Provence’s Chateau de Berne Completes Renovation

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Chateau de Berne, Provence

Nestled on a 1300-acre estate in the heart of the Provençal countryside, the Château de Berne is home to a 300-year old winery. Surrounded by grape vines and olive groves, the Château de Berne welcomes guests to visit the vineyards and ancient cellars, stacked with lovely rosé wines. The hotel has 27 guest rooms, which were redesigned in a “country chic” style, and have views over the garden, vineyards, and forest. During the renovation, completed this past summer, an additional three rooms and a family suite were added to the total room count.

The Bouscarelle brasserie was also renovated with an outdoor terrace; the gourmet restaurant boasts a new chef’s table; and a spa was added to the chateau’s guest facilities. Measuring 8,600 square feet, the new spa offers a range of treatments by Cinq Mondes. There’s also a counter-current swimming pool, two jacuzzis, a sauna, steam room, solarium, a relaxation area with and herbal tea room. Rounding out the amenities: a fitness room and lovely outdoor pool. Foodies will want to sign up for one of the classes offered by Chef Jérémy Czaplicki in the new cooking school.

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