This house dates from the 13th and 14th Century, it overlooks the village of Boulbon and the Rhône valley.
am designs renovated the house with high focus on authenticity and with respect for the past. The natural environment plays an important role for both inside and outside. There are many terraces on different levels due to the location near the Montagnette. The swimming pool is built against a reclaimed stone wall. For the interior, am designs used natural and traditional materials, handmade or according to local techniques.
The house is available for 8 to 10 adult people
(not recommended for young children due to the steep terraced garden).
- air conditioning
- Apple TV
- Aesop skincare products
- weekly cleaning service
Shortterm / holiday rental
Photo / film production
The house is located in a typical Provençal village. Despite being a small village, Boulbon has several local shops like a bio shop, small supermarket, butcher, bakery, book shop, beauty salon... and it provides charming walking routes through its narrow streets and the Montagnette.
Within a range of 40 km, there are many well-known, typical Provençal places such as Avignon, Arles, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, les Baux-de-Provence, l’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Nîmes...
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