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Recent Provence reviews

  • Lavender Days

    "Our party consisted of 3 couples who "bought into" one person's bucket list item of seeing the Lavender bloom in Provence. We chose to stay at this home in Sablet because it was fairly central to the lavender fields, in a small village with cobblestone streets, stores for what we needed, the house had 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and the owner is a "foodie" which meant that his kitchen would no doubt be wonderful. We were not disappointed in any way! Not only was the kitchen a dream but the whole house felt like the owners had thought of everything visiting guests would need. We were met by the folks who maintain the home; received a great, warm welcome; an orientation to the facility and good information about the town. One of our favorite places was the patio which has a retractable awning. You could sit outside any time of day and be comfortable. Built into the patio wall was an herb garden which we tended with loving care and used some of its bounty. The owners were great to work with and very prompt in responding to our questions."
    Guest: Jim&Nancy Donatelli Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Comfortable Village House with Pool

    "This semi-detached house in the village of Eyragues is ideally located for a couple or a family to explore the delights of Provence: Avignon, Arles, Nime, and Les Baux de Provence, are within an hour's drive. And Saint-Remy is only 10 minutes (7 Km) away. (But get there early, especially on a market day, because parking can be a hassle.) The house is rustic, clean, well maintained, and very comfortable. The rooms, including the bedrooms, are large and well furnished. The pool is smallish, but is surrounded by a wall so one can swim is complete privacy. The center of the village of Eyragues is a short walk away and has all the amenities needed for daily sustenance (cafe's, restaurants, boulangeries, etc.) My wife and I stayed for two weeks in mid July and highly recommend this home, particularly for families with children."
    Guest: John F. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 14, 2014
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  • A beautiful place to stay - thank you.

    "We stayed at Mas de Breuil in early July 2014 and it was one of the best rental accommodations we have ever used. We have a lovely home ourselves with nice kitchen and bathrooms and I always want just as high a standard when on holiday. We were not disappointed. The gite is converted from old farm buildings in the grounds of an ancient hunting lodge, where the owners live. There is one other smaller gite across the yard and you can use the swimming pool and tennis court. The whole gite is tastefully furnished with antique and rustic furniture and pieces of art. The accommodation is on three floors. On the ground floor is a very large lounge/dining room with a kitchen and a utility room plus a separate toilet. There is a modern dishwasher and washing machine plus two fridge/freezers. We saw a travel cot and a highchair stored here. There is a bedroom with two single beds (that can be pushed together) on the ground floor. This room has an en-suite shower and toilet - there is no door but there is a dividing wall. This bedroom would be ideal for someone with limited mobility as access is completely level from outside and the shower/toilet area could be easily accessed with a wheelchair. On the next floor there are two bedrooms, each with two single beds, plus a separate shower room and a separate toilet. On the top floor under the eaves is a large double bedroom with its own bathroom (or was it a shower room - didn't go up there much!). So it accommodates eight very comfortably. Each room has air conditioning - wonderful! The only suggestion we would make to improve the gite would be to add an extra sofa - there weren't enough comfortable seats for all seven of us to sit and watch a DVD - we brought in a couple of (nice) deck-chairs from outside to deal with this. The owner was friendly and helpful, both during the booking process and on site. There is a big, black, bouncy, barking dog, which is also very friendly and which we enjoyed playing with but you might like to be prepared if you have dog-phobic members in your party. Parents with young children should also be aware that the swimming pool is not fenced off and that there are pieces of agricultural machinery, and a small river, within walking distance - there is no enclosed garden and small children would need to be watched (but that's normal, isn't it). Overall we would definitely recommend this gite to anyone wanting a comfortable holiday in this beautiful part of France."
    Guest: Carolyn W. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • GÉNIAL!!!

    "3 Familles, dont 6 enfants agés de 7 à 10, ont passées de formidables vacances dans cet magnifique domaine! Tout est génial! Les deux maisons sont propres et le jardin est très soigné. (parfait pour toutes sortes de jeux, tels que footbal, boules, kubb,...) La localisation de la maison est superbe pour organiser des petites excursions dans le Lubéron, même pour les activités sportives, chacun peut y trouver son défi (jogging, vélo, balades,.....). Malheuereusement on a pas eu la possibilté de faire la connaissance personnelle à Brigitte et Patrick, mais le frère de Patrick, Eric, nous a bien accueilli et encadré. On a passé la dernière soirée ensemble avec Eric et c'était bien rigolo et très sympa! On a envie d'y retourner!!!"
    Guest: Diane K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 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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