More about Bramefam
The name Bramefam means “to cry out in hunger.” There is a legend behind the name, which we share with our guests. Suffice it to say, the location is delightfully remote, and one can make plenty of noise without worrying about neighbors. At Bramefam we live closely to the rhythms of nature, whether it is listening to birdsong each morning, greeting a family of rare salamanders that emerges after a rainstorm, or watching the sun set over the vineyards while a well-known blue heron heads out for dinner.
The property consists of a main house and a guesthouse; each comprised of three bedrooms and two baths. The two houses adjoin, but do not communicate, offering each a bit of privacy. The previous owner, a German, fully renovated both houses in the 90’s. He committed over twenty years to the project, making it his life’s work. Janet and Jean-Michel added the infinity pool in 2002 and upgraded the guesthouse in 2008.