S07. 17th century provençal mansion 

Region:  Provence      Guests:  up to 250     Sleeps:  29

This delightful 17th century mansion on a wine-making estate in the south of France has been completely renovated taking care to retain its original charm and ambience. The gardens have been beautifully re-developed and a light, spacious reception hall has been added - perfect for wedding parties.  The result is a huge yet welcoming mansion where you will feel instantly at home!

 

The huge terrace, the breathtaking views, the pool, the shady gardens full of the scents of Provence, combine to create a relaxed, tranquil setting for your wedding celebration.

 

Have your wedding ceremony in the gardens then enjoy cocktails with your guests on the terrace with its superb panoramic views. Magical at sun-set!

 

Dine in the reception hall which can accommodate up to 250 guests. Near to the vines and surrounded by an enormous terrace and picturesque gardens, the hall provides plenty of space in a magnificent natural environment.  And then let the party begin!

 

Breakfast in the gardens the day after allows you to prolong the occasion with your loved ones - lazing beside the pool and cherishing quiet moments with the family on a balmy Provençal morning.

 

A very special setting for a very special occasion.

At a glance

Open:  year-round
 
Airports:  Marseilles 40 mins
Accommodation nearbyyes 
Catering:  choose your own caterers
BYO:  yes - no corkage charge
Huge terrace:  yes
Chapel yes - on site 
Swimming pool:   yes - heated
WIFI:  yes 

Idyllic Provençal wedding venue in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur & Languedoc Roussillon. Incorporating the mediterranean coast and the French Riviera this is the playground of the rich and famous. But that doesn't mean that you can't join  the party and enjoy a wedding filled with sun-drenched glamour! Visit Aix-en-Provence, Antibes, Avignon, Cannes, Carcassonne, Marseille, Montpelier, Narbonne, Perpignan and Toulon. Wedding venues in France

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