It’s beautiful here, near a small mountain town, by a stream tumbling between oak trees. Sebastien knows every corner of the unspoilt landscape he grew up in and can guide you to the best spots for everything from climbing to trout fishing.
Come as a couple or as a group – there’s an off-road cycle path, space galore for children to explore, a great pool, ping-pong and boules. You can cook local food on the big stone barbecue and eat out in the courtyard. Or have Sandrine rustle you up an indoor feast around the ancient olive millstone.
The family-owned château and its cluster of old buildings have a wonderfully peaceful feel as the sun sets – you may climb the 11th-century tower for the last rays, or be walking back from a local restaurant, or simply sipping a decent Languedoc on your terrace.