Two New Provence Homes Available For Rent

After adding our first Provence home last year, L’Avinia next to Uzès, we have been working hard to bring you others that are just as enticing and exciting!

Have a look at the two we have found you, which are quite different but complementary:

Vallon Provence:

VallonProvenceBlogphoto1This beautiful apartment is located inside the annex of the main manor house of what used to be used as the gatekeeper’s living area. This large area is integrated in the main building and gives guests a completely independent experience. This peaceful house offers luxury and elegant design with full private access to grounds and a naturally treated pool giving guests a perfect place to call home on off days of traveling the region.

VallonProvenceBlogphoto2largerThis traditional stone Manor, located in a small village in the heart of Provence has the beautiful views and whimsical grounds, is in the perfect starting point to reach all the desirable tourist centers.

Take a look to see more photos, specifications, and availability of the Vallon Provence

Beverly’s Village House:

beverlyshousephoto1Beverly’s charming stone village house, located in the lovely town of Caromb, is decorated in the traditional warm Provencal style. The house is situated within a well cared for garden and a large outdoor dining area featuring a picnic area, sun beds,  a stone wading pool to dip your feet into to cool yourself on a hot day.

beverlyshousephoto2The city of Caromb is within a prized location of Provence, is filled with beautiful fountains, traditional stone houses, and lazy cafes, all within the view of the stunning Mont Ventoux.

Take a look to see more photos, specifications, and availability of Beverly’s Village House

I’d love to hear what you have to say about these 2 news homes from our A La Carte Provence region using the comments section below.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    My husband and I have often talked about spending a month in Provence. These apartments would be perfect. When the time is right, we will contact A La Carte Paris

    1. We look forward to welcoming you to Provence when it is the right time!

      1. Ruth Martin says:

        All the new apartments look fantastic. Now only need to find a group of friends who’d like the share such places with me.

  2. Jackie Crane says:

    I notice that some rentals list the prices and others don’t. I realize it depends on the season, but it seems like in the past, prices were listed by season. Is there a way to get pricing other than going through the booking process?
    Jackie

    1. Hi Jackie, We will soon be listing the prices again on our site. I invite you to take a look at the website here http://www.alacarte-paris-apartments.com/ and don’t forget to ask Katy, our booker, at bookings@alacarteparis.com should you have any further questions regarding the apartments or pricing.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Please remove from your mail list.

    1. All taken care of, you are off our mailing list, but hope you will not forget us next time you decide to visit beautiful Paris or the Provence region…

  4. Ellen A. says:

    These all look like beautiful places to stay, especially for those who love to sit outside for hours with friends and family at the table and enjoy the fine weather. But “Vallon Provence” looks so amazing, it should be the setting for a film, tout de suite! Impeccable grounds and comfortable rooms. I predict it will be a great favorite. I wonder who are the owners of the manor itself? They have excellent taste.

  5. Katia says:

    I have a thing for Paris, but these pictures of Provence are stunning. The apts look beautiful. I wouldn’t mind spending a week there.

  6. Kevin says:

    I love Paris and I love France. The apartments in Marais and the accommodations in Provence are very beautiful and appealing!. Our next trip to France will see us making our difficult choices!

  7. Jane Carter says:

    I had a home for many years in the Luberon region of France, where I became enamored of the light, the food and, of course, the gardens. I now live in Florida, and when renovating, I wanted to bring a bit of Provence into my home and garden. Imagine my joy when I walked into Authentic Provence in West Palm Beach (also online at http://authenticprovence.com). The owners have sourced the most incredible French and Italian garden antiques and products: statues, fountains, planters (note especially the classic Caisse de Versailles, and Anduze pottery), terra cotta shields, stone animals, copper pots, garden spouts, and on and on. They have created an environment that took me right back to many afternoons spent in the beautiful homes and gardens of Provence. They are also very helpful in giving advice and even sourcing special items, and can arrange shipping anywhere in the USA. I highly recommend this business!

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