Villa Rental of the Week Mas des Cerisiers

Provence Villa Rental of the Week Mas des Cerisiers


Only Provence villa rental of the week is Mas des Cerisiers located in Bonnieux Provence.

For anyone visiting Provence, the village of Bonnieux is on the top of the to-do list.  Dating back to Roman times, this spectacular village perched on the edge of a hillside offers sweeping views of the Luberon valley.  Quiet cafés, boulangeries, and handful of quaint local restaurants line its cobblestone streets.  Only Provence is showcasing “Mas des Cerisiers” in its Villa Rental of the Week series, where we share details on the most exceptional villa rentals in idyllic setting in Provence.

For those renting a luxury villa in the South of France, nothing can quite beat having view of this ancient town from their breakfast table or pool lounger. Mas des Cerisiers is a four bedroom, four bathroom stone building, newly renovated old farmhouse named after the grove cherry trees found on the property.  The owners have done an exceptional job preserving the authenticity of the home while offering all the elements of comfort, luxury, and amenities.  The best part by far of staying at Mas de Cerisiers, is being able to walk through the countryside to Bonnieux for daily pastries, a leisurely lunch or dinner, or for the weekly market.



What makes this property special is the authenticity of the building, the large 10 acre private property, exceptional view of Bonnieux over the fields and a view of a nearby lavender field.  This place is the real deal!

Provence Villa Rental Mas des Cerisiers

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Only Provence co-founder Lydia Dean writes about their experiences raising a family, building a business in Provence, and later combining the love of travel with giving back in "Jumping the Picket Fence”. In 2021, she published “Light Through the Cracks,” a continuation of her journey, much of which has been based in Provence. Both books are available Amazon,, and Amazon.Fr.