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Les Florets

Les Florets


Against a background of the craggy Dentelles de Montmirail, this old-fashioned hotel has a superb setting high in a wooded valley, near some of the best Côtes du Rhône vineyards.
Hotel Spa Le Calendal

Hotel Spa Le Calendal


‘A lovely little hotel,’ says a visitor to Frederic and Cécile Lespinasse-Jacquemin’s quiet, friendly B&B in three buildings in the old town.
Hotel Charembeau

Hotel Charembeau


Tastefully converted by its owners Sandra and André Berger, this group of 18th-century stone farm buildings is now an inexpensive B&B hotel.

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Hotels in Provence

On the west bank of the Rhône, this historic little town above Avignon has a splendid charterhouse and other noble buildings, including this 14th-century priory, now a luxurious " data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 6
Visitors returning to the Morin family’s hilltop hotel found it ‘delightful as ever’.

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Well away from the tourist crowds which flock to this spectacular hilltop village is the Charial family’s sophisticated modern hotel (Relais & Châteaux).

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Informally run by the Rambaud family is this stylish inn located in a ‘pleasing stone building’ set back from the road, in ‘fairly spacious’ grounds with olive " data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 12
In a ‘delightful location’ near Vacqueyras, at the head of a wooded ravine below the rocky Dentelles de Montmirail, this 19th-century building was once a spa centre." data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 13
‘One of the nicest hotels we’ve stayed in,’ say visitors. ‘Staff were particularly helpful. Food was excellent.’ 

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‘Wonderful’, ‘excellent value’, are comments on the Bonnet family’s hotel in the centre, near the Cours Mirabeau.

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‘Splendidly located’ on the quayside and facing south over the Vieux Port is this modern seven-storey B&B hotel." data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 27
In a village near Clermont-l’Hérault is this delightful small hotel, run since June 2014 by welcoming hosts Sonia and Sylvain Geindreau.

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Incredible landscapes, Roman ruins and gourmet food

This corner of the South of France is a feast for the senses and has deservedly been a very popular holiday destination for decades.


The landscape, painted by so many of the Old Masters (such as Gauguin, Matisse and Van Gogh) remains just as spectacular and in summer the lavender fields stretch into the horizon. Coastal cities overlook the azure Mediterranean, and inland, sleepy villages have quaint charming cobblestone streets. Outdoor markets are a highlight here: honey, cheese, herbs and seasonal fruit and vegetables are all beautifully displayed, and seafood is abundant.


For the adventurous traveller, there are vineyards, mountains and bird-watching; for those who prefer to laze, many hotels have everything you need, such as swimming pools, beautiful gardens, and incredible food. 


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