This is a nice place to stay if you want to climb the Mont Ventoux and prefer a bit more luxory than the standard cyclist tourist hotels around the mountain. The chatoux is beautiful, charming and spacious. The owners are Dutch. Languages are not a problem and everything is well organised. We were welcomed with great hospitality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A real château in the heart of Provence, Château du Martinet was built in 1712, burned down during the Revolution and rebuilt in 1846 partly with stone from the Carpentras ramparts. Château du Martinet was listed as a historic monument in 1945. Set in a magnificent 35-hectare green backdrop, the château had only been owned by two families before Françoise and Ronald DEVRIES arrived here. Hence why the château and park have kept a totally authentic feel and give you that rare sensation, where time seems to have stood still… The elegant decor here is the fruit of a harmonious alchemy, of rare family antiques and precious objects brought back from different travels. ... more less
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