Paris Latin Quarter - Boulevard Saint Marcel
Boulevard Saint Marcel is located in the 5th arrondissement of the Latin Quarter. It is within an 19th century building on the 6th floor. There is a lift, which takes you to the 5th and a small staircase to the top.
With five double windows and a southerly orientation the apartment is light and airy throughout the whole day. There is also a beautiful view up and down the boulevard. Every window has double-glazing for the colder months.
The apartment has been completely renovated in a modern style with all necessary appliances to make your stay enjoyable. It has one bedroom with a queen size bed and a living room with a double sofa bed. There is a full size eat-in kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, microwave, oven etc.
The living room also has a television with cable connection for both French and English programs, DVD/VCR with a selection of videos and a radio/CD player. There is also a small library with a selection of fiction, local interest novels and guidebooks.
Pays de la Loire - farmhouse l'Aunay
l’Aunay is an 18th century farmhouse in the Department Sarthe of the region called the Pays de La Loire. It is approximately one kilometre from the village of Souge-le-Ganelon.
The farmhouse construction is of the traditional method using fieldstone from the surrounding land. Its layout follows the typical U shape format. That is, a barn on one side, the stables on the other and the house in the middle. We have completely restored the house including new plumbing, kitchen, electricals and roof. However, we retained the original character while making it more practical for the 21st century.
It is designed to be cosy just for two or opened up to accommodate up to 10 people.
Provence - Saint Martin de Castillon - village house Beausoleil
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Luberon area of the Vaucluse, so richly written about by Peter Mayle in his famous book, 'A Year in Provence'.
Saint Martin de Castillon is a beautiful village surrounded by superb countryside. The village displays a quality of life that is both sunny and peaceful. As far as the eye can see there are fragrant fields of lavender, wooded hills and lush green valleys.
Beausoleil, means beautiful sun, and is a large village house over three levels. There are three bedrooms plus living room, kitchen, one and a half bathrooms and terrace. It has been completely renovated but retains all its rustic charm.
The view from the terrace to the Montagne du Luberon