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About Château de Floure

Roman Villa, then Monastery, now charming hotel

Starting life as a Roman Villa on the Via Aquitania between Narbonne and Toulouse, in the middle ages the property became a monastery. Ten centuries after, during the reign of Henry IV, a president of the parliament of Toulouse made this his country retreat. As Château de Floure, it was then home of contemporary writer Gaston Bonheur (1913 – 1980).

The original character of this magical site was preserved when it was restored and converted to the current hotel, retaining the serenity of the formal gardens and developing the excellence of the restaurant “Le Poète Disparu”.

Where once a writer found inspiration, perhaps you'll find tranquility

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Château de Floure

Floure, France
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Roman Villa, then Monastery, now charming hotel
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