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Château Les Carrasses, Quarante

Lieu-dit Les Carrasses, Route de Capestang, 34310 Quarante, France
Château Les Carrasses Review
5 Star Rating
15 January 2015Château Les Carrasses
Tags: Quarante, France, Self Catering reviewsThe Bill: £340 per night

Château Les Carrasses is a 19th Century building in the Languedoc area in the South of France. It's a former winery, but looking at it you would be forgiven for not knowing that. It looks more like a glamorous Hollywood mansion with a castle theme. It sits proud with a clean white facade, overlooking the large outdoor swimming pool and with a stunning landscape behind it. Really is an impressive sight to see in person.

It works perfectly as a chic boutique hotel offering all of the comforts and standards you'd expect from a larger luxury hotel, while being a smaller, more intimate retreat. While staying at the hotel it's easy to escape and feel like you're in your own secluded area, no busy streets or shopping centres in sight.

We experienced the Maison de la Cave, a spacious offering that is split across three floors and has three bedrooms and its own private plunge pool. The kitchen and living area is on the bottom floor and opens up into the garden. The garden has a BBQ and a wooden outdoor dining table and chairs, making this a great place to accommodate the whole family or host small gatherings. The pool is heated too, so you can take a dip at any time.

“It’s a stunning building and an absolute joy to experience.”

The house is very spacious and is finished to a high standard throughout. There is a real sense of luxury to all the furnishings, each room is elegantly designed. There are all the facilities you need for a self-catering break, with full washing facilities, a fully equipped kitchen and anything else you'd need within the grounds. You can also stay in a suite within the main chateau, which is holds a wealth of character and gives you an opportunity to experience some of the decorated history the build holds.

There are also bikes on offer for those looking to explore the local area. There are acres of picturesque land to explore with seemingly endless vineyards, an absolute must for those that enjoy the outdoors. Wine lovers can also take a stop at one of the vineyards to sample wine in their brasserie, or brush up on their knowledge of French wine.

Staying at the Château Les Carrasses was a pleasurable experience. It’s a stunning building and an absolute joy to experience. We would stay there again without hesitation, and recommend it to anyone looking for a memorable luxury break.

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