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Change over day can be Saturday or Sunday for this property.
Nestled in a quiet corner of the Luberon, overlooking the famous Mont Ventoux, Gite St Véronique is one of two new properties, built specifically for holidaymakers who are looking for an authentic (and comfortable!) taste of life 'en Provence'.
The gite is very clean and good value for money. It has anopen plan design and is simple and stylist with tiled floors and tasteful furnishings. There's a double bedroom and a spacious mezzanine level with 2 single beds and a folding bed - perfect for a family of 4 or 5.
Although you're in a rural setting it’s actually only walking distance to the small village of Methamis where you can pick up your morning 'pain au chocolat' or baguette.
About the Manager
Colin and Helen Bowles (Property Manager Joie de Vivre Holidays)
Languages spoken:English, French
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:December 2003
Interaction with guests:
The discreet owners live in their own house on the same land and share the pool and garden. They are there if you need any help or advice, but otherwise leave you to enjoy your holiday
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
Winter heating fee - Oct to April:
$46 / stay
Bedding and towels can per hired, per person, optional:
$11 / stay
$57 / stay
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Contact the manager for exact address.
About the neighborhood
This location has the convenience of being close to a village, but is also ideally situated for exploring all that’s on offer in the surrounding countryside.
If you like to wander around the local Provencal markets, you’ll be spoile for choice! Bedoin Carpentras, Vaison, Mazan and many other towns in the area are well known for the excellent Paysan Markets where you will find local produce, grown and sold by some real characters! The local landscape is dominated by vineyards, country roads and quaint villages, all gently basking in the Provencal sunshine.
Overlooking this vista is the giant of Mont Ventoux. This is a 2000m summit that is famous for the challenge it poses to serious cyclists. If you are in the car, it also makes for a great day out with stunning views on a clear day! (Have a look at our Cycling in Provence pages here for more information about Mont Ventoux)
With good restaurants in abundance in this area, it’s not difficult to spoil yourself – holidays aren’t for dieting!
If you like a tipple, a well-trodden wine route starts at the door of your Villa. Vaqueras, Gigondas, Cotes du Ventoux and Cahteauneuf du Pape are all well known great wines of the region and are all within a thirty minute drive (Just make sure you have decided who’s driving back!)
How to get there
Airport: Marseilles, Avignon or Nimes: 24.9 mi
Railway: Avignon: 24.9 mi
Easy to reach by train, car or plane.
Fishing Nearby, Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Nearest Beach: 62.1 mi.