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  • Maybe yes.... Maybe no

    "I am torn on writing this review. I was angry the first couple of days but at the end of the week I was starting to come around on this rental... First things first... SPECTACULAR view of the bay. Incredible property, well maintained. Loved the putting green, bocce court, new dock to walk out and catch fish. It was an absolute million dollar view. The kitchen was one of the finest I have ever been in. Awesome views from the back of the house, living room, dining room and master bedroom. Great seating areas in the dining and living rooms. The shower in the master bath was awesome! Huge and nicely done. Loved the music in every corner imaginable in the house. Quiet location on road that doesn't get much traffic. These are are great things! Now the not so good.... The "pool" is three feet deep. Tops. Much shallower on other end. That was quite a surprise to the kids and me but we got over it after a few days. Not sure it's proper from to call a kiddy pool a "pool". If cannonballs and jumping into a deep end are what you envision, this is not the place for you. There are no closets. Not too big a deal, but for those sleeping in twin and queen rooms, there are air handlers in your closets that do turn on and off throughout the night. Just so you know.... The biggest turnoff for me was the louvered doors on the bedrooms. I just don't get this one. Nobody could sleep in and nobody could go to bed early in my group because there was absolutely no privacy. None. Might not be a problem for others but for me this is the reason I would not return. My wife absolutely LOVED the place and would come back in a second. I would have liked not hearing my friends in the next room snoring and coughing and..... I think you get the picture. If the louvered doors were replaced with solid wood I WOULD BE BACK IN A SECOND! But I'm the type of guy who needs privacy. Oh, also the detached apartment smells horribly of mold. Looks really nice inside, tho. Great getaway with large television and comfy couch!"
    Guest: Brad C. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 14, 2014
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  • Tranquil luxury at L'Ancienne Poste

    "We have just spent two glorious weeks at L’Ancienne Poste in Menerbes, a stunning perched village in the Luberon, made famous by Peter Mayle’s spirited book ‘A Year in Provence’. The second we entered the house, we felt that we were in a haven of calm. Whilst the architecture is breathtaking – one window spans all 4 floors, and an outside terrace has been cleverly carved into the hill – what impressed us most was the atmosphere of tranquility that has been created. The bedrooms are huge and airy, with shuttered windows opening onto a stunning vista of the Luberon valley, the bathrooms, replete with l’occitane products and monogramed towels exude luxury, while the kitchen, impressively equipped with copper pans and provencal platters is enough to inspire the most reluctant of cooks. With an abundance of local produce at the village markets (L’Isle sur la Sorgue on a Sunday morning was our favourite) and excellent local wine, every meal in around the large dining table felt like an occasion. Marie, the property manager, delighted us with her exuberance, charm and knowledge of the local area. It is easy enough to consult guides – and there is a plethora of literature on the surrounding area in the house – but it is hard to beat personal recommendations from a local whose objective is ensuring that you have a wonderful holiday. She had stocked the fridge with traditional French ‘basics’ – bread, cheese, wine, cold meats and fruits – for our arrival and was easily contactable throughout our stay to answer any questions or concerns. Menerbes itself is a very pretty village. Cobbled streets are bordered by lively restaurants and bars and the local supermarket has a good range of fresh fruit, vegetables, cheeses and wine. The views around the village are spectacular, particularly from the truffle restaurant that resides at the highest point, looking out onto a beautiful and historic square. We couldn’t recommend L’Ancienne Poste more highly and look forward to a return visit."
    Guest: Caroline C Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 11, 2014
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  • Great Getaway!

    "We brought together family from all over the country to attend my son's wedding. We had three family units staying in the house and the set-up was perfect. The house was nicer than even the pictures showed. We had a wonderful time and were very pleased with the accommodations."
    Guest: Happy Hoosiers Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014
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  • Even better than advertised. Great place!

    "We had a great time in this property. The attention to detail was evident throughout the entire place. The owner was super easy to work with, and is a real pro. The pics may not do justice - for a party of 6, I can't imagine there being much better deals than this. Thanks!"
    Guest: Joe A. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: December 23, 2013
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