This delightful 17th century village house is simply decorated and furnished with an airy and open feel. The floors in the living rooms and the stairs have been lovingly restored using tiles matching to the originals, and the beams have been exposed in the main bedroom and the dining area. Original fireplaces and other fittings and details also remain. The kitchen and dining area are on street level, and a french window opens out onto the lower terrace overlooking the river and the forested hill on the other side. Here there are chairs and a table for outside dining, and also a barbeque for intrepid chefs. The living room and utility, and a WC, are on the first floor and the bedrooms and bathroom (also with WC) are on the second and third floors. Also on the third (top) floor there is a second, cooler terrace under the eaves.
Because the rooms are large and run right through from front to back of the property, the light floods in from both sides creating a feeling of space and fresh air. The cobbled street is a cul-de-sac for vehicles and so very quiet. At the back the soothing sound of the running water from the river adds to the relaxed atmosphere.
An ideal location from which to explore the beautiful area of Provence.