Château de la Chèvre d'Or
Nestled in the heart of a medieval town
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The Chèvre d’Or is a unique diva, unaffected by the passage of time, a jewel glimmering in the heavens above the Mediterranean. In 1953, Robert Wolf was captivated by the Château de La Chèvre d’Or and turned it into a restaurant. On the advice of Walt Disney, as legend would have it, he bought up the village houses and converted them into rooms. The Hotel then became one of the 6 stopping-off points on the ‘Route du Bonheur - Road to Happiness’, from which the Relais & Châteaux Association was created. Different owners would succeed each other and increase the number of guest rooms in the medieval village.
Restaraunts & Bars
La Chevre d'Or - An inspirational seasonal menu, to be enjoyed in breathtakingly beautiful surroundings
Les Remparts - Enjoy the exotic flavors of Mediterranean cuisine on the terrace
L'Eden - The perfect heaven of peace for a pleasant evening or a romantic dinner
Le Cafe du Jardin - There is a varied seasonal lunch menu guaranteed to tempt your appetite
Bar - Features wide selections of champagne, cognac, and cigars