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Recent Luberon Area reviews

  • Séjour magnifique

    "Nous avons passé un séjour très agréable dans cette belle demeure provençale. La maison est spacieuse et permet à chacun d'avoir ses aises (nous avons logé jusqu'à neuf à un moment), la piscine est magnifique et la cour est un petit coin de paradis, le tout dans un environnement superbe. Le propriétaire est très sympa et disponible en cas de petit pépin. A recommander."
    Guest: Anne V. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Les Plaines holiday

    "After reading through the descriptions of many holiday villas in Provence we settled on Les Plaines as it looked the ideal match to accommodate our large family party. We weren’t disappointed, the views from the patio were superb and we spent many hours relaxing outside enjoying the al fresco dining and fine local wines. We wanted somewhere special as we were celebrating my wife’s 50th birthday. We also wanted to make such everyone had something to enjoy. This we succeeded in doing, visiting many of the idyllic towns and villages of the area to try the local markets and restaurants. This certainly went down well with the girls. The lads got to watch the Tour De France passing through Gordes only a few minutes down the road. Everyone enjoyed the swimming pool and all the home comforts provided at Les Plaines. As a special treat we decided to take advantage of the offer of having someone come in to cook a meal with a local Provencal flavour. Cosette the cook prepared an excellent meal for us and I would thoroughly recommend this option to anyone. Whilst we only stayed for a week the memories of the holiday will last long. Ian, Debbie and family Chester, England"
    Guest: ian Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 3, 2014
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  • Dawn breaks in Provence

    "The sign at the entrance to Montjalade now proudly says "Quai du point du jour". Every hour and every light - constantly changing- is a new discovery at this wonderful house. Owner Joan Duck is delighted to have transported the sign from the banks of the Seine, and has ensured that a stay in her Provençal paradise will indeed be a 'daybreak' for her visitors. The sun climbs through the trees from the east towards Reillanne and then lights the garden in a golden glow before gleaming on the clear waters of the pool. Afternoon brings strong contrasts, brilliance matched by deep shadows, and at night the pool reflects the moon and the breeze rustles the bamboos where the sparrows roost. Purple prose? Yes, I admit it, but Montjalade deserves Cézanne, who lived down the road, in Aix and I'm no painter so words are all I can offer. My wife and I are gardeners, though, and anyone who loves gardens will love Montjalade and recognise the care and love with which Joan has created this Eden, seeing that this plant will look just right there and that new tree here- just as a painting is created from a mass of tiny details. Yet at the same time, it is all unfussy and relaxed. That's also how Joan treats her guests- ever ready to help, guide. joke and suggest, but never to intrude, so that in this other Eden, we a Grandpa Adam and Granny Eve were left quite undisturbed to splash in the pool. When we needed help though, Joan was there. Grandpa Adam managed to drive the wheel of his car into a concealed ditch. Joan was at the ready with ramps and boards and helped by a passing stranger, the car was soon out, quite undamaged. What else? The house is lovely too- quirky, original, (like Joan) no straight lines anywhere, full of odd and ends and much to make for comfort, and lovely bathrooms. If you are a fan of Le Corbusier, this isn't the place for you. If you want peace, joy, pure air, ever changing light, and need your 'daybreak', go to Montjalade."
    Guest: Grandpa Adam Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 22, 2014
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  • 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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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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