|Tipo de imóvel||fazenda / quinta|
|Estadia Mínima||7 noites|
Encantadora casa de pedra velha em Provence, Drome Provencale, o país de lavanda e girassóis. A casa está rodeada por campos de girassóis, trigo e vinhedos. Cerca de 1 km de distância da pequena aldeia de St Gervais sur Roubion. Esta antiga fazenda é construído de 4 edifícios envolvidos em torno de um pátio, e rodeado por um luxuriante jardim com árvores frutíferas e flores magníficas. O pátio fornece sombra e proteção contra o vento ocasionais. No Sul, um terraço e pérgola oferecer um belo cenário para almoço e jantar ao ar livre com vista para os campos.
A casa tem três quartos em 2 pisos, e pode acomodar confortavelmente 6 a 8 pessoas.
O quarto andar de baixo tem uma cama de casal. Um dos quartos no andar de cima tem uma cama de casal e uma cama de solteiro, eo segundo quarto no andar de cima tem uma cama de casal e 2 camas individuais.
A casa tem uma grande casa de banho com banheira e lavatório, bem como uma máquina de lavar. Há, no mesmo piso, um chuveiro separado, e um lavabo.
A cozinha está bem equipada, incluindo forno e fogão, microondas, máquina de lavar louça, e uma mesa grande fazenda para 8. Abre-se para a sala de estar que é muito confortável, e tem uma grande lareira de pedra em torno do qual a sentar-se.
A casa está equipada para as crianças, com jogos, baloiços, bicicletas e muito para explorar. É um local tranquilo e romântico decorado com extremo bom gosto na tradição provençal deliciosa.
Um dos edifícios foi organizado como uma casa separada, onde um dos proprietário vive um ano. Nós nos referimos a este edifício como "a pequena casa". Abre-se para uma área separada do jardim, proporcionando total privacidade e tranquilidade para a casa principal. O residente da "casinha" viaja frequentemente e não é sempre lá, mas quando presente, ela é uma grande fonte de informações sobre coisas para ver e fazer na região, e está feliz em responder qualquer pergunta.
We spent a wonderfully relaxing week exploring this amazing area of France surrounded by pretty mountain villages and river gorges in the middle of Rhone valley in northern Provence. The house was perfectly equipped for an authentic French experience, with plenty of indoor and outdoor spaces to enjoy. Nearby villages offer an array of modern and traditional fare and culture, including Market days and local festivals. We were within easy driving of some of the most unspoiled and dramatic countryside as well as historic areas and larger cities. I will definitely return to this region again and stay at this fantastic family homestead which is the perfect base for get away from it all holiday.
The place is a treasure. Nestled in a part of Provence that isn't troubled by tourist throngs, "La Lauze was great getaway for our family. The layout provided a perfect combination of togetherness and privacy; the architecture an intriguing mix of ancient and modern; very clean and well-maintained; owners are relaxed and welcoming. Close to shopping, bakery, cafe, etc. I can easily recommend this place.
The first time we visited La Lauze, we were in absolute heaven. We are a family of five, and despite the variety of ages in our party, everyone's needs were met and exceeded for the duration of our visit - not an easy feat! The beauty, warmth and charm of the property and the Souquet family cannot be matched. From the moment of our arrival, we were amazed at how lovely and well-equipped the home is, as if every possibility has been anticipated and planned for.
The location of La Lauze is ideal. Surrounded by fields and nestled in a valley, the tranquility of the property is incredible. Yet, within a two hour radius, you will find everything you could imagine - from small medieval villages to bustling cities like Avignon to the Mediterranean Sea; from the Luberon to the Ardeche. No matter where the day brought us, the oasis of La Lauze awaited our return. A typical day went like this: Wake up around 7am, head down to the boulangerie for our baguette and croissants, return and sit in the courtyard over tea and croissants while perusing the schedule of the marches. We haven't been to that village yet? Then let's go!! We would grab the market basket and head out. The scenery while driving through the countryside is beyond anything I could hope to adequately describe - just stunning. Once at our destination, we would do our marketing, and then explore the village. If it was a larger village or city, we would perhaps stay and have lunch so we could do a bit more exploring. Then, back to La Lauze, where we would retire to the courtyard to read and relax for a time and where the children would play croquet, or rehearse 'shows' they had developed. Then, the absolute pleasure of preparing dinner with the bounty we'd found at the marche that morning. We might eat at the dining table in the kitchen, or in the courtyard, or on the terrace outside the courtyard (a favorite place to stage the shows). Then, bath and bedtime for the children, and time for my husband and I to relax in the courtyard or off the terrace with a glass of wine and watch the sun set over the mountains. How could it be more perfect than that? We did spend some days venturing further out and coming home just to roll into bed, but we found we missed our time at La Lauze and would find ourselves sticking closer the following day. Our 'once-in-a-lifetime' trip was so amazing, we had to return, which we did, two years later. We can't wait to return again!!
