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This apartment is lovely in every way! Perfect for 2 couples. Both bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and the living area and kitchen are exactly as pictured~such beautiful French décor and a wonderful kitchen with all modern appliances. We would walk to the boulangeries around town each morning, get our croissants & pastries and come back and cook breakfast. We also cooked in several nights. The whole apartment has been restored with exquisite detail. We loved how the tall windows in the main room look out over the village square with the fountain in the center and restaurants and shops all around. At least 3 days of the week we were there, there was a Market Day or Antique Fair with the vendors set up all around the square. On the other days & evenings, our view was like the French version of a Norman Rockwell painting, with couples strolling & children playing or riding their scooters. This location proved to be a great one as well. We took day trips to surrounding towns and villages such as Avignon, Arles, Nimes, and the Pont du Gard. A wonderful French experience that we will always remember fondly.
Dominique was a kind hostess and she provided us with some brochures to help us explore the area. Our "suite" had a bedroom and a bathroom, and a kitchenette type of room (microwave, water kettle, Bodum coffee pot, plates and cutlery for two). BUT there is no stove or refrigerator so it's not really a typical rental or a bed and breakfast (although you can ask for breakfast, it just wasn't possible when we were there since Dominique left shortly after we arrived.) It's located downstairs from the owner's house, so we only needed to lock the gate when we went out. We ate in the little courtyard (we bought salads and microwaveable meals). It's pretty remote so be prepared to drive a lot to find stores, places to visit or any kind of entertainment. We did a fair amount of driving (les Gorges du Tarn, Uzès, and other quaint villages.) This worked for three nights but would have been a bit too small for an extended stay.