Stay at the Chateau de Massillan in the heart of Provence
The Chateau de Massillan was originally a manor house erected by King Henri II in 1555 for Diane de Poitiers, it has become an exceptional estate which today houses a Provençal-star hotel castle. Nestled in a green setting, the 10 hectare estate invites you to a unique experience in the heart of Provence. The Chateau de Massillan is the ideal destination for family holidays, the ideal place to organise an unforgettable wedding and the exceptional setting for large-scale seminars. Our Chateau hotel in Provence offers you its magnificent outdoor swimming pool, its gastronomic restaurant and its three lounges.
A castle hotel in Provence
Completely renovated, the Chateau de Massillan today combines classic elegance and modern charm. These features are reflected in the decoration of our twenty-five rooms and suites that open onto nature. Each of our rooms has also been decorated in a unique and personalized way. Materials, colours and textures are associated in a material symphony. The spirit of these rooms is inspired by the principles of Feng Shui with a dominant ecological design. All the ingredients are here to take you on a sensory journey with Provencal accents.
The team is at your service for the time of a stay in our luxury hotel near Avignon but it expresses itself even more in the cuisine prepared by the chef of our gourmet restaurant, Frédéric le Bourlout. In our kitchen since 2012, the chef has been developing a refined and tasty Provençal cuisine while drawing his inspiration from his Breton origins. It is this love of gastronomy that gave us the idea to offer you cooking workshops accompanied by our chef. These cooking classes in the heart of Vaucluse are an opportunity to rediscover the flavours of Provence by inviting yourself into a renowned cuisine. From fork to fork, seasonal and organic products are selected directly from the estate's vegetable garden before being prepared in the kitchen with the chef's precious advice. Of course, this workshop is followed by a tasting of the cooked dishes.