Buildings - Castles - Palaces - Churches
Remote - Isolated
Ice & Snow
Floating - Boats
Cabin - Lodge - Huts
Tipee - Tents - Wigwam
Industrial - Factory
Fantasy - Theme
Food - Drink
Décor - Designer - Chic
Other - One Of A Kind
Gourmet dining with fantasy designed bedrooms
In 1989, the APARIS family restored a set of three buildings from the 17th century in the old medieval village of Collias to create Hostellerie le Castellas.
With Chef Jérôme Nutile's inventive 2 starred Michelin cuisine and 2012 Award for Best in Kitchen you have outstanding food - that is a reason to visit in itself. Combining a vision to bring life once again to a collection of undervalued buildings, the family also chose to inject a welcome sense of fun to the development by themeing bedrooms and facilities. Now perfectly restored, the buildings are arranged around a luxurious patio transformed into an exotic garden. A pool resembling a Roman bath is concealed below. Peaceful and luxurious, the 20 air conditioned rooms each bear an individual style - art deco, art nouveau, art contemporary, 1970s.
Blending history, style and gourmet experiences to enrich the soul
Food is an important theme in this blend of old and new. Breakfast can be taken under the wisteria on the terrace. In the evening, perhaps the hushed atmosphere of the garden - with its subdued lights, or in one of the various, vaulted rooms of the residence, you can savour Jérôme Nutile’s inventive food. His Two Michelin star cuisine is another reason to visit, served with wines chosen by the sommelier, Jean-Luc Sauron.
The conference rooms (air-conditioning, television, VCR, screen, overhead projector, video-projector camcorder, paper board, free Wi-Fi access) can accommodate between 5 and 30 people for a semi residential stay or for the day.
These stays can be accompanied by a wide range of sporting activities and, for gourmands, cooking lessons!
Hostellerie Castellas is in the heart of the village of Collias, in the gorges of the Gardon, between Nîmes and Avignon, near the “Alpilles”, the “Camargue” and the “Cévennes”, between the “Pont du Gard“ and Uzès.