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Recent Luberon Area reviews

  • Great Place - Great Stay!

    "We loved the Barrulaires Gite! It’s a meticulously restored stone farmhouse cottage atop a small mountain in the Luberon a few miles from Apt. The property features a lovely view, and the cottage itself has wonderful décor coupled with all the up-to-date conveniences one would hope for. The owner – the irrepressible Betty – greeted us in the driveway with a flashlight at 10:30 pm when we arrived very owing to an Air France strike. She provided sage advice throughout our stay as to local attractions, stores and farmers’ markets, restaurants, etc. Some might find the location a bit remote, but we enjoyed the solitude and privacy and did not mind the short drive into town for provisions or restaurants. Many of the major sites of the region are less than an hour’s drive. Apt itself is filled good restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores, wine shops etc. It’s a lovely jog or walk from the gite down the mountain into the picturesque village of Buoux. Nearby Fort Buoux is definitely worth a half-day visit and the climb to the top is exhilarating. Our only problem was a bit of difficulty with intermittent internet service during our week in September, but we understand Betty has since fixed the problem. [She is a U.S. expatriate married to a Frenchman, and she used her bilingual abilities to help us with dinner reservations]. Too many great restaurants in the area to mention, but it’s hard to go wrong."
    Guest: James O. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: January 13, 2015
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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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  • Paradies

    "Wunderschönes Apartment, liebevoll eingerichtet, herrlicher Blick auf die Stadt. Sehr freundliche Gastgeber mit orgelten Willkommensabend im Garten. Traumhafter Garten mit tollem Pool. Sehr interessante Gäste! Alles in allem ein rundum toller Aufenthalt in einem kleinen Paradies 😍 gerne im nächsten Jahr wieder."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 20, 2015
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  • Wonderful place to stay and beautiful village

    "We had an incredible stay in this home, no need to worry about what you see on the website, the pictures are spot on and actually when you arrive it is better than what you might expect.! Pierre, through Rosie are quite quick to answer your inquiries and offer what information you may need. The hosts went to much trouble to ensure a comfortable stay and it exceeded our expectations.( Pierre..thanks again for the agricole plaque) We stayed 2 weeks and linens were changed after the first week. The village is lovely and having a boulangerie, small market and butcher was wonderful. It was quite center to many of the other villages and towns and we were able to enjoy many of the different town markets, go to Roman ruins and just be a part of village life for a couple of weeks.. For us, being close to the antiques area L'isle s/s la Sorgue and having opportunity to go to several Brocantes(flea markets) made it special, also made for extra luggage. The house is outfitted nicely so what you may need is there, washing machine etc. If you have a long day of travel ( we came in from the States) have Rosie make dinner reservations at La Petit Luberon..it will satisfy all ages and the food was wonderful! we enjoyed it more than Le Vieux Bistro."
    Guest: Archers Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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