16th Century, little 3 storey village house, on narrow cobble-stone windie paths, typical of towns in Provence being quite narrow, and with out much sunlight (to keep cool in Summer!) Comfortable if basic, we do not have a garden or a dish washer for example!
Within the heart of a little pedestrian town in Provence - Cathedrals, museums, a cinema, shops (of all kinds), restaurants, public outdoor swimming pool, as well as public parks are all within walking distance. Also nearby are lots of lovely small villages, 12th century castles, Roman remains, Bories(small stone shelters), The Luberon Park (which includes the mountain and forests), Cycle paths, The Provencal Colorado (walking paths in coloured sand), Rock climbing and horse riding in amazing settings not forgetting one of the most outstanding weekly markets are just some of many beautiful ways to spend a holiday.
we are a family with 2 children - an 11yr old and a 4 month old, living in France for the last 4 years after living in Ireland before. Hence we speak english and french.
I look after the children and my husband works with a street theatre company.
We like walking in forests, old castles and swimming in the sea!