The mas de la Fenière

Arles - Hotel - from 77€

Located in the heart of the Camargue, Mas de la Fenière will delight you with its charm and its tranquility.We invite you to come and discover our beautiful Provençal building as well as the quality of our regional cuisine.Guests can enjoy at the heart of the Camargue countryside of a great sweetness of life but you can also visit the beautiful Arles, the Baux de Provence, Saint Rémy de Provence or even Avignon. All these wonderful sites being close to our hotel.

  • Pets allowed
  • Private parking
  • Internet access
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Marque Qualité Tourisme
  • Logis de France : 3 cheminées, 3 cocottes

Information provided by OT Arles

  • Contact

    3201 route De la Crau
    13280 Arles

  • Phone

    • 04 90 98 47 44
  • Fax

    04 90 98 48 39

  • Website

Nearby

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  2. Le Réfectoire

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  3. Mélani Frères

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  4. Mas de la Fenière

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Where to stay

Mas D'Eymard
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Mas D'Eymard

Arles

In an authentic classified farm, dating 1786, situated at the heart of Crau, in the feet of Alpilles and near the Camargue, Sylvie and Dominique propose you 5 charming guest houses in the renewed stable. All the rooms evoking Van Gogh (ont the 1st floor), and are equipped with shower-room…

Le Saint Simon
Holiday rental

Le Saint Simon

Arles

Village house late 19th early 20th located in the city centre of Arles sound location allows you to make all the exhibitions and museums without using your vehicle. (5 minutes at feet of the Luma Foundation and the home of photography, 15 minutes walk to arenas and downtown).At the intersection…

Mme Riera Pascale
B&B

Mme Riera Pascale

Arles

XVIIth century farmhouse completely restored on 40 hectares of land. 23 tricentenary plane trees will provide pleasant shade in summer. A beautiful swimming pool is at your disposal. We offer you peace and quiet as well as leisure choices. Located just one kilometer from the closest shops, the…

Les Hameaux de Camargue
Resort

Les Hameaux de Camargue

Arles

At the gates of the Regional natural park near the city center of Arles, the hamlets of Camargue Camargue"welcome you on the banks of a lake surrounded by greenery. Fully equipped for 2 to 6 people, the apartments and villas will charm you for your stay, business or leisure, for a night, a…

L'olivier
Holiday rental

L'olivier

Arles

Apartment for 4 to 6 persons in the "Village Camarguais" residence in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Camargue, situated 4 km from the city centre and 2.5 km from the commercial area Fourchon.

HOSTELLERIE of the Source
Hotel

HOSTELLERIE of the Source

Arles

Hotel restaurant with rooms renovated, quiet and close to downtown less than 3 km.Large garden with flowers and trees with a large outdoor pool.Restaurant choice in a room Camargue decoration or with sunny days by the pool under the weeping willows.Family or couple, relax and rest assured.

CRAU Hotel
Hotel

CRAU Hotel

Arles

In Provence, at the gates of the Alpilles, the Camargue is still a wild land full of traditions. CRAU Hotel, the companion of your stays in Arles. 5 minutes from the historic centre. Enjoy our warm hospitality, friendly, our comfortable and functional rooms.

Mas Ballot
Holiday rental

Mas Ballot

Arles

Part of farmhouse adjacent to the owners, very quiet, Garden, swimming pool heated (on request from November to March). Passionate of astronomy, the owner offers a free evening of stargazing at the telescope. It can also turn into Father Christmas to bring gifts provided by parents to children.…

Mas de Gion - Bergerie et Basse Cour
B&B

Mas de Gion - Bergerie et Basse Cour

Arles

The Mas of Gion is located on 4 hectares of green meadows. Its architecture and its Pebble walls are typical of the Crau. You will discover one of the last hangars built in the Crau pebbles. He was successively a farm, a small cinema for the moulesiens, a stud farm for breeding horses and today,…

Things to do

Mélani Frères
Craftsman

Mélani Frères

Arles

A few minutes from Arles is a remarkable studio which produces 18th and 19th century Provençal-style furniture. Olivier Mélani is a passionate cabinet-maker skilled at working with walnut, beech and even lime. Everything here is reminiscent of our region, from the aroma of the processed wood to…

Les Macarons de Frane
Producer

Les Macarons de Frane

Arles

After an initial course in catering, Françoise PANNETIER specializes in pastry and created a recipe for macaroons with almonds, without gluten or added fat. Elaborated at the request of the Regional Natural Park of Camargue, its macaroon Camargue (butter caramel macaroon salty Camargue salt)…

Where to eat

Mas de la Fenière
Table 13

Mas de la Fenière

Arles

Whether you choose the refreshing shade of the mulberry trees or the cosy dining room, Le Mas de La Fenière invites you to explore authentic Provençal and Mediterranean cuisine, with fresh products promising a rich and flavoursome experience. This chef simply adores generous, home-made,…

Le Réfectoire
Table 13

Le Réfectoire

Arles

With classroom chairs and shared tables, the décor is, naturally, reminiscent of childhood canteens. The rest is more state-of-the-art: the reasonably-priced menu is the work of a Michelin-starred chef (Armand Arnal, of La Chassagnette), in a converted industrial building (the former SNCF…

Inspirations

The Olive

The Olive

Terroir

Olive oil, olive soap and olives with herbs… A fruit you can't do without!

The Cagole

The Cagole

Art de vivre

Translation our version of the Essex girl…

Calissons

Calissons

Aix-en-Provence prides in concocting 'Calisson' candies made with a thin candied melon paste and ground almonds topped with royal icing. Yummy

Lights, Camera, Action! Provence and the Movies

Lights, Camera, Action! Provence and the Movies

The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...

As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.