Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort

Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort

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4.5
#1 of 1 special hotel in Assignan
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4.7
Cleanliness
4.8
Service
4.5
Value
4.0
Castigno is off the beaten track. A well-kept secret. A place for those in the know. Luring a mix of locals and tourists from all over the world. Searching for gourmet secrets and the perfect spot to recharge their batteries, far from the noise and hassle of the city. A peaceful haven, perfumed with the scents of the Mediterranean “Guarrigue”, wild landscapes, open spaces and freedom: A place where time stands still. This picturesque and charming hamlet is found at the end of a winding road, flanked by centenarian vines and colourful houses, in the Saint Chinian wine-growing region in Languedoc. A part of the hamlet, owned by a Belgian couple has been reinvented as a hotel, with 21 refined guestrooms and suites in several different houses, and a hotel concierge proposing plenty of activities and experiences offers, is located in the former grocer.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free wifi in the business center
Pool
Yoga classes
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Bicycles available
Highchairs available
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Sauna
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary tea
Wine / champagne
Hiking
Horseback riding
Canoeing offsite
Walking tours
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Taxi service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Massage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Umbrella
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Ironing service
Room features
Blackout curtains
Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
Housekeeping
Safe
Coffee / tea maker
Extra long beds
Walk-in shower
Bathrobes
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Iron
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Minibar
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
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Pool view
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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Family
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English, French, Spanish, Dutch and 1 more

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Av. de Saint-Chinian, 34360 Assignan France
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Stephanie wrote a review Jun 2022
Munich, Germany41 contributions45 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have stayed one night at the hotel and it was absolutely stunning. A very calm and quite place to relax - Wifi detox is the motto (but I have asked at the breakfast table for Wifi and there is Wifi available).
The breakfast is served on a little square in the center of the village. So beautiful. I felt like in a little fairy tale.
Unfortunately we were not able to enjoy the restaurants at night, but I would like to come back and I could highly recommend this place to anybody who are willing to drive a little bit further on small streets and away from crowded spots.
And besides the village, it is so nice to drive though other little French villages which are adorable, too. We stopped a view times for pictures.
Visiting the Chateau / the wine production is a must. Everything was explained to us in English. The tour was so interesting and great to see (in this exceptional building which is in a shape of a wine bottle, fantastic architecture, like the hotel itself). The tour guide (an employee of the Chateau) was super nice, perfect English, great explanations.
Same goes for the employees in the Village which are all heartwarming and super friendly. Merci!
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Date of stay: June 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Julie MALVES, Directeur général at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort
Responded Jan 2, 2023
Dear 963stephanieh, We would like to thank you for your nice feedback. We are truly happy to learn that you have been receptive to our concept. You did a wonderful summary of what we were looking for when we opened this establishment. Looking forward to seeing you again next time, we wish you an excellent day. Best regards, The Direction
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MaxwellStone wrote a review Oct 2023
London, United Kingdom241 contributions131 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Quirky hotel seemingly set in the wilderness. Highlights include the marvellously idiosyncratic yet tasteful design across the estate. Our room contained lots of red and pink which shouted loudly for attention. It felt like a beach hideaway. It was fun, non corporate and we loved it. The room was also very comfortable, great bed, shower, kettle plus coffee machine and powerful shower. We liked the pool areas and the addition of two bicycles was an unexpected and pleasant surprise which we used to career around the vIllage. The staff were all a delight, in particular Paulina who was extremely helpful.

And yet, the contrived nature of the hotel - dispersed over a partially functioning village was a little disconcerting. The central village area is pretty and well designed and is home to the hotel’s bistro restaurant. The website describes this area as the “beating heart of Castigno, where holidaymakers, locals and epicureans meet for drinks and to put the world to rights.” However, when we stayed the bistro was closed and the whole square was pretty dead, no lights, people or atmosphere. The adjacent bar was also empty, only a few folks in a large area. Given that this was during the Rugby World Cup on a night that France was playing we found this surprising. For me the whole vibe was a little odd, a facsimile of village life without really succeeding.

