Beautiful Old Stone House in the Village of Sablet

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

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Beautiful Old Stone House in the Village of Sablet

"La Trouvaille" is a genuine find in the delightful village of Sablet. Built into the 12th-century ramparts of the medieval part of the village, this beautiful old Provencal stone house serves as a local landmark because of the hole in the wall--'le trou'--which creates the terrace. Ideal for visitors who want to feel the pulse of village life, this house has a crêperie and a boulangerie as neighbors.

Throughout, the beauty of walls of locally-quarried stone, traditional Provençal ceilings of plaster and dark exposed beams, and handsome traditional tiles give “La Trouvaille” its special warmth and character. The house is spacious and inviting, ...Read more

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Beautiful Old Stone House in the Village of Sablet
Sablet, Provence, France

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Sablet is one of several Côte-du-Rhône wine producing villages in this area of the Vaucluse. Sablet is truly a working wine village, with more than 20 wine producers. The local tourist office offers an inviting tasting room and offers weekly tours of local wineries during the summer months. Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Beaume-de-Venise, Cairanne, Roiax and Chateauneuf de Pape are all within easy driving distance.

Sablet is uniquely situated to provide easy access to many attractions in the Vaucluse. Explore Roman ruins or attend a live production in an antique theater in Vaison-la-Romaine or Orange. Visit a different Provençal market every day of the week, including our favorites in Vaison-la-Romaine, Bedoin, and Ste.-Cecile-les-Vignes. Take a lovely stroll to Seguret or picnic on the hillsides. Ride a bicycle among the vines or challenge yourself to ride or hike to the summit of Mont Ventoux--a classic Tour de France route. Search for treasures at a local "vide grenier" or the famous antiques market in Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.

A car is required. Parking is available across the street in one of two town parking lots, as well as along the village streets.

Closest airports are in Marseille and Nimes. TGV station in Avignon.

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Nearest airport: Marseille, 67.98 miles
Nearest train station: Avignon TGV, 28.02 miles
Car is essential

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