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- pool, free wifi, spa area
- Hotel Type: 4 star, Quiet, Small, Gourmet, Palace
- Hotel size (number of rooms): 18
- Check-in: 16:00 - 21:00 | Check-out: 07:00 - 11:30
- Spoken languages in the hotel: French, English
- Enchanting private estate atmosphere
- Idyllic pool with wonderful view of the landscape
- Cooking courses with the kitchen chef available (for groups of 6 or more)
- Reservation required for dinner in the restaurant
wireless LAN in lobby
wireless LAN in rooms
in all rooms
entire hotel incl. lobby
guarded parking, parking spaces, free parking spaces
sunbeds, nature views
garden / outside area
restaurant Château de Salettes
24 hour reception, opening times vary
11 km (A68)
10 km (Gaillac)
75 km (Toulouse-Blagnac Airport)
10 km (Gaillac)
10 km (Gaillac)
13 km (Golf de Florentin-Gaillac)
10 km (Gaillac )
8 km (Tennis Club Gaillac)
Instead of the classic furnishings typical to old castles, the Château de Salettes is decorated in a quite modern style. Behind its thick medieval walls you won’t find suits of armor or antique furniture; instead, all interior spaces are arranged in a clear, minimalistic design. Natural grained wood surfaces and floorboards harmonize beautifully with the coarse stone walls of the centuries-old building. Idyllic outdoor settings, including a peaceful courtyard and a pool with a view of the bordering vineyard, complement the indoor areas. Another highlight: the hotel’s restaurant, run by award-winning chef Pascal Auger.
Part of the building in which the Château de Salettes is housed was built in the 13th century, other parts were built in the 16th century. Its past inhabitants include the Toulouse-Lautrec noble family and Napoleonic general Jean-Joseph Ange d’Hautpoul. When current owner Roger Paul le Net bought the chateau in the early 1990s, the romantic estate had deteriorated significantly. But with its roughly plastered stone walls and windmill-like tower, it has fully won back the charm of bygone days. Its robust, flat architecture radiates rural simplicity and down-to-earth solidity, pairing wonderfully with the minimalistic interior design to create a unique overall atmosphere.
The Château de Salettes’ wine-growing tradition stretches back all the way to the early Middle Ages. Since wine from the estate reached the table of King Francois I in the 16th century, the vineyard has been one of the most esteemed in the Gaillac region, which is known for its excellent premium wines. The Château cultivates 40 hectares of grapes stretching out all around the estate. House wines are available for tasting in the restaurant, and can be purchased on request.
Breakfast starts the day off perfectly. An exquisite omelette provides a first taste of the high culinary quality on offer. No stay is complete without trying the multi-award winning creations of hotel chef Pascal Auger, who succeeded in winning Château de Salettes its first Michelin Star in 2008. Monthly alternating menus are available, tailored to the current market offerings, as well as a few French gourmet classics prepared with the chef’s particular flair.
The Château de Salettes is located just outside the gates of Cahuzac-sur-Vère, a village in the southern French department of Tarn. It enjoys a wonderfully secluded setting surrounded by its own estates, above all dominated by vineyards.