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In the heart of the ancient Gaillac vineyard, Salettes Château stands out, amidst the beauty of the vines, with its towers and outer wall. A building with character and charm, dating from the 13th-15th centuries, Salettes château was the home of the young branch of the Toulouse-Lautrecs , then the Hautpoul family. Today, owned by Le Net family, renovated into a charming hotel-restaurant, Salettes château has preserved its authenticity and soul in an extraordinary setting. The layout of the rooms in the towers and outer wall of the château gives them originality and the advantage of calm and rest. All different in size, they offer space and comfort in a contemporary style, overlooking nature; each window is a living painting. 13 rooms and 5 suites look out over nature. The spirit of Salettes is found on the plate. The cuisine offered highlights regional, traditional, high-quality produce, while still resolutely fitting in with the spirit of the times. The presentation is aesthetic, the flavours are sought and offered depending on the season and the inspiration is of the moment. Two dining rooms with zen, intimate and welcoming decors, with a capacity of 80 seats for table service and 120 people for banquets. Located at the foot of a rocky outcrop, overlooking the vineyard, you can enjoy the pool: Relaxation and sunshine in peace and quiet.