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Auberge de Crussol Auberge de Crussol
Auberge de Crussol Auberge de Crussol
Auberge de Crussol Auberge de Crussol
Auberge de Crussol Auberge de Crussol

L'Auberge de Crussol

Opening hours: Du 01/01 au 31/12

A unique hostel, at the foot of the ruins of Crussol castle, in a protected natural area, with a splendid view of the hills of Saint-Péray and Cornas.

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A simple and authentic local cuisine, prepared over a wood fire in our large fireplace and our bread oven.
The menu gives pride of place to local produce: all the meats come from small farms in the Ardèche, fruit and vegetables from the market, and a fine selection of wines to be tasted on our terrace facing the vines.
Surrounded by lilacs, lime trees, fig trees and holm oaks. The Auberge de Crussol also has games for children and a large, easily accessible car park.


A la carte: 7 to 85 €
Adult menu: 28.90 €
Child menu (10 years): 11 €.

Equipments and services

Equipments : Play area Terrace Air conditioning Car park Garden Restaurant
Services : Pets welcome
Means of payment : Bank/credit card

Opening times

From 01/01 to 31/12, daily.


Traditional cooking

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In the country
Town outskirts
River 5 km away
Village 2 km away
View over the vineyards


Spoken languages : English


Number of rooms : 2
Number conditioned rooms : 2
Maximum number of seats : 100
Number of covered terrace : 130

L'Auberge de Crussol

L'Auberge de Crussol
Chemin de beauregard
07130 Saint-Péray

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Located at: Saint-Péray
Rhône Crussol Tourisme


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