Location, breakfast, day-trip recommendations were all excellent. But this B & B was special because of Vincent and Nathalie, out host & hostess. We arrived by rental car after a TGV ride from Paris. Parking was easy to find within 1-block of the B & B. Day trips by car to regional sites were marvelous. There was more to see and do in Provence, but our time ran out. Were we to stay for another week, we would have stayed at Le Patio d'Arles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With its 2,500 years of historical and artistic heritage, Arles, the lifeblood of Provence, shines with all its lights in the Arpilles mountains, at a mere stone’s throw from the Camargue region.Built in the 18th century, this old shipowner’s house was carefully restored in the original style and tradition and now stands proud on the right bank of the Rhône, within walking distance of the famous Trinquetaille bridge. Situated on the Way of St. James, it is also a convenient seven-minute walk to the Roman amphitheatre. ... more less