Chateau de Salettes is in the center of the Gaillac vineyard. Centuries of history have left here the enchanting touch of the old days in a thirteen and fifteen century chateaux where you will be overtaken by the contemporary restoration accomplished by Roger Paul Le Net who acquired the country house and the adjacent vineyards. He has resurrected the ruins, creating this fine hotel and restaurant where ancient architecture and modern decor mingle harmoniously to surprising in this idyllic rural setting.
The hotel owns 18 rooms and suites over looking vineyards. All rooms are equipped with all modern comfort: internet, television, air conditioning, mini-bar. Each one is different by its size and view and mix modern decoration with old stones.
Come and taste refined and creative dishes at the restaurant prepared by the Chef cook Pascal Auger and his team.
While staying at Chateau de Salettes you'll be able to enjoy visiting the vineyards, the wine cellars and of course, wine tasting The property's wine production features 4 types of wine with the most exquisite touch and history. The wine they make at the chateau is worth taking home, try it in the restaurant. A spur of rock overhanging the vineyards situates the swimming pool, excellent place to spend a calm afternoon.
Varying in size and outlook, all the rooms have a view on the countryside. They offer space and comfort ; every window is a living painting.
The situation of the rooms in the towers of the Chateau and the main building provides peace and quiet..
The hotel offers 13 rooms and 5 suites.
Facilities in every room and suite:
- Double glazing
- Air conditioning
- Flat screen
- 50 french and international channels
- Direct dial on demand
- Free ADSL and WI-FI
Château Les Oliviers de Salettes Is a charming hotel and restaurant in the Drôme Provençale. Its site is of exceptional beauty , a place full of history, warm and tranquil at the same time. A Château where everyone feels home in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The Château Les Oliviers de Salettes has a 5 hectares park of lawns, meadows and woodland to walk and relax in the summer. The lawns around the Castle and its pool surrounded by terraces offer a 180 degrees panorama on the landscapes of the Drôme provençale, the cliffs of St. Maurice in the South and the Pré-Alpes to the East. A 30 m “Pétanque” track is located at the foot of a beautiful alley of plane trees.
The Château Les Oliviers de Salettes small Wellness Center is located near the swimming pool and in an ancient stone vaulted winery. An ideal place for a treatment or a moment of relaxation in the expert hands of our well being specialists.
The Château Les Salettes Oliviers is ideally suited for business and other family events like weddings.
Reception rooms have a capacity of 20 to 100 guests. Facing the castle and nearby, a specially prepared lawn can accommodate a wedding tent of greater capacity. Our 160m2 Suite Prestige is ideal for a honey moon.
A spur of rock overhanging the vineyards situates the swimming pool. You could enjoy fully the joy of the swimming pool such as sun and relaxation.
If you prefer sports, you can practice golf in one of the 5 golf surranding the area; or hiking (many pedestrian lanes to discover forests and fortified villages) or swimming in leisure basis, see the Grand Prix in September.
Wine... A vocation steeped in history
Château de Salettes, built on a limestone outcrop nestled amongst the low slopes, is the historical birthplace of the vineyard whose vines are spread all around. The vineyard is planted in a clay and limestone soil highly suited to wine-growing, and is south facing to take advantage of the sun at its highest point, conditions that combine to place the vineyard in an outstanding geographical and climatic location.
The blend of typical varieties that make up the appellation, such as Duras and Braucol for red wines, or Mauzac and Loin de l’œil for white wines, are the essence of the wines’ richness and character. Château de Salettes wines are listed among the great Gaillac wines and were already being served at the table of king François 1. Ageing takes place in 400-litre oak beam barrels, producing a fine, subtle wine.
The region offers a programme of walking day tours in The Grésigne forest and Sivens forest and a programme of cultural day tours from Toulouse to Gailac, Albi and Cordes.
ALBI: A fascinating city where you could visit the Sainte Cecile Cathedral, remnant of the crusade against the “Albigeois” as well as the “Palais de la Berbie” housing the Toulouse-Lautrec museum. Albi has other museum to visit like the Wax Museum and the Museum of Lapérouse, the famous explorer. You could visit the Old Alby with an escort and sail along the river Tarn.
CORDES SUR CIEL: It is a medieval city situated above the Valley of the Cérou. The paradise garden offers thematic visits. During the season, you could have a walk in the Labyrintus made of maize and bring to life by surprising activities. If you like medieval feast with medieval costumes, you could participate to the “Fêtes du Grand Fauconnier”.
The cuisine highlights traditional regional products of high quality. The products are carefully selected depending on seasons. Due to product availability on the market, some changes may occur on the menus.
To see the Menu click here
Dinner from 7.30pm to 9.00pm: From January to April: open from Wednesday to Saturday. From May to September: open from Tuesday to Sunday. From October to December: open from Wednesday to Saturday.
Lunch from noon to 1.00pm: Throughout the year: open from Thursday to Sunday.
Lieu dit Salettes - 81140 Cahuzac sur Vère, France
Phone: +33 5 63 33 60 60
Official Website: http://www.chateaudesalettes.com/en/restaurant/menus/
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GPS Position : N 43° 57' 45" E 1° 55' 21"
Train Station: Albi (26 Kms.)
Airport: Gaillac (10 Kms.) Aéroport de Toulouse-Blagnac (75 Kms.)
From Gaillac: by D922 road, 10 kms after the round about after Gaillac, turn right in the direction of "Chateau de Mauriac" and "Chateau de Salettes"
From Albi: first follow the N88 road to Gaillac, then Cordes sur Ciel by D922.
From Toulouse: driving on the A68 highway, exit at Gaillac, follow the town center and Cordes Sur Ciel by D922.
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