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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Founded: 1420
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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www.chateaudelacaze.com

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Francoise Rouvelet-Guillaumet (12 months ago)
Très bon repas dans un cadre magnifique. Prix correct pour un déjeuner. Personnel sympathique.
sandrine louis (2 years ago)
Lieu incroyable. Les chambres du château vous font replonger dans une atmosphère de chevalier et de princesse avec le confort d'aujourd'hui
Marcus (2 years ago)
Awesome location. Great food. Super nice staff. My only complaint would be that the rooms are kind of outdated, could use some renovation.
Daniel Mager (4 years ago)
Nice castle, food is OK.
Ron Bruinen (5 years ago)
Beautiful and romantic, quality service and food, well worth the cost
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