Luxury hotel in Sabran, in the Gard in southern France. A magnificent château, entirely renovated in 2018, and its 5-hectare park. 29 rooms and suites with classic elegance; a bistro and gourmet restaurant. A deluxe refuge just for a stay or the ideal place for seminars and private events.
4-star hotel in Lauris in the heart of the Luberon, a rare Provençal property with a lovely landscaped park, the Domaine de Fontenille excels in the Art of Living. A wine estate since 1638, a gourmet restaurant with 4 toques, 17/20 from Gault&Millau and a Bistro - 2 toques, 14.5/20 from Gault&Millau, wellness space, art gallery...
The Domaine de Capelongue & Spa, a Relais & Châteaux hotel situated in Bonnieux, a small hilltop village in the Luberon, invites you to get away from it all. Between the Bastide de Capelongue & the Ferme de Capelongue, the décor combines Provençal elegance and contemporary comforts. Treat yourself to a gourmet and cocooning break in the unique universe of this Relais & Châteaux hotel.
On the terrace with its exceptional view or in the dining room by the fire, the Chapouton Bistro offers a gourmet and generous cuisine made with regional products. Distinguished by a BIB GOURMAND from the Guide Michelin. On the premises, there are contemporary guest rooms.
The Vieux Castillon is a group of Renaissance houses situated in the heart of a medieval village. It's a unique and magical spot with a panoramic view over the valley of the Gardon, the vineyards and the garrigue. Gourmet restaurant, heated swimming pool, a relaxation space... an exceptional spot for exploring the region and visiting the emblematic Pont du Gard aqueduct.
4-star hotel laid out in a historic private mansion with bar, wine-tasting cellar, oenological and bicycle tourism stays. Terraced gardens with stunning views over the extraordinary historical heritage of Tournon-sur-Rhône and the legendary vineyards of Hermitage.
Just 3 minutes from the centre of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, come discover this beautiful 18th century residence sitting at the end of an elegant drive bordered by hundred-year-old plane trees, a château described as “without doubt the most beautiful in Provence”.