Breakfast is served outdoors, either full sun or under the mottled shade of a mature pine tree. Expect cherries from the Ventoux and strawberries from Carpentras, specialties of the region (subject to availability). Croissants and fresh baguettes are a must.
The dining room is just behind the sitting room. Original, natural stone is used throughout. The owners have opted for a minimalist approach to interior decoration, allowing the architecture of the château to reveal some of its secrets.
This 50 m2 (500 ft2) suite has vaulted ceilings with views over the valley. The four poster bed measures 180 cm x 200 cm.
The room is also furnished with antique furniture and fabrics used are very high end. There is even a mini-bar.
Included in the price: maid service every other day in the bedrooms, change of bed and bathroom linen every other day.
In the Middle Ages this was the room of the "Seigneur'.
This 50 m2 (500 ft 2) suite has a super king size bed (220 x 200) which can be converted to two large twin beds (110 cm x 200.)
The room has elegant fauteuils (armchairs) and a minibar.
In the Middle Ages this was the room of the ladies of the Château. There are 12th-century coats of arms and inscriptions that attest to the passage of the Knights Templar and the royal family. You can even admire a Roman bell-tower from the window.
The smallest of the rooms, at 26 m2 (260 ft 2), this room also has a 7 m2 (70 ft 2) private terrace with views over the village. The king size bed (180 x 200) can be converted to twin beds (90 cm x 200 cm.) Of course there is a minibar and en-suite bathroom.
This 44 m2 room (440 ft 2) has a king-size bed (180 cm x 200 cm) that can be split into two twin beds, each 90 cm x 200 cm.
There is a mini-bar as in the other rooms. The en-suite bath is on the mezzanine level, above.
The large gold leaf mirror is a special find from the world-famous antique center of L'Isle sur la Sorgue. For a fun Sunday, visit the Provençal market in the morning and the brocante (flea market) in the afternoon. Shops selling antiques are open all day Saturday and Sunday.
The château sits proudly on the top of a hill overlooking the village and the valley beyond. Here you see the main house and part of the gardens. The château was built incorporating remains of an 11th century château that was built high on the hill to protect the area. The château is located between the Luberon and the Ventoux regions, so if you want to leave your peaceful haven, you will find lots to do and many places to visit.
The owner, a delightful French chef, and his wife offer you a unique opportunity to stay in a one-of-a-kind château, with the possibility to have breakfast, lunch and dinner prepared for you. You will have the choice of fresh and seasonal ingredients. The price includes the chef and a server; ingredients for meals will be billed separately, depending on your choice. Drinks are also charged separately. The kitchen is not generally made available to guests.
Also included in the price: maid service every other day in the bedrooms, change of bed and bathroom linen every other day.