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Mas des Palombes is a vast private estate - perfect for families or groups of friends, giving you all of the comforts of modern life in a storybook natural setting. Relax in comfort, with ample space and authenticity inside and out.
On the ground floor, there is an amazing, spacious kitchen (in addition to an additional work kitchen), with small dining area opening onto the terrace. Next to the kitchen, there is a large room with two separate areas: a beautiful living room with fireplace and a second larger open dining room, ideal for dinners and brunches together as a group. Both rooms are bright and also open onto the beautiful front terrace shaded by an old plane tree. You also have another intimate living room next to the stairs which leads to the bedrooms on the second level. This small living room is very cozy and comfortable, with a large fireplace. In accordance with the rest of the house, it is decorated with absolute refinement.
On the second floor, you have 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms. And on the top floor, 2 more bedrooms with 2 bathrooms offer additional space for larger groups.
This is a perfect estate for families wishing to spend time together in Provence, or even smaller groups looking to spread out a bit and enjoy privacy between rooms.
In addition to sight-seeing, the surrounding area offers a tremendous opportunity for cycling, hiking and dining. Delicious French cuisine and wines can be found in the surrounding towns and villages. Local wineries welcome visitors throughout the year, and the olive groves produce the best oil in all of France.
7 bedroom/ 5 bathrooms sleeps 14
Second Story (1er étage) Bedrooms/ Bathroom Layout
Third Story (2e étage) Bedrooms/ Bathroom Layout
Dimensions/ Depth: 12m x 6m - Depth 0,70m x 2m
Security (Fence, Alarm): Alarm by immersion
Salt water System: Yes
Note: Large pool with a nice view on the garden
3 hours, 3 times per week are included in the rental. Cleaning to take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday Linens changed weekly unless agreed otherwise. Maids not responsible for washing guest dishes/ pots/ pans or personal laundry.
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|Closest Village||Saint Rémy de Provence||9 KM||5.58 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||Les Baux de Provence||14 KM||8.68 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||Eygalières||20 KM||12.4 mi||Map||Village Info|
|Nearby Village||Maussane Les Alpilles||22 KM||13.64 mi||Map||Village Info|
Situated in the heart of the Alpilles, Saint Rémy is one of the "must-sees" in Provence. Surrounded by lush green perfumed valleys, its ancient streets are lined with beautifully restored old houses... you will soon be seduced by Saint Rémy's charm! While strolling through the narrow winding streets you will discover fantastic old fountains, shady squares, picturesque restaurants and elegant boutiques. Square From the place Jean Jaurès to the gates of the old town, you will come across a long succession of "hôtels particuliers" (often converted into museums or art galleries), convents, chapels, and ornate houses from the 17th and 18th century. The beauty of the countryside and the quality of light has inspired many artists, writers and painters. Without a doubt, the most famous was Vincent Van Gogh who produced more than150 paintings of the countryside surrounding Saint Rémy de Provence. You can walk to the very same places painted by the artist and discover the mountain of St Rémy, fields of wheat and coquelicots (wild flowers), olive trees and cypruses - all just as it was more than a century ago. Triumphal archSaint Rémy de Provence is an historic village built on one of the oldest archeological sites in Europe. Visitors can fossick among the remains of the "Comptoir de Glanum" which was founded in the 3rd century BC, before control passed to the Romans under Julius Cesar. The ruins have seen the passing of several civilisations and you can visit the "grands Thermes", the long residential avenue, the temple and the natural spring of a true gallo-roman city, dating from 30 to 10 years before Christ. Two important monuments are visible next to the site : l'Arc de Triomphe and the Mausolée des Antiques. Following a logical procession of the excavations at Glanum, you can then visit the archeological centre at the Hôtel de Sade, a splendid example of 15th century architecture.
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.
Saint-Rémy de Provence,
Les Baux de Provence, Eygalières and Maussane les Alpilles are beautifulvillages with plenty of nice restaurants and cafés.
Route des Vins
Historic cities of Avignon, Arles, Nimes and Aix en Provence.
Morning Outdoor Markets
Sunday: L'Isle sur la Sorgue
Wednesday: St-Remy, Mouriès
Thursday: Maussane les Alpilles
Within Walking distance
Hiking trails to the Alpilles starting from the house.
All kind of grocery shops in St Rémy.