An exceptional location
Right in the heart of the Luberon Regional Nature Park, in Gordes, one of the most beautiful villages in France, we are delighted to welcome you in our house. Lovingly restored, the ancient olive oil mill offers 8 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
Conveniently located 1,5 km away from the old village of Gordes and protected from any bustle, you will recharge your batteries in the shade of Mediterranean trees and plants in the garden and enjoy the large pool
Noémie and Jérémie
Sense of place
Our house, an 18th century olive oil mill, has been totally restored with care and respect for its old stones, keeping intact its rich history, its authenticity and rural character. Stepping in the house, you immediately see the rock wall and the remains of the former mill
The house offers 350 m2 on two levels. The ground level hosts the living area, a large dining room, 2 kitchens and a utility room. 8 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are situated on the first floor.
An invitation to relax
The grounds are secluded, out of sight and planted with varieties of Mediterranean trees on the banks of the Senancole river. Many cozy and shady places provide privacy and tranquillity. A “Boules” playing ground is available for sport.
Near the house a large pool (4 x12 m) offers a shallow and safe area for kids under the surveillance of adults.
The pool is protected by a safety cover responding to the highest security guidelines.See the Photo Gallery
Services and equipment
- 8 bedrooms
- 8 bathrooms
- Sleeps up to 15 adults
- 9 toilets
- Pool 12 x 4 m with paddling area
- Free WiFi
- Baby equipment, playard
- Boules playing ground / with boules
- Table tennis
- Gas barbecue
- 2 washing machines + 2 drying machines + ironing equipment
- Closed car park at the entrance of the grounds
- Laundry provided: sheets, bathroom and pool towels
- Final cleaning included
A Region to discover
Perched on its rock, Gordes is considered one of the most beautiful villages in France, enhanced during centuries by the skill of its inhabitants. Its architecture and culture, its rich history and the breathtaking panoramic view explain why this village is the most “must see” gem of Provence.More