey through the Middle Ages.


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  • Provins Medieval Site - Located in the heart of Provins, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Explore the fortified walls, towers, and underground passages that date back to the Middle Ages.
  • La Grange aux Dmes - This historical monument is a 13th-century tithe barn that was once used for storing agricultural products. Today, it houses exhibitions and events that showcase the region's cultural heritage.
  • Provins Underground Galleries - Discover the underground tunnels and cellars beneath the town of Provins. These galleries were used for storage, workshops, and as a refuge during times of war. Take a guided tour to learn about their fascinating history.
  • Cesar Tower - Climb the 12th-century Cesar Tower for panoramic views of Provins and its surrounding countryside. Inside, you'll find an exhibition on the history of the tower and its significance in the town's defense system.
  • Saint Quiriace Collegiate Church - Admire the beautiful Gothic architecture of this 12th-century church. Marvel at the stained glass windows, intricate stone carvings, and the impressive bell tower. Don't miss the crypt, which houses the relics of Saint Quiriace.
  • Museum of Provins and the Provinois - Immerse yourself in the history and culture of the region at this museum. Discover archaeological artifacts, medieval costumes, and interactive displays that bring the past to life.
  • The Tithe Barn - Visit this restored 13th-century barn that once served as a storage place for agricultural tithes. Learn about the importance of agriculture in the local economy and the role of the tithe system in medieval society.
  • The Caesar Tower and Ramparts - Explore this well-preserved medieval tower and the surrounding ramparts. Climb to the top for panoramic views of the town and countryside, and learn about the tower's history and strategic importance.
  • The Underground Galleries of Provins - Descend into the underground world of Provins and explore the network of tunnels and cellars. Discover the different purposes they served throughout history and learn about the daily life of the town's inhabitants. 10. The Church of Saint Quiriace - Admire the stunning Gothic architecture of this 12th-century church. Marvel at the intricate stone carvings, beautiful stained glass windows, and the impressive bell tower. Take a moment to visit the crypt, which houses the relics of Saint Quiriace.