Château de La Caze

Sainte-Enimie, France

Château de La Caze was built in the 15th century by Soubeyrane Alamand and Guillaume de Montclar. During the French Revolution it was used as a prison. Today it is a luxury hotel.

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www.chateaudelacaze.com

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clare BURNS (7 months ago)
Loved it Brilliant food brilliant staff and the surroundings are magical. Thank you . Great time x
Martin Pegler (2 years ago)
Lovely location, albeit remote so you must be prepared to do some careful driving to get anywhere as the Gorge roads are very tricky.The castle is fascinating and grounds lovely, the staff were young, efficient and friendly, and the manager charming. The rooms in the annexe were spacious, comfortable but there was no wi-fi access, which meant going to the main building to do anything. It would also have been nice if the little fridge was stocked with something - soft drinks and water would have been fine, we didn't expect fine wines. The food was excellent, but the menu with four main courses was unchanged, so after five days we were repeating our eating ! Most guests stayed a night or two; if you stay longer you need to think about where you go and what to do during the day, although the pool and jacuzzi do help to while awayvthe time. We enjoyed it but felt five nights was enough.
Sofie Dbr (2 years ago)
Once again had an amazing stay. Very beautiful room and amazing location. Very friendly staff and great food. Only the first evening we had some issues with the dinner service. We had to wait long for the drinks and the food. I suppose it is not easy now to work with the new covid rules. Otherwise had a great stay.
Leo Turpin (3 years ago)
I went for dinner, what a wonderful experience, the place is amazing, the food was delicious, great combination of flavours and the staff was very professional and with a great sense of humor.
Leo Voyageur (3 years ago)
I went for dinner, what a wonderful experience, the place is amazing, the food was delicious, great combination of flavours and the staff was very professional and with a great sense of humor.
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