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Chateau de Berne

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Route de Salernes, 83780 Flayosc France
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Château de Berne is a 1,500-acre private estate, situated in the Var region, in unspoiled Provencal countryside between Lorgues and Flayosc. Dating back to the 18th century, it is a truly exceptional site, promoting relaxation and wellbeing around two main themes: Provence and Wine. It is the ideal choice for today's Wine Tourism travellers. Discover the estate in a different way: mountain bike rental available and professioanl tracks!
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Babysitting
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Parking
Wifi
Hot bath
Infinity pool
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Sauna
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Massage
Steam room
Baggage storage
Concierge
Newspaper
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Air conditioning
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2g3jbgt1l5 wrote a review Jul. 19
Kerteminde, Denmark1 contribution
One of the most beautiful places in Provence!! You got to try it! Its a 10 out of 10! Everything we love about the landscape in Provence is boiled down there - amazing! We will recomend it to everyone we know in Denmark
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Responded 5 days ago
Dear Guest, Thank you for taken the time to share your recent experience at our 5* Hotel Château de Berne. We are delighted to read that you enjoyed your stay with us. We will be very happy to welcome you again. Regards,
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Swiss72 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Lausanne, Switzerland51 contributions35 helpful votes
Stayed for a few days in July. We did not like our stay so much and for sure will not return. Positives: The hotel grouds are nice as it is located in a vineyard. The room was large and well appointed. The main pool is nice. Staff is very nice/kind. Breakfast is nice. Negatives: The hotel is very isolated. There is nothing much to do or see around. It is located in a vineyard that produces "cheap" wine (sold in supermarkets in Switzerland where we live) and attracts lots of tourists. One of the restaurants is located close to the shop and exhibition hall for wines (right outside the hotel). This is the kind of restaurant you could find on a highway. Super noisy with bad food. We had booked there the first night but decided to leave after 5mn to go to the gastronomic restaurant. We saw several couples do the same thing. We returned for lunch once; food was a let down even for a simple lunch. The first night we had dinner at the gastronomic restaurant, food was excellent and service was very good. Second night we went to Bruno de Lorgues, which is a local institution (we highly recommend). Third night back to the gastronomic restaurant. Food was horrible. It turns out they have only one set menu and if you go back either you can either have the same menu or they can prepare something else but horrible. Food was so bad we decided not to have dessert and to leave the hotel one night early. Service was also very bad on this second dinner with people waiting for 1h30mn to be able to order food. The hotel manager offered the dinner which was a nice gesture. But I do not go to a gastronomic restaurant to eat badly and get my dinner offered. In the end, this was clearly not as nice as we had expected.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Response from Christine Monteil, Service clients/Réception at Chateau de Berne
Responded 2 days ago
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to share your review on TripAdvisor. We are pleased you enjoyed our grounds and room but we really are sorry to read that your experience was not as good as expected. Of course we will forward your message to the restaurant so that such incident does not happen again. This situation has provided a humble learning experience from which we will take immediate, concrete action. The Bistrot tends to be more like a bistromic restaurant with a menu at 35€. It apprears in the Bib Gourmand Michelin Guide which show the level of quality of the restaurant. At the gastronomic restaurant Le Jardin de Berne *, we propose multiple choices (5 courses, 7 courses, food and wine pairing and a selection of dishes to compose your own menu). We had no complain that evening concerning the wait but we take good note of your comment. We hope to welcome you again to leave you with a better feeling. Best regards,
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Emily J wrote a review Oct. 2020
London, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
Beautiful grounds as you arrive, provided with a large and airy room, exquisite fine dining and exceptionally friendly staff. I highly recommend. Thank you Chateau de Berne, from Andrew & Emily Room 11
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
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Responded Dec. 2, 2020
Dear Emily and Andrew, Thank you for taken the time to share your recent experience at Château de Berne. We are delighted to read that you enjoyed your stay with us. We will be very happy to welcome you again Regards,
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RCBLHKG wrote a review Oct. 2020
Hong Kong, China2613 contributions439 helpful votes
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Arriving at Chateau de Berne is quite impressive... right you exit the main road, you start to climb the charming hills of Provence full of olive trees, vineyards and pine trees... the scenic is quite spectacular really and this feeling of going to somewhere special is even stronger because it takes a good 20 minutes on a small little road with strictly nothing around before to discover the Estate and its elegant castle. The estate itself is huge because Chateau de Berne is also a well known wine estate but the hotel is secluded in a private part surrounded by lovely gardens and the view is so peaceful, beautiful and relaxing giving the impression you're alone in the world and this is something so precious, especially at that time. When we arrived in middle afternoon, we've been wonderfully welcomed by Christine, the adorable general manager and a very kind receptionist offered us a chilled glass of Rose wine from the estate when sitting in the comfy outside lounge and chatting with the GM. Perfect check on showing a very strong commitment in the guests satisfaction and happiness and an outstanding "taking care". We've been escorted by Christine herself to our very nice Jr Suite (a great upgrade due to our booking with Virtuoso) with a massive private terrace overlooking the castle and the forest. Room was very spacious with high ceilings, perfect