Auberge de Noves
Noves - Hotel - from 165€ €
Located halfway between Avignon and the Alpilles, this 19th-century manor with an adjoining chapel houses 19 rooms + 4 prestige apartments / junior suites. The property covers over 10 acres with private walking trails.
Outdoor heated pool. 18 hole golf courses nearby.
Tennis court. Bicycles available. Restaurant starred for over 40 years with one of the richest wine lists in the region.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Auberge de Noves
Domaine du Devés
Route De Chateaurenard
- 04 90 24 28 28
04 90 24 28 00
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