Graveson - Holiday rental - from 380€ €
In the countryside, on an organic farm (fruits and vegetables), gite adjoining another gite but well separated. Private 500 m² courtyard fully closed, terrace 33 m² under pergola with garden furniture.
On the ground floor : kitchen (oven, microwave) open to the living room, dining area, sofa bed with flat screen TV. 1 bedroom with 1 bed for 2 persons 140x190cm. Bathroom with shower and WC, heated towel rail.
Heating included. Pets allowed free of charge. Sheets and towels for rent. Household cleaning of end of stay on request (€35). Barbecue. Parking in the closed courtyard. Short stays possible : contact the owners.
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Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
- 06 62 35 26 94
Where to stay
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Things to do
Musée de Région Auguste Chabaud
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La ferme de Gratte-Semelle
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