The Hauteville (literally Upper Town) of Beauclair is a location featured in Blood and Wine expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This walled quarter forms the largest and wealthiest part of Toussaint's capital. There are four gates, four squares, two cemeteries, two taverns, one embassy, and one bank. The name is fitting because the quarter is located on a high plain above Seidhe Llygad.
Hauteville is also home to several artists, merchants, a master armorer, herbalist, master blacksmith and one and only grandmaster blacksmith / armorer. The most interesting thing in terms of tourism is the statue of Reginald d'Aubry run by the Art Curator.
Major landmarks Edit
- Knights Dormant Square (northwest)
- Henris Gras Square
- Epona Square (southwest)
- The Gran'place (middle)
- Lolivier Square (east)
- Nilfgaardian Embassy (southwest)
- Cianfanelli Bank (middle)
- The Pheasantry (west)
- Lazare Lafargue's workshop
- Trentin's workshop
Notable characters Edit
- Lazare Lafargue — Grandmaster armorer and blacksmith.
- Martin Monnier — Rich count and gwent player organizing tournament at The Pheasantry.
- Armorer — Master armorer and gwent player.
- Trentin — Master blacksmith.