Auberge Stays in the French Countryside

Hoteliers and chefs are creating incredible auberges in every part of France, from a corner of Burgundy to the eternally chic Alps.
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Château Les Carrasses

Irish hotelier Karl O'Hanlon converted a white turreted chateau in Languedoc's Quarante, surrounded by vineyards, into an auberge and wine estate. The eight-acre property includes suites in the 1886 limestone manor house and cottages that were created from outbuildings, like the former grape picker's lodge.

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