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Recent Provence reviews

  • Have your own place with a touch of B&B

    "We have just returned from 16 nights in France. 7 nights at La Madone in Apt. The apartment was roomy and comfortable. Warm bread and pain au chocolat arrive at your door each morning. We especially enjoyed apertifs in the garden with the other residents and our host and hostess. A bit of converstion with Nathalie and Jean-Bernard was a delight. We may never get the opportunity to return, but would love to if it were possible. The location in Apt makes touring the mountain top towns (we had a car/no gps) and the lavender fields easy navigating Necessities like groceries were easily available. A good choice all around."
    Guest: Sandra P. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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  • Lovely property - would recommend and will return

    "We rented the Ancienne Poste for the first time this year. We've been coming to Provence for years and always wondered what it would be like to stay in a village rather than out in the middle of nowhere. The Ancienne Poste has converted us. You can wander out to the bakery, pop down to the bistro for a beer and to admire the view. We have three kids the youngest being three and they loved their home from home. What was kind of great was the fact that the ground floor is massive and open plan which meant the kids could run about without ever disappearing too far. The property was well designed and specd to a high standard. The owner told us that there was no concierge service but despite this we found the property manager really available and helpful - even without knowing too much English. The owner had an arrangement with a nearby hotel so that we could use their pool. We used this once during our stay but mostly found ourselves heading out to go biking, walking, village hopping and shopping. Thanks so much. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Provencegal Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • Charming

    "We spent a week here in late August 2012, and were lucky enough to come back for a few days last May. It is without a doubt one of the most effortlessly relaxing spots one could find in the world. The surrounding region borders on the excessive in its charms: fantastic nature for walks; lovely towns for coffee and food; perfect views to compliment a bottle of wine. The houses themselves are thoughtfully furnished, the pool is lovely an the garden is well kept. Most importantly, the entire experience is hassle free. Everything is so agreeable in fact, we're looking forward to visiting for a late summer's holiday again this year."
    Guest: Elliot Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • 2 semaines plus qu'agréables

    "Jouques est un joli village provençal, avec son marché dominical. A 20mn à pied de la maison, à moins de 30mn d'Aix, et à proximité du Lubéron, du Verdon et de la vallée de la Durance. Très bien situé donc pour rayonner en Provence. Environnement très calme, aucune nuissance de voisinage, hormis quelques passages de voitures, nous n'avons vu ni entendu personne. Le lotissement présente de larges parcelles, on a donc l'impression d'être seuls dans la nature, d'autant que c'est non clôturé. Situation en haut de colline, vue au loin, par conséquent parfois venteux. Attention à la piscine : grande longueur appréciable, qualité de l'eau incomparable avec une piscine chimique, mais demande plus d'entretien par vous-même. Les algues au sol et aux murs sont un peu déroutantes et ne destinent pas cette piscine aux jeux mais uniquement à la nage. Du coup, on passe moins de temps dedans. Intérieur spacieux, très propre et où il ne manque rien, chaque chambre ayant sa salle de bain ou douche. Si vous faites attention à fermer les rideaux, la maison restera fraîche et c'est bien appréciable la nuit alors que ça plombe la journée. Petits-déjeuners, déjeuners et diners agréables sous la grande terrasse couverte. Pour info, pas de barbecue, nous on en a apporté un électrique (charbon interdit). Le boulodrome est en friche et en pente, inutilisable : à revoir. Enfin accueil très sympathique par les propriétaires, ils nous ont invités à dîner car nous sommes arrivés tard. Puis très bonne relation tout le long du séjour, encore merci ! Nous n'avons pas vu passer nos 2 semaines de farniente et tourisme, ce qui est bon signe."
    Guest: Olivier-Pascal F. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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