|Space||538 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
This apartment is approximately 50 sq.mtrs and is situated on the first floor. It contains 1 large bedroom with a double bed and window leading onto the balcony. The lounge is large with an 'L' shaped kitchen attached. In the lounge area there is a large convertible sofa. The kitchen contains a 4 ring gas hob and a small oven/grill, a fridge and plenty of working surface. There is ample cupboard space. There is a shower-room with wash hand basin and a separate toilet. This apartment has a large terrace with table and chairs and sun lounges and a tiled sun roof offers shade during the day. This terrace has a view on garden and swimming pool.
Mas de Bazarde is a farmhouse built at the end of the 18 Century. Originally set in open countryside, the house is now part of the village of Orgon, which, with its walled fortification and its church sanctuary retains a unique rural atmosphere. The Mas has been refurbished to the highest standards and offers 4, superb self-catering apartments with a choice of one, two or three bedrooms. Local craftsmen and materials have been used in refurbishing the apartments which has ensured that the Provencal style has been retained whilst providing modern facilities.
Rock Climbing: ORGON is the ideal location for the rock climber who wants to climb all year round. A short walk through the village opens up to a large valley with somewhere in the region of 300 graded climbs, from 3 to 8C plus. The atmosphere is idyllic as the valley runs East-West and allows the climber the option during winter or summer to be in the sun or the shade.
Within 15/45 minutes drive are other excellent climbing areas such as Les Baux, St Remy-de-Provence, Mouries, Mausane, Fontvielles, Auraille and Buoux.
Cycling: Just a quick look through the Visitors Book at Mas de Bazarde will reveal the names of many British cyclists who have come here over the last 10 years to enjoy the riding, whether training, touring or just simply pottering around the quiet leafy lanes. And they keep coming back because this is a cycling paradise.
Whatever your expectations of a cycling holiday, Provence can be guaranteed to provide just what you are looking for, be it the rolling countryside, challenging hills, sleepy villages, flat plains or car-free country lanes and you don`t have to stray far from Orgon to enjoy it.
Walking : Spring and Autumn are delightful times to walk in most Countries, however, the clarity of light and the gentle warmth of the sun makes Provence and ideal location for a walking holiday.
We enjoy walking ourselves, and over the years we have collected many routes in the surrounding countryside, which we will be happy to share with our visitors if they so wish. We can offer advice and help where necessary and offer local maps.
Janet and Roger from Dartford, Kent ' Fantastic holiday, great cycling area. Especially liked the Alpilles. Roger enjoyed cycling up Mont Ventoux with Tom McCall. Thank you Mike and Cynthia for your hospitality.'
Patricia, Tony, Connor and Asife 'what better place to celebrate Asife`s 1st birthday, one year in Provence. Thanks Mike and Cynthia for your kind hospitality.'
Alan, Karen, Kate & Rebecca ' a third excellent visit, thank you Mike and Cynthia.'