This charming residence nestled among vineyards adjoins a 12th Century Benedictine abbey; a classified historical monument where nuns once caused a scandal by organizing trysts. Alain Ducasse took over the property in 1999 and renovated it in 2011, with the decorator Tonia Peyrot, emphasizing the abbey's personality and history. L'Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle and its gardens are now an invitation to relaxation.
L’Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle a été récompensée en 2012 par une cinquième étoile.
- Restaurant gastronomique
- Private car park Parking
- A room designed for those with reduced mobility
- Restrooms designed for those with reduced mobility
- Wi-Fi, Internet
- Room service
- Dry cleaning and laundry service
- Banquets, seminars, weddings
Built on the remains of a Roman home, the swimming pool is open from May to September included. Tucked away in a secluded spot, enjoy a moment of relaxation with a view of the Candelon Mountain and vineyards.
The estate comprises several gardens, vineyards and rows of ancient cypresses. Two natural springs provide water for the fountains and the vegetable garden. The walk to the Beguine convent takes you through the Herb Garden via cherry trees and fruit bushes. An amazing Conservatory of 88 grape varieties is just on the other side of the cypresses.
Just next to the restaurant is the sun lounge, complete with bar, comfy armchairs and view of the garden. A warm and cozy atmosphere.
The boutique is located in a building full of charm - the former chapel whose entrance is adorned with caryatids. Open every day from 8 am to 11 pm, here you will find decorative objects from the region, household linen, deli products (aromatic honey, homemade pasta, olive oil, etc.), and also Alain Ducasse cookery books.