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La Bastide de Capelongue
USD 115.12 (from)

La Bastide de Capelongue

FranceBonnieux en Provence


Restaurant Edouard Loubet

  • Creative cooking
  • Charming Provençal estate



Rates and services

Menus 58-190 EUR s.i.

Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 EUR = 1.16 USD

Weekly closing

Gourmet restaurant: Tuesday noon and Wednesday (from March 12th to July 1st) (off season), Tuesday noon and Wednesday (from September 1st to November 15th).

Annual closing

Hotel/Gourmet restaurant: from mid-November to mid-December and from mid-January to mid-March. “La Bergerie d’Été”: from mid-September to mid-June.

Our commitments

Reintroducing forgotten heirloom vegetables and herbs and bringing Nature back to its former glory.

Firstly, there are the dazzling whitewashed walls, linen sheets and bleached wooden furniture. And then there are authors who have given their names to the rooms. The cultural heritage of Provence has been placed in prime position. The vegetable garden, herb garden and olive trees, all tended with the greatest respect of Nature, flourish abundant in vegetables, aromatic plants and fruit. In the kitchen, these are combined with products sourced from local farmers, who are encouraged to respect seasonality and grow fruit and vegetables naturally. The guests delight in rediscovering them. 

Édouard Loubet

Édouard Loubet
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Family Loubet

Maitre de Maison
Family Loubet
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