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Five minutes from Avignon city, a charming 1850 Provencal country home set in a magnificent and peaceful garden with indoor and outdoor pool and a gastronomic restaurant which is mentioned in the most prestigious culinary guides. The Chef de Cuisine, Philippe BOUCHER is Maître Cuisinier de France and studied his art with Paul Bocuse and George Blanc. André Trestour, director of the restaurant is a passionate sommelier. The hotel is member of the prestigious selection of “Small Luxury Hotels of the World” and “Châteaux et Hôtels Collection”. The Spa de Cassagne, a 500 m² unique area of well-bei...More details
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A birthday lunch to remember!!!
Reviewed 10 august, 2021
We chose this establishment to celebrate my birthday with my parents and the experience was faultless, the service discreet but attentive, the food amazing!!! A pleasure to experience gastronomy at such a high level and with such enthusiasm at all levels. Thank you to all the team, please keep on doing the good work!!!
Really nice pool area. Restaurant is Pricey and Precious
Reviewed 8 august, 2021
Our room was great with a really comfortable king bed. Value for the money is great. The pool is in the back garden area, and quite nice. The restaurant is pricey and a bit tiny-portioned on the entrees, but it's fun for one night to dine in the garden and not have to drive. On Sundays, a must-do is the outdoor antiques/clothing/flea market in L'Isle Sur la Sorgue about 20 minutes away, from 9am to 2:30. Really great. Sadly there are not many good local dining options (other than in L'Isle.) Ten minutes from the hotel (under 2 miles) is the shopping center anchored by IKEA. That has at least two real restaurants, each with large outdoor and indoor dining areas. One is La Vielle Marché, with pretty good food - though is right next to the outdoor playground so gets lots of children running around. Next door is a somewhat quieter Italian restaurant. No reservation needed at either.
A tranquil escape
Reviewed 9 september, 2020
We're so glad that we didn't book a hotel in the centre of Avignon during the hot august month. With an average day temeparture of around 34°C it's nice to be able to kickback in the luscious garden or around the swimmingpool area. Mind you it's not an easy drive to Avignon you definitely need a good gps to find your way around le Pontet which functions as a bedroom community for the area. The only drawback is that the hotel probably used the same decorator as Louis XIV when he built Versailles. I think it's a French thing and it's defintely too kitschy and pompous for our taste. The second drawback that there's not enough room around the pool. If you arrive in the afternoon all the seats are taken. But other than that we really enjoyed our stay here
Reviewed 15 august, 2020
set in what looks to be a residential areas on the outskirts of Avignon it is a surprise to see how large and private the property is once you enter. we received a very friendly welcome from the owner who checked us in and provided a light lunch even though we were outside of their lunch serving times. It has a large terrace dappled with tree shade. Lunch gave us clue to the quality of the food offer here so we opted to dine in which was the right thing to do. We had the tasting menu - absolutely superb. The room was spacious with a separate sitting room, tea and coffee, fridge facilities. Modern bight bathroom, separate bath and shower/double basin. pretty pool area too.
Relaxing place, great restaurant
Reviewed 10 october, 2019
The location of this hotel is a little of of the way, in a outer suburb of Avignon; but that location has its advantages for sightseeing in the surrounding areas. Besides, the hotel itself is a gem. It's completely Provencal kind of relaxing, and everything is in tip top shape. And that's even before eating in the restaurant. We came here 30 years ago and came back again because we remember the food. We were not disappointed. We still marvel at the guinea fowl with foie gras.