Fine for a night or even two, it’s relaxing for sure but remote and as all refreshments are provided by the hotel, which come at a high price relative to the room rate, it could become quite expensive.
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Date of stay: September 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from EURL NIRVANA NIRVANA, Directeur général at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort
Responded Nov 18, 2023
Dear Maxwell, We're delighted that you enjoyed the whole experience. You did come during October and it's true that the little table was closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Unfortunately, the current tightness in our business means that we can't open all our establishments continuously. So we can understand your feelings. We would like to thank you very much for taking the time to share your opinion of our establishment, and we would be delighted to welcome you back to discover and enjoy our village life. Yours sincerely L'équipe de castigno Château & Village
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Callum G wrote a review May 2022
Edinburgh, United Kingdom65 contributions16 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Really amazing place. The combination of fantastic food, wine, rooms and view makes this place a real gem. It's luxurious without being pretentious. Everything feels really well thought out, from the free bikes to the locations of sockets in the room. The staff are all super friendly too, with most speaking English (for those non french speakers like me) and those that didn't were still very friendly and appreciated the attempt at speaking French. Their main starred restaurant was closed when we were there but we still managed to get plenty of variety between Le Petite Table and the Thai place for lunches and dinners. The picnic experience was really nice, biking off to a quiet vineyard for picnic in the sun with a bottle of wine qaas a highlight. All in, highly recommended for a luxurious few days of peace and indigence.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: No public transport so of you don't want to get a get a return Taxi was about €200 to beziers...
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James B wrote a review Jun 2022
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom106 contributions33 helpful votes
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
What a strange little place. A little village miles from anywhere resting on a plateau surrounded by vineyards. Quite a climb to get there so make sure you have plenty of gas in the tank! Although there's a sizable town nearby (10 mins) with loads of bars and restaurants.
The accommodation in spread out in units all over the village with main reception housing a bar and reception. There are 2 decent size pools with beds.
The little village houses the various restaurants. Although when we visited in early June there was the choice of only two - a Thai (€40+) and a Michelin star (€90+)
Breakfast was located in the pretty little village square supplied from one of the restaurants.
It's a small quiet place with the usual building works going on. It looks like a typical picture postcard French village and they've tried hard to recreate one.
The lovely Castigno vineyard is situated a couple of miles from the village and you can take a guided trip around the place for a fee, with the obligatory wine tasting at the end - hic!
The management try very hard to please but they are suffering from staffing problems with closed shops and restaurants.
For an expensive, exclusive, quiet retreat you can do a lot worse.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Mark M wrote a review May 2022
McLean, Virginia148 contributions58 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Must Visit and Must Return!
Our first stay was limited to a single night as part of a longer travel itinerary. Thus, we did not have the opportunity for fully indulge into the atmosphere of the property.
However, the accommodations and features which we did enjoy (special arrival program, wonderful meal at Le Thai, delightful breakfast in the village square) are experiences that we look forward to repeating on a future and longer visit.
A fantastic concept that is fully realized.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Salma L wrote a review Apr 2017
Canton of Bern, Switzerland4 contributions8 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We came across this chateau on hideaway hotels website, and thought it looked very unique. The concept is, indeed. A village was bought and was turned into a hotel, more or less, with multiple buildings with sleeping rooms, three restaurants (as advertised on website), digital detox, multiple activities offered (such as cooking classes, wine tasting, pottery).
Before arrival, reservation was quiet difficult: there were errors in the amount (with extra money being deducted from our credit card and only refunded on checkout, eventually), and emails sent from gmail accounts, with parts there were non readable, which made us quiet concerned if this was a real place or not, before we got there.
So we arrived, and were really looking forward to our stay. We were told on arrival that the Thai restaurant is closed, and were given the story that the chef is sick and had to go to Belgium for surgery. We thought it unfortunate, but could happen. That leaves two restaurants: a Tapas Bar, and a gourmet Michelin restaurant. The Tapas bar closes on the weekend. We were there for 4 nights, 2 of which were weekend nights- so it was closed. That leaves you with one restaurant option, the gourmet, La Table. We told the reception we wanted to go there, and were told it was fully booked. At that point, it became too much, and we explained that we should have been told upon reservation about the closing of one restaurant, and the unavailability of the other, and were finally told they found us a table! The restaurant was the bright spot of our stay as it was superb: excellent food, wonderful ambience. It was not fully booked, though, since there two empty tables, throughout our dinner, which we thought was very strange, considering the hassle we met trying to book a table. The staff at the Le table were also extremely professional and well knowledged, and one can easily and immediately identify it was not the same management of the village.
