Surrounded by vineyards and fields of sunflowers, the village is proud of its traditional heritage. The majority of homes in this delightful south-facing village, unlike many in this part of southern France, are still owned by people who live here and work their smallholdings all year round, giving you the opportunity of a unique experience. This is a perfect base, ideally situated for touring or for visiting all this area has to offer.
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Large double bed (can be made into two singles); en-suite shower-room with pressurised shower, wc, and marble washbasin and stand; authentic features; small roof-terrace with table, chairs, and view towards Mont Ventoux; individual heating; column fan; hairdryer; toiletries.
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Kitchen, Dining and Sitting Area
If you'd like to book a morning's painting lesson in the studio with artist Duncan Barker, please enquire at the time of making your reservation.
Duncan and Annie have lived in France since 2013, when Duncan set up his studio at La Brèche, their charming village farmhouse originally set within the stone walls of a Medieval bastide north of Uzès. The holiday apartment forms a separate two-storey unit at one end of the owners' house, sharing the vaulted entrance but otherwise entirely private, with its own internal front door and entrance hall. Sympathetically restored to provide comfortable but authentic accommodation with an arty vibe, the holiday apartment includes two en-suite bedrooms along with kitchen/dining and sitting area.
Double bed; dressing/reading area; private shower-room with pressurised shower, wc, and marble washbasin and stand; individual heating; column fan; hairdryer; toiletries.