La Villa Douceur - ISLS105YF

Prices from £7,571 - £13,628

Guests: 20   Bedrooms: 9

Beautiful recently renovated 18th century farmhouse. Only 3kms away from the pretty market town of l'Isle sur la Sorgue. 6 hectares of grounds offering magnificent views. Large heated pool, and of course an incredible amount of space, perfect for families and children to play around. Not only that, but La Villa Douceur also offers table tennis, football table, games room and a billiard table.... Aircon, 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms.

About La Villa Douceur

This recently renovated 18th century farmhouse of 700sqm is located in the countryside some 3kms from the pretty market town of l`Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, famous for its antique shops and not to be missed lively Sunday market, selling, antiques- naturally, clothes and fresh Provencal produce. A short drive away is the captivating village and source of the river Sorgue, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. Whilst the Papal city of Avignon lies 40 minutes drive to the west.

The imposing south facing property is set in beautifully manicured flat parkland of some 6 hectares which features include a boules court and children`s playground. To one side of the main house sits the large and attractive pool area with heated swimming pool, covered and uncovered terracing, which features a spa, close by. Whilst on the other side of the house there is a large summer lounge/dining room, which can be used for events or large gatherings. Next to which is a games room, complete with pool table, baby foot, darts board, table tennis, air-hockey, home cinema and the like...

The creatively inspired owners have succeeded in decorating and furnishing the interiors in a stunningly innovative tasteful style, whilst the attention to detail is captivating. Each room is themed, different, eye catching and work seamlessly well against the backdrop of the original features of the spacious Provencal building. Whilst modern amenities ensure that guests creature comforts are more than very well catered for...


Facilities and Features

  • Aircon
  • Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Table tennis
  • Un-overlooked pool
  • Pets allowed on request
  • Private pool
  • Heatable pool
  • Heating
  • Private parking
  • Golf nearby
  • Secure parking
  • Family friendly
  • Terrace
  • Spacious garden
  • Event Venue


There are 9 bedrooms all of which have en-suite bathrooms. Two of the bathrooms have baths. All the double bedrooms have 180cm beds, which can be configured as twins. Three of the bedrooms have TVs.

Ground floor

Entrance hall. Guest WC. Large fully equipped modern kitchen. To the rear, there is secondary kitchen for outside caterers. Large dining room. Welcoming and comfortable living room. TV room. Large fully equipped laundry room. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and outdoor access. Separate studio with independent access, double bed, en-suite bathroom and kitchenette.

First floor

Four double bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. One double bedroom which has an additional single bed, baby crib and en-suite bathroom. One smaller twin bedded bedroom and en-suite bathroom. One breathtaking children`s dormitory with 5 single beds [2 of which are on a mezzanine floor] and en-suite bathroom.

A daily maid service of 12 hours a week is included in the price. Extra hours of cleaning and a full concierge service are available on request and are recommended for bookings of over a week

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


rental period weekly rate
06 Jul 2024 16 Aug 2024 £13,628
17 Aug 2024 30 Aug 2024 £11,912
31 Aug 2024 27 Sep 2024 £9,085
28 Sep 2024 13 Dec 2024 £7,571
15 Dec 2024 03 Jan 2025 £10,095
01 Mar 2025 11 Apr 2025 £7,571
12 Apr 2025 06 Jun 2025 £9,085
07 Jun 2025 04 Jul 2025 £11,912
05 Jul 2025 15 Aug 2025 £13,628
16 Aug 2025 29 Aug 2025 £11,912
30 Aug 2025 26 Sep 2025 £9,085
27 Sep 2025 12 Dec 2025 £7,571
Arrival after 4pm, Departure by 10am. Times may be flexible out of high season.

Fees and conditions

  • Security Deposit: £5,047
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Further Information

Amenities include; Automatic gated entry, English speaking satellite TV, DVD, CD, iPod dock, under-floor cooling/heating system on ground floor, music, book and film library, Jacuzzi spa, gas BBQ.

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