The activities were none existent: we were told the wine tasting was full, so we couldn’t do it. When we asked for the cooking class (on arrival, upon check in) the receptionist told us she’d check with the chef about the possibility of having one with raised eyebrows about our question, and never got back to us so we were unable to make it. There was no mention about the pottery classes, at all.
The digital detox was a joke. What that actually meant was that there was no wifi or 3G anywhere, and no phones in the room to reach the reception. Considering our room was 10 minutes away from the reception, every time we needed to ask a question, we had to walk there and back. We could see other guests walking around holding their phones up high, trying to find a signal anywhere, which is quiet embarrassing. To call the reception in urgent cases, we had to use our Swiss phones and place international phone calls. We have stayed in digital detox hotels before, but that meant there would be a schedule of activities, to enable the guests to enjoy the time spent there, which in this case was non available. The village is literally in the middle of no where, so with nothing to do, a 4 day stay like ours would become very uncomfortable. There is a room with very slow wifi, in case needed. My husband needed to send a very important business email one night, at 8:50 pm, and was told the room was locked, but that they’d unlock it for him, but he has to finish his business by 9:00 pm. He offered to lock the room once he was done and hand back the key to the reception himself, but was told that was not allowed.
The joke was when we wanted to visit the chateau, and we were then told the owners were there that weekend, so it is locked and we can’t visit.
The rooms are quiet nice, and special. The staff are extremely friendly and nice, and also extremely incompetent. The cook at the tapas bar, who was also in charge of breakfast, was very friendly and humorous. Unfortunately, he had dirty clothes on, too, and an unshaved beard, and we were very surprised that hoteliers would be unaware of the fact that that is a problem in a hotel business.
Too many details that left our stay to be extremely disappointing. It is rather sad, because the village obviously has a lot of potential, but at the moment, we don’t think the current management is even minimally capable of running the place. Whenever we tried talking about a concern to the director, we were given one silly excuse after the other, including blaming staff members for mistakes which we thought was absurd, but never would they acknowledge there was an issue or bear responsibility for it. Maybe in a couple of years it would blossom into the project it is trying too hard to be, but currently, it is barely up to the standards of a very modest bed and breakfast, but of course with the prices of an up and running hotel. We will never go back there, as it was a disappointing and rather tiring stay.
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Date of stay: April 2017
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Check bills , check functioning restaurants prior to reservation, check whether activities are...
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Responded Apr 18, 2017
Dear Salma, We feel very sorry about your message, as we did our best to receive you these days, and asked how we could have pleased you the best way... As we prepare everything tailormade we try to book in advance all the activities... We would have loved to hear your comments on the moment in order to fit better your expectations... We send us our kindest regards, Elsa MDW
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part0ut wrote a review Sep 2017
cazals france67 contributions54 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This truly unique experience has been developed thanks to a substantial investment and a very creative design project to breathe life into charming village just outside St. Chinian.It offers a range of accommodation from simple chalet style rooms to houses with private pools.In addition there are three restaurants. La Petite Table, which serves breakfast,simple menu lunches and tapas meals in the evening, it also serves as the village bar.In addition at weekends they host special nights; such as B.B.Q's.Special mention should be given to the friendly young team serving breakfast.The Thai serves authentic dishes and the chef is charming. La Table; the fine dining restaurant is not cheap but for the quality of the food, the delightful ambiance and friendly service is good value for money. Without a doubt the outstanding element is the friendly service provided by the young team in reception and the three restaurants.
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Date of stay: September 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: For stays of more than 2 nights it's worth upgrading to a superior room.
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Karla R wrote a review Aug 2019
Weilerswist, Germany146 contributions64 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What an amazing vacation in Assignan! Carina and all of the staff at Castigno were very accommodating and helpful with planing out the perfect vacation. We loved our room, and the way the village was beautifully decorated, a mix of old but new! The La Table restaurant is a must to go to while staying here..it deserves 2 *, not just the one! Thank you to everyone for making (originally 3 nights that we extended to 7 nights)our vacation a beautiful lifetime memory.
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Date of stay: July 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from JulieMALVES, Directeur général at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort
Responded Oct 18, 2019
Dear KarlaR337, We would like to thank you for this comment full of kindness following your stay with us. Be sure that we will share your comment with all Castigno’s team. It is a pleasure to read that your fully enjoyed your experience at Château & Village Castigno. La Table only had its first Michelin star this year but as like you, we really hope they will get a second one in the future if they continue their incredible work. We wish you a pleasant day and are looking forward to welcoming you again in our Village. Best regards, The Direction
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AnthonyGTSussex_UK wrote a review Jul 2019
Sussex, UK7 contributions9 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Castigno makes for a hotel stay with a difference. The village setting, entirely repaved at the owners' expense, is quirky and fun, and the 'garrigue'-perfumed countryside and nearby mountain scenery lovely. Service and welcome are faultless.

