About the Hotel
Escape to a place that is quintessentially French, yet exhibits a decidedly modern style, at Domaine des Andéols. Located in Lubéron, less than an hour's drive from Avignon, this country estate breathes classic Provence lifestyle at its very best, while bringing guests an artistic and contemporary environment. Guest houses are dotted around the property, charming abodes with a mix of stunning décor. A brilliant white cocoon best describes Maison Blanche with its peaceful blank color palate, and saturated hues of purple and blue make Maison des Terrassess a sensory pleasure. Multiple bedrooms, fireplaces, and private gardens are just some of the individual touches throughout. And rooms are equipped with wireless internet access and air conditioning, ensuring the utmost in comfort. Start your stay by simply exploring the property itself - on foot, by bicycle, or even on horseback - and take in the picturesque landscape in every direction. Domaine des Andéols grows orchards of cherries, apricots, melons and grapes, which you can enjoy as fresh juices with breakfast, and also hosts more than 50 varieties of tomato plants.
The main swimming pool is ideal for a dip or as a sunny venue for an al fresco lunch, and the hotel also has a tennis court you can use at your leisure. Should you wish to further unwind, schedule a deep tissue massage with essential oils customized to your needs, and opt for an in-room treatment for an intimate approach. Perhaps the greatest sensory experience at Domaine des Andéols, though, is that of taste. Dining is a voyage through the flavors of Provence, reinvented and brought to you through inspired seasonal menus. For a special lunch or dinner, head downhill from the main house to the majestic plane tree, where a canopy of leaves cover a lit patio of tables. The region itself beckons to be discovered, and the hotel's staff can help to arrange day trips or suggest sites to visit. Brimming with character and charm on every level, Domaine des Andéols is an ideal home for your trip to Provence.