La Bastide De Moustiers
An inn in Provence a la Alain Ducasse
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In this charming stone house built in the midst of lavender bushes and olive trees, Alain Ducasse has done his utmost to enable each guest feels right at home; free to stroll from the terrace to the swimming pool, and through the four hectares of gardens. Each tastefully-decorated room is named after something quintessentially Provencal, like L’Amande (the almond) or L’Olive (the olive). The menu in the restaurant changes every day, following the rhythm of the seasons and depending on what is ready to be gathered from the Bastide's vegetable garden.
This exceptional region set between lavender fields and high geological shelves is a natural treasure trove of experiences: the Gorges du Verdon, the turquoise water of the Sainte Croix lake, the Parc du Verdon, a hiker’s paradise, but also Moustiers-Sainte-Marie's renowned ceramics and the local produce. And for a glimpse of the beauty of Provence from the sky, hop into a hot air balloon
Restaraunts & Bars
UN RESTAURANT: Mediterranean cuisine interpreted and executed with all the charm of Provence. Annual Closure: from October 31st, 2016 until March 1st, 2017 included.