The four bedrooms are complemented by a private pool and glorious gardens, making this an ideal property for friends or families wishing to discover the wonders of southern France.
This elegant 18th century farmhouse is close to one of Provence’s most idyllic villages.
Great respect has gone into restoring this property, retaining for many of the original features such as exposed stone, tiled floors and wooden beams.
This is complemented by the calm ambience and minimalist style, along with the contemporary features.
Romantic touches can be found in the bedrooms, with Juliet balconies accessed by French windows.
A stunning stone terrace surrounds the 13m long swimming pool, where you can relax in a deckchair and take in the glorious surroundings.
The summer kitchen is ideal for preparing feasts in, with its pizza oven and barbecue.
St-Remy is just five minutes away, perfect for art lovers due to it being popular with Vincent Van Gogh.
The Route des Artistes takes place on selected Sundays in the summer, where you can explore local artists showing off their work.
There are also many restaurants for you to try in this town, whether you are looking for down to earth bistros of Michelin starred restaurants.
Gogh’s precious Arles, are both within easy reach. Gordes is yet another one of the beautiful villages worth visiting with stunning architecture, set in the outstanding Luberon region, surrounded by lavender fields in the summer months.
Don’t miss the lively city of Avignon during your stay. Explore the winding medieval streets, experience further excellent dining opportunities and visit two UNESCO world heritage sites, the Pope’s Palace and Saint Benezet Bridge. The covered market offers all sorts of delights or head to the weekend farmers, flower and flea markets for wonderful local produce and a bargain or two.
Those looking for activity have so much on their doorstep. There is both horse-riding and golf within a short drive and both the immediate and wider area are a walkers and cyclists paradise with stunning countryside and landscapes. Older children will love kayaking in the Sorgue and there are plenty of other family friendly activities throughout the region from model railways, open castles to trekking across the tree tops and visiting a zoo.
Two of the beds measure 160x200cm, one measures 200x200cm
This villa is located a short drive or leisurely 20-minute walk to the centre of St-Rémy (1.5km), an idyllic Provençal village in the heart of Les Alpilles National Park. The village is well known for being popular with artists, many live in the area and display or sell their works of art in the village’s art galleries. The most famous artist of all has to be Vincent Van Gogh who checked himself into the asylum St Paul de Mausole, which can be visited today, and created 150 paintings including ‘Starry Night’. In the summer months, on selected Sundays, the ‘Route des Artistes’ fills with local artists showing off their work creating a wonderful and bustling atmosphere.
The town is also famous for its many restaurants, from down to earth bistros found on pretty narrow streets to Michelin starred establishments. The surrounding countryside is rich with olive groves and vineyards with private tours and tastings easily arranged. Food lovers, don’t miss the market on a Wednesday morning!
You are of course in the heart of this formidable area of vineyards, idyllic villages, world-renowned towns, and summer landscapes of sunflowers both in Les Alpilles National Park and beyond. Baux-de-Provence, one of France’s acclaimed ‘plus beaux villages’ and Van