VRBO is part of the HomeAway family, the world leader in vacation rentals with over 1 million listings. We offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We’re committed to helping families and friends find a perfect vacation rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together. Learn More
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"We had a brilliant time at La Jassine where we stayed for a week in April. The setting is idylic, and makes a perfect base to discover Provence. Communication with the owners was second to none and we were made to feel welcome and valued before, during and after our stay. The tennis courts were fabulous , the weather was amazing and we just had a wonderful time. Thank you Sandra and Paul for helping to make it so special. We hope to return one day."
Guest: SueDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 26, 2015
Very charming house, stunningly beautiful region, authentic Provence
"This was the third time I stayed in this lovely house: I fell in love with it and the village of Saignon several years ago, because it still feels and looks like an authentic French Provence village, not a luxury touristic estate.
The good surprise this year was the new top floor terrace, second kitchen and extra bedroom & very modern second bathroom at the top of the house, which means in summer you breakfast on the terrace looking out over the roman-tiled roofs of the entire village. This is in addition to: a downstairs hallway & utility room, a kitchen and large drawing room , all on the first floor; then a master bedroom and a large guest bedroom plus a bathroom and a small sewing room.
The house wa stone-built to last centuries ago, so even at midday in August, the rooms inside are cool and restful. The décor is shabby elegant in the way decorators strive for; but here it is authentic. There's a combination of old family furniture, comfortable sofas you sink in, antique tiled floors, garden chairs in the kitchen, books that have been read and re-read in the bookcases; but good firm beds. It's got oodles of charm and enough modern conveniences to spend a great summer en famille.
You need a car because the local buses are slow and come every hour or so only; the one going from Apt (the market town a couple of miles down the hill from Saignon), all the way to the TGV station at Avignon takes nearly two hours. The area is stunningly beautiful; you can walk across picture-book lavender fields; visit the region's chateaux and monasteries; attend the Avignon theatre festival in season (summer) as well as many summer classical music festivals; there's a municipal swimming pool for your teenagers at Apt. Further out is Aix en Provence with the greatest French opera festival in summer. Avignon had monuments and museums from the time it was the Pope's residence; it also has goos restaurants; and of course the entire countryside was where Cézanne, Picasso, Renoir, and many more painted.
In short, I wish I wre back there now!...."
Guest: AEMDate of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: January 12, 2015
"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 2015Review Submitted: April 10, 2015