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, Malaucène, , France

Built in the 12th century as a Benedictine priory, the hotel is now a six-room oenophile’s getaway. The focus may be on wine (co-owner Philip Reddaway leads personalized tours of the region), but the property would be worth a stay even without it—beautiful meals are served in the arched chapel or on the terrace; a pool looks out to the surrounding vineyards. This November, for the first time, they’re doing a three-day truffle tour of the Rhône.

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La Madelène

Built in the 12th century as a Benedictine priory, the hotel is now a six-room oenophile’s getaway. The focus may be on wine (co-owner Philip Reddaway leads personalized tours of the region), but the property would be worth a stay even without it—beautiful meals are served in the arched chapel or on the terrace; a pool looks out to the surrounding vineyards. This November, for the first time, they’re doing a three-day truffle tour of the Rhône.