House Rental Provence - La Maison des Artistes
House Rental Provence - La Maison des Artistes
Experience the history, culture and beauty of nearby Avignon from your own house rental in Provence. Avignon is a wonderful medieval city worth spending your days exploring its many sights and shops. With so many things to see and things to do, youâ€™ll appreciate coming home to relax at your Provencal house. Imagine sipping a glass of local wine by the fireplace sharing stories with your family.
This restored village house is a traditional Provencal building with parking available on the street.
(150 m2/1,614 ft2)
Ground Floor: The front door opens into a large living/dining room with an exposed wood beam ceiling and fireplace, several couches, armchairs, a TV, VCR and stereo. The dining area has a table with seating for six people. A fully-equipped kitchen features two ovens, dishwasher, washing machine and a breakfast table. Above the living room is a loft with an AC unit. The bedroom has a standard double bed (140 cm) which is comfortable for one but cozy for 2! This bedroom has a nice sitting area. There is bathroom, tub with hand held shower head, and a separate WC. There is also a bedroom with a king-size bed (180 cm), AC unit and a safe.
First Floor: Up several steps is a very nice courtyard entryway equipped with patio furniture and a barbecue. There is one queen-size (160 cm) bedroom with an AC unit and its own bathroom with shower and a separate WC.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash.
* Housekeeping (Additional): Upon request
* There is an English-speaking Meet & Greet upon arrival.
* Housekeeping is provided 2 hours, twice a week (total of 4 hours per week). Additional Housekeeping can be arranged for an additional fee.
Additional amenities include: city centre, pets considered, housekeeping available - extra cost, walk to town, cd, semi-detached house, outside area - private, air conditioning - partial house.TripAdvisor property ID 2027013...Read more
Left on 11/10/2012 for a stay in October 2012 | SophieReviewed Nov 10, 2012Stayed Oct 2012
The place was wonderful from the moment we pulled into the gorgeous medieval town and arrived at this 14th century dwelling that had served as a dwelling for cardinals centuries ago.
The overall feeling was one of being transported into the Old World. Except for the amenities of the place! There were three great sleeping areas, all very private, one in a little turret with its own bathroom. The other two rooms share a full bath and a half bath. The property also has lots of options for mealtime. There is a table outside, one in a greenhouse terrace attached to the kitchen, and for more formal dining there is the long oak banquet table in the main living area.
There are many wonderful towns like Chateau-Neuf du Pape and Avignon, and market towns like St-Remy, all within a short distance. But Villeneuve itself has some truly wonderful gardens with stunning views both in the fortress and at the other end of town, as well as one of the largest monasteries in France. The town also had restaurants, bakeries, and other shops within walking distance which were quite good.
Left on 06/11/2011 for a stay in May 2011 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Jun 11, 2011Stayed May 2011
The villa was amazing! The space was larger than anticipated and very nicely furnished. We were very comfortable and always looked forward to returning to our "home" in Provence after a day of travel.
The back courtyard was beautiful, peaceful, and very spacious making it ideal for relaxing or having a meal. There were three separate dining areas and flowers throughout the courtyard. We also liked the location of the villa which was very convenient to local shops so we could walk to the food market and bakeries. The kitchen was very well equipped with state of the art appliances.
Only having one shower made it a little inconvenient with four people. The bathroom with the tub was very large, but because there was no shower curtain or way to hang the hand shower, no one took a shower there.
We loved the small villages filled with history that were an easy day drive from the villa. Our cruise around the bay at the Marseille port was beautiful.
Left on 07/30/2004 for a stay in July 2004 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Jul 30, 2004Stayed Jul 2004
I loved the courtyard. We spent many evenings relaxing with a bottle of wine outside. The living room is spacious and relaxing with huge windows and wonderful views.
Only one bathroom had a bathtub, the other bathroom was so tiny I don't think a very large person would be comfortable in it. It can be warm in summer, and there is no air conditioning.
There are wonderful restaurants all within walking distance. Avignon is just across the river and all of the wonderful sights of Provence are only hours away. The Fort and the Abbey in Villenueve are within walking distance and are very interesting.
Left on 06/29/2004 for a stay in June 2004 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Jun 29, 2004Stayed Jun 2004
The location was wonderful. The Aubergine restaurant down the street is not to be missed. The accommodations are even better than the picture you provided. The owner is charming. There was food in the refrigerator.
There are cats, which some of us were allergic to.
It was the old city outside the walled city of Avignon. It was lovely in itself and very central to all of Provence.
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