Ensoleillées 2 chambres, 2 salles de bains, de belles vues, aprox 2000sq ft avec terrasse
Particulier / consommateur
- anglais, français, italien
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Equipements de loisirs
Piscine / Spa
Les réservations annulées au moins 14 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100%. Les réservations annulées au moins 7 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50%.
Einzigartig ist die richtige Bezeichnung für dieses wundervoll liegende Haus
Direkt angrenzend an das alte Schloss liegt das Haus in einer Sackgasse ruhig gelegen in Beaucaire. Die Dachterasse ist atemberaubend und ideal den Tag mit einem kühlen Rosé ausklingen zu lassen. Einrichtung und Sauberkeit lassen keine Wünsche offen. Wir sind froh dieses kleine Schlösschen gefunden zu haben.
Off the beaten path
We loved staying in the old city. House was extremely interesting. Had a great time visiting Pont du Gard, Les Baux, Carriers de Lumieres, Avignon, St. Remy etc.
There was a big day at the castle our last day there...animations and spectacles.
Be aware that anyone with mobility issues would have a tough time walking up the street and there are a lot of stairs in the home.
There is no tv or microwave. Not a problem for us but if you really need them be sure to ask about it. WIFI worked well.
Basic supplies are needed such as coffee filters, TP, paper towels etc.
I did ask the manager to get instructions for the dishwasher and washing machine in English as they are quite different from what we have in the US.
Overall our group had a wonderful time even though the weather was iffy. The guy at La Terrasse in the square close by is a hoot. Fake fireplace is a riot.
Enjoy and relax on the terrace at the top of the house!
Our Favorite Memory of our Trip
This amazing home was even better than we imagined it would be! Located in Beaucaire, in the ancient part of town added to its appeal. It was a haven to return to each evening after a busy day of driving and visiting all the amazing sights in Provence.
This house makes you feel like you are royalty in many ways. The antique furnishing are beautiful, or if not antiques, fit so seamlessly into this amazing17th century home that you are comforted just being in it. All 3 floors we carefully decorated beauty!
When you first open the front door you are amazed at what you see. it is beautiful! You immediately see a stairway leading upstairs. On one side is a comfy living area with a canopy bed tucked quietly behind it. Peek behind the canopy bed in the back of the main for living area and you will see that this house was built right into the rock foundation for the castle right above it! On the other side of the room is a dining area with a beautiful kitchen area behind it and a few stairs leading up to one of the bathrooms with a tub.
The middle floor houses the 2 bedrooms (one queen bed and the other with 2 twin beds), one of the bathrooms with a shower, and an amazing large beautiful sitting area with elegant antique furnishings! All of the rooms have beautiful windows overlooking beautiful settings!
The kitchen is up to date with new appliances and all of the food staples that you need to enjoy your stay there. We made a trip to Carrefour the first day and only had to get the actual food that we would need while there. The 2 bathrooms were beautiful as well as being up to date. You will need to buy TP though!
The pièce de résistance, and what other reviewers all talk about, is the amazing 3rd floor deck with the million dollar view! It is beautiful during the day where you can see over the ancient village below. Your eye can wander up the hill to the right where the road that runs in front of the house takes you to the castle. It is beautiful at dusk, at sunset, and at sunrise where you feel for a moment that you have no cares in the world.
Because this is an ancient city that was not made for cars you will need to tote your bags up a short hill and be aware that you will need to park a short distance away outside the city wall. It was not a problem for us though it should be noted that it is not a good place to stay if you have mobility issues.
Our group was made up of 2 couples and we loved our time there! Perfection!
This is a magical place, set up with care and everything you’ll need to be content at a VRBO. We felt like royalty during our stay!
Jeff was super responsive. Excellent base to visit the region:)
We hope to come back here soon and definitely stay longer!
Thank you Jeff!!
Your welcome Armand! Delighted you enjoyed the house as much as I do. Come back anytime.
