“It’s insanely beautiful. It’s perfectly French. It’s the kind of spot where you sit with a glass of rosé and listen to the sound of the birds, touch your fingers into the soft stream of water gliding into the beautiful stone pond, and watch the light dance through the ancient trees.”
” It feels as if time stopped here.
As if nothing bad could ever happen or has happened.
The world is still a magical place, the roses are in bloom… this is the Provence I dreamed of. “
Practical information: It’s a boutique hotel with only a handful of rooms which I love because it keeps the place intimate, however, best to book in advance.
You can choose from the main Chateauor there are multiple other historic buildings around the property they have converted into rooms. You can stay in the oldChapelor thebuilding once used to bake the bread and do the laundry.
Even if you are not staying at the hotel consider coming for a meal.
You can dine in one of their formal dining rooms under chandeliers or my favorite, outside with the beautiful light and view of the Chateau.
You must make a reservation as they only seat around 75 persons for service but I highly recommend it. The food is incredible, especially their signature shrimp salad!