This is a typical apartment combining modernity and tradition, on the ground floor of a vast old house.
This house full of character is located in the heart of a Provencal welcoming village with access to all amenities (services, shops, restaurants, etc.)
On Monday mornings, Saint-Didier is animated by a Provencal market. It is located on the edge of Luberon, in the heart of the Comtat Venaissin, which boasts many historical, cultural, and sporty attractions as Venasque, Gordes, the Mont Ventoux, Avignon and its bridge, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, or L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.
This apartment (Miro), recently fitted with all the comfort, can accommodate between 2 and 4 people in a double bedroom and a sofa-bed for 1 or 2 people. It is well air-conditioned (warm/cold) and fitted with a television, a telephone, a broadband internet connexion, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a toaster, a tumble-dryer, etc.
In the garden and the courtyard, you will enjoy the big trees while having a pre-dinner drink or a snack. A barbecue is at your disposal.
We hope you will feel at home!
My late husband's grandfather was Gordes' mayor during 40 years. I was born in Belgium, under the eternal clouds. However, I have recently met a visual artist who brought me colour and light. I naturally wanted to share this wonderful region.
Jens or BL purchased this apartment in 1947
The family used to live off agriculture (cherries and table grapes). However, times have changed, as did Saint-Didier, now more touristic than agricultural. Furthermore, my husband and I had a serious car accident: he died, and I became disabled. That is why it is easier for me to praise Provence virtues than to live off a former times activity like agriculture.
A vast house of which I only use a part! I rented the two other parts to a doctor and a physiotherapist. But they moved to a health centre recently build in Saint-Didier. Then, Jens and I decided to convert them into two furnished rental apartments. And we are really proud to share Germans', Bretons' and Alsatians' emotion before Vaucluse's splendour.