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At the foot of Arles, a former priory belonging to the knights of Malta was built on the road to Saint Jacques de Compostelle. Within its walls and its 16 th century chapel lies a small hotel, at once charming and full of character.
We stayed at Mas de la Chapelle for 3 nights and were simply bowled over by its entire surrounding. The gardens, we were told, covered a few hectares so it was delightful for long walks. There was a small olive plantation and if I am...More
We were looking for a hotel off the beaten path during our Provence road trip, and we found it! Thank goodness for google maps, otherwise we would never have found it. Walking on the grounds offered a variety of aromas from the ever-present gardens and...More
The hotel is located 5km outside of Arles and you will need a car as taxi companies are not well developed in the area. Lovely grounds and building, decoration is bric à brac of antique and pseudo antique stuff. The gardens are lovely but arm...More
What a gem. Beautiful place. Pool was a treat with accommodation being a separate entance off the garden with 4 poster bed and sophisicated decor. Birds and wildlife in the garden was music to our ears. Loved it.
A gallic delight. Clearly someone who loves wild gardens with hideaway spots full of unexpected pleasures. Similarly the eccentric old house with its stone chapel which is the central architectural feature: sort of an old chapel with a house attached. The whole place is full...More