90 EUR/night* starting at
If you're dreaming of colours and the cicadas singing in the pines; if you're longing for peace and breakfasts under the arbour, then you will just love this place.
A small, sun-yellow lounge, a romantic bedroom with a view over the 2000m² garden: these are the charms hiding behind the pink façade of this guest house.
A moment of respite that you will wish could last forever.
Breakfast is served at the time of your choosing with fresh-squeezed orange juice, croissants and danishes, fresh bread, fruit, eggs, tea, coffee, etc.
Corinne will be happy to offer you a dinner platter with dessert in the evening, or prepare a picnic basket during the day (upon request).
A flower garden, a swimming pool where to refresh, the quiet of the countryside so close to the city.
As we go hiking ourselves, we can indicate to you the lesser known trails for walkers, and the small lovely lanes winding through the region for cyclists.
Being lovers of good wines, we can tell you where to find some of the great wine-makers' cellars in the neighbouring areas.
Possibilities of hikes at 800 metres from the house, along small paths or bigger trails through the fragrant scrubland. You can cycle along quiet little lanes to the vineyards of Tavel and Lirac.
The Pont du Gard (20kms) Roman Aqueduct
Possibility of swimming, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking and exploring the old arches hidden away in the nature of the countryside.
The Fontaine de Vaucluse (30 kms)
with its blue waters cut off by the cliffs and the dry mountains.
From there, you can climb up to the Valesescure Farm to picnic and come across the magnificent bories (ancient dry-stone huts) that border the trail.
The Mont Ventoux 1911m (43 kms)
along marvellous trails and when you're tired you can rest against the sun-warmed stones of the old sheepfolds.
Ascension by bike for the athletic.
Come back down by way of the plain where vineyards and wine estates will welcome you.
The Nesque (50kms)
Head off to explore the fabulous gorges of the Nesque, gateway between the foothills of the Ventoux and the Monts de Vaucluse.
From there, you can climb up to the untamed Plateau de Vaucluse to the spot called St Hubert.
The view over the Mont Ventoux is grandiose.
You can head off to explore the big solitary farms, the bories,
the aiguiers for water storage and ruins that will get you dreaming.
The Luberon (40 kms)
The tracks of chariot wheels, ancestral donkey paths, villages clinging to the rocks.
Former railway lines converted into cycling paths that cross the varied and hidden away landscapes.
Contact and access
Campagne Bertani - 17, impasse Magali - 30400 Villeneuve-lez-Avignon
+33 (0)4 86 19 67 60
+33 (0)6 63 23 70 18