Our room was Vic, a one-storey village house done up in Castigno style and colours, with a frankly superfluous kitchenette, a sofa you couldn't sit back in, a table with four chairs for reading and writing. Upstairs was a very decent bed with good linen. The storage space was very scanty: a hanging rail about 40cms long, half of which was taken up by the towelling robes, and cupboard space which was more like kitchen units than bedroom furniture. Shower, no bath. Washbasin on a step, no door. Toilet so tiny one's knees touched the door, but that didn't matter as the door didn't close.

The sitting-out area was in the pedestrianised street outside, which would have been fine, except a local, doubtless disgruntled at the way the foreign owners have taken over his village, employed a great many non-French staff and dictated the parking rules, always parked his van there.

The suite was very dark in the daytime, lights necessary all the time, and creeper prevented the bedroom area shutters being used, though there were good curtains. Now all this cost 1071 euros for four nights, and that was the early-bird, non-refundable rate: much too expensive for such accommodation. When we came to pay, we had to remind them of the agreed rate, as they invoiced us for the full rate of 1160 euros. Breakfast at 23 euros each was extra, though it was a very good one.

The public amenities like the Maison des Amis were fine, but anyone thinking of staying at Castigno should bear in mind that it is a very windy part of France - the village square and outdoor cafe were never frequented during our entire stay - and think of going in July or August only.

The estate's winery is one of the most fascinating buildings in the region, if not in all of France, shaped like a wine bottle and completely clad in bark. Good St Chinian wines.

