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Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort, France

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This tranquil resort, disguised as a picture book Provencal village, offers a dazzling feast for the senses with spectacular views of medieval villages, mountains and lush countryside infused with heady aromas of lavender, rosemary, cypress and pine. The soft terracotta pinks and creams house the finest of suites and villas, luxurious facilities, delectable French cuisine and, while nestled deep in the countryside, is only a short distance from the heady ritz and glitz of the South Coast of France.

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Terre Blanche Pool
  • rooms

    The hotel has the choice of 115 suites and villas built in the traditional Provencal style of southern France using the warm hues of the local red clays, terracottas and golds along with the striking white stones of the area. All rooms offer private terraces and lounges along with large dressing areas and opulent bathrooms liberally scattered with beautiful marble mosaics and heated floors.

    Choose from deluxe or premier suites, with their king sized beds, spacious separate living areas, sofa beds and indoor/outdoor eating terraces with stunning views over the valleys and villages beyond.

    Or choose one of the stunning Provençal villas. These are airily spacious with separate dining rooms, huge bathrooms with soaking tubs and all offer breathtaking views from their sumptuous bedrooms and living rooms out over the intimate terraces with private pool and jacuzzi.

  • facilities & activities

    The resort sits firmly on the European Tour Destination offering some of the best golf in the world. Each course is challenging yet naturally embedded within the beauty of the local area. And with state-of-the-art facilities along with 300 days of sunshine, it’s no wonder they are ranked amongst the most prestigious in Europe.

    Alternatively relax by the 600ft infinity pool with breathtaking panoramic views of hill-top medieval villages and stunning countryside -.rent a peaceful cabana and savour refreshments from the nearby restaurant. Or to completely unwind, head to the serene and tranquil spa. Surrounded by verdant Provencal gardens, the peaceful indoor pool is a haven of light and softness to relax and soothe. Book one of the many treatments on offer and then bubble away in the outdoor vitality pool with its invigorating jets and massage shower. Or just meander along the garden paths that wind around the resort and marvel at the unique display of intriguing artworks.

    When you've had enough relaxing then the hotel also offers a wide range of activity programmes and day trips out. Tailor made for you, you can choose from perfume making at the famous perfume capital Grasse, wine tasting at one of the many local wineries and take a tour of the area and learn about its history. Otherwise just borrow a buggy from the hotel and explore the lovely local villages perched on hilltops nearby with their traditional fare, great restaurants and vibrant market days. Adventurers will love the beautiful Gorges Du Verdon, art lovers will enjoy the Fondation Maeght at St Paul de Vence or go further afield to the cosmopolitan glamour and beaches of St Tropez and Cannes – both within easy striking distance.

  • dining

    So the biggest question will be which of the four lovely restaurants you'll try first. Choose from gourmet dining at Le Faventia with its fabulous views and fragrant, seasonal Provencal cuisine washed down with delicious local wines hand selected by the sommelier. Or sip an inventive handmade cocktail while you peruse the light bites selection at Le Gaudina and enjoy the relaxed vibe and spacious sun drenched terrace. Enjoy shaded poolside snacks and refreshments from Le Tousco, which offers a wide range of freshly grilled fish, pizzas or sandwiches over looking the infinity pool and serenaded by the trickling fountain. And if you've had a day of sports then finish it off with drinks or dinner at Les Caroubiers – found in The Clubhouse and overlooking the golf courses.

  • family

    As well as offering a peaceful hideaway, the resort is also a haven for families. An extra bed can be provided for those sharing with parents or spacious suites and villas, often with the option of interconnecting rooms, make a stay easy for those with little ones requiring more space. Child sized robes, high chairs, bottles and bottle warmers are also complimentary, along with 24 hour room service and babysitting.

    For families wanting multiple bedrooms, the Méditerranée, Provence, Esterel and Terre Blanche Villas offer additional space and private swimming pools or Jacuzzis. Two suites can also be booked together with an inter-connecting door and helpfully most of suites have additional sofa beds as standard.

    From April until November there is a fabulous kid's club that offers all kinds of adventures and discoveries along with music, crafts, gardening, shows and games. The exclusive kids’ club villa, open 09:30 - 17:30, has 3 separate rooms, shaded outdoor space and there is a swimming pool just for them. Please note costs are applicable for half or full days but they'll be happily occupied and the hotel will even organise days out to meet the friendly donkeys of Terre Blanche or a pony ride followed by a picnic in the dappled shade of Bouge castle.

    For refueling there is a kid's menu available throughout or a dedicated children's restaurant next to Le Tousco.

  • location

    Whilst the hotel is a peaceful sanctuary tucked within the famous undulating hills and lavender fields of the Var region of Provence, the resort is easily accessible. It's a 45 minutes drive from the Nice-Cote d'Azur International airport, or Aix-Marseille airport is a 2 hour drive and parking is free at the hotel. The glamorous Cote d'Azur towns of Cannes or St Tropez are within easy striking distance or Monte Carlo is a beautiful winding coastal drive of 90 minutes.

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