About Cassis

Cassis Red Hill is a rare space where you feel instantly disarmed when you walk in the door... like visiting old friends. It is an opportunity to kick off your shoes, run a bath, unwind, connect with yourself and friends, overindulge, embrace nature and to be utterly immersed in the moment. 

There is true appreciation for the original architectural bones such as the ornate slate floors and raked timber ceilings. This character has been softened by the introduction of a gentle earthy colour palette and modernised with luxurious finishes and a polished attention to detail in the bathrooms, kitchenettes, lounges, bedding and decor.

 

No expense has been spared on the modern comforts and quality finishes and fittings, but nothing has been wasted on cluttering the space to distract you from the mesmerising view over the neighbouring vineyard and countryside. 

DSC04538.jpg

The Cicada

In Provence France you will forever see the cicada embroidered on table clothes and sculpted into ceramic wall hangings.

 

The people of Provence adopted the winged bug as their mascot dating back to the 1850's when the French poet Frederic Misteral founded the association 'Félibrige' to promote the provencal language and traditions.

 

It is believed that they are a good luck charm like a four leaf clover. They also symbolise 're-birth' and new beginnings... their metamorphosis is seen as a transmigration of the soul. La cigale are also understood to seize the moment and make the very most of life, as their lifespan in the outside world is so short.