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Provence Hotel Domaine Des Escaunes

Provence Hotel Domaine Des Escaunes – stay in a 16th Century post-house restored in the finest tradition,  among the vines and olive trees of southern Provence at the Hotel Domaine Des Escaunes

Hotel Domaine des Escaunes

At two steps from the Pont du Gard, the boutique hotel restaurant Domaine des Escaunes is a charming Provencal hotel, close to Remoulins, the arenas of Nimes, the truffle market at Uzès and the Popes Palace at Avignon. From its origin in the 16th century, in the village of Sernhac, the Domain was a Royal hostelry – staging post – where Francis the First, Louis XIII, the future king Henri IV, Cardinal Richelieu and Nostradamus, welcomes you in the 22 various authentic and personalized rooms and suites, combining authenticity and modern comfort.

The hotel restaurant Domaine des Escaunes offers cultural stays to discover architectural and pictorial treasures of the Gard and also in the Provence and Languedoc-Roussillon, so good represented in this land of light and colors and also places and landscapes inspiring so many painters.

Visit Roman monuments, exceptional heritage sites. Places off the beaten track, paintings, gastronomy – discover the region of Nimes and Avignon, rich in cultural and historical inheritance

The traditionally decorated rooms in this tastefully renovated hotel offer views of the vineyards or the Provençal countryside. Rooms are air-conditioned and have private bathrooms with either  bath or shower and free toiletries.

Situated at Sernhac (30 Gard, Occitanie) between Avignon, Nîmes, Uzès and Arles, it is ideally situated to explore the vineyards and historic towns of the southern Rhône Valley.

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