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Recent Provence property reviews

  • Ideal base for visit to Avignon

    "This apartment was all that the previous reviews claimed. We spent a week here to explore Avignon and Villeneuve, Bertrand met us on arrival and provided us with information and advice for a great visit to Avignon and other areas in Provence. The apartment was a delight, clean, spacious and comfortable and the terrace was a real delight. Extra touches included a vast selection of music CDs and movie DVDs. The weather was quite hot and this apartment was so good to escape the heat especially in the evenings where we could sit and admire the Avignon view while having dinner. The apartment was a short walk to the main street of Avignon. Each morning I walk to the boulangerie to buy delicious bagettes and croissants. We would recommend the property to others looking for a base for travelling in the area, we actually went to Marseille one day so you're not limited to Avignon."
    Guest: Kevin & Penny T. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 30, 2014
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  • Super

    "Alles bestens. Prima. Erste Sahne. +++++"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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  • A Wonderful Place to Stay in a Wonderful Town

    "This is a little gem of a house in the lovely town of St. Remy de Provence. Charming and well-equipped, the 200 year old house has comfortable beds, a great shower, wifi, and a clothes washer and dryer (a real plus!). The location is perfect -- on a quiet back street but walkable to everything the town has to offer. Do not miss market day (Wednesday morning) -- it is a joy and a sight for all of the senses. Buy fresh, local, and wonderful meat, vegetables, fruit, cheese, bread and everything else to take back to the house to enjoy your meals. There is also a parking place, so you can keep a car which you'll want for day trips to all of the wonders of Provence: Arles, Avignon, Les Baux, the Luberon, wineries, etc. etc. Gilles and Patricia are lovely hosts who provide all the information you need about the town and the events taking place, as well as a welcoming bottle of Provence's typical rose wine. If you're planning a summer trip, be there for Bastille Day (July 14) to witness the "manifestations taurines" -- bulls running in the streets chased by "bandidos" (cowboys). A great spectacle! My single, small complaint is that the kitchen really needs a better coffee maker. I recommend this rental to anyone wanting a comfortable, clean, charming, well-appointed, and reasonably priced place to stay in a beautiful and friendly town."
    Guest: Joanne L. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "This place was perfect for our 5-night stay in Aix. Although it is in an old building, it is very clean, modern, and comfortable, and exactly like the photos show. The location is ideal, as you are only a few minutes away from the historic town center and can easily walk to the restaurants and shops. The owner lives right upstairs, and is very helpful and nice. You do not even have to bring a guide book, as he has all the latest ones in the apartment for you to borrow, as well as a map of the neighborhood. There are several small grocery stores near the apartment, if you want to get snacks or foods for breakfast, and one of them is an organic store, sort of like a mini Whole Foods. There were 3 of us staying in the apartment, and it was a far better choice than trying to find a triple room at a hotel, or booking 2 separate rooms. Not to mention just having a comfortable place to relax, with room to spread out. It was also convenient to have a washer/dryer in the apartment. Highly recommend!"
    Guest: June Y. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 21, 2013
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Provence Travel Tips

Reserve Provence Rentals and Explore the Local French History

While traveling throughout France, a visit to Provence is in demand to see many of the region’s breathtaking views and attractions. Enjoy the seasonal lavender fields that stretch as far as the eye can see, historical chateaus and even local abbeys found near Provence rentals.

Venture out from Provence Rentals and Enjoy the Natural Wonders

During the summer months, your Provence accommodation offers easy access to expansive lavender fields found throughout the local region. You’ll love the beautiful colors and photos that look much like a postcard. These wild lavender fields are accented by golden wheat fields seen throughout your Provence travel destinations, and serve as a gorgeous backdrop to many famous sites in the area and a highlight of your France vacation.

Choose a Provence Accommodation and Visit the Three Sisters

Senanque Abbey, Silvacane Abbey and Thoronet Abbey are known as the "three sisters of Provence," and are easily accessible from Provence rentals. These 12th-century abbeys were built to house monks of the Cistercian order. Enjoy a day away from your Provence accommodation, touring the church, dormitory and chapter house found in the abbeys. If you prefer, your Provence travel can even include a hike in the hills surrounding one of the abbeys, complete with a picnic and scenic view of surrounding lavender fields.

Include a Visit to Javon Chateau during Your Provence Travel

Built in the 16th century, the Javon Chateau served as shelter for many knights during the Renaissance period. This site, found near Provence rentals, evokes the feeling of stark royalty complemented by well-kept gardens. This Provence accommodation has been owned by the same family for the past five generations, and was recently used during the Second World War. Currently, the chateau serves as a private residence and cannot be toured, though the exterior offers beautiful photo opportunities to remember your Provence travel adventures.

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