La Vincent-Larcher between the Cathedral and the garden
This suite is a tribute to the stained glass master Louis-Germain Vincent-Larcher, who lived in this house as of 1840.
It includes a large bedroom of 55 m² - facing on one side the Cathedral and on the other side the garden -
a bathroom with both a bath-tub and a shower, which leads to a loggia overlooking the garden.
It's unique aspect: the "macédoines", a patchwork of leftovers stained glass windows from the XVIth-XIXth century
assembled by Vincent-Larcher.
2 persons - bath and shower - king size bed (200x200) - cot on request
Jardin de la Cathedrale Troyes maison hote / chambre
A BIT OF HISTORY
Louis-Germain Vincent-Larcher (1816-1894) is a Trojan glass painter who restored many stained glass windows in the region, including, in particular, those of St. Peter and St. Paul's Cathedral.
From 1859 to his death, he lived in this house which was also his place of work; his studio, located on the second floor, became a bedroom.
During his works, Vincent-Larcher recovered many pieces of stained glass from the fifteenth to the eighteenth and assembled them in compositions called Macedoines which still adorn the two windows of the room which give on the cathedral side.