Le Domaine de Vaison la Romaine - VAIS101EE

Sleeps: 17   Bedrooms: 8

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Domaine de Vaison is a magnificent wine-making Domaine tucked away in the heart of Provence. The estate is set in a mountain valley with panoramic views of Mont Ventoux, surrounded by olive groves, apricot orchards and lavender fields, yet only fifteen minutes from the market town of Vaison-la-Romaine. We believe this to be one of the most prestigious holiday destinations in Provence. Sitting in 45 hectares of its own vines and 150 acres of private forest, the Domaine is nestled in the foothills of the Dentelles de Montmirail, complete with a working vineyard and a 9th-century priory that has been meticulously and lovingly restored to the highest standards. A perfect destination for hosting weddings, the owners of this spectacular vacation rental offer a bespoke service developed specifically for your wedding or special occasion requirements.

About Le Domaine de Vaison la Romaine

Le Domaine de Vaison la Romaine is a magnificent wine-making Domaine tucked away in the heart of Provence. The estate is set in a mountain valley with panoramic views of Mont Ventoux, surrounded by olive groves, apricot orchards and lavender fields, yet only fifteen minutes from the market town of Vaison-la-Romaine. We believe this to be one of the most prestigious holiday destinations in Provence.

Sitting in 45 hectares of its own vines and 150 acres of private forest, the Domaine is nestled in the foothills of the Dentelles de Montmirail, complete with a working vineyard and a 9th-century priory that has been meticulously and lovingly restored to the highest standards.

A perfect destination for hosting weddings, the owners of this spectacular vacation rental offer a bespoke service developed specifically for your wedding or special occasion requirements.

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Facilities and Features

Accommodation:
1 Double room with en-suite (180cm beds), 3 Twin rooms with en-suite, 4 Multiple rooms with en-suite

Indoor Facilities:
Air Con, Central Heating, Electric Heating in all Bedrooms, Hair Dryers, Iron, Tumble Dryer, Washing Machine, CD Player, DVD Player, Games, Home Cinema, Integrated sound system, iPod Docking Station, Selection of DVDs, Tuned Piano, Internet, Wi-Fi, TV, 2 Baby Cot

Spa Facilities:
Spa treatments (additional cost)

Outdoor Facilities:
Garden, Garden Furniture, Parasols, Patio, Sunloungers, Terrace, Terrace Furniture, Private Parking, Bikes, Boules/Pétanques, Children's Play Area

Swimming Pool:
10 x 20 metres Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Complies with Safety Standards, Exclusive Private Use, Fence, Heated pool
  • Private Villa
  • Private Pool
  • 6+ Bedrooms
  • 4+ Bathrooms
  • Private Parking
  • Aircon
  • Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Terrace
  • BBQ Area
  • Spacious garden

Location and Map

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Crestet ~ 3 km Villedieu ~ 6 km Roaix ~ 6 km Séguret ~ 7 km Puyméras ~ 7 km Entrechaux ~ 8 km Sablet ~ 9 km Buisson ~ 9 km Piégon ~ 9 km Orange ~ 29 km Carpentras ~ 29 km Avignon ~ 50 km

Straddling the Ouveze River, Vaison-la-Romaine is the largest archaeological site in Europe. Stroll through a vast Roman village. And it's also a lovely busy town with some superb restaurants and great shops.

Vaison-la-Romaine is the largest archaeological site in Europe. The most interesting aspects of this ancient town are its geography and its Roman ruins. The ruins and the modern town are in the valley on the banks of the river Ouvèze which is crossed by a Roman bridge from the first century. When you visit the town, take the time to stroll through the vast Roman village. The excavated remains are actually of two Roman districts; wander around while imagining what it was like to go about your daily life 2000 years earlier. And it's also a lovely busy town with some superb restaurants and great shops. The old town itself (or new if you're comparing it to the Roman section!) is superb and well worth the wander up the hill.

The most interesting aspects of Vaison-la-Romaine are its geography and its Roman ruins. The Roman ruins and the modern town are in the valley on the banks of the river Ouvèze which is crossed by a Roman bridge from the first century. The excavated remains are of two Roman districts; wander around while imagining what it was like to go about your day 2000 years earlier. The old town itself (or new town if you're comparing it to the Roman section!) is superb and well worth the wander up the hill. Fabulous views, cobbled streets, delightful gardens and architecture. The valley floor was safe from attack in Roman and modern times. In the Middle Ages attacks were frequent and the town retreated up-hill to a more defensible position. The ruins of the castle, dating from 1195, perch at the top of the rock above the village itself. There is also a cloistered cathedral. Just south of Vaison-la-Romaine there are sculptures in natural settings to be discovered at the Crestet Centre d'Art. But contemporary Vaison la Romaine is also a delight! The Tuesday morning market in the lower town is huge and excellent. With a mix of fresh produce, fabrics, pottery and artworks, excellent breads and cheeses, fresh fish and hand made chocolates....from one end of the meal to the other! Local wineproducers offer tastings and the bric-a-brac dealers enjoy telling their stories. The town is full of all types of restaurants and shops.

Availability Calendar

 

Weekly rates and Extra Charges

Prices

rental period weekly rate
Arrival after 4pm, Departure by 10am. Times may be flexible out of high season.

Further Information

Additional Features:
6 Bicycles, Chef (additional rate), Childcare (additional rate), Gym, Landscaped Grounds, Property Manager, Rural Views, Safe, Tennis, Weddings, Weekly Linen Change, Wine Cellar

Cleaning:
24 Hour[s] per week of cleaning

Local Interest:
Live Theatre, Market, Museums, Restaurants, Scenic Walks, Sight Seeing, Woodland

Parking spaces:
Off-road parking, 14 Parking spaces

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