On the outskirts of a village 4 kilometers west of Uzès, stands d’Arpaillargues castle, a beautiful 18th century residence that has been transformed into the Hotel d’Agoult.
Thick walls conceal the charm and gentility of the 17th and 18th Century architecture of this stately home, nestled in the depths of Provence.
A historic castle, Arpaillargues has always been linked to the Arts. Frank Listz’s muse, Marie de Flavigny (the Comtesse d’Agoult) once lived here, and their daughter Cosima went on to be Richard Wagner’s second wife.
Today, restored and rejuvenated, Arpaillargues castle is not only a memorial, but an elegant and discreet estate in the heart of the Uzège countryside.