Mallemort-De-Provence Villa Rental Photos and Description
Pretty Provencal villa with stunning views of the Luberon
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Pretty villa built in traditional Provençal style and sleeping 6 people. Set within same secure estate as the world renowned golf course of Pont Royal. The villa is in a beautiful location overlooking the Luberon mountains and is ideally situated for exploring this beautiful part of Provence.
Le Hameau des Trois Collines is tucked away at the far end of the Domaine - peaceful and quiet yet walking distance from the village square.
Large 'wrap around' terrace and private garden stocked with lavender, rosemary and mature shrubs, with stunning views of the Luberon and barbecue for al fresco dining. There are two beautiful shared pools, one situated about 15m from villa, the other larger infinity pool about 200m from the villa. These pools are for the exclusive use of residents and guests of Le Hameau des Trois Collines.
The accommodation is spacious with a large open plan ground floor, downstairs wc and 3 good sized bedrooms with one en-suite shower room and large family bathroom - the villa is well equipped with everything you could need for a happy holiday.
Free internet access (wifi).
Originally made famous in the Peter Mayle book 'A Year in Provence', the Luberon in Provence boasts spectacular countryside of vineyards and orchards and beautiful perched hill-top villages. With a market in a different village or town every day of the week, there is always somewhere to go to find fantastic local produce at a great price. There are plenty of activities for all ages close by - numerous trails for walkers, fantastic countryside for cyclists, romantic villages, dramatic ruins, deep gorges, pretty valleys, beaches and fishing villages - the area really does have something for everyone!
We may be biased but we really do think that Provence has it all and is deservedly the most popular region in France for tourists and holidaymakers. Three of France's six national parks are in here and it also has five regional nature parks.
And look no further for cultural heritage, with a civilisation stretching back further than Northern France, Provence has one of the finest collections of roman remains anywhere in Europe. Try and find time to visit at least one of the World Heritage Sites - the Roman Amphitheatre in Arles, the Papal Palace and the famous bridge in Avignon, the Pont du Gard - stunning Roman Aquaduct near Avignon and the Roman theatre in Orange.
Of if relaxation is what you crave - just chill out in our pretty garden with a glass of local wine, soak up the sunshine by one of the two pools or take a walk up to Pont Royal village and enjoy a cold beer by the lake.
Come and explore and find your own favourite - we have provided plenty of up-to-date guide books, travel books and suggestions in our Guest Manual to help you plan your holiday.
Have a look at comments from our guests and do not hesitate to contact me directly if I can help you with anything - we look forward to welcoming you.
- children welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
We really loved this place. The house is so lovely. The kids really enjoyed the swimming pool, all the toys in here and the oldest one loved the films he could see in the evening. Superb region! We visited Aix-en-Provence, Baux de Provence, Arles, Avignon, Pont du Gard, Gordes - all gorgeous. But we liked Fontaine de Vacluse the most. We can't say anything negative. We had a very happy holiday. Thanks!
Debby & Frank McMorran
Frank and Debby McMorran - we currently live and work in Belfast, Northern Ireland and have four children aged between 20 and 26 who are pursuing their own careers and spreading their wings. Although Northern Ireland is a beauriful country, the climate can be predictably awful and we found ourselves craving the sunshine and outdoor way of life. We had been lucky enough to rent a beautiful villa in Pont Royal from friends and after spending a number of summer and weekend breaks there we discovered that a new development was being built within the Domaine. We took the plunge and signed for Mas 15, Le Hameau des Trois Collines in September 2006 when all we had to go on was a building site and plans. The house was finished in 2008 and we are all delighted with the end result - it is proving to be a wonderful bolt hole that we can escape to and spend quality time as a family exploring the countryside and enjoying the fantastic food and wine that this region produces.
As a family we love Pont Royal because it is secure and safe for all ages. When our children were growing up they loved the independence of being able to walk to the village and take part in some of the numerous activities - making friends that they are still in contact with to this day. Our little corner of the Domaine is quiet and peaceful but an easy stroll from the shops, restaurants, bars and golf club of Pont Royal. As the plants around the house have matured our little garden has become a private haven of sunshine and beautiful views - we are also lucky to have access to two pools which are accessed only by guests and residents of our Hamlet.
The golf course of Pont Royal designed by the late Seve Ballesteros is a huge draw for golfers and with the new 6 hole course and driving range just below our house there is plenty for all abilities. For the non golfers the course provides a beautiful back drop for the Domaine.
Our house is perfectly situated for those wishing to explore this beautiful region - the Luberon with it's pretty perched villages, the fabulous cities of Avignon and Aix en Provence and the World Heritage Sites - the Roman Amphitheatre in Arles, the Papal Palace and the famous bridge in Avignon, the Pont du Gard - stunning Roman Aqueduct near Avignon and the Roman theatre in Orange.
We discover new places with each visit and love being able to share our house with our guests and are delighted with the feedback we receive from them.