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  •  Type: House
  •  Beds: 4
  •  Baths: 4
  •  Sleeps: 14


The four guest rooms have received the category of '4 epis' or 4 wheat ears in recognition of the comfort, the high standard of the renovation and the quality of the activities offered. You can stay for one night or many nights throughout the year. The beds are made and the towels are provided. The ample breakfast is included in the price for the room. For lunch and dinner 'Le Clos de Cascastel', the restaurant in the village, is 200 metres from the Domaine. Here you can enjoy a meal where importance is given to the use of fresh products. You can discover a dozen more restaurants within a radius of 15 km, most well know of which is the "Auberge du Vieux Puits" awarded three Michelin stars, and where the chef Gilles Goujon, an ambassador of Mediterranean culinary art, has justifiably earned his reputation.

This holiday rental house of local stone built for a Master Vigneron in the 19th century has been renovated but the majority of the original details have been preserved: the ironwork balconies, which were part of this vacation Chateau of Cascastel, the tiled floors and mosaics, friezes, arched windows and stained glass. The building is situated above the small wine producing village of Cascastel which has 200 inhabitants. As a guest you will not only be able to enjoy the atmosphere of a large wine grower's vacation rental property in this region of the Corbieres but also you can relax and absorb the ambience of the region reflected in the decor and the furnishings. The entrance hall is decorated in colours to give a warm welcome.

On the first floor to the right is the Carignan Room, decorated in gold and green. It is equipped with a bed 180 x 200, but this can easily be converted to two single beds 90 x 200. The large bathroom has a small corner with two armchairs which allows a moment of repose looking out to one of the palms in the garden; the toilet is separate. The caramel coloured washbasins blend with the Indian screen which in turn harmonise with the Art deco armchair, and the floor tiles are a souvenir of the 1920's. The room has a view over the garden and swimming pool.

On the first floor to the left is the Grenache Room painted in shades of rose and fuschia, lightened by the mimosa coloured curtains printed with turquoise, cobalt and emerald medallions which have been designed by Tricia Guild. There are two single beds 90 x 200 but these can easily be joined to make a double bed 180 x 200. The blue of the bathroom is like the sea around the Cyclades and invites you to immerse yourself in the deep blue water and contemplate the lamp shade which is in the shape of a witch's hat! There is a view of the garden and the village.

On the right is the Syrah room from which the 1000 meter high 'Mont Tauch'can be seen. The room is a balanced mix of colour and texture - the walls are vanilla and the floor covered in rush matting and earthenware tiles. The porthole shaped window gives an impression of being at sea and through it can be seen the swimming pool glistening in the sun and the shady pines of the garden from the two other windows. The settee could easily be turned into a comfortable bed for one or two additional people. Price per night including breakfast is : for 1 personĀ 100 Euros, for 2 people : 110 Euros, for 3 people : 140 Euros, and for 4 people : 170 Euros

The honey coloured muscat wine sets the tone for this room lit by lamps whose bases are decorated with flowers and vines The curtains are bordered with mauve, deep purple and yellow ochre - colours echoed in the bathroom. This is the largest and most spacious of the four rooms holiday rental and is arranged as two spaces separated by a screen. This vacation rental makes an excellent family room and four people can easily be accommodated on the two large double beds which can also become single beds; a settee could easily be turned into a comfortable bed for one or two additional people. The window looks out on the Cascastel chateau and beyond that the Garrigue - uncultivated ground where plants typical of the region grow, namely holly oak, gorse, lavender, rosemary, thyme and throughout the year a profusion of flowers. In the bathroom there is a large angled bath which invites long, lazy soaks.

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