A wonderful former sheep barn, fully renovated with quality materials and style.
It's a 15 min easy walk to the centre of Bonnieux, where there's a good selection of restaurants and shops as well as a weekly market, bike hire shop, tennis courts and tourist info office.
This villa is close to the Bastide de Capelongue restaurant, well known in the local area for quality wine and dining.
There are three bedrooms and 2 toilets.
Relax and enjoy the stunning views from your free-form private pool and garden.
On the ground floor the entrance hall leads to a living room with a lounge area, TV and a dining area which connects with the well equipped, fitted kitchen.
There a separate Laundry room and a ground floor toilet
Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor and has a double bed (160x200cm) with an adjoining shower room with sink. This bedroom has direct access onto the garden.
On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms. One has 2 single beds and an en-suite shower room with sink. The other has a double bed, walk in wardrobe, a shower room (with double sinks) and there's a separate toilet.
The house has wifi, a flat screen TV, hairdryer, coffee maker and cooling fan.
Outside you'll love the free form swimming pool with approximate dimensions of 10 x 5 m, secured with an alarm and generally open from May to the end of Sept each year.
There are 6 sun loungers - sun umbrella and garden lounge.
The grounds are fully enclosed and there's a BBQ for your use.
Gas, electric, & water are all included in the rental cost.
End-of-stay cleaning is included in the rental cost.
Bed & bathroom linen is included in the rental cost.
In France, it is necessary to pay a “Taxe de Séjour” for your stay. This is calculated on the number of adults in your party and number of nights you stay, payable when you make your reservation. 2.53 € per night and per adult.
The owner requests a damage deposit which is taken by credit card authorisation prior to your stay.
Change over day is Saturday in the summer months.
Pets are not permitted, sorry.
Smoking is not permitted inside this villa.
About the local area
The local village of Bonnieux is well serviced with bakers, butchers, grocers, bank and a post office. There are also a number of restaurants, one or two of which have very good reputations and are well known in the area.
The village itself is well worth exploring. It is one of the famous perched villages and is set on the side of a hillside. The village has many different levels as it climbs the hill, with different squares, cobbled streets and passages all waiting to be explored.
It's also a great location for touring and leisure; there are a number of the Grand Randonnée hiking routes that pass by the village and the Cavaillon to Apt Cycling route also runs by the village.
The view from Bonnieux is out over the plain of the Luberon, with vineyards, fields and cherry orchards. Further in the distance you can see other tiny medieval villages, also perched on hills but on the other side of the valley.
There is a weekly market on a Friday and as well as the usual small village shops, there are cafes, bars and restaurants, all of which are within walking distance of this house.Markets can also be found at a host of other local towns; Cavaillon, Roussillon, Coustellet and Apt to mention just a few.
The closest Supermarkets are either in Cavaillon or in Apt.