The "Victoria" bedroom is a bright, airy and spacious double bedded room opening right onto the garden. A double bed (1m60), a sofa which can be converted into a (1m40) bed for additional guests or children. There are two armchairs in a cosy corner to watch colour TV.
The en suite full size bathroom is equiped with bathtub, shower, WC and towel heather.
Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria de Wettin, born Hanover) (born May 24th 1819 and died on January 22nd 1901) was queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1837-1901) and Empress of India (1876-1901). Her reign, which lasted more than sixty-three years, remains the longest in the history of the United Kingdom. It was marked by an impressive expansion of the British Empire, which became the first world power, and by the Industrial Revolution, a period of great social, economic and technological development. Her reign was called the Victorian era . Victoria was the last sovereign of the House of Hanover, and after her death, the British Crown passed to the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. She used to be called “the grand mother of Europe” due to her vast family throughout the Continent.