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CHATEAU DU TAUREAU

9BR, Sarrians, Provence, France
Sleeps 29 : 4,540€ – 7,300€ / night

This large estate is in walking distance to Sarrians in the heart of the Rhone Valley where you can visit the local market with seasonal fresh products. This region is famous for truffles, calisson, melons and a great variety of wine.
The region is also well known for world-class operas and concerts. It is a special event if you visit the concerts in the historical Roman theaters in Vaison la Romaine and Orange. There is a special atmosphere which you will never forget.
If you are there in the summer season you should take the chance and visit the Summer Arts Festival in Avignon which is famous for films, theatre and street performers.
Another local event is the bullfighting which is held in the Roman arenas in Nimes and Arles.
The estate is divided in a charming chateau built in the 18th century and a new farmhouse cottage. In the chateau there are 9 double and twin bedrooms with ensuite bath, and in the farmhouse can be found additional 7 bedrooms also with ensuite bathroom. So in total you have space for up to 29 guests. The ideal location for business or private events.
The Chateau is on a 17 hectares huge park area with wonderful smelling fruit garden and lovely streams. On this large estate is enough place for sport activities like squash. tennis and basketball. Additionally, you have a large pool and a fully equipped gym for your daily exercise. Close to the chateau you can go fishing or canoe down the river. There is also an opportunity for horse riding, hiking, cycling, playing golf and skiing in the winter.
This chateau is a grand residence with pleanty of space. Even on your journey to the chateau while you are passing this long avenue with ancient plane trees and wonderful fountains you will feel this special atmosphere.

Dates:

OCT 01 - MAY 31 2019
JUN 01 - MAY 31 2019
JUN 01 - JUN 30 2019
JUL 01 - JUN 30 2019
JUL 01 - AUG 31 2019
SEP 01 - AUG 31 2019
SEP 01 - SEP 30 2019
OCT 01 - SEP 30 2019
OCT 01 - OCT 01 2024

Price / night:

6,360.00€
5,450.00€
7,210.00€
5,680.00€
7,300.00€
5,450.00€
7,210.00€
4,540.00€
6,360.00€

Min. Stay:

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AMENITIY LIST

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The nearest airport to the chateau is Avignon (30km) and Sarrians, the local village, is within walking distance.

You will not go hungry in this region of France with its specialties of truffles, calisson, melons and wide variety of wine. Chefs (not included) make pilgrimages from near and far to select the cream of the crop from Provence.

Guests can enjoy the riches of the region by visiting the picturesque markets of the nearby towns and villages. Local farmers bring their baskets of seasonal produce to sell directly from the traditional wooden trestle tables, placed under a canopy of plane trees.

The Chef (not included) will ensure a memorable stay at the chateau should any guests wish for something extra special.

If you feel the need to leave the glorious grounds of the château, there are activities beyond the gates. The Fontaine de Vaucluse provides perfect trout fishing. Of course, you can canoe down the river and take in the peaceful scenery. The Chef (not included) can prepare a picnic for you to enjoy among the vineyards and orchards on the river banks. For the more active: horse riding, hiking, cycling and skiing can be arranged. There are also several nearby golf courses.

Music lovers will already know of the world-class operas and concerts that take place in the region. In Vaison la Romaine and Orange, concerts are held in the historic Roman theatres. The Summer Arts Festival in the old papal city of Avignon is famous for its films, theatre and street performers. And let’s not forget bullfighting. The stunning setting of two of the most intact Roman arenas in France - Nimes and Arles – is perfect for watching the toreadors and the bulls act out their ancient ritual.

The area is steeped in history. There are ruins, ancient villages, monuments, museums, medieval villages and towns and unchanged countryside to see and explore. The influence of Greek and Roman involvement over the last 2500 years is obvious everywhere.