Venasque Townhome Rental Photos and Description
Townhome, 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Our home is situated in a 16th century stone house at the center of Venasque (population 150), voted one of the most beautiful villages in France. On a quiet cul-de-sac, the house is private yet within walking distance of a boulangerie, a small grocery, and three fine restaurants. Our apt. has a rooftop terrace overlooking a valley of vineyards with spectacular views of Mount Ventoux. We have a second, adjoining apartment (sleeps 4) that can be linked and rented as a larger unit (sleeps 10) or shared by two families vacationing together. see our website www.chezkubik.com
Bouche Trou is a duplex that offers comfortable Provencal living year-round. Venasque, known for its cherry orchards, is a perched village surrounded by ancient, Saracen walls. Each morning, we go around the corner for our morning croissants and then follow one of 10 hiking trails from the village through glorious countryside.
The apartment has a big kitchen/dining area, spacious living room, three bedrooms (two Queen, two single beds) and two baths.
Keywords: Village townhouse
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
I wanted you to know how thoroughly we enjoyed Bouche Trou and our two weeks there in June. The house felt like a real home, to be lived in, and to return to and settle back in. I loved the kitchen. I happened to have been supplied with some lovely onions and garlic, as well as all the sugar, salt and flour one could ask for. That’s how I left it. It’s so nice to have a sense that the cooking goes on and on. The cookbooks are great too. Your pots are good; your stove works very nicely. These are excellent things when one is in the land of beautiful vegetables…and yes, it was cherry season. We ate them everyday. I loved the walk you can take from the village. We had drinks on the roof terrace every evening and felt we needed to pinch ourselves as Mt. Ventoux changed colors with the sunset. …The boulangerie is fantastic.
Julie Michaels Spence
My husband, Padraic, an ardent cyclist first visited Venasque when he came to follow the Tour de France with his sons. Once we discovered this gem of a village, we came back often, finally buying our home in 1993. We love the around-the-corner boulangerie, the hiking trails, the markets, the morning light, and all things Provencal.
The most beautiful village in Provence. Private, quiet, an easy drive to the vineyards of the Rhone Valley, Avignon, and surrounding hilltowns. We love being in the village with access to a good croissant and three lovely restaurants.
Dinner on our rooftop terrace overlooking Mt. Ventoux. Heaven.