“A secluded, sophisticated setting in a listed building”
This 300-year-old house, tucked away in an alley of the majestic city of Uzès, was once the home of the Chambon de La Tour family. Now a historic monument, it has recovered all of its former glory. Behind its imposing façade, a monumental 17th-century staircase and hidden passage lead to guest rooms featuring contemporary decor and picturesque views over the roofs of the old town. The spa is nestled under Romanesque arches and draws its inspiration from ancient traditions of health and well-being. At La Table d’Uzès, Michelin-starred chef Christophe Ducros serves Provençal market cuisine, which can be enjoyed on the patio during summer.
Stayed on: December 2017 for 4 days
Review posted 1274 days ago
"Beautiful quaint property in the center of Uzes"
Beautiful quaint property in the center of the wonderfully restored Uzes. Small number of rooms which makes the property very private. For the size of the property has a lovely l'Occitane Spa and an amazing Michelin restaurant on the property. All of the staff were ve