Mas de l'Oléandre
Barbentane - B&B - from 90€ €
In a beautiful farmhouse of the eighteenth in the countryside, 1.3 kms from the medieval village of Barbentane and 10 kms from Avignon, 3 guest rooms of high quality in an environment of olive trees and shady terraces, in a warm and elegant atmosphere of stones and wood. The swimming pool (11 x 5 m) welcomes you from May 20 to September 30.
On the ground floor, comfortable living room with fireplace and antique furniture, breakfast room for the winter.
On the first floor, you can access the most beautiful room of the House, the Treille in warm colors, opening with a large bay window on the South Terrace. King size Bed (160 x 200), TV, private bathroom/wc. In another part of the House, the Cypres Room welcomes you in more sour tones, open to the South and has his open bathroom with bathtub and sink. King size Bed (160 x 200). The third room, l'Oliveraie opens onto the pool and olive trees, provides a king size bed (160 x 200), and accesses his private bathroom in the corridor. The toilets are shared with the room Cypres . To you be pleasant, Caroline puts at your disposal a single independent room.
Breakfasts, served on one of the terraces in the summer season, are baised on local products. Wi-fi, library, air conditioning, petanque field, plancha available. Tourist tax.
A wonderful place for lovers of old stones, to discover the villages of Provence between Alpilles and Avignon. At the start of the House, multiple small roads to bike.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
Mme Caroline BURCKHARDT
Mas de l'Oléandre
166 Ch.du Canal des Alpines
- 04 32 60 00 74
- 06 47 24 00 30
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