Magnificent religious home where cohabit winemakers and gardeners, seminarians and religious... A unique place preserved by the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon and bearing this name since the 16th century. We like the fact of sleeping at a wine estate but also at a religious center.
An area surrounded by nature, a few minutes from the beach and the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. Relax in these cottages where you can go hiking to discover the forest and the surrounding vineyards.
Pascale and Roger-François Béguinot, the two owners of the Château Soucherie, located between the Loire and the Layon, have built in their domain a guest house (La Maison des Amis) and a cottage of 5 double bedrooms (La Maison des Vignes) with swimming pool and furniture.
Sylvie Milhard and Michel Bessard are at the head of the Château Vieux Mougnac, a family estate with ancestral methods (horse ploughing, nettle and wicker treatments, etc.). The cottage of this estate, near Saint-Emilion, was built in the castle, built in the eighteenth century.
The two winemakers, Joseph and Anthony Lafarge (father and son), have set up in the Clos du Grand Bois, their domain in the south of Burgundy, five guest rooms (for 2 to 5 pers.) as well as five wine barrels, atypical accommodation designed for 4 people.
In the heart of the Luberon, François Busi, the winemaker of Domaine Alloïs, located between the village of Gordes and the towns of Manosque and Forcalquier, has built a small family cottage in a wine hamlet. Stone walls, exposed beams, two bedrooms, walk-in shower, a large terrace... and a view of the organic vineyards of the estate as well as the hills of Mourre Nègre!