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Recent Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Reviews

  • Charming backdrop to a visit of Lyon
    4 of 5

    The cottage is beautifully set - modern and well lit. The view from the cottage is spectacular, making it the perfect getaway from the hectic modern lifestyle. The cottage has a very spacious living area and two bedrooms, as well as an attic with two single beds that are ideal for children. There is a modern jacuzzi bath in front of the house, which our children loved at any time of the day. The owners live next door, however you hardly ever see them... unless you need something. Furthermore, since the cottage is built of glass, they kept the window facing the cottage locked throughout our stay to safeguard our privacy. We truly recommend this beautiful cottage, and look forward to return ourselves.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • Modern architectural charm in quiet Provence village
    5 of 5

    My husband and I stayed 5 nights in this atypically charming spot. We had wanted a dramatic shift from noisy city streets and this was perfect. It's quirky in that the entrance is from a tiny passageway. This leads into the lower level with a kitchen, dining area, and bathroom. A unique stairway leads to the spacious bedroom and "living room" on the top level, in a space with an exceptionally high ceiling. There are numerous interesting windows, all of which have covers if you want to block out the light (we didn't). Nobody will look in as there are only trees and nature in the large yard and garden that leads to the Ouveze river nearby. Unfortunately we had quite a bit of rain but our spirits were not dampened because the place has a unique charm. A few useful shops and restaurants are within a walkable distance in this remarkably quiet village. Larger offerings are available by car (Buis les Baronnies, Noyes) with amazing open markets on certain days. Vineyards are everywhere and fine wines are omnipresent and affordable. We are unlikely to return, simply because we like to have new experiences on each trip, but otherwise we have very fond memories of this lovely place. One note of caution: We learned that as 70 year olds, it's best for us to have our bedroom and bathroom on the same floor, and this is not the case here. For younger people, this should not be a concern. The hosts are delightful, giving information when it's requested, and speaking French with those who are eager to practice theirs. We believe their English is adequate, too, although we only experienced this in writing. A final note on the kitchen: it's great to have a clothes washer, but as with other places in Europe, the dryer is a rack that you use outside in the sun. Otherwise, the kitchen is small, but cute, and it has what you'll need even though it is nicely tucked away to keep the space tidy and adorable. This place really is a gem, especially if you like to be "off the beaten path."

    Stayed: Jun 2018