The Laundry of the Pléco

The word laundry designates a room, a shelter, a more or less large building reserved for laundry, formerly called buée, for domestic, craft or industrial washing. The person who did or controlled the laundry was originally called a buandier or a laundry worker.

The pléco common or "window cleaner" whose scientific name is Hypostomus plecostomus is a massive freshwater fish. Its suction cup mouth allows it to cling to various surfaces: windows, decorations, roots and even larger fish when it is in the wild!

This meeting of steam, fresh water, concern for cleanliness, suction cups and laundry is orchestrated at Naturia by our laundry lady Christelle.

Christelle welcomes you:

Wednesdays from 8am to 1pm,

Thursdays from 1pm to 5pm,

Fridays from 8am to 1pm.

It is waiting for you with a ticket available at the reception for 7for 7kg of laundry maximum. It will be returned to you 1h30 later all nice and dry.