The Villa Guy is an architectural and landscaped witness of the prestigious history of Béziers, a summer city with prosperous wine-making activities. It's between 1868 and 1870 that is built this vast house of Flemish style, for a Swiss couple, on plans of the architect Léopold Carlier.
In 1916, the Guy brothers, important wine-making owners acquire this luxurious building nicknamed " the castle" by Beziers people, which will take then its definitive name of " Villa Guy ".
Villa Guy from the inside
The living rooms
The Villa Guy provides you a big lounge of Napoleonic style where you can have breakfast. Another more intimate lounge will fit you to exchange or watch TV.
Villa Guy from the outside
The classified park
The Villa Guy and his park of one hectare, a unique place in the city center of Béziers where you can discover works of Injalbert and Magrou, or another remarkable Spanish-Moorish set with a fountain.