Ideally located in Les Arcs-Sur-Argens (30 min from Saint-Tropez, Cannes, & the Gorges du Verdon), Château Sainte-Roseline is a historic site and a Cru Classé de Provence.
The Chapel, built in the 11th century, and the Cloister, built right next to it in the 12th century, were both classified as historic monuments in 1980. The town chapel houses the body and relics of Saint Roseline, Mother Prioress of the Abbey of La Celle-Roubaud between 1300 and 1329. Many miracles led her to be canonised in the 19th century. That’s when the Chapel took the name of Saint Roseline. More information here. The Cloister, with its beautiful half-Romanesque half-Gothic rib vaults, is bordered by a bicentennial “Allée de platanes” (Alley of plane trees) that leads to the Château’s private park.
1955: Château Sainte Roseline is one of the first Crus Classés de Provence.
1994: Complete renovation of the Abbey following Bernard Teillaud’s purchase of the estate. He called on architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte to preserve the site’s nobility.
2011: Aurélie Bertin and Delphine Meunier, Bernard Teillaud’s daughters, bought Château Sainte Roseline from their father and have owned it ever since.
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