La Bastide De Capelongue

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Hotel description

This is why people started going to Provence in the first place. On a hilltop looking towards the Luberon mountains is the ancient hill village of Bonnieux; and on the next hill over, looking out over Bonnieux from the landscaped gardens that surround its outdoor pool, is the Bastide de Capelongue, which is probably as close as you can get in the real world to the idealized picture of the Provençal farmhouse hotel.

As often as not, when you find a hotel like this one, you can bet there’s a chef of some stature behind it all. In this case it’s Edouard Loubet, who’s earned himself a pair of Michelin stars for his trouble. But while his restaurant is undoubtedly a fine one, his hotel is no mere afterthought.

The seventeen rooms and suites are traditional in their furnishing but disciplined in their color — the near-monochrome palettes are soothing and contemporary, and the weathered antiques keep them from getting too minimal. The aforementioned pool is a little oasis with a far-ranging view, and the grounds are a pleasure to wander, with the gardens, the trees and the old stone walls setting the scene for the quintessential Provençal bastide experience.

Contact & location

Les Claparedes 1, Bonnieux, Provence

+33 (0)4 90 75 89 78

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