It was around 1880 when Johanna’s great-grandmother married a very wealthy merchant of silks and china items. Every time that one of their children was born, instead of jewels, she would ask for a piece of mountain. This is a story that we would love to hear over and over again and Briol is part of it. It’s like a sepia photograph: olive shutters, white soft duvet on simple wooden beds, china jugs and basins, a board game room. Try the whipped cream and red berry cake.