With no other houses for hundreds of yards and mostly evergreen trees, the garden is a haven of peace and tranquility all year round.
The property's olive grove contains over 350 organically-grown olive trees, and there are also stone pines, cypresses, almond trees
and even two fish ponds with water lilies.
The origin of the word “Eygalieres” is the Latin AQUALERIA, place that collects water. Roman towns needed huge amounts of water, so
in order to provide enough water to the important nearby Roman town of Arles, “the Gauls’ little Rome,” the abundant waters of AQUALERIA
were sent by a mostly underground aqueduct to Arles.
The fully-equipped kitchen gives views out onto the front terrace and the grounds. Tastefully decorated, it is also highly functional:
two ovens, two fridges, two dishwashers and two sink areas make sure there's enough space for everyone. The numerous appliances
and extras in this kitchen include a wine cellar and an induction stove.
The living room is a tasteful blend between the house's past as a traditional farmhouse and its current life as a luxury vacation rental.
The far left of this picture shows where you can find the two first bedrooms listed below.
A bit of fun. The owner has created this cave-a-vin for your use. The temperature is constant, therefore an excellent place to store your purchases.
It also offers a very agreeable place to taste your favourite wine in a fitting atmosphere.
Eygalières has several wineries so you will enjoy trying these wines with meals or as an aperitif. Their rosés and whites are especially good. You may even
enjoy visiting a few wineries near by, or elsewhere.
The famous Southern Côtes-du-Rhône vineyards of Chateauneuf are only 45 minutes away, and Gigondas, Cairannne, Vacqueryas and
Beaumes-de-Venise just a little farther.
The up-and-coming Ventoux appellation, centered on the Mont Ventoux of Tour de France fame, has a lot of vineyards; try Domaine Chaumard
in Caromb, or the Domaine du Bon Remède and Domaine de Fondrechè, both in Mazan. The Mont Ventoux area is really the
"countryside" with small wineries dotted around, and charming little bistros where you can have a relaxing lunch
in the shadow of the "Giant of Provence."
The en-suite, twin bedded room is located on the first floor opposite the master bedroom.
The following three bedrooms are located in a charming little cottage in the garden, along with an extra sitting room.
This setup is absolutely perfect if you're travelling with kids or teens or staff who want some time to themselves.