Cosmic Villas is proud to provide this. In a charming medieval village, there is a splendid eight-bedroom house called the villa.
It is difficult to think of a better site for touring Provence than one that is surrounded by forests and a mountainous terrain.
Although the house is located in the centre of the village, as soon as you enter the grounds through the gates, you will find yourself in a tranquil, beautifully planted garden.
The grounds are a magnificent sight to be greeted with as you arrive for your vacation, with shade-giving trees, scented lavender plants, and beds of flowers and herbs everywhere you turn.
The house has characteristic French style shutters and was constructed from local traditional stone.
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Open fireplaces and exposed stonework indoors are complemented by contemporary interior decor.
The villa's floor to ceiling windows let the warm light and vivid colours of the garden fill the space, fostering a tranquil atmosphere.
When your group wants to gather in the evening, there are two living rooms: one with cozy sofas surrounding a fireplace and one with an open-plan layout and big sofas with a home theatre screen that's ideal for viewing a movie in the evening. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining table right next to the living areas, however if the weather is nice you may prefer to utilize the summer kitchen and eating areas in the garden.
Up to 16 guests can stay in the villa, whether you are travelling with your entire family or a group of friends.
The main residence contains five bedrooms, each of which has an own bathroom or en-suite.
The yard provides access to three additional bedrooms, two of which have their own kitchenettes.
These separate rooms are excellent for giving people some privacy from the main group, such as elderly people or couples.
You can be sure that you will spend a lot of time outside enjoying the gorgeous garden and its heated, private pool.
The expansive garden also includes cozy covered terraces and a variety of other areas for dining and lounging.
If you're feeling energetic, try your hand at table tennis, boules, or the well-equipped gym at the residence.
The village is right beyond the garden gates if you want to pick up some croissants for morning.
Despite its diminutive size, this charming medieval village provides everything you might possibly need near by.
It is a great area to explore, and there is even a museum, Roman ruins, and castle towers from the thirteenth century. Additionally, there are a lot of excellent restaurants and several lovely craft stores.
Saint-Remy de Provence, which is only 13.5 kilometres away from the property, is another destination you may visit nearby.
A bustling marketplace and town squares dotted with cafes and eateries are the focal points of this city.
Since the town has been inhabited since Roman times, it is a great destination for history buffs.
The town's current architecture is a blend of Renaissance and 18th-century structures, and it boasts a quaint old town that makes a lovely setting for dinner.
The town has a strong history of supporting artists, and now you may find handicrafts and artwork in market stalls and artisan shops.
Vincent Van Gogh, a famous artist, visited Saint-Remy de Provence.
Visit the chambers where Van Gogh resided and painted at the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole abbey if you're interested in his paintings or just his intriguing life story.
Arles, a sizable city, is only 17 km distant by car, or you might spend the day in Avignon, the former papal city, which is only 37 km away.
MAIN HOUSE: (550m2)
Grounds: (6000 m2) outside