Château De Robernier, Montfort-sur-Argens
Chateau de Robernier….WOW. This fairytale-esq Chateau quite literally blew us away. Surrounded by acres of vineyards and centuries-old olive groves, this castle oozes classical French charm & lends itself to the chicest of wedding styles. Chateau de Robernier is what we call a truly magical wedding venue.
What's so special about Chateau de Robernier?
Chateau de Robernier originally dates back to the 16th century, and remained in the same family for 400 years. The family, the de Robernier line, can be traced back to the Capetian dynasty, the largest and oldest European Royal house. In the 18th century, the main-castle, chapel, orangerie and ballroom were built. The architecture of the main façade, with its two round, pointy towers are unique, and the only structure with such in Provence.
It was once possible to cross the whole department of Var, without leaving the land of Chateau de Robernier.
The land, over the years, was divided and divided again through successive inheritance processes. Today, the chateau is still surrounded by its private hills and valleys. The castle belongs to the same family, although the owners changed names, because it was passed through the daughters of the family.
Since 2006, the castle has undergone a vast renovation project and has been brought back to its former glory, original details have been restored and 21st century technology has been incorporated whilst maintaining the original feeling of the castle.
Having the flexibility to completely customise your wedding day/weekend at any venue is a biggie and quite often hard to come by. Chateau de Robernier affords you the choice to choose – you can opt for one of their all inclusive wedding packages or tailor the day exactly how you want, with the suppliers you would like.
Château de Robernier is located just 1 hour and 15 minutes from both Nice and Marseille airports making it a fairly accessible location for guests travelling from afar.
The estate’s vineyards produce their very own Chateau de Robernier wine; with Syrah, Grenache and Cabernet-Sauvignon grapes just to mention a few. You must also try the estates own brand of cold pressed, Extra Virgin Olive Oil it’s delicious. Each olive is picked by hand.
1hr 15 to the North, 2hrs to the South, depending on where you’re flying to and from.
French (English is also widely spoken)
Big cities such as Paris have a metro but most locations have cheap and accessible public transport, such as trains and buses. Taxis are easy to find or call – available taxis are often indicated by a blue or white light.
The French treat Christmas, Easter and New Year as serious holidays, as well as VE Day (8th May), Bastille Day (14th July), Armistice Day (11th November) and various saints days (e.g. All Saints' Day on 1st November).
Good Time to Go
Late May - Early October
good to know
If you're flexible with your Wedding date, late Spring (April/May) & early Autumn (Oct), just outside of High Season can be slightly cheaper when booking a venue. You will find late June & September dates book up quickly - these are the preferred months to celebrate a wedding in France.
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