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With a stay at La Bastide de Saint-Julien in La Celle, you'll be 23 mi (37 km) from Circuit Paul Ricard and 26.9 mi (43.2 km) from Musee National de la Marine. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful and lovely property with well decorated garden area and perfect rooms. The pool is amazing, the hosts were very welcoming and friendly and we had the most beautiful of our vacation! Thanks for having us! We can highly recommend this place. It’s worth every cent!
Pros: we liked everything. Attitude from stuff was so personal. They made reservation for our dinner in the fantastic restaurant not so far from the hotel. Breakfast was just brilliant! We felt like in heaven.
Pros: We had a wonderful time here. Nicholas and Elizabeth were very welcoming and made us feel very relaxed. The standard of the chateau is very high and we look forward to returning again soon. The amenities are great. We would recommend this chateau to any of our friends who are visiting this area.
Cons: The chateau is near a main road. But once inside we didn’t really notice the noise.
With a stay at Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de La Celle, you'll be centrally located in La Celle, 9.3 mi (15 km) from Chapel of St Pierre and 9.5 mi (15.2 km) from Our Lady of Bethlehem. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very nicely designed countryside hotel, spacious cosy rooms, perfect restaurant - do recommend to stay and dine here if you are traveling around
Pros: Staff friendly, rooms spacious and bueatiful
Cons: Nothing; perfect stay
Pros: Really beautiful garden, amazing historical location in actual abbey
Cons: I know it’s France and client service is something most people read about in science fiction books but come on. Waiting almost an hour to get luggage taken upstairs in super small hotel is not quick, especially if you have to sit in the middle of karaoke contest. Things like being offered a drink when you sit in the garden are completely out of question. Awesome village party with dance hits from the 80’s with a DJ set _exactly right under the bedroom window_ was just a cherry at the top.
Pros: It has nice gardens, friendly staff,
Cons: There are not many things to do aside visiting l’abbaye and the spa
Pros: Very lovely dining terrace. Good pool.
Cons: Isolated from Points of interest.
Pros: Perfect stop off the A8. Fantastic food!! Loved the claw foot tub.
Cons: Staff was scattered at check in but a very nice stay. Loved it.
Pros: Absolutely beautiful, serene surroundings and a very Provençal vibe. The best place for relaxation with great food and drinks. The breakfast was particularly great.
Cons: They should be more vegetarian friendly. I feel French people have no conception of vegetarian food.
Pros: Charming and clean rooms with excellent food, Alain Ducasse, and attentive caring staff. We had imaginative club sandwiches because we arrived too late to enjoy dinner the first night. Please note that your reservation includes dinner at the Ducasse restaurant and it’s wonderful, also probably the best hotel breakfast I’ve had across the world, perfect omelettes.