165 EUR/night* starting at
Situated in the heart of a typical Provençal village, the Petit Château is a historic house, the former home of the Count of Montigny.
Along a small lane, the old wooden door opens on to an inner courtyard shaded by a Linden tree, where all you hear is the singing of the birds and the murmur of the water in the fountain.
Welcome, you are in Provence! The decoration is refined and romantic, made up of old and antique objects and, of course, all modern comforts.
The rooms are furnished with top of the range beds and bedding and come with ultra modern technology. An exquisite ambiance and total peace reign throughout this house.
From the terrace, you will be able to admire the magnificent view over the Luberon. To unwind, you will find many relaxing spaces inside the house and outside.
And to cool off, you can soak yourself in the stone pool and in the jacuzzi installed on the terrace, all while enjoying the view. Our bistro is open, as well as a wine bar and cellar where you can enjoy a glass in all tranquillity, or in the company of others, depending on your mood.
Petit Château room
Decoration and furnishings
The room Petit Château offers you natural tones for the utmost serenity.
One contemporary bathroom: bathrobe, slippers, hair-dryer and complementary products
The room Castel is the most romantic with its pastel and faded colours.
The window opens out onto a beautiful unobstructed view over the hills of the Luberon.
The small lounge
The room Manoir is situated in the attic and enjoys a delightful view over the village, the church and the château.
You will appreciate the independence provided by its small lounge.
The Campagne room
Entrance of the room
The shower room
The room Campagne has the particularity in that you enter by way of the bathroom into a sort of boudoir spirit.
Entrance to the inner courtyard
The inner courtyard
The large terrace overlooking the mountains of the Luberon
The stone pool on the terrace
A kitchen of yesteryear
The breakfast room
The magnificent bright living room
The wine cellar
Le Petit Château by night
The jacuzzi on the terrace with a view