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- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Olive Mill in Bargemon, Var, Provence, France - Situated Within A Protected Environment, Stunning Views, 10 Minute Walk Into Bargemon
Newly renovated 200 year old olive mill with spacious accommodation including 5 en-suite bedrooms, including two cots and a private heated pool. The moulin is set in a secluded location with stunning views from all aspects to the nearby village of bargemon and the surrounding oak clad hills. The informal gardens have an abundance of native trees including olive, mulberry, fig, silver birch and cypress to name but a few. There is a small fruit orchard with cherries, apples and mirabelles - guests are encouraged to pick the fruits when ripe. The terrace in front of the moulin is south facing with a 10 x 5m heated pool which is fully enclosed in accordance with french law (anfor). Below the terrace is a grassed area where outdoor table tennis, croquet, badminton and quoits can be enjoyed. There is a boules pitch to the rear of the property.
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 21, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Beautiful holiday home, very well maintained with lots of space and so much character.
This is a magical place, situated with maximum privacy and amazing views of Bargemon. Very tastefully designed home,converted to a very high standard. Well kept with all the necessities in the kitchen for catering for a family. The only things I missed were a sieve and another larger pot for cooking for larger number, small things!!
Easy to walk into Bargemon in 10 minutes.
A very enjoyable place to visit and stay.
It is nice to receive such a positive review as I and the team work hard to ensure that guests have a great experience when they come to stay. Any extra items needed either for the kitchen or around the house are purchased if identified as desirable by previous guests.
Fabulous villa in perfect location
Beautiful villa in a glorious location with amazing views. Very child/ baby friendly with lots of space. Great holiday.
It's always gratifying to hear that guests have had a great holiday, and that they appreciated our lovely house and it's fabulous views.. As we have grandchildren ourselves, we have tried to make the house as baby friendly and as child safe as possible.
Tastefully decorated villa in lovely location. I picked this villa as every bedroom looked lovely and indeed they were. Pool and surrounding areas were also great with good seating and plenty of loungers .
The only downside was the track from main road to the gates of the villa was very narrow and rough and not really suitable for our car.
The property is also surrounded by an electric fence which was to keep the wild boar from damaging the garden but I think this should have been mentioned in the advert .
The villa also had problems with smelly drains which affected three of the bedrooms at various times throughout the week.The owner did get plumbers in to try to rectify the problem but to no avail.
Overall if the drain problem was rectified I would definitely return to this villa as we had great holiday
The property is reached via an unmade private road and it is fair to say that low cars (such as sports cars) might have difficulty. I have decided to amend the main advert to reflect this. All properties in this area have electric fences as the wild boar do tremendous damage if they get in. This has never been highlighted as an issue before, nevertheless I will consider putting this in the main details also.
It is every owners worst nightmare when despite our best efforts to ensure the property is well maintained - something goes wrong which is outside of our control - right in the middle of a busy rental season! It appeared at first to be a simple problem with one of the drains, but despite calling out a plumber and then a septic tank specialist, it has transpired that we need to break the terrace by the front door and remove several stone flags in order for the problem to be rectified. This will be very noisy and dusty as the flags are cut and lifted, the plumbing repair will take about 2 days. It will take a further day or two to replace the flags. This work will commence next week whilst my family are staying in the property. We have been assured by the technician that we will have no further problems.
I am more sorry than I can say if someone's holiday has been affected.
stunning olive mill in an idyllic setting,fantastic views.The mill itself is newly renovated to an exceptional standard (we wanted for nothing as its like home from home).very quiet yet within easy walking distance to the beautiful village of Bargemon with its tiny bistros and well stocked mini supermarket.cant wait to book again
Absolutely stunning villa !!!!!
The mill was beautifully furnished with real attention to detail. As a family of 7 there was plenty of room & each bedroom / ensuite had a feeling of luxury. The kitchen was well equipped and the lounge was comfortable and spacious. Ideally located within an easy stroll of the village. We will definitely be coming back next year.
Travel: A car is essential for a stay at Le Moulin de Maramouille. Airport: Nice 45 miles (75 mins). Toulon 45 miles (75 mins). Marseille 90 mins. By Car: Via Channel Port to Aix-en-Provence and A8 to Le Muy. Approx 730 miles from Calais. Nearest Railway Station: Les Arcs, 15 miles. London to Paris/Paris to Les Arcs. Distances: The village of Bargemon is just under 1/2 Km from the Mill. Callas is roughly 4 km from the Mill. Draguignan a market town is 12 miles away. Gorge du Verdon is approximately an hours drive away. The coast (Frejus, St Raphael) is 40 minutes drive away. Further Details: Bargemon is a charming and picturesque village which retains the original 12th Century gates and fortifications. It abounds in fountains, shaded squares and restaurants where you can sit outside and enjoy the atmosphere. It has a small weekly market and boasts two boulangeries, a small supermarket, a butcher, newsagents, tabac, greengrocers, florists, bank, dentist, doctor's surgery and a pharmacy. There are many beautiful medieval hilltop villages nearby, each have their own charm, most have a weekly market. Tennis is available in Bargemon and boating at Lac St. Cassien. There are many good walks nearby and for the really energetic a Grande Randonee along the base of the Gorge du Verdon or, for those not so energetic a drive along the spectacular rim of the gorge. Cycles can be hired in Bargemon. Skiing is possible in the Southern Alps, 1hr 30 min away. The coast and beaches are within easy reach, as are St. Tropez, St. Raphael, Cannes and Antibes. There are Cote de Provence wines to sample at Figanieres and perfumes to sample in Grasse. A car is essential to explore this wonderfully unspoilt area of Provence and also enables you to sample Provencal cuisine in the many and varied restaurants.
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Booking Notes: A 25% non-returnable deposit is required on booking, with the balance due 8 weeks before the start of the holiday. Changeover Day: In high season the changeover day is Saturday. The house must be vacated by 10am that day in order that it can be prepared for incoming guests. Arrival after 4pm. Notes on prices: Inclusive of all utilities, linens, towels and pool towels and clean on Saturday.