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L’Abbaye de La Celle is managed by Charlotte, sales manager.
250 - 550/night
Suitable for 2-3 people

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L’Abbaye de la Celle - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
— Charlotte: “What is very special at L’Abbaye de la Celle is the ambiance and the history of the place. It is a majestic house, where the authenticity and charm of the past have been preserved.”
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— How would you describe L’Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de La Celle in a nutshell?

Charlotte: “L’Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle is situated among the Coteaux Varois vineyards in Provence, France. This small luxury hotel and intimate refuge is the ideal place for a gastronomic journey with friends or family and offers the serenity of an old Benedictine abbey from the XIIth century.”
L’Abbaye de la Celle - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
— L’Abbaye de la Celle

— Please tell us a bit about the history of L’Abbaye de La Celle.

Charlotte: “The hotel is adjacent to a 12th century Benedictine abbey in a hidden valley at the foothills of the Loube, three kilometres from Brignoles. It gained notoriety when Garcende de Sabran, Queen of Provence, took to the veil. For Alain Ducasse, it is the perfect balance of lifestyle and heritage.”
Lucrèce de Barras - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
— Lucrèce de Barras

— What would you describe to be your hotel’s philosophy?

Charlotte: “In a world of perpetual change, our quest for excellence demands that we constantly explore new forms of contemporary luxury with the ambition to give each holiday customer an unforgettable experience.”
 - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France

— What facilities do you have at L’Abbaye de la Celle.

Charlotte: “The main feature at the hotel is of course our Michelin-starred restaurant. Here chef Benoît Witz also offers cooking classes. Other hotel facilities include the park, the Abbey vineyards and our heated swimming-pool.”
L’Abbaye de la Celle pool area - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
— L’Abbaye de la Celle pool area

— Please tell us a bit about the hotel rooms.

Charlotte: “We have 5 rooms and 5 suites at Hostellerie l’Abbaye de la Celle. The Lucrèce de Barras Suite, in which General De Gaulle used to sleep, is my personal favourite.”
Sancie de Signes - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
— Sancie de Signes

— To you personally, what is so special about a holiday at L’Abbaye de la Celle?

Charlotte: “What is very special at L’Abbaye de la Celle is the ambiance and the history of the place. It is a majestic house, where the authenticity and charm of the past have been preserved.”
 - L’Abbaye de La Celle, in Provence, France
 
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