The ancient mas has been beautifully renovated. What could possibly be better than sipping a cold pasties while bobbing in the beautiful salt water pool over looking a gorgeous vineyard! Elisabeth has done a wonderful job including thinking about what a visitor would like; multiple bicycles to enjoy, flotation toys for the pool, a complete kitchen even down to a juicer for enjoying fresh squeezed orange juice every morning! Her staff comprised of Robert and Odila comprised a light-hearted and fun stay for us. Waking every morning to the beautifully fragrant Linden tree, the fruit bearing fig trees and fresh rosemary in the garden was appreciated! Evenings stretch out until 10-10:30 watching the sun go down with a glass of Cote-Du-Rhône wines from the local Visan and Valreas vintners were great; if you can, locate the Carrainne Cote Du Rohone L’Adret du Pont~Rouge. A better tasting wine in the 8-9 euro range can’t possibly exist; what a treat.we used the house as a base of operations to visit farmers markets that occur in one town or the other every day of the week in surrounding Villages. The A Delice aix Provence restaurant is superb, the Hotel Brasserie on the Main Street was very good and the waitress was as sweet as could be. We have visited Provence 10 times over 25 years and this stay, at this village, with these people as hosts made it the best trip ever!
This chateau has been newly updated and very clean. We were a large family group of 11 and truelly enjoyed our stay.
Benoit and Evgenia were very sweet and accomidating. Wish we could have spent more time there and a had more time with them . A week just didn't seem like enough! It's a short walk to town. We enjoyed driving the countryside to other towns and no more than an hour drive to Avignon or Gordes. So many places to see and so much to do!