A testament to the timeless elegance of a bygone era in France, the history-filled château at the foothill of Cevennes near the Mediterranean between Montpellier and Nimes captures the hearts of all. Partly destroyed by the French Revolution, it was brought to new life by skilled craftsmen to stand today as an alluring monument to the enduring beauty of fabled Provence. Inspired by Venetian artistry, the captivating haven overbrims with rarefied charm, refinement, and authenticity. Resplendent reception venues and a voluminous sun-dappled haven welcome up to 50 guests. Beyond bask five melodious bedrooms with 18th-century paneling. The ornately decorated Marquis Room, Tulip Room, Blue Room, Herbalist’s Suite, and Bird Room—high in the castle among the birds—infuse unique charm. Three more bedrooms fill the second floor. Everywhere, French gardens lend radiance: the scents of rosebuds and honeysuckle, the shade of venerable trees—each spot exudes French romance.