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Le Domaine Tarbouriech

Chemin de Villemarin, 34340, Marseillan France
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#2 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Marseillan
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The family-owned Maison Tarbouriech, whose origins began as a modest oyster farm on the Thau lagoon in 1962, invites you to discover the Domaine Tarbouriech and live a unique experience at the heart of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, in southern France. With a history spanning eight centuries, the Domaine Tarbouriech is a luxury boutique retreat & spa where visitors can sense the poetic heritage of its previous lives and transformations: From a Middle age farm to an 18th-century mansion inspired by the country “follies” built by wealthy merchants around our region. A new chapter has begun, born out of a vision to preserve the past while infusing a spark of “folly” and innovation Tarbouriech. Set between vineyards and the Thau lagoon, the Domaine Tarbouriech is a place of authenticity and simple refinements where to revitalize and open oneself to new horizons.
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Justine wrote a review Jan 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
(Note: I see at least one other recent comment that mirrors my experience, so it's clear my experience isn't isolated.) I almost never waste time leaving negative reviews because it feels nasty, but this was an experience that left me very sad. We spent 5 nights at this beautiful hotel, and enjoyed it a lot. The room and surroundings were lovely, the staff seemed nice, but the way it ended left a really awful impression and made me question every interaction and the entire establishment, and why we were treated this way. On our last night, we ordered the same 50 EUR bottle of wine we had previously ordered twice during our stay. (Another bottle we had was 20 EUR, so obviously there was some indication of our budget.) We were told the bottle we wanted was sold out, and that the manager would call us about our options. He instead just showed up with a bottle and opened it right away; so we drank it, thinking that surely it would be fine even if it was a bit more expensive. We even tipped this guy for the room service, thinking he was such a nice guy. When we finally got the invoice via email, after they already charged my credit card, I found out the bottle was 187 EUR. One of the most expensive bottles on a wine list with hundreds of options, and many times more expensive than any wine I've ever had in my life. It was my fault that I didn't ask, but what kind of person working in hospitality would do this? Clearly someone who doesn't think tricking someone out of a hundred bucks during their only vacation of the year is totally fine, and someone who doesn't give a damn about their customers -- or at least, their FOREIGN customers, as it was explicitly mentioned to me that they don't usually get non-French customers. To add insult to injury, they charged us for two breakfasts we didn't have. When I asked for the charge to be adjusted, they did not bother responding. I then had to follow up two more times, and when they responded, all they sent was an attached modified invoice. No comment, no apology. I'm still waiting for the refund, so we'll see if that even comes through. What a terrible way to end a holiday. I can't really guess why they treated us this way, but all I can say is - consider not coming here if you're not French, and if you do, check the itemized bill very carefully. You'll also have to ask for it, because they did not let me look at the bill or offer to give me a copy as you would expect from hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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1 Helpful vote
Mature traveller wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions
Wonderful gem of a small hotel, with a very good restaurant with beautiful and sophisticated decor. Lovely spa and really nice large rooms. The garden and pool is very special and well kept. The very nice friendly staff makes up for the inconvenience of the situation “ in the middle of nowhere” ? Must have car ! A well managed , very personal hotel which can be highly recommended .
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
Response from domainet34, Gérant at Le Domaine Tarbouriech
Responded 28 Mar 2020
Dear Guest, We sincerely thank you for your very appreciated message and we are delighted that your stay was able to give you complete satisfaction. We thank you deeply and specially for taking your time in this unusual situation to share your feedback, all our team in differrents departments will be so glad and greatfull to have your return. This is what drives our mission, our project and our vocation, all based on our values: to work with passion, in perpetual search for innovation while respecting nature and people. By reading you and learned that you are delighted with your "moment" & experience" spent at Domaine Tarbouriech confirms that we are on the right track. We are waiting for having the pleasure to receiving you again. In meanwhile , take care of you and all your beloveds. With our warmest regards. Domaine Tarbouriech Management
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Melchior O wrote a review Mar 2020
Namur, Belgium1284 contributions170 helpful votes
Arrived in the afternoon welcome was nice and quick check in. Had dinner at the restaurant I was first then it got busy quickly. The staff was friendly but got really slow and not very attentive as it got busy. I wasn’t in a rush but some people next to me didn’t like waiting ... food was good ... foie gras is a huge portion and the fish was fresh. Rooms are big with lots of amenities and cute decoration with seashell and ivory items .. comfy beds.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
DEFE7275 wrote a review Dec 2019
Zurich, Switzerland130 contributions104 helpful votes
The good. The hotel is very nice and nicely located in the middle of vineyards. The space arond the hotel is well kept and the pool looks very nice (we did not use it). The room is really really nice. The Spa is nice (maybe a bit cold and noisy in the relaxing area). The poor. The service is, with minor exceptions, rough. The welcoming was brief and cold. The check out was messy. Mistaken in charging can happen; the fact that I needed to chaise you for the refund 2 weeks after check out is poor...not for 420€. To improve. Keep an eye on the maintenance in the rooms. The shelves were very dusty; a nice and big lamp in the living room was broken and not repaired for all our stay
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Date of stay: November 2019
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pat1009 wrote a review Dec 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland253 contributions72 helpful votes
Arriving by night, what a wonderful moment to discover the little castle, the lodge, the restaurant, beautiful lights highlighting every single stones. We booked a standart logde room when we entered in, but 30 minutes later someone came and we got the chance to sleep in the Casanova master suite. the property is surrounded by beautiful vineyards moreover in this season, early December. The restaurant was very good, staff was nice and helpful. Breakfast was ok as a 4**** but there as no orange juice...understandable ! We did not use sauna or SPA equipments.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Domaine Tarbouriech
Which popular attractions are close to Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Nearby attractions include Musee - Parc des Dinosaures (6.8 km), Le Cochon Gourmand (4.9 km), and Musee de site Villa-Loupian (7.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Conveniently located restaurants include L'entre 2, CoquiThau, and La Cabane.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Le Domaine Tarbouriech?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Musee - Parc des Dinosaures (6.8 km).
Is Le Domaine Tarbouriech accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.