Villa Indigo - SRDP101
The villa has been designed in the style of a traditional Provencal bastide close to the old centre of Saint Rémy de Provence. Private pool.
- Un-overlooked Pool
- 4+ Bathrooms
- Private Pool
- Private Parking
- Golf Nearby
- Watersports Nearby
- Secure Parking
- Child Friendly
- BBQ Area
- Private Villa
- 4+ bedrooms
- Spacious garden
|25 / 10 / 2014 - 04 / 04 / 2015||€ 2235|
|04 / 04 / 2015 - 30 / 05 / 2015||€ 3412|
|30 / 05 / 2015 - 27 / 06 / 2015||€ 4118|
|27 / 06 / 2015 - 29 / 08 / 2015||€ 5765|
|29 / 08 / 2015 - 26 / 09 / 2015||€ 4118|
|26 / 09 / 2015 - 24 / 10 / 2015||€ 3412|
Security Deposit: € 4400.00
All inclusive price - towels, linen, cleaning.
Saint Remy de Provence has a selection of shops and restaurants.
Within walking distance is: the historic centre of St. Remy, the Alpilles hills and walks can be taken along the irrigation canals where you see local life unfolding.
The villa is within 10 minute walking distance of St. Remy where there are shops and restaurants.
There are two local golf courses at the foot of the Alpilles, Des Baux and Servennes (near Mouries), there are others to chose from such as Pont Royal near Aix (50 minutes).
The coastal resort of Saintes Maries de la Mer offers miles of beaches, boat tours and is a colourful town with a bull ring, less than an hour by car.
The Camargue with its white horses, black bulls and flamingos is less than an hour by car and is a national park with special ornithological interest There are plenty of opportunities to take a horse ride through areas not accessible by other means. Also approx an hour by car you can find Salin de Giraud and Cassis.
Les Baux en Provence, historic hill top town 10km. Avignon 21km, Nimes 45km, Arles 30km, St. Maries de la Mer 60km, Aix en Provence 65km
The centre of St. Remy has plenty of restaurants offering many different cuisines, cafés to sit and people watch, patisseries where just looking through the window will expand your waistline, there are boutiques of colourful provencal products/produce. As you would expect there are plenty of art galleries and museums, there is a walk through the town following Nostradamus - the local tourist office has all the information you need to explore. On the outskirts are the Roman ruins of Glanum, the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole where Van Gogh spent time and there are many vineyards and olive groves in the surrounding areas all of which offer "tastings". The market day in St. Remy is on a Wednesday, offering everything you could want.
St. Remy is centrally placed for access to many places of interest and historic towns and villages. eg: the Pont du Gard over the river Gardon, lovely walks along the banks, the gorges of the Ardeche and the Pont d'Arc - beautiful scenery and a canoeist's heaven, Luberon villages, Mont Ventoux.
For the everyday needs there are plenty of banks with cash points, supermarkets and lots of little local independent shops.
The closest highway is the A7 (exit Cavaillon) 20 minutes drive away, which goes from Lyon to Marseille. The closest train station is at Avignon and is served by the TGV (Train Grande Vitesse, i.e. high speed train) that goes to Paris in 2 hours and 40 minutes! The closest airport is Avignon as well with daily flights to Paris. But most international connections are made through the international airports of Marseille-Marignan or Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Places of Interest near this Property
This recently built and tastefully decorated villa accommodates up to 10 people.
It has a heated pool and air conditioning and is just a few minutes drive away from the village of Saint Rémy de Provence where there are shops and restaurants.
This villa is part of a large property consisting of two separate villas and with enclosed garden and security access via a large gates.
Bedroom 1 with queen size bed and a single bed.
Bedroom 2 with queen size bed, a single bed and a crib.
Bedroom 3 with 3 single beds.
Bedroom 4 with 3 single beds.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 1 with shower, WC.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 2 with bath, shower, WC.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 3 with shower, WC.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 4 with shower, WC.
Kitchen - The open and separate kitchen is separated from the kitchen by an eating counter, it is fully equipped: an oven, four electric induction hotplates, a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, an American fridge and a dishwasher.
Utility Room - Next to the kitchen is a laundry room with a washing machine and a dryer.
Living Rooms - The living room has two sets of French windows opening onto the garden and looking onto the pool. There is a fireplace, two large sofas, some armchairs, as well as a TV, and a stereo system with CD player.
A fully equipped summer kitchen is available off the kitchen and the living room, under the large paved and shaded terrace with garden furniture. It is equipped with a BBQ, 4 gas burners and a sink.
The landscaped garden is planted with trees (olives) and lawn.
The large heated swimming pool (10m x 5m) is surrounded by lawn.
You access the property through a private lane.
At the rear of the house are enough parking spaces for several cars.
There is also a garage for 1 car.
Suitable for children
Changeover day : Saturday
Arrival time : 4.00 pm, Departure time : 10.00 am
Linen and towels are provided and changed once a week.
End of stay cleaning is included in the rates.
- Bedroom 1 with queen size bed and single bed.
- Bedroom 2 with queen size bed, a single bed and a crib.
- Bedroom 3 with 3 single beds.
- Bedroom 4 with 3 single beds.
- En-suite bathroom to bedroom 1 with shower, WC.
- En-suite bathroom to bedroom 2 with bath, shower, WC.
- En-suite bathroom to bedroom 3 with shower, WC.
- En-suite bathroom to bedroom 4 with shower, WC.
- Separate WC.
- Kitchen - oven, four electric induction hotplates, a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, an American fridge and a dishwasher.
- Utility Room - washing machine and a dryer.
- Living Rooms - fireplace, two large sofas, some armchairs, as well as a TV, and a stereo system with CD player.
My name is Céline and I am French, living in Alsace. I earn my living as a real estate agent. My job means that I know and understand property and so I built this house as I would want it to be were I to live in it permanently myself.
I have always loved Provence for its sunshine and ambience and I chose St-Rémy-de- Provence as it is a very old town and very beautiful, nestling in the centre of the National Park of the Alpilles. I built this house so that I could enjoy it with family and friends and rent it out when I cannot be there.
I hope you will come to St-Rémy too and experience this glorious southern French lifestyle.