One of a very few owners that live in the village full time. No management I do it all myself, hence a very personal service., and always invite clients for aperos at my house. South facing, views east to beyond west, both sunrise and sunsets. Protected from the Mistral, private, peaceful but only two minutes walk to the local shops, bar and restaurants, fresh croissants on your doorstep, perfect. What more do you want, stunning views, in the foreground over the roof tops are the local mountains, vineyards, olive trees, cypress trees, but also Gigondas, sweeping to your right Orange and Avignon then across the Rhone to the mountains in the Ardeche, to the north Pierrelatte following through to Roaix, amazing. I would like to welcome back all those lovely people 'home' again and all those lovely people yet to come! After 17 years of owning Les Roseraies, the house has just been fully redecorated from top to bottom for the third time!!! New furntiure, bedlinen, towels, china and glasses etc. The house is set on two floors and has all you need and more with a fully equipped kitchen having lived in the house for six months I need my kitchen to have everything within hands reach and to cook with a view is so worth it. There is private parking in the courtyard by the front door, each bedroom has its own bathroom. But it is really the views from the main terrace which leads off the kitchen that all clients adore. More than 180 degrees, east to beyond west facing south, plenty of sunshine and you are protected from the dreaded Mistral wind. Why go out when you can see and breathe Provence. The sunsets are truly amazing, even better with a glass of wine in your hand! Plus there is the small terrace off the double bedroom ideal for a coffee in the shade.
The village of Sablet. How rare to find such a picturesque Provencal village with all amenities set back from the main road. Have lived in the village for the past 12 years and still do, all year round, not only are the local people friendly they are also very helpful and a delight.
So much to see and do from Sablet, several walks up into the hills which start from the village square. Rivers for swimming, plus two public pools all within ten minutes drive. The provencal market in Vaison la Romaine is a colourful delight. Forty minutes drive to La Pont du Gard, Isle sur la Sorgues for antiquities and brocante on a Sunday morning. The lavender fields along La Vallee de La Nesque towards Sault. Or just rest relax and enjoy a good book.