Our 17th century farmhouse is a traditional Provence stone cottage, situated in a great position for biking in the river plane opposite the Luberon hills, on the outskirts of Coustellet village. Our location makes for some gentle biking, whilst being ideally placed for exploring the Luberon Natural Park and the beautiful surrounding Provencal countryside and villages.
Our rides take in the Park's famous spectacular hill villages: Gordes, Ménerbes, Lacoste, Bonnieux… and pass other great sights such as Fontaine de Vaucluse, L'Isle sur la Sorgue, Roussillon's Ochre Mines, Oppède le Vieux, the Abbaye de Senanque, the Cedar forest and much more. You'll cycle alongside numerous vineyards, chateaux, waterways and orchards and past beautiful architecture and lavender fields...
We are also within easy driving distance of the Tour de France's "Giant of Provence" classic mountain climb Mont Ventoux, Aix en Provence, St Remy, Les Baux de Provence, Glanum Roman village, Pont du Gard, the Fort de Buoux, to name but a few...
Our accommodation ranks very highly on TripAdvisor, we are currently 2nd out of 105 B&Bs in the area. Click HERE to see the anonymous comments from our B&B guests.
We have also been awarded the “Recommended” badge by TripAdvisor as 100% of our guests would recommend us to their friends.
Our farmhouse has four guest rooms which are decorated in a traditional Provencal style, with either a double or two single beds & either ensuite or separate bathrooms (prices vary accordingly). All rooms have a flat screen TV, the necessary equipment for hot drinks, a hair dryer & heating. Bed linen, towels, dressing gowns and toiletries are all provided.
"A beautiful and historical home itself, this B&B experience includes some of the best food and hospitality I've encountered thanks to owners Neil and Nat."
Colleen - Canada -– Jun 13.
"I have travelled a great deal and I can definitely recommend this experience to anyone interested in a holiday in beautiful surroundings staying in personal, friendly, relaxing accommodation."
Harrison - UK - Apr 13.
"The hospitality in a friendly environment, great food and spotless accommodation made it a pleasure to stay here. "
Maryann - New Zealand –- Aug 12.
“Accommodation was comfortable and homely with great hospitality including lovely home-prepared food.”
Nick - UK - July 11.
“Once back at base, there is a lovely homely atmosphere and great hospitality. A marvellous time!“
Carrie - UK - July 11.
"We were looking for an authentic experience of Provence and we found it in this 17th Century farmhouse."
Jeff & Lynda - US - Sept 2010.
"The B&B was a quintessential Provencal stone farmhouse, across from a cherry orchard with a beautiful view of the Luberon Mountains."
Donna - US - June 2010.