We just got back from this lovely little place in the mountains, and I still keep thinking about it. The service was warm and cordial and lovely. It's in an astonishingly beautiful location, high up in the mountains of Southern France. The room was modestly furnished, but clean and comfortable nonetheless. The view out my window was incredible, and in fact, that's the picture I'm posting with this review. There is a beautiful pool, although you have to climb a bit to get there. Blackberries were growing wild on the hillside when we were there, and you can walk to a nearby farm where there are goats and cows. We had the half-board rate, which included a lovely breakfast and dinner. The meals for dinner were high-quality, home-cooked dishes, although sometimes they weren't what Americans would be accustomed to eating (The "faux filet" is beef tongue, for example). There is a very nice outdoor grill for guests to use, and charcoal and wood are supplied. There is a Carrefour grocery store in nearby Largentiere, where you can buy things for lunch, including whatever you want to grill. It's a fully-stocked supermarket.
There are the most wonderful things growing all over the grounds -- lemon trees, chestnut trees and olive trees, for example. There are also some delightful pets at the property, which is something we really appreciate, as we miss our pets when we travel. There is a very gentle black lab dog, and a sweetheart of an orange tabby cat named "Tino, who would very much appreciate a can of Fancy Feast, if you happen to think of bringing one for him. The owners were warm, and sweet, and charming, and it was a lovely, lovely experience that none of us will ever forget.
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