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Recent Provence property reviews

  • You will be happy here!

    "Great spacious apartment, well equipped kitchen, comfortable bed and nice linens. The apartment is perfectly situated near the two calanques. A walk into town is equally simple which affords visitors other exciting views and possibilities of shops and restaurants. Right across the street is one of the best boulangeries in town. La Ciotat is a very friendly liveable seaside town where one escapes "the people" of other more noted cote d'azur towns. We loved the ease and ambience of LaCiotat with it's convenient busses and of course, the owner M.Gonfalone made it so comfortable and was a very responsive "landlord" during our stay. I am in a position to return to France often as I am now retired and I am sure that I will return to this property for both it's comfort, location, price and charm yet to be discovered in the region."
    Guest: Jules Date of Stay: March 2012 Review Submitted: May 22, 2012
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  • ...QUIETUDE...

    "Rien à ajouter de cet endroit magique où règne un calme parfait , la vue sur le Mont Ventoux est superbe . Cette maison est tout simplement très belle, spacieuse et confortable, s'y ajoute le charme ,l'acceuil et la simplicité de sa propriétaire Marina .Le couché de soleil sur le Ventoux est inoui. VTT , balades, proximité du centre ville...tout est possible! " Que dire si ce n'est de revenir ""
    Guest: Thierry B. Date of Stay: September 2012 Review Submitted: September 15, 2012
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  • In love with Aix

    "The apartment was all that we hoped it would be from the photos and description--comfortable, clean, well-equipped (though it would be great to have a toaster) and maintained, and in a wonderful location. It was close enough to all the Aix attractions to make it easy to get to them, but far enough away to be a refuge. It was as quiet as living in the city can be. We look forward to returning."
    Guest: Barbara Date of Stay: May 2012 Review Submitted: June 12, 2012
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    "Just returned from one week - our second in Provence and our most extensive in terms of area covered. It was a magical experience and the farmhouse made it special in so many ways. Since I do not know Provence well - I had no way of knowing where would make an ideal place to rent. This was PERFECT in so many ways. The house itself is lovely and cozy yet so simple and informal that guests just feel so at home. It is situated in a quiet setting overlooking the grand valley with vistas that are breathtaking. It is very old (a stone is carved 1848) and almost untouched by time. It is a 3 sided compound entered by an arched carriage way. The studio forms one end of the U, the small guest house a second, and the main house - the third arm. It could not be more private. Multi level terraces and walls give an enclosed area. The rooms are large and so cozy. Yet every modern amenity I could ask for is right there and easy to use. THe photos on the website do not do justice to the special character of the farmhouse. There is nothing like an authentic experience. We were a party of 4 - one couple and two singles but can imagine a larger extended family being most at home here due to all of the various spaces. The kitchen and the attached dining room with farm table became our base and we started all days with breakfast and our planning there. We would tour during the day always going to a local outdoor market for provisions, have a great midday lunch at a local restaurant, come home, relax in the courtyard and have a late dinner at home. We are foodies and liked having a great kitchen and everything we needed to experience the cuisine of Provence. Many nights were dinner outdoors in the courtyard - with our market goods grilled in the firepit. It was incredible watching the sunset and the moon rise. Everything was so close as to make our daytime expeditions fun and easy - Gordes, Menerbes, Rousillon, Bonnieux, Fountain de Vacluse, BUT THE REAL WINNER WERE THE LOVELY SPOTS MINUTES AWAY. The walkway from the farm to St Pantaleon is a winner - walled on both sides - with incredible old house built into the cliffs for us to explore. Two nights dining out - one in St Pantaleon and another at Aux Fines Herbes in Goult were incredible. We got to know the chefs and some of the local. It happened to be the yearly festival in Goult our first Saturday night there - and the fireworks were charming. I would recommend this farm as the REAL THING."
    Guest: Michael L. Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 23, 2013
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