Rent The House

Rent the House ProvenceGetaway

 

This beautiful house nestled at the end of a small farming road, overlooking 12 acres of vineyards, is bordered by a river and backed by a forested hillside. The closest neighbor is about a mile away, and it will take you eight minutes to get to the nearest town with market, bakery and butcher.

 

The house is one of two on the property; the owners live in the main house in summer. The guesthouse has three bedrooms upstairs: the large bedroom has a king size bed (180cm), the second bedroom has a double (140cm) and a twin (90cm), and the third bedroom has three twins (two are bunked). There is also a full bath upstairs (ensuite with master bedroom), with a claw foot bathtub. Downstairs has a large kitchen with eat-in dining for six, a living room, a large parlor with a Ping-Pong table, a full bath (with shower) and a laundry room with washer and dryer. There are four Specialized mountain bikes for your use.

 

We’ve put together an extensive list of many area attractions, including the local markets, artisans and best restaurants. For those who like to venture, we are 1.5 hours from the Mediterranean, 45 minutes from Avignon, and within an easy drive to the Gorge de l’Ardeche (Chauvet Caves), Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Aix-en-Provence and the Luberon.

 

If you are flying from the US you can arrive in Paris and take the fast train (TGV) in 2 hours to Valence, followed by a 50-minute drive to Bramefam. Another option is to fly into Marseille and drive 80 minutes to the house. A third airport, with many international flights available, is at Lyon, a two hour drive to the north of us.

 

The rate to rent the house starts at $1,500 per week, for four people, with a one week minimum rental. We rent the house out only in the summer, when we are there. You can see more details about the house, check availability, and book your stay on our Airbnb rental site https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8940446?eluid=0&euid=bbef7309-7c17-2919-ae86-2cbc12042753

“It’s not down on any map; true places never are.”
~Herman Melville