Menerbes House Rental Photos and Description
House - 2 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s) - 1 Bath - (Sleeps 2-4)
The High View House is located in the heart of Provence, in the “perched” or hilltop village of Menerbes. This village, which Peter Mayle wrote about in “A Year in Provence,” is an exceptionally authentic village in the heart of the Luberon with its hills, vineyards, fruit trees and lavender fields.
The High View House layout permits a couple, small family or group to enjoy renting a house in the heart of one of Provence’s most beautiful villages without having to take on a large 3-5 bedroom farm house which is so common in the area. Many families or two couples traveling together, however, choose to take the entire joined house so they may fully enjoy village life.
The High View House is three stories in height and is reached via a pedestrian-only street. Parts of the house date back at least 500 years if not more, but it has been lovingly renovated and modernized.
Conveniently located near: * The central location of Menerbes allows easy exploration of Provence by car, bicycle, foot or even horseback.
* Aix-en-Provence is less than an hour away, as is Marseilles airport.
* Avignon, the Palace of the Popes, and the TGV station are less than 40 minutes away.
* St. Remy-de-Provence is about 30 minutes away.
* Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the center of antique wheeling and dealing, is only fifteen minutes away.
Services include: * Weekly cleaning
* All linens
* Telephone service
* Cable television
* Wireless high-speed Internet access
* Hair dryer in bathroom
* Iron and ironing board
* Washer and dryer
* Parking available
More Information: For additional info, photos, and testimonials search HISTORIC RENTALS HIGH VIEW SUITE in Google's search engine!
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the manager
We have just returned from an amazing holiday in Provence! Just a short note to let you know that we had a most enjoyable stay in Menerbes and were rather sorry to leave after just one week! The village folk were so friendly and accommodating – our last evening's meal to celebrate a family birthday was one of the best meals we have ever had. The early morning visit to the butchery and the daily croissant orders made the reality of small town living a real prospect to consider. The amount of steps to climb is a winner to staying slim, trim, and young! We watched A Good Year again last evening just to have another look at one amazing part of the world. We took thousands of photographs so will be re-living our holiday for years to come.