Between Avignon and ChÃ¢teaurenard, in a green, the house is located in the countryside village. Capacity 8 people - Safe.
At 12 km from Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence, 5 kms from Avignon, you will go through a nice bike ride (14 minutes) in downtown ChÃ¢teaurenard.
This house is located in a rural environment. It is a house, restored farmhouse type, whose strengths are numerous; the proximity of the city while being in the countryside, leisure facilities such as petanque, WIFI, 11m x 6m swimming pool with pool house ..
Ten minutes by bike from the village center of Chateaurenard, 10 minutes drive from Avignon TGV, 50 minutes from the international airport in Marseille.
THE HOUSE: On 220 m2, a nice living room with fireplace, billiard room, kitchen independent living, the separate volumes, allowing everyone to find its place. With a Provencal decor, chic and colorful, it feels like home. Spacious closed kitchen to prepare proper meals. The master bedroom opening onto a balcony and garden features a 160cm bed. The other 3 bedrooms offer a bed 140 cm. A bathroom with shower and double sink on the ground floor. A bathroom with spa bath and vanity unit, upstairs. Behind the kitchen, a large laundry room with storage.
On arrival, everything is ready for your comfort (beds, towels ...).
THE GARDEN: On approximately 1800 m2 wooded, enclosed garden and secure swimming pool surrounded by Mediterranean plants. Dining room with barbecue in front of the farmhouse in the stretched canvas and plane trees. Summer living area and summer kitchen at the pool (11m x 5m) to rest in the shade or sun.
SECURITY - EQUIPMENT: TV, DVD player, wireless internet connection. automatic gate. Parking 2-3 cars. Pool secured with fences. Petanque.
Holiday comfort in communion with the Provencal countryside!
ChÃ¢teaurenard, small town of the Regional Natural Park of Alpilles, invites you to discover its riches: culture, heritage and festivals.
The name is that of a free man, or Raynoard Reinhart (of Burgundian origin) became Renard (Casteu-Reinard in ProvenÃ§al); cited at X Â°: Castellum Rainardi.
A family name holds the lordship until the twelfth.
then passed to the counts of Provence, who build the castle, then the title of baron with PontevÃ¨s in the last quarter of the fourteenth.
The castle houses the schismatic Pope Pedro de Luna (Benedict XIII) who takes refuge in 1403.
Castle restored in the fifteenth, dismantled by Valletta during the Wars of Religion; casemates are devastated by Henri IV, the castle was demolished spared during the Revolution; it is amazing that it still remains important remains.
ChÃ¢teaurenard is the heart of the prosperous valley of the Durance rich alluvium; this is one of the capitals of fruits and vegetables, with a market of national interest which would be the largest in Europe
Located north of the Alpilles ChÃ¢teaurenard is part of the typical villages of Provence.
Discover the Alpilles, its green valleys and subtly scented, its mansions tastefully restored and old streets full of charm made its success ...
Strolling leisurely through the narrow, winding streets, like Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence, you will come across beautiful old fountains, shady squares welcoming pleasant restaurant terraces and elegant shops.
In Tarascon, Beaucaire, Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence, you will follow a long succession of mansions (often converted into a museum or art gallery), monasteries, chapels, and sumptuous residences of the seventeenth and eighteenth .
The beauty of its landscapes and the quality of its light has inspired many artists, writers and painters.
The most famous is undoubtedly Vincent Van Gogh who painted over 150 canvases in the countryside surrounding Saint RÃ©my de Provence
A walk to the scene painted by the artist you will discover the mountain of St RÃ©my, fields of wheat and poppies, olive trees and cypresses that remain unperturbed more than a century.
Love remains and stone: visit Glanum in Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence, light quarries in Les Baux-de-Provence, the old village of Les Baux-de-Provence, Avignon and the city of the popes, ...
To see and visit:
Excavations of Glanum (Gallo-Roman).
the Antiques (Arc and Mausoleum from Roman times).
Monastery Saint-Paul de Mausole (psychiatric nursing home that welcomed Van Gogh).
Saint-Martin collegiate fourteenth and eighteenth century.
Archaeological Museum of Glanum (de Sade Hotel)
Museum of Alpilles (Folk art, renaissance mansion of time).
Centre d'Art Presence Van Gogh (Hotel Estrine XVIII).
Mario Prassinos Foundation (ND Chapel of Mercy). Museum of Aromas.
the city of the popes
the Pont du Gard
Hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.
Horse riding. Gliding. Swimming pool. Petanque.
Numerous cultural events, craft fairs, exhibitions, festivals ...Get the full listing »