Rognonas - Holiday rental
Two adjoining cottages in the countryside between Avignon and St Rémy de Provence, on en organic farm.
Opening on a Japanese basin, a field bloomed with a pond, not far from the greenhouses producing fruit and vegetables from Provence, these holiday homes are equipped for 2 people, and the reception of young children discouraged in view of the presence of the basin in front of the terraces (unclosed).
On the ground floor, beautiful main room facing South with comfortable sofa, flat screen TV, bar way table with high stools, integrated and well equipped kitchen (dishwasher, electric oven, plates induction, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee machine with pods). Mezzanine with sofa. Bedroom with double bed (160 x 200) with external opening on a second terrace, huge dressing room. Bathroom accessible directly by the bedroom, with bath and shower.
Pool house with garden, secured pool area (common) available from 15/05 to 15/10. WiFi, electric heating (included), sheets on request, linen included. Air conditioning in the living room. BBQ Electric Grill (plancha). Housecleaning on request (€45). Common laundry with private washing machine for each cottage.
Pascal and Martine are happy to make you visit their farm, making you enjoy their seasonal produces. An ideal base to discover the region, its sites, its festivals, its remarkable natural areas, between Alpilles and Luberon.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
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