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Book your Cottage, Bed and Breakfast and Suites in Guadeloupe

Guest house for adults only. 

Any booking with children under 16 will be immediately refunded minus bank charges

Gerty Archimède

Small intimate room with private terrace, with furniture in tropical essences that bring a feeling of change of scenery and relaxation.

This bright bedroom, with a minimalist and nature spirit, with its teak furniture from sustainable forests, its solid angelic wood parquet, and a Scandinavian touch, a nod to a contemporary universe and the Cobra movement, will charm you with its the atmosphere of a discreet setting with a Caribbean spirit. It offers you a sea view by its opening in jalousies and an opening on the garden with its private terrace.

Its elegantly decorated bathroom with toilet and walk-in shower has a window with a view of the garden and palm trees.


Queen canopy double bed (160 x 200)


20m2 + 15m2 of private terrace - independent entrance  

Rates according to the period, rental of 3 to 5 nights minimum, for 1 or 2 Adults from €140 to €225. Gourmet and complete homemade breakfast included. Tourist tax of 0.80 cts per adult and per day in addition.

WHO IS GERTY ARCHIMÈDE ?                                                Heritage and History of Guadeloupe

Gerty Archimède was the first woman to be called to the bar of Guadeloupe in 1939, thus becoming the first woman lawyer in the French West Indies. In 1948, she joined the French Communist Party, which appointed her to represent it in numerous conferences around the world. . In 1980, she chaired the 7th congress of the Guadeloupe Communist Party. She was then elected deputy of Guadeloupe under the first legislature of the Fourth Republic. Member of the PCF group, she sat from November 10, 1946 to April 17, 1951. She was thus one of the first female MPs in Guadeloupe. She was also elected President of the Bar from 1967 to 1970. A museum is located at 25 rue Maurice-Marie-Claire in Basse-Terre. It is installed in the house where Gerty Archimedes lived until his death in 1980.

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