The house is architect-designed, built in a provencal style, with traditional beams throughout. Ceramic tiles and light fittings are used extensively, all specially made for the house. The two main bedrooms are at opposite ends of the house, an ideal set-up for two couples who do not want to disturb each other, or for parents who don't want to hear their children. It has a large sitting/dining room, three bedrooms (sleeping 7, although the bunk-bedded room is really small), two bathrooms, kitchen, terrace with barbecue, and a garden with a 5m x 12m pool.
Access to the house is via a narrow lane. The property is completely fenced, with parking for 2 cars within the gates. The garden is terraced. In common with the local landscape, the terraces are not individually fenced and it is possible to fall off them. Visitors need to keep an eye on young children. It occupies about half an acre so there is space to play boules (a set is provided) or badminton (net provided).
Whether you enjoy walking the miles of footpaths, visiting modern art museums, sitting at cafés in pretty villages, admiring dramatic scenery, wind-surfing and sailing, or relaxing with a chilled glass of local rosé, this is the holiday for you.