Domaine des Clos

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  • 18th century
  • Open from March to January

"Between Provence and Camargue, a subtle blend of mineral and vegetable"

Dating back to the 18th century, this old Provençal farmhouse with dressed stones capped with pantiles, Mediterranean tree species, pigeon house and fountain, provides a delightful setting. Provençal period furniture, along with fabrics, earthenwares and pottery make the decor.

The perfect environment for a stay with a theme (hiking, well-being, gastronomy or golf). 

Amenities and services

  • Heated swimming pool
  • Dinner
  • Yoga retreat
  • Massage
  • Dinner basket
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 "At Domaine des Clos, we receive our guests in a genuine family atmosphere, that for us is synonymous with friendliness, respect, and flexibility."

Mr. and Mrs. Ausset, will have a warm, caring welcome in store for you

The Rooms

Our estate has 5 double rooms and 4 family rooms to best accommodate in our native Provence.

Breakfast : 14 € per adult and 10 € per kid

Packed diner : 25 € per person

Diner : 32 € per person

Room details

The 5 double bedrooms are located on the 1st French floor with views facing the garden or the countryside.

  • The Blue Room. From € 110
  • The Pink Room. From € 110
  • The Green Room. From € 110
  • The Red Room. From € 110
  • The Yellow Room. From € 110

The 4 family rooms are located on the first French floor with views facing the garden or the countryside.

  • The Lavender Room. From € 100
  • The Lilac Room. From € 100
  • The Garance Suite. From € 155 - 3 persons
  • The Indigo Suite. From € 180 - 4 persons
Contact & access Domaine des Clos M. and Mrs Ausset
911 chemin du Mas de la Tour

  • - 21 km from Arles
  • - 22 km from Nîmes
  • - 25 km from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
  • - 33 km from Avignon

Nearby destinations

  • Avignon

    Petit Palais Museum, Avignon

    The Petit Palais, built during the time of the popes in Avignon -14th century – is now devoted to Italian painting and Avignon Art of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It houses one of the most important collections of Italian primitives outside of Italy.