Le Clos du Tuilier, Luberon
360 degree views of the surrounding rolling countryside, in the heart of the Luberon. 50 beds and an incredibly romantic alley
What's So Special About Le Clos du Tuilier?
Located on a privileged site of 2 hectares with panoramic views of the Luberon Natural Park, le Clos du Tuilier is a beautiful property in the form of a hamlet, composed of a spacious main house, 4 cottages and 4 lodges that can accommodate up to 50 guests on site (Plus another 50 in nearby partner gîtes).
The whole hamlet (cottages, barn, garden, swimming pool, petanque ground…) can be privatised and hired exclusively for your wedding.
Thanks to its authenticity and its intimate character, it is the ideal place to gather your relatives and loved ones to host your wedding celebration abroad.
Whether you would like a religious or symbolic ceremony, a cocktail reception, your wedding breakfast al fresco, or to dance the night away, ever aspect of your wedding will have its own unique space on the grounds. With capacity for up to 200 guests on the wedding day itself and a list of incredible recommended suppliers – you can choose the suppliers you want to create the wedding you want.
What more can we say, an incredibly romantic, rural location for a delicious destination wedding in the heart of the Luberon.
Why not host a day after the wedding Brunch or BBQ by the pool.
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.
What Couples Say
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Pauline & Ken, May 2022
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