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So original: animal models covered in tapestries. Tapestry Trends: Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artist's home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

This family-owned hotel near the picturesque hilltop town of Baux-en-Provence has not just one but two world-renowned restaurants. L’Oustau boasts two Michelin stars and specializes in intricate gourmet creations, accompanied by a choice of over 70,000 wines from the restaurant’s cellar, served in the stone dining room with a vaulted ceiling or on a terrace with sublime mountain views. At Cabro d’Or, chef Michel Hulin creates a modern Mediterranean menu based around olive oil from the…

Many hotels in Provence have notable on-site restaurants, as well as extensive gardens, swimming pools, and spas. We look at some of the best courtesy of The Good Hotel Guide.

You can stay at a French château that feels straight out of a fairy tale http://www.cntraveler.com/stories/2015-10-12/stay-at-a-french-chateau-that-feels-like-a-fairy-tale-domaine-des-etanges

A former childhood home turned hotel offers guests a more playful take on French hospitality.

Zita Elze flower shop in Kew, 2016 photo: Julian Winslow 0775_wm

Zita Elze flower shop in Kew, 2016 photo: Julian Winslow