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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 have been wellcomed and given best hints for our stay in the house and for sightseeing. The intire house is well equiped in every room, a pity was only that the big window/door in the living room could not be opened. Especially for groups with children the house is perfect."
Guest: AnonymeDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: November 2, 2015
"Our extended family of six adults and five children stayed at Mas Mouschetty for two weeks. The home is lovely, clean and well maintained. There is a large pool, a ping pong table and a soccer field to keep the children busy and happy while the adults prepare meals in the kitchen or on the grille and enjoy fabulous wines from the area. The villa is central to many many small towns and villages throughout the Luberon and the region of Provence. We visited small town markets, enjoyed picnics and dined at many fine restaurants throughout the area. We never had a problem even with a party of eleven people. The Manager and the owner of the property were very helpful and easy to work with. We had a wonderful time during our stay there and would recommend it highly to others who may be considering a stay there as well."
Guest: John T.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: August 10, 2015
"My wife and I had the good fortune to stay at Ancienne Poste. After arriving in Marseille, we rented a car and drove just over an hour to Menerbes. Corinne, the property manager greeted us at the door and couldn't have been more gracious. The property has a beautiful architectural design mixing the old with the new. The owner has decorated the home with lovely photos and artwork from his own travels. The rooftop terrace offered a magnificent view of the valley and neighboring villages. Menerbes itself is a quaint little jewel dating back centuries. It was a pleasure to walk through the village and purchase fresh bread and pastries from the local bakery. During the week there was an outdoor market where vendors sold fresh meats, dairy products and some of the freshest fruit we have ever eaten! Of a course, the local vineyards offered delicious wines. The entire region is rich in history and we thoroughly enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. From fields of lavender to hiking, biking and walking through villages that were centuries old, we were never at a loss as to what to do. Our vacation could not have been better and we returned home with a renewed spirit and lasting memories!"
Guest: OzDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 14, 2015
"We are not "low maintenance" travelers and have very high standards.... Menerbes One as this small home is called exceeded all our requirements. Gorgeous views, comfortable bed (oh, that duvet, heaven!), washer/dryer (took some time to figure out), reliable speedy WIFI, great shower, and you can walk to several restaurants, coffee in the morning and of course the bakery. Though the unit has a parking space, the road to it was too narrow for our rental car (Paolo warned us)... basically you need a very small hatchback. We just parked 5 mins walk away in the village parking lot... there is also street parking 2-3 minutes away.
I was a little worried as the most recent review was more than a year old, but don't fear, this place is definitely a wonderful option for your stay in the Luberon.
Did I mention the views?? WOW. Just stunning. I am sitting here in the living room right now typing this, looking out over the fall leaves in the valley... no words can describe."
Guest: goldengateDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 24, 2015