In the heart of the Luberon Hills, Lacoste is well known for its Chateau, previously owned by the famous Marquis de Sade. Just a few minutes in the other direction lies charming Ménerbes with its steep, picturesque streets and far reaching views across to Gordes and the ochre cliffs of Roussillon.
This lovely old stone farmhouse is peacefully situated in large wooded grounds, minutes from Lacoste village.
It has been charmingly , yet simply restored, retaining the old Provencal ceilings, exposed stonework, and tiled floors.The odd different levels between the rooms adds to the old world charm.
Outside there is a nice sheltered dining area and two other sitting out areas. The lovely pool is built in "bassin" style and is walled and wooded. From here one can glimpse the ochre cliffs of Roussillon. It is a good choice for children with plenty of play space outside , swings and a sandpit.
Access all parts of the house, except a private handing-over belonging to the owner.
The tenants will be only present in the house.
Delphine, who oocupe of the maintenance of the house, will accommodate them and make the out check.
Thank you to respect the authenticity of this Sheepfold and preserve the environment.
On arrival, you will be greeted by Delphine who is responsible for the maintenance of the house.
The machine will be provided: sheets, towels and pool towels.
A deposit of 250 € will be required.
Upon your departure, the deposit will be returned by Delphine.
If you rent during the winter; a fee of € 100 per week you will also be asked to pay and Delphine for heating.
J'habite en région parisienne, suis originaire de Lyon.
J'ai acheté cette maison qui s'appelle La Brassane en 2000 et la considère désormais comme une maison de famille. Elle a été rénovée en respectant les charmes du Luberon par une équipe d'artisans passionnés.