|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Le Vieux Murier comprises two buildings, an old stone built former farmhouse and its dairy, which together enclose a delightful private courtyard, perfect for dining under a canopy of vines. An arched portico gives access to the garden and can be closed to prevent small children gaining access to the pool when unsupervised. Both buildings are full of character and have been carefully restored to offer great charm and a high standard of comfort with all modern amenities. Sleeping up to twelve people with ample space and comfort Le Vieux Murier is ideal for large family gatherings - or for 2/3 families sharing a holiday.
The House: An open plan area some 40ft in length, kitchen (fridge, dishwasher, hob, oven) to one end with seating beyond the staircase which gives access to the first floor. On the first floor there is the main bedroom (20ft x 13ft) and landing - with floor length windows and bathroom.
Two bedrooms occupy the entire upper floor of the house, accessed from the first floor landing. The old tiled staircase enters into the first room (twin beds), beyond which is the second bedroom, again with twin beds. this second bedroom has a bathroom (shower, WC, basin).
The Dairy: From the courtyard you enter the kitchen (which also has a dining table). The sitting room can be entered from the kitchen or directly from the courtyard. Tiled stairs at the rear of the kitchen go to the first floor, where all bedrooms have high and sloping ceilings. The small landing gives access to the large double bedroom (own bathroom)- which also has direct access to the courtyard via its own external stone steps. Also accessed from the first floor landing is a twin bedded room. A door from this bedroom gives entry to a large bathroom. Through this bathroom is a further spacious double bedroom - which again can be accessed directly from the courtyard via its own external steps thus avoiding the need to walk through the twin bedded room.
The Courtyard: A dining table for 12, with further seating under the canopy of vines.
There is an additional WC in the courtyard and the laundry room, with further fridge and deep freeze, washing machine and drier is also accessed from the courtyard. The layout has very much evolved from a need to work within the framework of a very old property and from a wish to retain the charm of that property.
All the bedrooms are spacious, light and airy.
There is a travel cot/playpen, further cot and a high chair.
The house is situated in the hamlet of Les Salettes, just two miles from the picturesque medieval town of Lorgues and within easy reach of St Tropez and the beaches of the Med. Lorgues is a bustling town throughout the year, with a market occupying all the main street on a Tuesday morning. There is a selection of small shops plus a handful of restaurants and bars. There are also two supermarkets and a wine co-op.
|Rental Period||Minimum Rate||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Rate|
1 Mar 2014 - 31 Dec 2014
Changeover Day: Friday
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Notes||The Dairy alone (two double and one twin bedded room, 2 bathrooms) is available for rent throughout the year, excluding the period 26th July to 30th August when the property is let in full. Rental is 1100 Euro per week, Spring and Autumn. Winter rates from 500 Euro. Please contact the owner for further details.|
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