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Recent Luberon Area reviews

  • ... 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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  • Loved every minute!

    "It's difficult to capture the beauty of this home in pictures. Due to the setup of the property, there are so many different vistas - each unique for it's own type of enjoyment. Every meal was spent outside on the patio listening to nothing but the birds and the crickets. Around the corner from the patio is a yard overlooking a vineyard which was perfect for boules (one of the games supplied). Further down the path, you find yourself looking past the pool down a corridor lined with lavender and olive trees. What a delight it was to swim in the beautifully maintained pool and watch my boys run around the surrounding yard. Our boys are 11 and 18 and we all had a fabulous time. The kitchen had everything we needed for cooking and there is a major grocery store that is close. The way the property is set, we felt all alone. The fact that such a major grocery would be so close is shocking. The manager of the property was a perfect combination of helpful yet respectful of our privacy. Upon leaving, she asked us how our stay could have been more enjoyable. Apparently the owners are very interested in that information. I believe it. Truth is I did say I would have liked a few more comfortable chairs.....who knows, though, perhaps they are really comfortable to you. One more thing that I didn't mention to Suzi was the creak as you stepped in the upstairs bedroom. Here's the thing. It's a 17th century farmhouse! That's part of the charm!"
    Guest: Harriet Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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  • Provence Paradise

    "We spent two delightful weeks at Monika's Sheherazde in June. At this time of year the days are hot and sunny, but the nights are cool. Though the cottage is equipped with air conditioning, we didn't use it the whole time! But we did enjoy the pool, where my wife swam multiple laps daily. Though her mobility is limited (she uses a walker), she found it easy to get in and out of the pool, and managed to do so without assistance. The cottage offers easy access, with one small step up; being all one level is a plus, so is the spacious bathroom with standup shower. It was such a pleasure to get to know Monika, who is a kind and generous host. We shared drinks and dinner with her several times on her poolside patio, and enjoyed her company at restaurants she recommended. She thoughtfully introduced us to her select circle of friends, which helped us improve our French while enjoying the social whirl. Monika herself speaks several languages, including perfect English, and is gifted in so many ways. Thank you for making our visit so special, Monika! Her "estate" is about 4 acres, and very much an oasis amid the commercial zone that has spread out around Cavaillon. Her 200 year old farm house faces south and overlooks a small orchard (thanks for the apricots, Monika!) and open fields dotted with cypress and lavender. The cottage is an annex to the house, but sheltered by a high garden wall which affords ample privacy if you want it. It is all very peaceful and beautiful. This is an ideal base for touring, on the edge of the hilly Luberon to the east and the Van Gogh country of Arles and St. Remy to the west. Daily markets offer excellent local produce and lovely wines. Not to be missed are nearby hill-towns like Menerbes and Gordes, as well as lesser-known Lourmarin nestled in a sunny warm valley. Sightseeing opportunities abound, though we seldom got beyond the restaurant terraces where we lingered over sumptuous lunches. Special mention should be made of the cuisine at Sous le Micocouliers in the village of Eygalieres, where the multi-course luncheons under the trees in the garden were a gastronomic high-point of our trip. We would certainly enjoy a return visit, and recommend Sheherazade in the highest possible terms!"
    Guest: Ronald T. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014
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  • Good Base for Exploring

    "We stayed here - two couples - for a week in September 2014 and enjoyed our stay. The town of Apt is a good base for exploring the villages of the Provence / Luberon area including Roussillon, Gordes, Menerbes and Bonnieux and is only about an hour from the autoroutes and Avignon. The town has all the standard amenities - shopping, restaurants and markets. It is an old town so most of the streets are not suitable for vehicles. For drivers, park beside the river adjacent to the D900 or the market square to the east of town. Note the warnings for flooding during heavy rain or cars being towed for the market so that there are no surprises. The apartment is located in the center of Apt, a block away from Ste Anne's Cathedral, about five minutes away from the parking areas, and consists of the upper floors in an old building. It is quite difficult to imagine the layout from the photographs so this may help. The apartment is accessed by a narrow staircase and the main level is about fifty stairs from the street level. The main level contains the kitchen and living area, one bedroom and loft, toilet and shower / laundry room. The kitchen is well equipped with all the modern conveniences and a table and chairs for dining. The living area is small with few chairs but has TV and Wi-Fi connections. The TV sound did not work while we were there but that was not an issue for us since we were not watching any TV. The Wi-Fi connection was reliable and we used it with an Ipad for email etc. On the same level is the first bedroom with a double bed. This also is the access to a small loft with a small bed. This would be suitable for a couple with a young child. The toilet is a separate WC, and the shower and laundry facilities share the same room. On the next upper level (another dozen or so stairs) is a loft which overlooks the kitchen / living area. This has twin beds and a low beam. You will at some time (guaranteed) bang your head on the beam. On the next upper level is an enclosed rooftop loft (another ten or so steps) with a table and a few chairs and a pleasant view over the rooftops of Apt. The apartment was clean and many basic items were provided - salt and pepper, dish soap, garbage bags, laundry detergent - and stores were within walking distance. The apartment is well run and the owner is flexible and personable and available if you have any questions or need assistance. We would recommend this property to others."
    Guest: frankmpls D. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: November 18, 2014
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Luberon Area Travel Tips

Luberon Area Rentals for Quintessential Provence Travel

If you are planning a French vacation, Provence travel should be high on your list, especially if you have a love of food, wine, arts, and crafts. In the Provence region, you will find Luberon. Luberon Area rentals allow you to experience France at its very finest. Surrounded by vineyards, orchards, hill-top villages, exceptional local foods, and areas made famous by both Cezanne and Van Gogh, any Luberon Area accommodation is sure to impress.

Design Your Own Vacation in a Luberon Area Accommodation

If you are planning your own Provence travel, you will want to be able to immerse yourself into the true experience of the area. This means finding a Luberon Area accommodation that will fit your family’s needs for the entire length of the vacation. If you plan to stay a short while and avoid cooking, your rental does not need to be fully equipped. However, if you plan to stay for the season and cook your own Provencal food, then you may want Luberon Area rentals with fully equipped kitchens.

Become Part of Town with Provence Travel

The beauty of Provence travel is that during your stay in the Luberon Area, you can become a part of daily village life. Get to know the local restaurants and cafes for breakfast which are likely right down the street from your Luberon Area accommodation. Fill your days at the local markets, art galleries, and shops. And do not leave your rental without your camera. There are many old buildings and ancient streets that you may just want a snapshot of.

Enjoy French Cuisine and Wine in Luberon Area Rentals

You simply cannot book Luberon Area rentals without experiencing the local cuisine and wine. Provence is well-known for its food and drink so it is a foodie’s delight. In fact, many visitors attest that eating and drinking were the highlights of their vacations. If you like, schedule to take a cooking class locally, so that you can recreate your Provencal trip at home.

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