La Reine Jeanne

Grande Rue, Les Baux-de-Provence, 13520, France

Churchill and Jacques Brel, Sartre and de Beauvoir (who had separate rooms but a shared balcony) were all happy guests at this modest but majestically placed inn, nicely situated to provide rugged views of the château up the street. The inn is right at the entrance to the village and offers smallish, simple rooms that were renovated in 2013. Good home-style cooking (try l'aïoli—a garlic mayonnaise fish dish) and a fine plat du jour are served in the restaurant, which offers views from both the panoramic dining room and a pretty terrace; it's one of the most memorable settings for a meal in Les Baux.

PROS

  • views are lovely
  • a family room sleeps four<i>chambre familiale</i> sleeps four

CONS

  • some rooms are tiny
  • only two rooms have (small) balconies

Location

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Historical, Views
Casual
Central
Local Flavor

HOTEL INFO

Phones: -04–90–54–32–06

HOTEL DETAILS

7 rooms, 1 apartment
Rate Includes: Closed Jan. No meals

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