The name of this flat is not a first name but refers to one of the family branches. Its most famous representative is Camille Guy, a history and geography teacher who was the author of numerous books and also the Governor of several colonies during the French Empire. His impressing portrait and the one of his wife are in the living room which used to be the formal bedroom of the main building.
The staircase is separated by a door leading into the entrance hall shared with Pitt on the courtyard side.
By the inside, this flat adjoins Pitt and Alcove
Some garden furniture is placed in the courtyard.
- Dining-living room (44 m²) with sofa bed
- 2 bedrooms (11 and 13 m²) with for each one bed 140 cm
- Bedroom (22 m²) with 3 beds 90 cm
- Bedroom (23 m²) with 4 beds 90 cm