This magnificent Château estate with vineyard, hotel, restaurant, spa and luxury self-catering properties is set in 200 acres of beautiful Mediterranean countryside in the Languedoc, South of France. Stretching lazily along the Mediterranean from the Cote d’Azur to the Spanish border, the Languedoc retains all of the authentic charm and timeless appeal of the South of France. Boasting one of the most varied and exciting wine regions in the world, the region also hosts beautiful sandy beaches, superb national parks, buzzy cities and towns, superb cuisine, a fascinating history and plenty of culture.
With the authenticity of a working wine estate with the facilities of a luxury hotel; hotel rooms and larger self-catering properties and the relaxed-yet-attentive service of a private club; St. Pierre is like the best French wines – an ‘assemblage’ – a destination that blends the best aspects of traditional holiday options.
There are 8 large characterful and luxurious air-conditioned hotel rooms in the Château itself, with self-catering options encompassing generous living and sleeping spaces created from the estate outbuildings. Combining traditional character, natural materials and a contemporary use of space and light, the accommodation exudes the perfect balance of comfort and luxury.
The spa at St Pierre is an inviting and sensuous 350m² Mediterranean sanctuary for relaxing and reviving where joie de vivre presides over rigid rules and clinical sensibilities. The Spa Garden in particular is a tranquil oasis of Mediterranean flowers, herbs and aromatics dotted with cocoon-like double loungers for one or two.
Locally sourced French cuisine with a distinctive southern accent by chef Frank Pujol means that the dining at St Pierre is relaxed and laid back.
There’s no molecular gastronomy or liveried staff just super fresh, simple Mediterranean dishes and brasserie classics served in a convivial environment frequented by both locals and guests. Inside in the original Château dining room or on one of the terraces with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. You can dine inside in the original Château dining room or on one of the terraces with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
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