Erato is our honeymoon suite.
The room has an en-suite bathroom with a tub, shower and toilet, and a window looking south.
The room also has two tall French windows facing west over the valley and a decorative marble fireplace.
The walls are decorated with paintings by some of the artists and writers who’ve been to La Muse.
As with all the rooms Erato has a writing desk.
Retreat Room Rates
* There are no three-week retreats scheduled for September or June, but as with July and August you can book for as many weeks as you like, at the weekly rate.
** You can book for as many weeks as you like in July and August, at the weekly rate.
There is an additional 25% charge for couples.
We keep our rates as accessible as possible to be able to accept artists and writers at all stages in their careers.
We accept residents on a variety of “formulas.”
It’s possible to stay for several months, either on
- a paid retreat basis (click on the rooms above for rates).
- a partial barter (minimum four-week stay, 500 Euros per month).
- residencies and fellowships.
In regards to paid retreats we also offer reductions in the off-season and for extended stays. Extended-stay discounts even apply to July and August when booked 6 months in advance. These are amazing rates for summer accommodations in the south of France.
Please check individual rooms for specifics.
Our three-week retreats from September through June represent a roughly 30% reduction on what 3 weeks cost at the weekly rate.
That’s 3 weeks for the price of 2.
Start dates are specified on our calendar.
One-week stays are also possible in the shoulder and low seasons. We do not prorate for shorter stays.
In 2018, retreats begin and end on Tuesday.
In 2019, retreats begin and end on Wednesday, from January 9 – May 29th. From June 4 – November 5th retreats begin and end on Tuesday.
Check-in: 6:00 PM.
Check out: 10:00 AM
Transportation can be arranged to and from the retreat, with weekly trips to town for sightseeing and shopping.
Contact us with any questions.
Erato is the Muse of lyric poetry. In the Orphic hymn to the Muses, it is Erato who charms the sight.
Seemingly, anyone named after the muse can often be mistaken for an angel because of their beautiful appearance and loving personality.