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Mas de la Lauriere is a retreat in the quiet Provencal countryside offering a quiet, luxurious environment in which to relax whether in the living area, dining outdoors, or relaxing by the pool. The renovation and decoration are impeccable and offer an air of sophistication while maintaining elements reflective of the region. Beautiful materials and objects make the finishing touches just right. Air-conditioning was added to all 6 bedrooms in 2016. The ground floor remains cool with thick stone walls to help insulate in full.
Enjoy multiple exterior garden spaces throughout the day - Be it morning coffee or evening cocktails under the pergola to the east, dinners together under covered dining table to the west with outdoor kitchen, or simply relaxing by the pool; this property offers ample areas for lounging and truly taking time to relax on holiday.
Please note, Mas de la Lauriere can sleep up to 12 adults, or 13 guests in total with children (note, sofa bed in room #3 offers sleeping for 13th guest).
6 bedroom/ 6 bathrooms sleeps 13
Second Story (1er étage) Bedrooms/ Bathroom Layout
Third Story (2e étage) Bedrooms/ Bathroom Layout
Dimensions/ Depth: 12m x 6m
Security (Fence, Alarm): Electric security cover
Salt water System: No
Heated?: Yes, upon request
Please note that pool heating is dependent on outdoor weather conditions and specific temperatures cannot be guaranteed
Note: The lovely swimming pool (6 m x 12 m, 19.5' X 29') will be heated in May, June, September, October as needed at no additional cost.
2 cleaning hours Monday through Friday, and final cleaning included.
150 Euros per week supplement to heat the house in the cooler months. Linens changed weekly unless agreed otherwise. Maids not responsible for washing guest dishes/ pots/ pans or personal laundry.
Owner will offer a 20% last-minute discount on all open May and June weeks for 2017 - Please inquire.
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|Closest Village||Le Thor||5 KM||3.1 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||L'Isle sur la Sorgue||10 KM||6.2 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||Gordes||25 KM||15.5 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||Fontaine de Vaucluse||15 KM||9.3 mi||Map||Village Info|
This exclusive property is located near l'Isle sur la Sorgue which is one of those places in Provence that one has to see. This "island city" lies at the foot of the Vaucluse plateau in the plains of Comtat Venaissin.
Its colors are nature's green and the bright reflection of the water shining from the several canals running through its center.
The river Sorgue surrounds the city as if to hug it.
Walking along the canals you will notice how they run between the narrow ancient streets. There are little bridges to cross and great wheels to look at with mossy blades turning in the river. 1 kilometer from the city is the "partage des eaux" where the river splits in two and forms a small pond where plane trees and green foliage abound
Long ago, the inhabitants lived off crayfishing (up to 35,000 crayfish a day!), and the silk and paper industries used those great wheels in the river for manufacturing their local products.
History has left its mark on L'Isle sur la Sorgue and points out its importance in Comtat Venaisson in the 14thc. The Collegiate church Notre Dame des Anges has an exceptional Baroque interior and the 18thc, hospital pharmacy boasts a rare collection of Moustier faience.
Also, magnificent mansions have been converted into art galleries, in particular the famous Maison René Char (18thc.), now a museum exhibiting such great artists as Miro, Mauguin or Dufy and a display area dedicated to René Char.
Antique lovers and art collectors will be gratified by the nearly 300 permanent antique dealers and second hand shops here.
L'Isle sur la Sorgue hosts antiques' fairs at Easter and over the August 15th holiday that have given a worldwide reputation to this small city. More than 500 antique dealers and second hand dealers gather here to show their treasures to customers from all over the world.
This city is truly worth the trip! But just a suggestion: leave your car in the parking lot provided, and stroll around the town -slowly taking in the atmosphere and letting yourself be captured by its charms.
The easiest way to get to Inland Provence from the US is to fly to Marseilles International Airport (MRS). If you would like to see Paris, fly to Charles de Gaulle Airport then connect directly to the TGV(high speed train) from CDG TGV2 to Avignon TGV(3 hours direct) and rent a car. You would plan to see Paris on the way back, taking the TGV from Avignon TGV to Gare de Lyon, getting a cab to your hotel in the city.
Fontaine de Vaucluse
Restaurants and Luberon villages
Sunday: L'Isle sur la Sorgue
Thursday: Rousillion, Les Beaumettes
Friday: Bonnieux/Lourmarin Saturday: Menèrbes
Within Walking distance
Walks through the Countryside
Local shops and stores are only 5 minutes' drive