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Cairanne, Vaucluse, France
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Low season

May Cheapest month to stay with an average 50% drop in price.

High season

June Most expensive month to stay with an average 50% rise in price.

Average price (weeknight)

C$ 216 Average Sun. - Thu. price over the last 2 weeks.

Average price (weekend night)

C$ 647 Average Fri. & Sat. price over the last 2 weeks.

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Auberge Castel Mireïo - Cairanne - Bedroom
1
7.8 Good (152 reviews)
C$ 118+
Overview
Located in Cairanne, Auberge Castel Mireïo is in a rural location, a 1-minute drive from Domaine Armand and 9 minutes from Winegrower's Museum. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
La Farigoule - Cairanne - Bedroom
2
8.4 Excellent (241 reviews)
C$ 127+
Overview Reviews
La Farigoule sits on the famous Route de Vin in Sainte Cécile les Vignes in the Côte du Rhône region. Its comfortable rooms have TV, private showers and free Wi-Fi. The air-conditioned restaurant in La farigoule serves creative cuisine based on the flavours of the region. Complement your meal with some of the finest wines of the Côte du Rhône. La Farigoule also has a bar and a shaded terrace, which is available during the summer months. Free public parking is available.
7.5 Good
Pros: Good location, great restaurant and cheerful staff
Cons: rather hot in teh bedroom.. The zircon was not very efficient
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The Hotel is based in an ancient farm house and as such its walls are very thick, is ceilings are very high, the beams are very thick. This gives the very large rooms a sense of solidity, peace, calm and quiet, quite impossible to attain in most modern hotels. Each room has an individually designed bath/shower room and all that we have used (3) are beautiful. The room decor is modern, detailed and fresh. Time, money and effort has been spent to create excellence. The real joy of this hotel is its restaurant. On both our previous visits we ate on the vine covered terrace: beautiful. This time the weather did not permit so we and thirty others filled the interior restaurant. Superb decor, excellent, speedy service and amazing food. Laurence, is the chef and he can often be found sitting on the terrace in the afternoon with his cat, "Robert". His food is delicious, varied, seasonal and beautifully presented. He adapts all of his menu to accommodate a need for gluten free food without hesitation. . He is a proper chef, a top quality chef.
Cons: Nothing. This website requires me to write 2 or 3 sentences about what I didn't like. Difficult when There was nothing I didn't like!!
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Very friendly and welcoming owners. Our room had a separate sitting area with a sofa. The evening meal was superb, as was the breakfast. Lovely little village with an excellent Saturday market.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Very good dinner, spacious room
Cons: Limited breakfast with poor coffee
7.5 Good
Pros: Air conditioning in the rooms
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Food here is superb! Worth the journey. The rooms work, in that we did not need the air con despite it being the hottest September we remember. The shower gives copius hot water and none of it pours onto the bathroom floor, unlike nearly every modern hotel. You can even turn it on without freezing water drowning your arm. Eating can be done in the comfort of the beautifully dressed dining room but who would give up the total luxury of eating under the vine covered canopy of the terrace. I had the Sainte Pierre. It was served with a light, creamy, cepes sauce, smooth buttery creamed potatoes and ratatouille. I get grumpy when asked to eat from tiles, boards or any other gimmick. Here food is served on hot porcellain plates and not a mini chip basket to be seen. Wonderful.
Cons: About the Hotel, nothing, it was as fbulous as expected. About Booking .com, I resent being told that I have booked a room at 50% off when I know that I am actually paying the going rate for the room, as shown on the price card, legally required in France, on the back of the room door.
Chambres D'hôtes Mas Florylege - Cairanne - Pool
3
9.8 Excellent (52 reviews)
C$ 123+
Overview Reviews
Located in Cairanne, Chambres d'hôtes Mas Florylege is in a rural location, a 1-minute drive from Domaine Armand and 9 minutes from Winegrower's Museum. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Probably the best accommodation we have ever stayed in. Fantastic apartment with a large kitchen, washing machine and a wonderful saltwater pool in the enclosed yard. René and Nicole ate the greatest hosts, super friendly and helpful and with a lot of humour. The breakfast is top of the line! Wish we could have stayed another week. Mas Florylege is also in an ideal location for exploring all the beautiful villages in the Southern Rhône.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely B&B in great location. Comfortable and well equipped. Pool. Secure parking. Superb breakfasts. Friendly hosts.
Cons: Nothing.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Enter your phone number here
Cons: We had overlooked the fact that we had to pay the balance of the room to our host. It would have been helpful if the host had reminded us of the need to pay the balance rather than leaving it to the very last minute. Luckily we had sufficient cash in the car to settle the bill as credit cards are not taken here.

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La Farigoule - Cairanne - Bedroom
1
8.4 Excellent (241 reviews)
C$ 127+
7.5 Good
Pros: Good location, great restaurant and cheerful staff
Cons: rather hot in teh bedroom.. The zircon was not very efficient
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The Hotel is based in an ancient farm house and as such its walls are very thick, is ceilings are very high, the beams are very thick. This gives the very large rooms a sense of solidity, peace, calm and quiet, quite impossible to attain in most modern hotels. Each room has an individually designed bath/shower room and all that we have used (3) are beautiful. The room decor is modern, detailed and fresh. Time, money and effort has been spent to create excellence. The real joy of this hotel is its restaurant. On both our previous visits we ate on the vine covered terrace: beautiful. This time the weather did not permit so we and thirty others filled the interior restaurant. Superb decor, excellent, speedy service and amazing food. Laurence, is the chef and he can often be found sitting on the terrace in the afternoon with his cat, "Robert". His food is delicious, varied, seasonal and beautifully presented. He adapts all of his menu to accommodate a need for gluten free food without hesitation. . He is a proper chef, a top quality chef.
Cons: Nothing. This website requires me to write 2 or 3 sentences about what I didn't like. Difficult when There was nothing I didn't like!!
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Very friendly and welcoming owners. Our room had a separate sitting area with a sofa. The evening meal was superb, as was the breakfast. Lovely little village with an excellent Saturday market.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Very good dinner, spacious room
Cons: Limited breakfast with poor coffee
7.5 Good
Pros: Air conditioning in the rooms
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Food here is superb! Worth the journey. The rooms work, in that we did not need the air con despite it being the hottest September we remember. The shower gives copius hot water and none of it pours onto the bathroom floor, unlike nearly every modern hotel. You can even turn it on without freezing water drowning your arm. Eating can be done in the comfort of the beautifully dressed dining room but who would give up the total luxury of eating under the vine covered canopy of the terrace. I had the Sainte Pierre. It was served with a light, creamy, cepes sauce, smooth buttery creamed potatoes and ratatouille. I get grumpy when asked to eat from tiles, boards or any other gimmick. Here food is served on hot porcellain plates and not a mini chip basket to be seen. Wonderful.
Cons: About the Hotel, nothing, it was as fbulous as expected. About Booking .com, I resent being told that I have booked a room at 50% off when I know that I am actually paying the going rate for the room, as shown on the price card, legally required in France, on the back of the room door.
Auberge Castel Mireïo - Cairanne - Bedroom
2
7.8 Good (152 reviews)
C$ 118+
Overview
Located in Cairanne, Auberge Castel Mireïo is in a rural location, a 1-minute drive from Domaine Armand and 9 minutes from Winegrower's Museum. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.