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Set in it’s own wine estate, Domaine de Verchant is a grand boutique hotel with picturesque gardens and a superb spa.

The building itself dates back to the 18th century, however the interior décor is very contemporary, with bright colours and lots of patterns, perfect for those who enjoy a vibrant setting. The hotel and spa has 26 super stylish bedrooms and apartments with large white beds finished with corrugated blackhead boards and walls of bamboo encased in glass.

The hotel has its own ultra modern restaurant with an option of either a la carte or set menus, served on the terrace overlooking the garden. Signature dishes include red mullet with girolle filled cannelloni and fennel puree as well as grilled prawns on a peach and tomato salad. There is also a lovely bar area, with seating outside, perfect for drinks on a summers evening.

Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a separate Spa with sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi and gym. There is also wine-tasting caveau and beautiful gardens surrounded by vines, lush lawns and palm trees.

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Domaine de Verchant is on the outskirts of the city of Montpellier in Southern France. It's surrounded by Vineyards with the city centre just a 3 mile drive away.

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Itineraries that feature Domaine de Verchant

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