With a stay at La Bergerie du Moulin in Taradeau, you'll be by the sea, and 9.2 mi (14.8 km) from Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions of Provence and 9.3 mi (14.9 km) from Eglise Saint Michel. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Everything was great, the building is an old water mill and has a lot of charm. The rooms are decorated to the last detail, very comfortable and romantic. The breakfast was homemade and delicious. We enjoy two dinners there and both were special. We talk a lot with the owners and received a lot of recommendations about what to visit in Provence.
Pros: The food, hospitality, yoga class, swimingpool, location,.. everything!
Pros: Location, privacy and friendliness.
Pros: The house and pool were very good. The hosts were very attentive. Dinner was excellent and breakfast, combined with a yoga class was fantastic. Very relaxing stay which is what we wanted after travelling.
Pros: Super nice location with very friendly owners We’ve eaten at the location- this was really excellent and can be highly recommended
Pros: Optional Dinner is amazing. Nice hosts and quiet place to stay. Authentic old building, close to village centre via flooding bridge. Close to a lot of vinyards and major cities on Cote d'Azur
Cons: Breakfast was really 'French' (only sweets for the by the way delicious french bread & croissants): some local cheese or meat would have been great. Some people are not into sweets. We were offered fried eggs though.
Pros: What a find!! Me and my husband booked this last minute as we were in the south of France organising our wedding. Everything was perfect and Bertrand and his partner were the perfect hosts. We ate at there two nights in a row as it was so good! We were treated to a 4 course meal each night with Bertrand cooking local specialties and even making his own limoncello. We were so impressed! Will definitely return as soon as we can. There is also a super cute dog Noori who greeted us with a bark and a cuddle which was an extra bonus.
Cons: Nothing - it was perfect
Pros: Kesarim and Bertrand, two excellent and attentive hosts, who make your stay with them really fantastic. The house is beautifully decorated, well equipped and very clean. The pool is very refreshing and comfortable. Bertrand is a great cook, and Kesarim's yoga lessons in the morning are most recommendable to start your day with. Nouri (the small dog) is adorable.
Pros: La Bergerie has a homely feeling and Kesaram and Bertrand are wonderful hosts. The homemade dinner and breakfast, the heated swimming pool and the morning yoga session were the highlights of our stay!
With a stay at Domaine l'Helion in Taradeau, you'll be 9.7 mi (15.6 km) from Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions of Provence and 9.7 mi (15.7 km) from Eglise Saint Michel. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: When we arrived the owners told us that the room we had booked had been given to another family and offered us a very small room with two single beds. The swimming pool was not open and hadn't been for a while. We opted to leave and the owners refunded our booking fee.
Cons: Being offered a small room with two single beds and not being told in advance that the swimming pool was broken and couldn't be used.
Located on a 100-hectare park, this 18th-century castle provides B&B accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool, wine tastings and free private parking. Free Wi-Fi is provided in some of the rooms, which have ancient furniture. Rooms at Chateau de Saint Martin are decorated in the style of Louis XV, Louis XVI, First Empire or Charles X. Each room has a private bathroom and some rooms have a four-poster bed. Fans cool the rooms in summer. Hot drinks, bread, pastries, butter and jam are offered daily for breakfast. Traditional or gastronomic restaurants can be found 5 km from Chateau de Saint Martin. You can visit the Thoronet Abbey, which is a 15-minute drive away, or of Draguigan. A8 motorway access is available 8 km away and Les Arcs-Draguignan Train Station is 5 km from Chateau de Saint Martin.
Pros: The quiteness
Cons: 33.33% overpriced as well for rhe service as the wines
Pros: Great location. Excellent breakfast.
Cons: Sitting in the toilet of the Marquis room could be awkward for a tall person.
Pros: The hostess who checked us in and also did the wine tasting was just lovely in every way! Passionate about wine in general but clearly loves where she works.. and you can see why!
Pros: We loved the quaint stay at the chateau which felt very authentically French. Although we arrived after check-in, the small staff did their best to accommodate us. The breakfast was also great and they gave us spectacular dinner recommendations.
Cons: Room was perfect. No complaints. Seemed slightly haunted as there was only 1 other couple in the chateau but it was perfect. We loved it.
Pros: The setting was picturesque and the staff helpful. The dining room was lovely.
Cons: There's no reception area at the chateau and no one available for check in and check out. The rooms felt like a 1920's grandmother's house and smaller than the photos show. No air-conditioning.
Pros: Nice staff, swimming with the countess. The atmosphere and the silence.
Cons: Remember, its not a hotel, its more a room in a large private house.
Pros: Angelique was the best! She gave us a personal tour of the Chateau and a wine tasting. All of the staff were very nice and accomodating. Breakfast was amazing! Croissants, bread & cheese, yogurt, some of the Chateau's own preserves and honey, coffee, tea, and orange juice. Wines were affordable and delicious. Lots of goodies in the store to take home. The grounds are very charming and beautiful.
Cons: Bed was uncomfortable. Wi-fi did not work during our stay. Definitely an older castle, so just keep that in mind when staying here.