“Rooms right next to the greens”
Maître de Maison
- Emmanuel and Séverine Mercadier
The Sainte-Baume is a mountain ridge that has taken its place in legend thanks to its centuries-old beech grove and the cave where Mary Magdalene was said to have taken refuge, thus becoming a pilgrimage site since the Middle Ages. At the foot of the mountains you will find the Domaine de Châteauneuf and the 18th century house where Bonaparte stayed in 1794. Discover this little summer palace with old hexagonal floor tiles in red brick, ceramic friezes, zelliges in the bathrooms and a traditional Provencal décor. Sit underneath the chestnut trees on the terrace to enjoy a fabulous view of the international golf course of Sainte-Baume and the almost religious calm.