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Poets and artists from Provence came to this castle build in the middle of the vineyards of Châteauneuf du Pape at the end of the XIXth century. Home to the Marquis Folco de Baroncelli, in a mix of medieval and Provencal fantasy benefiting from a warm weather and the special spirit brought by the exceptional view going from the popes palace in Avignon to the Luberon and far beyond. This exclusive 4 Stars Hotel situated between Avignon and Orange will offer you all the charms of an authentic castle as well as the extraordinary services and relaxation opportunities of the magical Provence Region in France.
All reviews wine tasting large windows nice bread stand up shower menu gourmand superb restaurant deluxe room grape vines michelin star foie gras cellar door a small swimming pool hill overlooking two nights wine country beautiful vineyard no elevator
The Chateau is charming in a rustic kinda way. Romantic and very La-Di-Da … on the verge of pretentious.
Transportation to and from is not intuitive, and you are left at the mercies of Taxies
Be careful when booking, there is an issue with...More
We arrived after a very long day of travel. We had been travelling in France for nearly a month and had stayed many places. Our check in was not very welcoming but was ok. However, this got worse when we decided to enjoy a glass...More
Hostellerie du Château des Fines Roches was an unexpected treasure on our last trip to Provence. The staff was warm and welcoming. We had a beautiful room with large windows opening over the terrace and looking out over the vineyards. We spent most our time...More
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The setting is stunning with beautiful views across to Avignon and also Mt Ventoux. We ate lunch and overall were disappointed. There is a young team of servers, who, whilst being polite and welcoming, need to sharpen up their skills. We had to ask twice...More
The room it self was very clean and a good size and the only issue we had with it was that the wardrobe was not a proper wardrobe but a converted shelf unit. it did not take a dress very wellalso the bathroom did not...More