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Recent Provence reviews

  • Vacances idéales dans mas classé meublé 5 étoiles

    "A la recherche d'une grande maison pour un regroupement familial, nous avons trouvé ce mas ! Location grand luxe inespérée pour accueillir autant de personnes. L espace jour ouvre aussi bien sur le jardin que sur une terrasse immense avec une vue impressionnante sur Vaison et l'horizon. Le séjour est avec un plafond pleine hauteur et une cheminée grande comme dans un château dans laquelle on peut rentrer entier!! Piscine spéciale nageur 14 mètres de Long énorme et en plus chauffée ( pas en février ) L' espace chambres est immense, l équivalent d'une maison remplie uniquement de chambres avec des salles de bains et wc dans chacune. L' accueil est pro et la maison parfaitement tenue. Propriétaires gentils et sportifs, pleins de bon tuyaux sur de belles randos à pieds ou en vélos. Si vous louez cette maison, passez le bonjour des savoyards qui ont trouvé une meilleure neige au Ventoux (20 minutes) que chez nous!!!"
    Guest: Olivier M. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 24, 2015
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  • A memorable stay at La Jassine

    "Although our encounter with the hosts was quite brief we enjoyed so much meeting with them . The feeling is so nice in their house where you can see that all has been arranged to make your stay comfortable and worryless . We felt very privileged to be able to get so easily to Lourmarin which is such a nice and quaint village typical of the Luberon and of Provence .We also appreciated the fact that the house is located in such a good environment that one can easily walk around the nearby hills or drive towards so many of the places of interest which are available in the vicinity of La Jassine .Indeed a very memorable stay at this excellent home ."
    Guest: xavier r. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 11, 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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  • In my dreams!

    "Have not visited here, but would love to. I've been taking french here in Sun Lakes,Az for the last 2 yrs. Would love to visit here!! The village at St Cannat sounds lovely and I'm sure I would love it here. I am also looking for a "guest" home where I could rent a room and live w/a family for over a month or so and work on learning french. So if anyone out there is up for my visiting them please let me know and we'll work out the particulars. Thanks so much."
    Guest: sillygoose Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 17, 2014
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