Of the three restaurants, La Table is exceptional, one of the best Michelin-starred places we have been to. The four-course menu was 60 euros but with a free glass of fizz; meanwhile the Thai restaurant, whose food was authentic and adequate but whose decor is primitive, cost 40 euros with the same fizz 9 euros per glass extra, so its meal was 49 euros compared to 60 at the sensational La Table. La Petite Table, with its dull menu and over-sized meat portions, worked out the same as the Thai. Both the winery and the top restaurant can be booked without being an overnight guest.
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Date of stay: May 2019
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from JulieMALVES, Directeur général at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort
Responded Dec 21, 2019
Dear AnthonyGTSussex_UK, We appreciate your comment. We are sorry to read that the experience at Château & Village Castigno did not live up to your expectations. Concerning our hotel, we have 24 rooms with neat ,unique decoration and layout; all our rooms are different and meet various criteria. Regarding your accommodation, know that even within our four room categories, each "room / house" is unique and for that our team is at your disposal to change rooms when your accommodation does not respond to your expectations, equipment, layout or environment ... We are sorry to discover your disappointment, once your stay was over. In terms of our catering offer, we offer three types of establishments (Le Thaï, La Petite Table, bistrot-grill and La Table 1 Michelin star) with different styles, menus and prices, so that everyone can find happiness. Finally, we are delighted to read that you were happy by the welcome and the service of our staff, as well as by the architecture of our cellar and by the service of our restaurant, La Table, 1 Michelin star where you had the opportunity to discover creative four hands cuisine. We thank you again for taking your time to leave us this comment and wish you a great day. Best regards, The Direction
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2014JFM wrote a review Aug 2018
Lignan-sur-Orb, France82 contributions69 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent two nights staying here, eating at Le Table on the first night and the La Petite Table the second night. The hotel is beautifully done in pinks and purples and the rooms are very comfortable, spread across different houses in the village. Staff are very friendly and have plenty of suggestions of things to do. We went on a guided tour of the vineyard, which gave us a chance to appreciate the lovely scenery, and was followed by a wine tasting - highly recommended. Breakfast is served in the main square of the village and there is an excellent range of choices. In the evening, you can eat in the square at La petite Table, which is bistro style and very good, or La Table, which is gourmet food and excellent. At La Table, you choose the number of courses you want and tell the chef of any allergies or dislikes and then they surprise you with some brilliant cooking. I particularly liked the gazpacho we had and barbecued beef. There is also a Thai restaurant but we didn't visit.
The digital detox means there is no WiFi or TVs, but our phone signal worked fine most of the time and we could access 3G.
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Date of stay: August 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Exile5 asked a question Sep 2018
Sussex5 contributions8 helpful votes
I cannot see prices for a standard room for next July is the hotel fully booked?
Answer from Elsa M
Perpignan, France4 contributions
hello Lisa, sorry we had not seen your message, it must be a system bug as the hotel is not full next July, can you please contact us directly by mail we will try to fix asap the website system, hope to see you around! Elsa
Answer from Nathalie C
Beziers, France225 contributions56 helpful votes
Pas de wifi... pour votre bien paraît-il 😁
555gerardq asked a question Jul 2017
Cannes, France1 contribution
demi-pension ??
Answer from FlorenceJ319740
Annecy, France10 contributions4 helpful votes
Je ne sais pas si une formule demi pension est proposée. Mais la maison d'amis et les gites disposent d'une cuisine équipée. Par ailleurs, Village Castigno/Adissan a un bar à vins proposant des tapas améliorées, un restaurant thai, un restaurant gastronomique, et une épicerie (faisant également des pizzas). Le village est petit tout est accessible à pied en 5mn.
Callum G wrote a tip May 2022
Edinburgh, United Kingdom65 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"No public transport so of you don't want to get a get a return Taxi was about €200 to beziers airport "
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jverrechia wrote a tip Sep 2018
Brooklyn, New York9 contributions5 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"chambres bien orientés. Hotel should have 2/3 swimming pools. Les patios individuels agreables. Deco chambres a revoir, plus Nature."
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B.Dakota wrote a tip Jul 2018
New York City, New York46 contributions28 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Put the town of Assignan into your GPS - not the Hotel :)"
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part0ut wrote a tip Sep 2017
cazals france67 contributions54 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"For stays of more than 2 nights it's worth upgrading to a superior room."
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jjvino wrote a tip May 2017
State College, Pennsylvania5 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask, they will send photos of each room."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Nearby attractions include La Maison des Vins de Saint-Chinian (3.2 miles), Pepiniere Jeanne Horticulture (3.7 miles), and Espace Vin de Saint Chinian (3.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Table De Castigno, Le Terminus Cruzy, and Cafe de la Paix.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a sauna, and yoga classes during their stay.
Is Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the center of Assignan.
Are pets allowed at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and conference facilities.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chateau & Village Castigno - Wine Hotel & Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Dutch.
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