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Recent Provence reviews

  • A beautiful place to stay - thank you.

    "We stayed at Mas de Breuil in early July 2014 and it was one of the best rental accommodations we have ever used. We have a lovely home ourselves with nice kitchen and bathrooms and I always want just as high a standard when on holiday. We were not disappointed. The gite is converted from old farm buildings in the grounds of an ancient hunting lodge, where the owners live. There is one other smaller gite across the yard and you can use the swimming pool and tennis court. The whole gite is tastefully furnished with antique and rustic furniture and pieces of art. The accommodation is on three floors. On the ground floor is a very large lounge/dining room with a kitchen and a utility room plus a separate toilet. There is a modern dishwasher and washing machine plus two fridge/freezers. We saw a travel cot and a highchair stored here. There is a bedroom with two single beds (that can be pushed together) on the ground floor. This room has an en-suite shower and toilet - there is no door but there is a dividing wall. This bedroom would be ideal for someone with limited mobility as access is completely level from outside and the shower/toilet area could be easily accessed with a wheelchair. On the next floor there are two bedrooms, each with two single beds, plus a separate shower room and a separate toilet. On the top floor under the eaves is a large double bedroom with its own bathroom (or was it a shower room - didn't go up there much!). So it accommodates eight very comfortably. Each room has air conditioning - wonderful! The only suggestion we would make to improve the gite would be to add an extra sofa - there weren't enough comfortable seats for all seven of us to sit and watch a DVD - we brought in a couple of (nice) deck-chairs from outside to deal with this. The owner was friendly and helpful, both during the booking process and on site. There is a big, black, bouncy, barking dog, which is also very friendly and which we enjoyed playing with but you might like to be prepared if you have dog-phobic members in your party. Parents with young children should also be aware that the swimming pool is not fenced off and that there are pieces of agricultural machinery, and a small river, within walking distance - there is no enclosed garden and small children would need to be watched (but that's normal, isn't it). Overall we would definitely recommend this gite to anyone wanting a comfortable holiday in this beautiful part of France."
    Guest: Carolyn W. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • An Ideal Place to Experience Provence!

    "The moment we stepped into Le Grand Tilleul we were in love with it. It is an elegant, spacious, tastefully decorated stone house, built by our hospitable hosts, Genevieve and her husband Jean Pierre. The house was spotless and had everything needed for a family of five. The pool is large and was well used every day. The grounds are nicely landscaped and fit perfectly into the county setting, surrounded by vineyards and view of the hilltop town of Goult. The photos do not do justice to the house and grounds - they are much nicer than the photos. Genevieve's English is excellent and she provided a lot of helpful advice on what to see and do (including a good spot to see the Tour de France 5km away)."
    Guest: Emei T. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • ... immer wieder gern

    "sehr gut ausgestattetes, sauberes Haus mit eigenem, abgetrennten Hof und Garten (sehr gut geeignet für Hundebesitzer), das besonders gut als Ausgangspunkt für Fahrten zu Sehenswürdigkeiten (z.B.Colorado provencal, Fontaine de Vaucluse) und Orte (Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Arles, Isles sur la Sorgue etc.) in der Umgebung dient. Das Haus ist besonders für Familen mit kleinen Kindern geeignet, da es über zwei sehr gemütliche Gallerien verfügt, die auch Schlafmöglichkeiten für bis zu 4 Personen/Kindern bieten. Dort finden sich auch einige Spielsachen und Spiele (Memory etc.). Die Vermieter sind äußerst nett und zuvorkommend. Trotz der räumlichen Nähe (das Ferienhaus liegt direkt am Wohnhaus der Vermieter bzw. inmitten ihrer Olivenplantage) ist man als Mieter vollkommen autark - schon allein durch die eigene Einfahrt des Ferienhauses. Einziger kleiner Wehrmutstropfen ist die nahe gelegene Straße, die man zwar nicht sieht, jedoch die vorbeifahrenden Autos im Garten hört. Dies ist für uns jedoch kein Grund, nicht noch einmal dort Urlaub zu machen!"
    Guest: Gregor H. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 10, 2015
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  • Ideal Serenity

    "Our family came to stay at this beautiful home for the week of our daughters wedding. We truly enjoyed this calm and serene refuge as we prepared for our wonderful event. Our host, Joel was very warm, helpful, friendly and accommodating. The house, terrace, gardens and pool are so private and well maintained. The furnishings are beautiful, interesting, comfortable and well suited to the home. The beds and linens are comfortable and of good quality. We had eight adults in our party and everyone was accommodated quite comfortably.Restaurants, bakery and apothecary as well as the village are all within easy walking distance and yet the feel of the property is so private and secluded. Our only regret is that we didn't book a second week after the wedding to unwind and relax! But we've promise to return again. Thank you, Joel!"
    Guest: Angela K. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: February 19, 2015
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Aix en Provence Area Travel Tips

Artful and Fantastic Aix-en-Provence Rentals

The region of Provence, France is famous not only for its fabulous foods and quintessential “French” atmosphere; it is also the location of Aix-en-Provence, a small city toward the south. The city was home to artist Cezanne, and it is where you will find the TGV (high speed train) which brings many visitors to their Aix-en-Provence rentals. Provence travel would not be the same without a stay in Aix.

Luxury Is Mandatory at Your Aix-en-Provence Accommodation

Because the city has always been a rich and opulent one, any Aix-en-Provence accommodation you select is bound to be luxurious and beautiful. Be prepared to spend a bit of money on Aix-en-Provence rentals. However, the price is well worth it as the city is both quiet and clean with the charm of a small French town that allows for plenty of nice, long walks. In fact, the city center consists of mostly very old buildings along narrow streets.

Provence Travel Means Exploring Everywhere

You will want to leave your Aix-en-Provence accommodation to explore the city on foot. As you go up and down the narrow, winding streets, you will catch a glimpse of the wonderful fountains for which Aix-en-Provence is famous. Be sure not to miss the Cours Mirabeau on the main avenue. Other fountains draw their water from hot springs nearby. Additionally, during your Provence travel, you will want to take note of the impressive architecture throughout Aix which boasts intricate and detailed doors, bell towers, and wrought iron.

You Will Eat Well When Staying in Aix-en-Provence Rentals

Provence Travel does not mean that you will just be walking around Aix-en-Provence and eating French food which probably is not such a bad idea! Any Aix-en-Provence accommodation is situated quite close to the many billiards, pubs, restaurants, and cafes in and around town. If you would like to leave the city for a bit, catch the bus to St. Victoire to climb a mountain, have a picnic, and view the old monastery. Though you can stay at the monastery at night, you may want to return to your luxurious Aix-en-Provence rentals anyway!

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