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Wife and I were part of a cooking/ foodie group for one week in the LangedocRousillon region. We were based the chateau, where we had breakfast and dinner most nights.
Chateau is popular with groups who don't necessarily want to stay in more crowded Provence....More
An exceptional Chateau, part of which apparently dates from the 12th Century. It has huge well appointed rooms and extensive walled grounds, including a vineyard, all set in a tiny village. The owners live in part of the same building, and are on hand if...More
We were with a group that booked the chateau for 2 weeks, we stayed for a week.
In short the visit was great and highly recommended.
The chateau has been in the owners family since centuries and you can see they love continuing the tradition....More
We rented the little cottage in the grounds of the Chateau d'Agel. Its a small and simple cottage situated on an unassuming street running alongside the Chateau. For me it was a bit like going in to the wardrobe and ending up in Narnia, as...More
We were lucky enough to have our wedding at Chateau d'Agel in June and it was everything we could have hoped for and more. The chateau is stunning in every way. It's retained a lot of it's original design which give it tons character but...More
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US$157 - US$933 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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