Good Hotel Guide Review
Below Mont Ventoux, in a tiny hill top Provençal village, this smart hotel is much liked. ‘Most attractive’, it is composed of eight 16th/17th-century houses up a ‘twisty drive’. It has sweeping views across orchards, vineyards and olive groves. Visitors find it ‘delightful in all respects, setting, service, facilities and food’. Staff are ‘helpful but not pushy’. Anissa Boulesteix is the talented young chef who specialises in local produce. There’s a four-course Menu du Saison and a seven-course Menu de Chef as well as an a la carte offering. Meals are served on a ‘romantic’ panoramic terrace, or in a vaulted stone dining room. In the garden there is a heated swimming pool. ‘Charming’ bedrooms and suites, some have a balcony facing the mountain, others have view of the valley or Mont Ventoux. ‘Our bathroom had two freestanding tubs and a champagne cooler in between.’ Church bells ring between 7 am and 10 pm.
Place De L’Église
00 33 4906 5616 1
Closed Dec 1st to March 28th.
Bar, restaurant, terrace, heated swimming pool, bicycles, parking, mini spa.
Yes, for a supplement.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double from €300 for a superior room double B&B.