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Recent Provence reviews

  • Highlight of our vacation!

    "This place was a highlight of our France trip. We had a wonderful stay for a week and we would gladly return. Sitting by the pool with the mountains right in the background was breathtaking. It was a great location to use as a base to travel around from. There is so much to see in Provence, but we also wanted to make sure that we spent some time just enjoying the house and the pool. We did some great hiking right out the front door beside the Luberon mountains.Within two minutes you are on a hiking trail right next to the mountains. We did a lot of sightseeing including Roussillon, Gordes, the Senanque Abbey, Menerbe, Sault, Buoux, and Oppede-le-vieux. We spent a full day at the beach in Cassis. But we really enjoyed our time at the house. We enjoyed playing Pool and Ping Pong as a family. The owners were great and made us feel very comfortable and gave us a lot of good recommendations. Everything in the house was top notch, including the washing machine and the kitchen, which made our trip even more enjoyable. We highly recommend this house for your Provence vacation!"
    Guest: Traveling Family from Philly Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 31, 2014
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  • Early autume in Provence

    "We had a very enjoyable visit in this home in Provence. The home and location was just as described. After shopping at the Sat. market the two evening dinners we prepared in the gourmet kitchen make us feel totally at home. We barbequed a third dinner looking out the roof top patio at a beautiful Provence sunset. One highlight of our visit was a climb to nearby famous Mt. Ventoux site of the Tour De France. The views from the top of both Provence, the Italian and Swiss Alps were spectacular. The owner responded quickly to any questions that we had, and we would recommend this rental to our friends."
    Guest: Cyclists Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 28, 2014
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  • As wonderful as the photos

    "You have seen the website. You wonder if it can be as lovely. It is. Not only is it as lovely, but it is in perfect condition and perfectly clean. The owners live nearby, and this is comforting. Do it. You will be in love with the Luberon, Gordes, sunrise and sunset And olive trees. Note: for two people only."
    Guest: robert s. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 1, 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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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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