The second largest bedroom in the west site of the villa, the bedroom is named after the famous Rouffignac Caves.

The Grotte de Rouffignac is home to over a hundred engravings and line-drawings of mammoths earning it the nickname of the “cave of a hundred mammoths”. The images date back to the Upper Paleolithic period, about 13000 years BP.

The cave is over eight kilometers long and is explored whilst riding on an electric train – making it a favourite with children, though be aware you are plunged into darkness at one point!