bathroom with double sinks, bathtub and separate shower all in a classical and traditional Provence style design. A little bit too much traditional to our taste (with such incredible buildings and castle, there was a potential to do something more spectacular like in other wine estates which have developed an hotel like Delaire Graff and Leeu Estates in South Africa or Chateau de la Gaude in Aix en Provence for examples). That said, our Jr Suite pleased us a lot, we enjoyed the complimentary bottle of wine on our terrace with a little breeze and the song of the surrounding nature and we slept deep and well thanks to perfect bedding features. We enjoyed walking all around... herbs garden is wonderful, outside infinity pool large and with perfect loungers but was too windy and a little too cold to enjoy so after walking exercise we went to the perfect inside pool and spa. State of the art equipment and very kind staff. Concerning palates pleasures, chateau de Berne has got a Michelin star (one star) restaurant but being in between two dinners in 3 stars Michelin restaurants, we wanted something more simple and went to the Bistrot... a little disappointing to be frank despite of a very nice service. Food was just OK, nothing special but the less nice was maybe the design and restaurant layout with wrong lighting and a cold atmosphere. It's an interesting option to offer a bistronomic restaurant but it has to be cute which is not exactly the case at Chateau de Berne... a point to improve. In the morning, staff welcomes you with an extreme kindness and generous smiles but due to covid conditions,  you cannot serve yourself from the buffet and I'm not a fan of it. It would be better with a la carte breakfast served at the table because it's annoying to wait for a staff to be available to serve you what you want and queuing is not very nice... that's a shame because everything offered from buffet breakfast was homemade and delicious... However, even if a few things can be improved and even if I think that the designer could have been a little more imaginative, we left happy of this experience because the whole team is devoted to your entire satisfaction and after a couple of days, we were refueled with positive vibes and energy.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Christine Monteil, Directeur général at Chateau de Berne
Responded Dec. 2, 2020
Dear Guest, First at all, I would like to thank you for taking the time to make such a descriptive review. It was a pleasure for me to welcome you for your stay and i am glad you enjoyed Château de Berne. Guest Experience is at the Heart of our priorities so i will forward your comments to our team to improve details. We hope to welcome you again soon, With best regards,
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Two Travel Journalists wrote a review Oct. 2020
Monte-Carlo, Monaco27 contributions44 helpful votes
Fantastic grounds, beautiful room, could be wonderful BUT the staff are not adhering to COVID19 rules: the car valet had his mask under his nose (so right off the bat we didn't feel safe, and now our car is potentially contaminated) and the older front desk woman had her mask around her chin, and when we asked her to put it on, she did but then let it slip below her nose. They really don't care about keeping customers safe. Dirty room: Equally worrying was the dirty condition of the room. Really gross. Food on the ottoman at the end of the bed (not stains, fresh food) and gross stains on the other furniture, the walls, the bathroom amenities, etc. Even the toilet flush had fingerprints on it and the seat was dirty. Unreal. Food issues: Also, they don't offer room service breakfast! They force you to have your overpriced €70 breakfast indoors with other people, during COVID-19! Plus, I see others are upset about this too, but it's very hard/ boring to eat here if you want plant-based or even vegetarian food. Half of the room service menu is pre-made and in jars, and the minibar is seriously lacking (one juice, one beer, one coke, none organic...) Plus, when I booked they didn't tell us that the restaurant would be closed, and we wanted a drink but no bartender is on duty... The expensive room service menu says 24/7 but that's not true, as we were told we could only get 95% of the menu after the kitchen opens at 7:30pm. Other annoyances: Also, small but annoying: only two pillows (no spares in the closet), no water cups. We really wanted to like this place, but it's all a real disappointment.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Christine Monteil, Directeur général at Chateau de Berne
Responded Dec. 2, 2020
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to share your review on TripAdvisor. We are pleased you enjoyed our grounds and room but really feel sorry you did not feel safe. I can assure you that all cleaning and hospitality protocols are respected, all of our rooms are disinfected after each cleaning. I would like to apologize to you regarding the valet's mask, we obviously send him your remark so that such incidents do not happen again. In order to respect as much as possible the covid standards, the circulation and the food handling, we are indeed forced to offer the buffet with service. Regarding the additional pillows, since the covid, they are on request to avoid stagnant laundry in the room. We invite you to renew your experience after the covid so that you can fully benefit from our facilities and room service. With best regards,
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US$236 - US$607 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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chateau de berne hotel lorgues, chateau de berne lorgues
LOCATION
FranceProvence-Alpes-Cote d'AzurVarFlayosc
NUMBER OF ROOMS
27
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chateau de Berne
Which popular attractions are close to Chateau de Berne?
Nearby attractions include Parc Chabran (7.1 km), Atelier du Scorpion (7.0 km), and Cave Ludovic de Beausejour (4.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Chateau de Berne?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Chateau de Berne?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Chateau de Berne?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Chateau de Berne?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chateau de Berne?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Nid, La Voute Lorgues, and Antre'nous.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Chateau de Berne?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Chateau de Berne?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Chateau de Berne?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Chateau de Berne offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chateau de Berne?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and Italian.