We have been staying at the Chateau for years. For us it happens to be a convenient stopping off place driving throught France.
We have previously stayed in the modern bungalows grouped around the swimming pool. Basic with the bed on a mezzanine floor. Nice little terrace outside - go for one facing the pool much cooler and better views over the vineyards.
For a modest amount more there are larger rooms in the Chateau out buildings which we think are worth the little extra.
We visited again in August 2006 having missed last year and there had been a fair amount of upgrading work carried out.
The main courtyard is used to dine outside in the summer.
The Chateau also produces its own wine which is well priced to buy directly and in the restaurant without some of the savage markups you sometimes see - in Provence we bought wine from a local producer at Euro 6.80 per bottle wich was being sold at a local restaurant at Euro 40.00 per bottle.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking