Located in the Provencal village of Boulbon between Avignon and Arles, the house dates back to the 14th century. It is situated just within the ramparts of an old fortified chateaux and about 100 meters from the village square. Part of the structure contains the communal well and washing sinks for the old fortified town, hence the name 'La Maison du Puits' or 'The Well House'. It has a sun terrace and small garden. The house floor area is 120m² on 3 floors and was totally renovated in 1999 by a local stone mason. It has 3 bedrooms, (two doubles and one twin) and two bathrooms, one en suite. A bed settee in the lounge means it can sleep up to 8. A travel cot (95x65cms) is also available for babies.
There are 5 bicycles available for guest use, and there is a free car park 150m from the house.
The owner is obliged to collect a stay tax or tourist tax on behalf of the French government. It is about 1.2 euros per person (over 18) per day but depends upon the nightly rate at the time. This will be added to the HomeAway invoice
The price includes one set of bed linen and towels. Guests making longer stays may request a change of bed linen and towels during their stay. This will be charged at 30 euros for a double bed and 15 euros for a single bed payable locally to the caretaker. Alternatively guests may do their own laundry.
The cost of cleaning at the end of the stay is included in the price. For longer stays, intermediate cleaning may be possible, subject to the cleaner being available. This will be at an additional cost of 50 euros per clean, payable locally to the caretaker.
The property has free wifi in all rooms.