Le Thor de Provence - ISLS106YF

Prices from £4,594 - £8,422

Guests: 12   Bedrooms: 6

Lovely restored property to an authentic style. 10min away is l`Isle sur la Sorgue, famous for its silk mills now renowned for its Sunday antique and food market. Each room is very spacious, and of a heated swimming pool is available. An ideal location for a holiday with family and friends, especially for those who want to explore more about the Luberon. Aircon throughout, 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms.

About Le Thor de Provence

This lovely property has been restored in a truly authentic style. It is situated just ten minutes from the delightful town of l`Isle sur la Sorgue, famous for its silk mills in the Middle Ages and now renowned for its Sunday antique and food market. The ancient water wheels from the silk mills still turn on the River Sorgue which flows through the centre of the town. Between the Luberon and les Alpilles, this is a very convenient base for touring this area of Provence with its charming villages. The closest village, Velleron, is a few minutes’ drive, and the centre of Avignon is just 15 minutes away.

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Facilities and Features

  • Aircon
  • Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Easy walk to shops (<15 mins)
  • Un-overlooked pool
  • Private pool
  • Heatable pool
  • Private parking
  • Secure parking
  • Barbecue
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Spacious garden

Layout

Ground floor

Entrance hall. Kitchen with central worktop, fridge with ice dispenser, espresso coffee machine and 2 dishwashers, and opening to front terrace. Living/dining room with fireplace and opening to terrace. Laundry room with washing machine, dryer and fridge/freezer. Guest WC. Small TV room with wall-mounted plasma screen.

First floor

Double bedroom with queen-size 160cm bed and views of the garden. Dressing room and bathroom with bath, double basin and separate WC. Bedroom with large twin beds of 120cm and en-suite shower room with shower and double basin. Double bedroom with 160cm bed and shower room with shower and double basin. Master bedroom with 160cm bed, opening to a private terrace. Dressing room and bathroom with bath, shower, double basin and WC.

Second floor

Two double bedrooms with 160cm beds and views of the garden. Both bedrooms have shower rooms and double basins. Separate WC.

Staff
A weekly maid service of 4 hours is included in the price. Extra hours on request.

Location and Map

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Le Luberon covers around 600sqkm and comprises of three mountain ranges, the highest peaks are around 1,250 metres high. Most of the area falls within the protection of the Parc Naturel regional du Luberon and is rich in both fauna and flora. The scenery is sometimes breathtaking and extremely diverse and includes; pine and oak forests, lush vineyard filled valleys, rolling hills, garrigue, lavender fields [of course], a desert [believe it or not] and boasts some of the most enchanting villages in France.

From the perched hilltop villages in the Golden Triangle, including; Gordes, Bonnieux, Goult, Oppede, Lacoste, Rousillion and Menerbes, to the vibrant town of L`Isle-sur-la- Sorgue, made famous for its Sunday brocante market and antique shops. Whilst other gems include, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the source of the river Sorgue and the beautiful Southern Luberon village, of Lourmarin, with its lovely Renaissance chateau.

The region is famous for the quality of its wine, food and very relaxing lifestyle, which is probably the reason why so many writers, in particular, have made it either their home, or wrote so eloquently about it. From Samuel Beckett to Albert Camus, from Marcel Pagnol, who wrote, Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources, to the more recent, Peter Mayle with his evocative best selling series, including A Year in Provence.

Weekly rates and Extra Charges

Prices

rental period weekly rate
25 May 2024 31 May 2024 £6,023
22 Jun 2024 28 Jun 2024 £7,554
29 Jun 2024 19 Jul 2024 £7,758
20 Jul 2024 26 Jul 2024 £7,911
27 Jul 2024 23 Aug 2024 £8,422
24 Aug 2024 20 Sep 2024 £5,767
21 Sep 2024 25 Apr 2025 £4,594
26 Apr 2025 09 May 2025 £4,951
10 May 2025 23 May 2025 £5,359
24 May 2025 30 May 2025 £6,023
21 Jun 2025 27 Jun 2025 £7,554
28 Jun 2025 18 Jul 2025 £7,758
19 Jul 2025 25 Jul 2025 £7,911
26 Jul 2025 22 Aug 2025 £8,422
23 Aug 2025 19 Sep 2025 £5,767
20 Sep 2025 24 Apr 2026 £4,594
Arrival after 4pm, Departure by 10am. Times may be flexible out of high season.

Extras

Item Cost Per Optional/ Mandatory Payment Due
Heating in cold weather £170 Per Week Optional With Balance

Fees and conditions

  • Security Deposit: £3,403
  • INCLUDED IN THE PRICE : CHANGE OF LINEN ONCE A WEEK
  • 2 HOURS MAID SERVICES PER DAY, MONDAY TO FRIDAY
  • EXIT CLEANING
  • HEATED SWIMMING POOL
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Further Information

Access to the property is through electrically controlled gates, up a gravel driveway lined with lavender bushes. The 12 x 6m heated and alarmed swimming pool is situated close to the house, surrounded by a sun terrace with outdoor shower and a pool house with WC. On one side of the terrace is a lovely covered sitting area furnished with large, comfortable cushions. There is a covered dining area with barbecue to one side of the front terrace, and a second dining terrace with two tables. The pool and dining furniture is all good quality teak or wrought iron. Beyond the pool area is a large lawned, fenced garden, with plenty of space for children to enjoy themselves.

The spacious, light rooms are painted in lovely, subtle colours, and furnished to a very high standard by the interior decorator owner in a wonderful creatively modern Provencal style. All the bedrooms are on the first and second floors, accessed by an attractive stone staircase with wrought iron banister.

Amenities include; gated entry, gas BBQ, plasma TV, DVD player, HI-FI, iPod dock and internet access.

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