Chateau De La Caze - Sainte-Enimie44.33563, 3.35823
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 4 Star Hotels in France
Chateau De La Caze Hotel is placed in the middle of Sainte-Enimie and offers a panoramic view over the valley.
The property lies within 51 km from Navacelles Cirque. Guests will get to La Grande-Motte in 80 minutes by car.
The hotel allows quick access to forests and a river.
Fast access to Marcillac airport within 75 km is provided.
The beautiful rooms at Chateau De La Caze Hotel come with satellite TV, a private safe, a private balcony, a dressing room and a writing desk. The rooms offer a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
A breakfast is served in the restaurant.
You can start your day with a buffet breakfast, which costs EUR 15 per person per night.
Residents will benefit from shuttle service, housekeeping and room service.
Guests will enjoy a wellness area and a Jacuzzi on site. The hotel provides canoeing and hiking for an active pastime.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 16.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
On-site car park
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Garden view
- Pool view
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- CD player
Rooms and availability
In the Room
It wasn't a crowded tourist spot. Just a delightful experience in every way and the restaurant is very good
Typically smallish room and no air conditioning or fan
The staff was very attentive and personable.
The location made it difficult to eat dinner anywhere but there; all of their meals were very heavy and rich. Perhaps having a few light items would be nice.
Wonderful place for a relaxing holiday and excellent food.
The relaxed style and helpful staff always on hand to help and assist whenever needed which was much appreciated.
some of the outside furniture could do with some TLC
We loved the setting of the hotel and the quality of the fine dining.
We would have liked to have somewhere to sit in the gardens in the shade other than around the pool. It would have been nice to see flowres in bloom in the gardens.
Every thing about this chateau is wonderful. This was our second visit and we had a great time.
Liked the location and the old world feel of the place within a castle. Dinner pushed our budget but was worth it. The junior staff were delightful.
Breakfast, as described (we made alternate arrangements so it may have been better than the basic fair listed) was expensive. Some corners had been cut which took some gloss off the old world charm. Eg, My bed side cabinet had no interior base (floor) so nothing could be put in it, my wife's had only an ordinary raw particle board base out of keeping with such an item of furniture but it had no knob so was very difficult to open, power points inconveniently located making laptop use difficult. Pity the senior staff were not as affable as the junior staff.
Amazing setting, excellent service, staff was super helpful but also understated. A magnificent all-around experience
Location next to the river in the gorge.The ambience generally and friendliness of the staff was very good.Other things?Nice bug bath! ..And also access to canoes from the hotel was an unexpected bonus
I thought that the breakfast was included within the price......a costly error!!
A late 15C castle in a dramatic location in the Gorge du Tarne. Staff were most friendly and willing to oblige. Dinner was somewhat pricey but a worthwhile experience. Watch out for the wine list prices! There is a solar heated outdoor swimming pool though we didn't use it.
As a 4* hotel I would have expected to be able to take a shower. Although a shower was fitted to the taps, there was no shower screen over the bath and no riser rail for the shower head. At €16 the breakfast was very poor value for money.
Beautiful castle and very nice room.
No internet in the room and heater had a hard time warming up the bathroom.
The setting in the Gorge du Tarn is stunning.
We would have enjoyed a more substantial breakfast.
Absolutely, yes I would. Its a beautiful ambience, old castle, very quiet, beautiful grounds, yes its pricey, but for the experience, worth it (for me). Wish I stayed longer; altho with that in mind, would find other places to eat as it was expensive at the chateau - a must do for the experience:
Excellent room with pleasant views, friendly and welcoming staff, excellent food
The location was very beautiful, the staff were very helpful and friendly, it was in a castle with history.
Needed more signage along the road