Bedroom accommodation is plain but comfortable. All rooms share bathroom facilities with the exception of a limited number of rooms with their own toilet and shower. These are essentially single rooms but can function as double rooms for couples.

The remaining accommodation is made up of one-, two- or three-bed rooms as well as a few various sized dormitories (which are only used if numbers really make it necessary).

Three generous meals a day are provided as well as tea and coffee during the breaks. The food is freshly prepared in the Centre's own kitchens. A bar service is available. In the evenings, our student-run bar is very popular.

For those wishing to arrive early, it is possible to stay overnight at the Centre d'Accueil on the Friday preceding Summer School. There is no evening meal, but breakfast is available on Saturday morning.