This accommodation accepts only lovers of all kinds, life, nature, the human being.
“We are delighted by our stay. We enjoyed the beauty of the house, its tasteful decoration, quality kitchen equipment. The house has been restored with taste and respect for places, which are magical. It is a perfect place to rest, meditate and relax. The steps between each floor allow us to keep fit. The village is 2 steps away and there is everything you need: bakery, restaurants, brewery, shops, hiking trails ...”
For typical holidays, in the heart of a small farm specialized in olive trees cultivation and horse breeding, we welcome you in our wood trailer for your pleasure. Best point of departures for visiting the region : Tourtour 8km, Lake Ste Croix 15km, Gorges du Verdon 25km ....
“Nice quiet place. Nice welcome. Good advice to shine around. Atypical. We had a pleasant stay. Corinne is charming and very close to nature.”
Unusual and cosy. Quirky and inviting. Old meets new. This unique village house boasts two terraces, a small one with magnificent views of the limescale cliff face, and another private terrace in a succulent garden for wonderful dining alfresco. Situated in the heart of Cotignac, the house is within easy walking distance of shops, cafés and restaurants, yet tucked away for peace and quiet.
“Damien's cave is so joyful. Myself and my best friend booked a 4 day 'get away from it all' trip and getting to stay in such a gorgeous cave was absolute perfection. I will warn you that trying to park/find the house to start with is a little faffy but Damien was brilliant and very quick to respond when I send him a photo of where we were and he came and found us. You cannot get a car close by (closest parking is probably 5 min walk but the whole town is a hill and the part the cave is in is rather rocky - being a cave) but the town is so pictereques and the house is gorgeous that once you've got your stuff in it's perfection. In October the days are warm but it does get quite chilly at night so if you're coming in autumn it's all about layers, also we arrived on a Wednesday so most of the town was closed by 7pm with there only being 2 places open for food. - the food we had was lovely but if you want anything from the shop be quick! The house itself was so dreamy. I was in the master bedroom and had a little mini balcony that looked out over the town (and the clock tower - it rings every hour guys, usually going through the hour cycle twice - I googled it and apparently it's just a rural french thing but it does start at 7am so I was very much awake every morning) . The shower is SO GOOD, it's powerful but not so much it hurts and the temperature range is that of dreams. Both Rachel and I agreed that we would come back just for the shower! The house is super stylish, had everything we could think of that we needed for our stay, we ate out so I can't comment on the hob/oven situation but there's a large fridge/freezer and all the other amenities you could need. The sofa is super comfy and we spent many hours curled up, eating olives and reading our books. The toilet being just off the kitchen wasn't a problem for us but if you're super self-conscious it might be a bit weird to start with. I thought it was an excellent use of space. The town centre is super close, probably a 5 min walk down the hill (turn left out of the house and keep going down and you'll find it) there are a number of bakeries that have a gorgeous range of breads, pastry and patisserie avaliable every day so that was great and a deli that you can buy cheese, pate and meats for. One of the days we made a picnic and we got everything from those two shops. We had a hire car so we did go adventuring everyday. The Verdon Gorges are a must, we hired a PEDALO for an hour and it was just spectacular, we then went swimming in the lake which was stunning and very refreshing. Another day we went and had dinner in a local vineyard, we were the only ones sitting outside because it was quite cold but it was stunning and the food - probably the best of our trip - strongly recommend Les Clos des Vignes (I've also got it on good authority that the rose there was very pleasant). The sillian waterfalls which are near by (maybe 10mins by car) are super lush and part of a bigger walk (we only did a mini one). As I said, we had a fantastic time slowing down and switching off from the outside world. The town itself is gorgeous (do go exploring if you can), Damien's cave is fantastic and a brilliant base to either have a super lazy day milling about or to adventure around the whole of the Provence's from. Strongly recommend and I'm sure Rachel and I will be back!”