The house in Beaucaire was very clean and spacious for our family of 5. The bottle of wine that Jeffrey left was a kind welcoming. We loved sitting in the music room and on the large terrace. My only complaint was that there was no television or phone as had been advertised and considering we were staying for 2 weeks during the World Cup and Tour de France, this was a huge disappointment. After touring all day, we were looking forward to catching a bit of the games. I suggest that the tv and phone be taken off the VRBO page.
I a glad you enjoyed the house, but sorry about the tv and phone. Since I have never had a tv in the house, I had to go back and check the listing regarding any reference to a tv, created a number of years ago. For "TV", it says underneath, " tv coming soon, but hope you will spend more time together on the terrace". My experience at the house has been that it was so peaceful without a television and that friends and family visiting ( some avid tv watchers) actually enjoyed their time more just being together and interacting, that I never did get a television, and forgot I had ever indicated there was or would be one coming. . But thank you for pointing out the lapse, which I have just deleted so as to avoid any future unfulfilled expectation. I hope you found a tv in any of the local bars for the World Cup, which would have surely been a very animated affair. I was in Paris on the day of the World Cup and have never ever seen Paris like that, full of roaring fans and emotions everywhere in the streets. I made the mistake of going out into the crowds and by the time I arrived back with friends, realized my cell phone had been stolen from my pocket. Which leads me to the next topic.
As for the phone, as I explained it had been on the blink and I put it away till I got a new one. I arrived on the day you left, and subsequently bought a new one , but unfortunately not in time to make a difference for your visit. Again, my apologies. However, I hope your overall memories of your stay are good ones.
One of our favorite houses ever!! The terrace is absolutely magical! Coffee and wine every day!!
This house is spacious, beautifully renovated, and in what we thought was a wonderful location. It is close to all of the attractions of the Rhône vallée but far from places filled with tour buses. Very relaxing in every way. We loved dining at Madame Cecile’s on the old square just below the house and walking to Tarascon to visit their wonderful castle and for the heart stopping bull games. We also took in Nîmes, Arles, and Avignon. Fantastic memories!
Absolutely delighted!!! I am there now enjoying all of the aspects you mention, but get to call it home. Glad you had a moment where you could do the same,
Nichée au centre du triangle d'or entre Avignon, Arles et Nîmes, la ville historique de Beaucaire sur les rives du Rhône recèle de nombreux joyaux architecturaux remarquables datant du XIXe siècle, du canal du Rhône à Sète. à travers la ville avec de nombreux petits restaurants le long du canal. On peut visiter le château de Beaucaire et son jardin, ainsi que le musée Auguste Jacquet de la ville de Beaucaire, juste derrière la maison. L'écrivain Henry James décrit avec amour le château et les jardins vus de dessus la maison dans son livre "Un petit tour de France" et l'a sûrement passée lors de sa visite. La Place Vieille, ou vieille place, à seulement 200 mètres de la maison, est un endroit charmant pour un café, une collation ou un déjeuner ou un dîner artisanal préparé par Madame Cecile à L'Epicerie de Cecile. Il y a un marché aux puces tous les mercredis le long de la rivière au Champs de Foire. En été, il y a des spectacles équestres et des foires, des films en plein air et d'autres événements le long du Champs de Foire.
La maison est une distance idéale pour assister aux Festivals d'Avignon, au Festival de la Photographie d'Arles ou au Festval de la Danse à Montpellier
Beaucaire regorge de sites remarquables, dont le Pont du Gard, le plus grand aquaduc romain encore existant, l’abbaye troglodite de Saint-Romain, découpée dans le roc, la charmante ville voisine de Collias pour ses restaurants raffinés et une gorge incroyable randonnée ou promenade inspirante le long de la rivière.
Juste une promenade à travers le Rhône est la ville de Tarascon, rendue célèbre par Alphonse Daudet et son livre Tartarin de Tarascon. Vous y trouverez le château médiéval de Tarascon. Le restaurant MEO près de la gare est un excellent endroit pour dîner et vaut son prix. On peut également visiter le musée et la boutique de la célèbre imprimerie textile Souleiado dans son hôtel particulier du 18ème siècle