About the property
- House1750 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Townhouse in Bargemon, Provence, France
Spacious townhouse conveniently located in village. Sleeps 8 comfortably. South facing with stunning views to Claviers and to the Mediterranean. Large dining, sitting and family/games rooms. Mature garden with large patio, BBQ, fig, apricot, olive and campsis trees, 40ft high mauve bouganvillea. Enclosed oval pool. The bedrooms are on three floors. Dining room with south facing balcony seats 12 comfortably. Sitting room with L shaped sofa, library, TV and beautiful log burning stone fireplace and balcony for breakfast or aperitifs. Fully equipped kitchen with seating area. Master bedroom with trompe d'oeuil cloth wallpaper overlooks garden and pool. En-suite bathroom with roll topped bath, large antique mirror and wet room. Well equipped summer kitchen with eating area and family/games room both with high vaulted ceilings. Bargemon is a picturesque medieval village with restaurants, shops, bank, chemist and vineyard. Try the Rose, Merlot or Sauvignon Blanc.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Feb 12, 2018
About Thomas McIntosh
I live in Sussex with my wife and our Springer Spaniel. We are both professional people. We always took our family holidays in Provence in rented accommodation. We rented a house in Bargemon for six years before deciding to buy a house in the village. Bargemon is full of charm and character with a square where one can sit and watch the world go by. Well served with restaurants, grocer, greengrocer, chemist and vineyard. We have made many friends over the years. We bought our house in 2007 and visit 4-5 times a year. We fell in love with the house as soon as we saw it. Built in the 1940s it is a three minute walk from the village. All the rooms some with balconies face South looking down the valley towards Clavier and the Mediterranean in the distance.
Thomas McIntosh purchased this House in 2007
Why Thomas McIntosh chose Bargemon
Bargemon is full of charm and character with a square where one can sit and watch the world go by. Well served with restaurants, boucherie, boulangerie, tabac grocer, greengrocer, chemist and vineyard.
What makes this House unique
The townhouse was built in the 1940s. A two minute walk brings you into the centre of the village. We fell in love with the house with the ease of whether it is collecting the fresh croissants and bread in the morning, collecting that much need additional bottle of rose at lunchtime, or whether an afternoon stroll to proxy or tabac is needed. It provides great charm and period features. The appeal of Bargemon is you can do as much or as little as you like and provides the base for a perfect holiday.Split over multi-levels provides a practical and expansive living space. A rare feature of this property is its close vicinity to the Village Centre but also has an outdoor space and more importantly a swimming pool. This has a number of restaurants ranging from bistro to fine diners.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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Special interest holidays: Lac St Cassien is 30 minutes away with sailing, windsurfing, swimming, pedalos and fishing activities together with bars and restaurants. Gorge de Verdon is 40 minutes away with kayaking and white water rafting Gliding is available at Fayence aerodrome. Degustations (wine tasting) is available at many vineyards in the area including Bargemon's own vineyard. Coast/Beach: The coastal beaches and resorts of Ste. Maxime, St. Tropez and Frejus are easily accessible - 50 minute drive. The beaches at Cannes and Nice are 45 and 60 minutes away. Take the ferry from St Maxime to St Tropez. Travel: By Air Nice airport is 70 minutes away. Marseille 80 minutes. Toulon 60 minutes. By train Eurostar to Lille or Paris. TGV to Les Arcs/Draguignan. Eurostar London - Aix en Provence (May/June) 5 1/2 hours Saturday summer service, London - Avignon (July-August) - 5 hours. Car hire facilities at Aix and Avignon. By car. Calais to Bargemon is 12 hours. Save time at the autoroute tolls by subscribing to liber-t Google Tele-peages for details. . Fuel is c.15% cheaper in France. Distances: Fayence with its Market days Tuesdays and Saturdays - 35 minutes. Draguignan - 25 minutes Grasse - perfume centre of the world - 40 minutes Gorge de Verdon - 40 minutes St Tropez - 70 minutes Ste Maxime (ferry to St Tropez) - 50 minutes Mons with views to Corsica on a fine day - 40 minutes Further Details: Bargemon is a Provencal village parts of which pre date Medieval times. although its most famous inhabitants are Posh and David Beckham Bargemon is more likely to attract artists and writers with its winsome charm, old stone houses, ramparts, narrow streets and shady squares with geraniums and sparkling crystal fountains. It is not for nothing that for many, Bargemon is the prettiest village in Provence -an accolade not easily earned, as there is some stiff competition in the region! There is a real sense of history in Bargemon, and it is worth paying a little time with some of the ancient buildings that grace this lovely village. There are remains of the old ramparts that once fortified Bargemon against attackers, and it is still possible to see the sites of the old prison, the Sarrasin tower and various ancient gateways to the village. There's a museum and an interesting old church to visit, and the village also has olive mills where the olive oil is squeezed from the ripe, locally grown olives. Bargemon is really just a good sized village, but it is extremely well equipped with shops and services to make life as comfortable and easy as possible for its residents and visitors. You will find a supermarket as well as local shops such as boulangeries, a bank, a pharmacy, art galleries and a good selection of excellent little restaurants. Bargemon is in a great location for sports fans and the wonderful Provencal countryside is superb for anyone who loves an active, outdoor way of life. The village has tennis courts, a swimming pool, and more swimming can be had locally in lakes and, a short distance away - the Med! Nearby there is fishing, golf, horse-riding, paragliding, cycling and wonderful walking. Don't forget Bargemon's own vineyard where grapes are cultivated for delicious local Rose, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir wines.
Rates & Availability
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Booking Notes: Please contact the owners for further details. A deposit of 30% of the total letting price is payable at the time of booking plus a fully refundable(housekeeper will check the house as you leave) damages deposit of 100 pounds is also paid at the time of booking. Balance due 8 weeks before commencement of rental period. Arrival at the house no earlier than 16:00 hours and departure no later than 10:00. Changeover Day: L' Amandine preferred changeover days are Saturday. We ask all residents to vacate the property by 10.00am. This will give time for the cleaner to prepare L'Amandine for the next visitors.