Superb and unique house with garden and pool.
In a dominant position, it offers beautiful views of the valley and the Mont Ventoux.
All rooms are very bright thanks to large windows.
Direct access to all amenities (restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops etc ...).
- Beautiful entry with its winter garden, guest toilet.
- Spacious fully equipped kitchen with access to the garden.
- Beautiful vaulted room for dining.
- A second kitchen.
- Living room with fireplace.
- Space TV and office with access to a balcony.
- Bedroom 1: master bedroom with a 160 bed, ensuite bathroom (bath and shower), wash basin, WC.
- Bedroom 2: a 160 bed, shower, sink and toilet.
- Bedroom 3: a 160 bed, ensuite bathroom (shower), basin and WC
THE GARDEN: Pleasant garden terrace, outdoor lounge, pool. Exceptional view.
MAINTENANCE: Cleaning, a cleaning at the end of each week (15 rental days and more) with the change of linen + household outlet. Maintenance of the garden and pool. Linen provided including pool towels.
Ménerbes village in Vaucluse, located in the Regional Park of Luberon and fully integrated with a quiet, unspoiled natural area in which to live. It is this pleasant and quiet atmosphere, away from urban problems and urban constraints, which attaches both Ménerbes to their surroundings and which attracted all time, many anonymous visitors, artists, famous men, eager to soak up the authenticity and simplicity of the place and its inhabitants.
agricultural and wine village with an industrial tradition linked to mining and stone work, Ménerbes has a rich and diverse heritage - both architectural, historical and cultural, that natural and gastronomic - resulting in a high potential for tourism. In addition, the presence and passage from the beginning of the twentieth century, many artists and writers gave the town a predominant artistic identity that continues today in various local cultural activities.
Ménerbes also knows a very active local life with its many artisans, merchants and associative fabric strongly committed to the town and its inhabitants. All these players come together throughout the year for the entertainment of the village and the organization of cultural and tourist events.
Visitors a day or resident, we strongly urge you to come and share these convivial and festive moments, discover the richness of our village, take ownership of its heritage and collective living spaces to fully appreciate, overall quality of life our territory, with respect of the premises.
To see and visit:
House of the Truffle and Wine
THE HISTORY PLACE
The Hotel d'Astier de Montfaucon, built in the 17th
and in the 18th century, belongs to the municipality of Ménerbes
since 1751. He was municipal hospice during the 19th century boys school until 1953. In 1955, the building was included in the inventory of Historical Monuments and rehabilitated in 2004.
A DISCOVERY PLACE
The House of the Truffle and Wine Luberon is a space
knowledge of the world of truffles and wine of the great Southeast.
Jane Eakin House
The village of Ménerbes in the Luberon conceals in his heart, in one of its most picturesque streets, an enchanted house. It can be visited by the will of the American painter Jane Eakin who lived for nearly forty years, until his death in December 2002. The walls keep the echo of his joyous laughter, her cheerful and generous voice, she loved music listening, especially that of his friend Isaac Stern.
It is with great emotion that you discover the rare journey of this woman, very young, left New York and moved to Paris, then midway of his life in Ménerbes for a simple life after this, brilliant, in two of the most beautiful capitals in the art world. This is in total harmony with nature as his inspiration has found its most beautiful expression, that of a woman in harmony with herself, happy and peaceful, surrounded by friends, flowers, cats and dogs, a how to pass us by his works the beauty of the world and put at stake all its vanities.
The village of Ménerbes measure at fair value the generous gesture of the artist. This "legacy" which was a gesture of affection and gratitude from him and that, by the extent and quality of his work is an artistic wealth that will allow everyone to feed the joy of living which was the his.
"I loved art in all its forms."
"I hugged my life and I had the joy of having him back," she said.
This enchanted house is now open to all.
Welcome in Ménerbes at Jane Eakin. According to her wishes, she will be waiting for an appointment simple and elegant as was his life.
Facing the Luberon, this former convent of Carmelite community was developed in 1250 from a pre-existing religious site, for troglodyte part. St. Hilaire is a unique architectural ensemble that evokes Gothic forms while retaining a memory book.
Private property since its acquisition in 1961 by René and Anne Marie Bride from Reims, Saint-Hilaire was historical monument in 1975.
Since then, the family aims to make you discover it as it was late eighteenth, and invites you to take the path that bypasses Saint-Hilaire in the south (blue arrows: 15 min.).
Saint-Hilaire welcomes visitors free visit from 10 to 18 Easter (1st Zone) until 11 November and during the Christmas holidays.
WEBSITE: www. abbey-saint-hilaire-Vaucluse. com
The corkscrew museum has over 1,200 pieces from the 17th century to today.
First corkscrew forged steel hand at the art object made of solid gold, ivory or silver, traveling through centuries and countries by discovering this unique collection.
At the foot of the village of Robion Route, the museum is part of the Domaine de la Citadelle.
Visit the cellars, the grapes garden, tasting. Shop and bookstore.
The Dora Maar House and garden (private)
Built in the 18th and 19th century by General Baron Robert, governor of Tortosa, during the Napoleonic wars in Spain. This mansion was bought by Dora Maar, painter, photographer, model and mistress of Picasso. They lived in Ménerbes in 1945. Today, this house has been completely restored and has become a residence for artists. Beautiful garden open to the public during cultural events.
Numerous cultural events, craft fairs, exhibitions, festivals ...Get the full listing »