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24 / September

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26 / September

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In the south of France, in the heart of the Cévennes, the Château du Rey welcomes you in all simplicity in an idyllic setting built in the 13th century.



Located at the gates of the Cévennes in an exceptional setting, the hotel Château du Rey welcomes you in a caste of the 13th century and offers you spacious, comfortable and renovated rooms with their bathrooms in the towers with a castle-style decoration. You will find the 2 hectares garden along the river, perfect for a short walk with your partner or family, in which there is a swimming pool for you to relax and enjoy the sun. You will also find the former sheepfold of the castle converted into a restaurant with a large terrace overlooking the park to enjoy homemade cocktails and meals made with regional products in an atmosphere of another time, just let yourself be carried away by the charm of the place and the warm welcome of the host, enjoying a true moment of relaxation and happiness. We will make your stay an unforgettable memory.


A unique place



Since the 13th Century, I have watched over the country from the top of my towers in the heart of the Languedoc Cévennes. Once a fortress, now a traditional hotel, I keep the soul of a family home, I am THE CHATEAU DU REY. Restored in the 19th century by Viollet-le-Duc, guarantor of an art of living, I rock your sleep in a secular park at the edge of the forest.



History of the place



I was built in the Middle Age, to hold the Roman road of the Ruthenes (East Slavic People) from Nîmes to Rodez.


As the Cévennes valley had to be defended against invaders, a toll drawbridge (claimed by the seigniory of the Rey) was created on the Arboux river.


My Protestant fief was very small. The lord lived on the cultivation of wheat, barley, buckwheat, olive trees and silkworms.


I stayed in the family from the beginning.
After being burned during the French revolution, I was profoundly redesigned and rebuilt by the architect Violet le Duc in the 19th century (1848).In 1967 I was finally converted into a hotel, and my sheepfold into a restaurant, today called "L'Abeuradou", which means "the waterer" in Cévennes.

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