My two sisters and I escaped last July to the golden sunflower and fragrant lavender fields surrounding La Lauze. The large, fully equipped and comfortable stone house, with its surrounding lawn, fruit trees and views of the local dramatic mountainside provided a relaxing atmosphere and everything we needed for a relaxing and lovely French experience. A short drive away we found lovely markets, pristine little villages, and bustling but charming Montelimar where the Tour de France made one of its last stops before heading back to Paris. To barbeque and dine outside at La Lauze was a memorable experience. The people, the food, and the beauty of the Provence countryside made it difficult to leave. I HIGHLY recommend your stay at La Lauze; you won't forget it!
La Lauze: This stone farmhouse in the French Provençale landscape was the ideal getaway from my normal stress and work in New York City. It has a memorable, enclosed for privacy but open to the sky courtyard, which is very nice. We often ate looking out over the farmland on the terrace by the fig tree. The eat in kitchen is very country, and there is a bedroom downstairs and two more upstairs where one can have privacy. It was an unforgettable experience to visit the beautiful old villages like Poet Laval (that dates back to the time of the Crusades) and the village of Dieulefit. Wonderful! And if one likes a large city Montelimar is 20 minutes away, where Bégude is very small and only 5 minutes. Here one can get a fresh morning croissant, pain au chocolat or french bread. My girlfriend and her best friend loved the outdoor markets at the nearby villages, where we found fresh fruits (pêche blanche!), vegetables, olives and goat cheese. Delicious! For me I loved my walk in the mountains that surround and overlook the valley, and enjoyed the local pool. Unforgettable and magnifique!
Drome Provencale. Montelimar-Dieulefit.
15mn da estação ferroviária de Montelimar e 45mn da estação de TGV (comboio de alta velocidade muito) de Valence.
A menos de 3 horas do aeroporto de Paris Charles de Gaulle ou por TGV.
1h30mn de Lyon.
Rios para nadar, vilas medievais (Poet Laval, La Laupie, Bourdeaux e mais), castelos medievais, lavanda, cerâmicas, os mercados locais ao ar livre, adegas, gourmet e restaurantes locais, de música de Verão e festivais de teatro, caminhadas, passeios de bicicleta.
Uma hora a partir do Canyon do Ardeche.
Uma hora de Avignon. Duas horas a partir do mar Mediterrâneo e as zonas húmidas de Camargue.
Outras atividades: Jungle Jim nas árvores
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 7 noite(s)
|Taxas||Sem taxas adicionais obrigatórias|
25% of the rental fee is required to confirm your reservation, as well as a safety deposit check of 500 euros, which will be returned after the rental, and when fuel (heating) bill has been received, and paid if applicable.
A fee of 60 euros is also to be paid for cleaning of the house upon your departure in cash for the cleaning lady.
The weekly rent includes the use of the house, water and electricity, and wood for the fireplace.
It does not include the heating, cleaning of the house during your stay, or the rental of sheets and towels.
Sheets and towels can be rented for an extra 10 Euro per person/per week.
The cleaning of the house can be arranged and will be payable per hour, in cash directly to the cleaning person.
Balance of the rental is to be paid by check or by wire transfer one (1) week prior to arrival.
Discount on rental fee if rental for more than 2 weeks at a time.
If reservation is made only within 1 month, or less, prior to your stay at the house, we ask that you pay the entire balance at the time of booking, as well as the refundable safety deposit.
****In case of cancellation less than 4 weeks before the date of arrival in the house, the 30% reservation fee will be kept.****