Lucky for the calendar, this year the public holidays in November allow us to plan a long weekend. November 1 falls on a Tuesday, and November 11 falls on a Friday. The most strategic will no doubt consider putting in their RTT or leave at this time to allow themselves a well-deserved few days off. The opportunity to leave your home and everyday life to recharge your batteries in a renewed place. You don’t need to leave France for this. We set out to rediscover the French regions and their magical places that combine relaxation and pleasure. A change of scenery sometimes happens just minutes away from home, the evidence 7 exceptional places to escape to during the November long weekend.
Where to go in France during the November Bridges?
Hotel Mercure Chantilly 4*
For a little pampering away from the hustle and bustle, less than an hour’s drive from Paris, head to the charming town of Chantilly in the Oise. In the heart of the forest, a few kilometers from the famous castle of the Duke of Aumal, the Mercure Hotel is located in a 19th-century residence, revised to combine classicism and modern spirit. The 200 rooms offer a breathtaking view of no less than 97 hectares of nature. After a break to read in the lobby, where the huge library is located, we go for a bike ride or golf in the park located at the foot of the hotel, or choose not to worry too much. Go to enjoy a moment of absolute relaxation in the health center of the 4-star establishment.
MGallery L’Aigle Noir in Fontainebleau
To the southeast of Paris, Fontainebleau is one of the historic municipalities of France. We come to see its magnificent castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to get lost in its vast forest, to walk its cobbled streets from another time and to stay in an equally symbolic establishment. L’Aigle Noir, a 16th-century residence-turned-hotel, is famous for being an emblem of Napoleon’s elite society and home to many artists, such as Rosa Bonner. A unique place in the style of the Second Empire, the ideal place for couples, families or solo travelers who want to go green in a city steeped in history, where there is no shortage of entertainment.
L’Orée Paris Sud in Saulx Les Chartreux
Reconnecting urban dwellers with nature is the essence of Hotel Orée Paris Sud, newly opened in October 2022 in the heart of the Essonne countryside, just 30 minutes from Paris. Zenith reigns in this environment, similar to a warm country house. The establishment, decorated in a cozy spirit by interior designer Fabien Rock, contains a cinema hall, a library, as well as a large living room with a fireplace, where residents are invited to relax.
Domaine de Verchamps near the gates of Montpellier
In the south of France, at the gates of Montpellier, head to Domaine de Verchant for a timeless stay. In the heart of a 10-hectare vineyard, you will find refuge in an ancient mansion with only 26 rooms decorated with taste and sophistication. Between the 2,000 m² spa, a true cocoon of well-being, Verchant gastronomic restaurant serving inventive and creative Mediterranean cuisine, or workshops for discovery and oenological initiation, you will have enough to occupy your long weekend…
White rocks in Cassia
Cassis can not only be visited in summer, it is also good to live here in autumn and winter. This fishing port in the heart of the Calanque National Park, a stone’s throw from Marseille, has become a privileged location for those looking for a Mediterranean holiday by the sea. thoroughly renovated in 2018, welcomes its residents all year round. A hedonistic destination not to be missed, there is lush nature, rooms with breathtaking sea views, the Sisley Spa ranks first for quality treatments, and the gourmet restaurant under the direction of Chef Alexandre Auger will delight the best gourmets.
Hotel Crillon Le Brave in Vaucluse
Located on top of a hill in Vaucluse, the 5-star Hotel Crillon le Brave is the perfect place to relax in the lap of nature. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, here you can enjoy the simple pleasures of Provence and enjoy the breathtaking views of Mont Ventoux unfolding in all its glory right in front of you.
Near Eugenia in the Landes
Along the banks of the River Bacchus in the Landes, an 18th-century former monastery is home to Les Près d’Eugénie, a “small palace on the edge of nature” run by the Guérard family since 1974. charm in addition to 45 rooms and suites, 3 restaurants, one of which is crowned with three Michelin stars, or a thermal spa, it is above all 7 poetic gardens (vegetables, roses, water, boxwood, etc.) in which you will live a magical experience .