- Three bedrooms, three bathrooms
- Maximum occupancy: 6 guests
- In Fontvieille village
- About 15 minutes drive to Saint-Remy-de-Provence
- Swimming pool (7 x 2.5 m)
- Maid service three hours daily, three times per week
- Additional maid service, cook, butler, chauffeur on request
This is a beautifully restored and decorated authentic stone house in the heart of the village of Fontvieille, located close to the main square with its shops, restaurants, and cafes. High Provence cypress trees surrounding the garden keep the property private..
A lovely terrace with outdoor dining area and summer lounge, are shaded from the sun and heat by trellises. There is an “Orangeraie” summer lounge of 25 m2. The main garden is 400 m2 with pool made of natural stones. A few restored cabins including a room with washing machine and dryer, barbecue room with small wine cellar, separate toilets, technical room.
Fontvieille is a few miles from the castle of “les Baux” and Saint Rémy de Provence. The mill of Fontvielle is up a hill surrounded by olive trees. Around the village, there are many hiking trails on offer to allow you to appreciate the historical site and the nature that surrounds this charming mill.
Ground floor. Entrance hall opening onto the south garden. Cozy library with television and sitting room, a second living room communicating with the dining room and a modern fully equipped kitchen with table and chairs for 6 people. Formal dining room with round table.
First floor. Three en suite bedrooms: The master bedroom has a king size bed (180 cm), with TV and bathroom with walk-in shower and bathtub, double washbasins and separate wc. The second bedroom also had a king size bed (180 cm), shower room, washbasin and wc, and a third bedroom is a standard double (140 cm) with shower and wc.
Fontvieille is a little town located at the western end of the Alpilles mountain, on the first hills rising above the Rhone Valley. Fontvieille is deeply connected to the writer Alphonse Daudet, who lived in the village. His “Letters from my mill” (Lettres de mon Moulin) refers to mills that overlook the village. The most beautiful of these mills, and last to be remained in use until the early 20th century, houses a museum dedicated to the writer, but there are still three other partially ruined in the pine forest on the hills of Fontvieille. Alphonse Daudet often resided in the castle of Montauban, a beautiful building of the late 18th century, at the invitation of relatives and friends, Ambroy family. The castle is now the property of the town.
- Fontvieille village: a few steps
- Maussane: 8.4 kms
- Paradou: 6.7 kms
- Arles: 10 kms
- Saint-Remy-de-Provence: 18 kms
- Les-Baux-de-Provence: 9 kms
- Eygalieres: 26 kms
- Avignon: 31 kms
- Chateauneuf du Pape: 46 kms
- Gordes: 58 kms
- Lourmarin: 62 kms
- Aix-en-Provence: 79 kms
- Nimes airport: 35 kms
- Avignon airport: 36 kms
- Avignon TGV: 28 kms
- Marseille airport: 78 kms
- Nice airport: 243 kms
|1st January to 4th June||€5000|
|4th June to 3rd July||€6000|
|3rd July to 28th August||€7125|
|28th August to 2nd October||€6000|
|2nd October to 31st December||€5000|
Security Deposit: €4000
All prices are in Euros and subject to confirmation at the time of booking
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A beautifully restored and decorated property in the heart of a charming village, a short walk to shops and restaurants. The village is deeply connected to the writer Alphonse Daudet, who lived there