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“18th century Provencal chateau turned luxury B&B. Five stylish bedrooms with antiques throughout plus two apartments and a separate cottage for self catering. Table d'Hote dinners available during summer months accompanied by wines made on site.”

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“18th century Provencal chateau turned luxury B&B. Five stylish bedrooms with antiques throughout plus two apartments and a separate cottage for self catering. Table d'Hote dinners available during summer months accompanied by wines made on site.”

Hotel Overview

“Chateau Talaud offers stylish, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Provence. The five bedrooms are very spacious and decorated with beautiful antiques which perfectly complement the grandeur of the property. For those aiming to be slightly more independent there are also two apartments and a separate cottage (which sleeps up to 5) available for self catering. The gardens are beautiful with plenty of areas for relaxing with a glass of the chateau's own vino. The location too is ideal - only 15 mins by car from Avignon and Orange, and easy access to L'Isle sur la Sorgue for those who want to pick up their own antiques to take home.”

 

Written by Sarah Empson

Facilities

  • Self catering to rent
  • Two apartments within the chateau and one separate cottage which sleeps up to 5
  • Outdoor dining
  • Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Two level bassin filled with spring water which dates back to 1772 and overlooks the vineyards

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • Easy access to both Avignon and Orange
  • Wine tasting
  • The chateau is surrounded by its own vineyards. Chateau Neuf du Pape and other famous labels are close by
  • Golf
  • Four golf courses within 20km
  • Cycling
  • Great walks
  • Local markets

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“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
We would like to offer them a 'Home away from Home' sharing life experiences, international travelling, Provence, and day to day life at a 'modern' 1772 renovated small country castle amid its own vineyards.

What is there to do in the area?
Plenty ! Cultural, historical, gourmet, sports, wining & dining, golf; with a large travel table with information on the area in 4 different languages, we assist every morning in organising a 'day in Provence'.

What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Dutch international, 5 varieties of bread, cereals, milk, yoghurt, 3 different fresh juices, fruit salad, cuts and cheeses, honey and home made jams, dried and stewed fruits, nuts and dried fruits, eggs.

Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
Table d'Hôtes, once or twice a week, on reservation only, bbq in the summer. We work with various restaurants in the area, in all different styles and price ranges, and can provide information, reservations as well as directions.

Which are your most popular room types, and why?
Château Talaud only has 5 rooms and 2 apartments, all different, catering to all needs, like the château room & suite, the family suite with extra beds (100m2), and two contemporary rooms. All include breakfast buffet for 2, a welcome drink, parking and free internet, as well as access to 30 ha of property, and our daily attention.

What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
Enjoy Provence, enjoy Château Talaud, enjoy life...”

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5 rooms from $257 per night

Hotel Overview

Activities
  • Sights nearby
  • Easy access to both Avignon and Orange
  • Wine tasting
  • The chateau is surrounded by its own vineyards. Chateau Neuf du Pape and other famous labels are close by
  • Golf
  • Four golf courses within 20km
  • Cycling
  • Great walks
  • Local markets
Other highlights
  • Self catering to rent
  • Two apartments within the chateau and one separate cottage which sleeps up to 5
  • Antiques
  • Antiques can be found adorning all rooms
  • Historic
  • The property was originally the 18th century estate of the Marquis Grille d'Estoublon

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