Sunday, 22 November 2009

Le Mazet de Saint Antoine added to our Luberon Houses

Have a look at our new house in Isle sur la Sorgue

Le Mazet Antoine

Provencal House with own pool, Isle sur la Sorgue Sleeps 10

Check out the details by following this link

Here' another new one from our Luberon portfolio


De luxe Provencal house with own pool, Roussillon. Sleeps 6. Large and comfortable house with gorgeous views of the Luberon valley.

Click on the link above to see details of this great property to rent.

See! There is life in the Luberon

You thought that everything closed down after All Saints day didn't you? Well here's the proof you're wrong!

Good live music in our own village. How we've not known about this is amazing or perhaps an example of of how insular the different communes are from each other. Each one a best kept secret ... but not from Real Provence!

Best of the night were Rue Royale. Think of Fairport Convention with Sandy Denny meets Fleetwood Mac plays Ellis Kennedy. Very nice.

And free downloads

And more to come. A Christmas bash. Any one for reggie? When we hear more we'll post it in this blog, their secrets are safe with us :-)


Monday, 9 November 2009


In the old provencal language, "Lagniappe" means Welcome.

This house certainly does provide a warm provencal welcome for our clients. It has four bedrooms comfortably sleeping 8 and has it's own private swimming pool. Located in the countryside about 3 miles from Roussillon it makes an ideal Luberon base.
Please follow this link for more information;

Our Featured House

I'm going to tell you about our new houses.

Our featured house is Domus Alba, a four bedroomed house sleeping 8 with it's own pool, own tennis court. It also has a seperate gite sleeping 2 for your granny, extra friends dropping by, or the childrens nanny? The house is situated in the countryside near to the village of Chavel Blanc with great views and set in a fantastic provencal garden.

This is the link to the page on our web site that will give you all the details;

November Already

All Saints day has come and gone and the season is well and truly over as a quite calm descends on the Luberon villages. However there are some visitors still around enjoying the autumn colours. We always find autumn so attractive here in the Luberon because the colours last so long particularly the various varieties of oaks which only loose their leaves in the early spring as new growth pushes through. Somehow the sunsets are special at this time of year too.

It maybe end of the season but we're still open for business with clients in a few of the houses enjoying walks and cosy evenings by a log fire. Meanwhile we work hard to develop our portfolio of houses we offer for rent. More next post.