Philippe Roussel, a descendant of the 17th-century owners, has filled his château with lovingly polished antique family furniture, buffed the red clay floors to their original shine, and ensured that guest rooms are light and airy and the bathrooms equipped with all the modern trinkets. The restaurant, La Table de Roussan, serves tempting menus and à la carte dishes.
D99, Rte. de Tarascon, St-Rémy-de-Provence, 13210, France
Apr 27, 2010
The proper URL is http://www.chateauderoussan.com and the prices aren't what I would call budget. I'm guessing this property has undergone a transformation since first being listed on Fodor's.
Jan 2, 2004
This elegant house gives the feeling of another century, and the grounds are lovely--complete with geese and swans. The only drawback is the bathrooms, some of which are extremely small and not well located. Try to get the more modern room on the ground floor.
Nov 7, 2002
I didn't actually get to stay here. I attempted to make reservations throught their online reservation request form and with several e-mails. Attempted to call, but no one spoke english. Finally gave up trying and made arrangements elsewhere. A big waste of time!