Escape to the chateau in Provence: the South of France at its finest
Château de Montcaud was built in the 19th century as a cheerful answer to the rigorism prevailing at the time, and a humanistic tradition was instilled by it’s founding family. Silk manufacturing family Collain held a deep love for art, nature and people which is reflected not only in the history of the chateau, but also the actual buildings, and especially the five-hectare park. Century-old trees are abundant on the property, and both a perfume and herb garden grow alongside woods and meadows. The chateau’s original spirit has since been revived. Modern comfort is blended with sleek elegance and exceptional service, and guests’ well-being is placed before all.