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My family and I (8 adults, 2 babies under 2 years old) stayed in this house for one week in July 2018. The house was perfect for us - spacious, clean, and very comfortable. There was air conditioning and/or fans in the bedrooms, two excellent showers plus a bath/shower, and everything we needed for cooking. The garden and pool were perfect - our two young boys especially enjoyed the trampoline! Importantly for us, there was a baby "gate" at the top of the stairs, which meant it was safe for the babies. Lionel and his family were very welcoming and incredibly helpful. There was a good supermarket just a few minutes drive away, Arles was only 10 minutes away by car, and we were conveniently placed for other day trips (saint rémy de provence, saintes-maries--de-la mer, Avignon). We had a wonderful time, and would highly recommend this house.
This is a beautifully presented and perfectly located house – just 15 mins drive from the historic city of Arles (and only 1 hour 15 from Montpellier airport) but set in a really open rural space where you can get on a bike and cycle (on the flat!) to the village boulangerie (five mins) or just amble about past fig trees and tiny canals. The house is a proper family place (just as in the pictures) with two bedrooms upstairs and a downstairs annexe (double bedroom/study space/shower room). Pascale is a charming and efficient host (she owns a flower shop in Arles) and her on-site parents, Jackie and Michel made us incredibly welcome (chilled Rose on arrival, fresh bread on our first morning, great market advice etc) but also respected our privacy. Top tourist tips: the bull racing (not fighting!) in the Roman amphitheatre in Arles; the Plage de Napoleon (kilometres of empty sand at the end of a fab drive in the Camargue) and, most especially the awesome (and it really does deserve this word) Carrières de Lumières – a quarry/cave space 25 mins away with monumental moving artworks (this year Klimt) and music. Hmm. I think I’ve persuaded myself to go again.