Charming village house in the heart of one of the villages included in the so called 'golden triangle' of Provence. Vaugines - that has been lately chosen by Peter Mayle (author of 'A Year in Provence') as his residence - is surroundend by the hills of the Luberon natural reserve, has only 500 inhabitants and is very close to the best known villages of Provence (Lourmarin, Cucuron, Cadenet, Bonnieux, Lacoste...). On the end of the '80s the village has hosted the set of a famous french movie celebrating the beauty of Provence, 'Jean de Florette'. On the main square there are a nice cafè and a small restaurant, and a few steps away there's a bakery with wonderful bread and cakes.
The house, newly restored (and owend by an italian illustrator), is very quiet and carachteristic, with a beautiful view on the Luberon valley. It can accomodate 3 people, with a single bed and a toilette on the groundfloor and a nice double bedroom and a bathroom on the first floor.