L'Orangerie is a cottage designed for families with a size of over 55 m² and set up in an outbuilding at the South-West corner of the bastide.
L'Orangerie offers spacious accommodation and enjoys a full equipment. It is also equipped with reversible air conditioning for the full enjoyment of its high brightness without suffering from the heat even in the middle of summer.
L'Orangerie can accommodate a couple with two children or two people sharing a room and possibly a fifth person sleeping in the sofa bed in the living room. The rooms are illuminated by bright roof windows with blackout blinds. The master bedroom also has a window facing South.
Bed linen and towels are provided and cleaning at the end of the stay is included in the rental price.
140 cm wide bed in the master bedroom. Twin beds in the second room and sofa-bed in the living room on the ground floor.
The bathroom is on the ground floor and has a sink and shower. The toilets are separated.
The kitchen is in the same space as the living room.
The work plan is tiled with a double bowl sink one end.
A domino glass ceramic hob, a mini-grill/oven, microwave oven, coffee machine, kettle, complete cookware & dishes.
Dish washer, fridge, washing machine, vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board.
Flat screen DVD/CD/TV combo.
The terrace outside l'Orangerie is covered with canisses and directly overlooks the lavender field of the bastide. A table and four chairs outside allow you to sit comfortably for meals outside.
Two loungers are also provided.
Large wardrobes with hanging space on the ground floor. A small dresser with shelves in each room.
Shelves in the shower room.
Additional storage on the ground floor.
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Our guests have access to a 11m x 5m swimming pool. It is generally open from early May to mid-October (depending on weather conditions). The pool is heated by a heat pump that ensures comfortable swimming, even in the mid-season.
The pool is set on a spacious terrace, a few steps down from the main terrace of the the bastide; this location both protects swimmers from view while maintaining the tranquillity of those who prefer to rest.