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Reviewed 23 June 2017

We stayed here for 5 day, and it was perfect. The location is very good, near the city of Gordes and the other small villages. The room was good, spacious, cosy, very clean, and the bed was comfortable. We stay in the second floor, the room smell wonderful and have light and a air conditioner. The bathroom was good too, the shower was great, hot water, hairdryer and heater. The inn is very beautiful with a fountain in the middle, and have a room with basic kitchen suppliers, for enjoy the local food the we bought in the local fairs. They have a refrigerator also, and it was very useful. Wine, cheese, bread, olives, it was really good.
They have parking spaces, a beautiful pool that we didn't use cause it was cold, and bikes to the guests. To visit Provence, the best thing is have a car, or driver, so you can go to all the villages and city's near.
The only downside for us was the breakfast. The experience of having breakfast outside, by the fountain, was very good, but the breakfast is very simpls, croissant (very good!), or bread, with many types of jam (delicious) and honey from the local market, and fruit, coffee and juice (not natural). It would be great if it had some egg, cheese, or more itens, but still worth the stay.
It's quite inside the rooms, and I really love the whole experience.
Luke, the owner, gave all the help that we need, and a map with all the villages, and answer all our questions.
The wifi was not perfect but works for us.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Fernandage
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Very charming B&B close to all the major cities in Provence. Has a clean pool, delicious breakfast, with wonderful hosts! Has bicycles available for use, but we had a rental car so we did not use. Would recommend as your home base in Provence!

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jay L
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Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

This beautiful French farmhouse is set back off the main road, surrounded by trees and fields. The outside of the house is stunning and very well kept. With a large terrace area where breakfast is served and a sitting room area with tea, coffee, glasses etc.

The pool area is perfect, and looks brand new. The pool is one of the best I've used!

Breakfast is delicious, the traditional croissants and bread but a huge variety of jams, honey and teas are on offer which is a lovely touch.

Jac was a great host and gave us tips and info on what was going on in the local area on the days we were there.

My only grumble would be that our room was very dark with little natural light and smelt a little 'fusty'. However, All rooms are decorated traditionally and are named after paintings which is a great personal touch.

I would definitely return to this idyllic country house.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Lees2012
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Reviewed 9 July 2016

This fabulous 17t century farmhouse with 5 rooms available is perfectly located just outside the town of Gordes. Driving down the gravel driveway past the field of poppies and through the gates we were met by the owner Luc and the loveable dogs. He showed us how to operate the courtyard entry and explained about the outer gates that close later in the evening. You are given a remote to operate those.We had a 1st floor room which was pleasantly decorated with a comfy bed and a good sized bathroom. The steps are steep and a little uneven which caused us no problem but if you were a little unsteady on your feet it would be best to request a ground floor room.
The property has a fabulous pool,area which we used every night of our 5 night stay. The courtyard where breakfast is served is also a great place to have pre-dinner drinks and nibbles. There is a common room that also has a small kitchenette which if fine for preparing simple meals if you don't wish to venture out for dinner. There is also a fridge, that you can use. Each room is allocated a shelf or container to store drinks and any food stuffs you purchase at the many markets.
Luc is the perfect host who manages to be available if you need him, but never is he too in your face unlike some other B&B's that we have stayed in. He also provides plenty of information on the surrounding area and suggests driving routes and places to visit.
The property is well maintained and very clean. The property also has a selection of bikes that you can use and it is easy to get to a bike trail which I suggest you include in your stay. I recommend this propert highly.

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Kaye P
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Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

This is a 17th century farmhouse Bed & Breakfast located near Gordes. Excellent location for exploring the Luberon, Provence, and Southern France areas.

Luc and Anne are the owners. They do a great job keeping the place looking nice. It is truly a beautiful setting. Luc pretty much does his job then leaves you alone. However, if help is needed he steps up to the plate.

A gravel drive past a poppy field leads you towards the stone farmhouse with its gated courtyard and blue shutters. The grounds have a lovely garden that buffers the property from the highway. We barely heard any traffic in May.

Luc serves breakfast which consists of a large selection of local jams & honey, breads & croissants, coffee & juice. Breakfast is served in the courtyard, weather permitting, otherwise inside the farmhouse. The Courtyard features a fountain.

Other amenities include a pool, which we did not use, a Glassed in Common room with small kitchenette and TV area. Also available is access to a Fridge to store your wine and cheeses, etc. Each room is assigned a personal bin in the fridge. Our room was well appointed and comfortable. Wifi is available but often not with a strong signal.

Be aware: while near Gordes, a car is definitely needed. There is no lift and 2nd floor rooms have steep stone steps to access. Wifi access reliability is an area the owners could improve.

We were there 3 nights. We would stay again.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
Thank TheVault
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