Dear hôtes

Your safety being our top priority, all preventive health measures and social distancing have been put in place to make your stay serene and relaxing.

These measures have been defined according to the recommendations of the health authorities (French Government and WHO) and adapted to our activity.

Thus, our rooms are cleaned and disinfected before each new arrival according to a Sanitary Protocol specifically adapted to limit the spread of the virus.

This Sanitary Protocol ensures that our establishment has taken all the necessary measures to create the safest possible environment for our guests and ourselves.

Arrival & Departure

It will be our pleasure to welcome you and show you around our Domaine while respecting "barriers gestures" and physical distance.
Thus, we dematerialize the formalities of arrival and departure, disinfect the keys of the rooms before handing them over to you and provide you with soap and hydroalcoholic gel.

Arrival: Room available between 5pm & 7pm.
Departure: Room to be vacated before 11am

Breakfast & Table d’Hôtes

Breakfast is served in the park or on the rooms' private terraces.

Swimming Pool & Outdoor Areas

Our Domaine, of 1 hectare for 5 guest rooms, has large, well separated outdoor areas which make it easy to respect the recommended safety distances.

The garden furniture, deckchairs and parasols of the swimming pool, as well as the leisure games at your disposal, are all well-spaced from each other and are subject to appropriate cleaning / disinfection.

Our 12 x 5 meters swimming pool allows everyone to swim in the greatest respect of the distance recommendations.

Let’s be United & Responsible

Safety being everyone's concern, we count on you to be, throughout your stay, benevolent and supportive actors, respecting the barriers gestures and the distancing rules.

We look forward to welcoming you very soon to the Domaine au Coeur des Alpilles.

Private car park closed

Charging station
for electric vehicles

Free Wifi

Swimming pool

« La Provence dissimule ses mystères derrière leur évidence »

Jean Giono