The Auberge du Cèdre is the former manor house of the Cazeneuve wine-producing estate, which at the time comprised more than 50 hectares of vines, 250 hectares of wooded hillsides, the large cellar and the outbuildings opposite.
The oldest part dates from the
13th century, when the house was called the Mas de Trimon.
At the end of the 19th century, Cazeneuve became an important
wine-producing estate, belonging to a rich family of wine merchants in
Sète. The house as we know it today with
At the end of the 20th century,
the vineyards of the estate
have returned to their original vocation, and the manor house has
become the Auberge, being gradually converted
The gardens, which
were also created and planted around a hundred years ago with palm
trees and other exotic plants that were very fashionable at the time,
include very many species, some of them coming from the botanical
gardens in Montpellier.
The Cèdre (cedar) itself dates from this period as well.