Tucked away in the most quiet part of the guesthouse lies the Jean Cocteau Suite, a perfect hideaway
for those who are looking for privacy and some intimate moments. The wide-planked wooden floors,
the French-countryside pine furniture and the sunny yellow color of this room gives it that special
"air provençale" that would have pleased the poet so much.
A gay French artist and writer born in the late 1800's, Cocteau dabbled in a variety of artistic endeavors including poetry, fiction, film, ballet, painting, and opera. He traveled in circles that included such luminaries as Pablo Picasso and was branded "decadent" by the French government due to his avant-garde lifestyle and creations. Some of Cocteau's most famous works include the book, "Les Enfants Terribles", the play "The Infernal Machine" and the film "Blood of a Poet".