THE GOULT STUDIO
I live in the picturesque hill-top village of Goult in the Luberon (Provence) and in my garden, I have a delightful, newly converted, 30m2 studio for two. The property is situated in the village but it is quiet and secluded. All amenities are within walking distance.
The studio comprises:
- 180cm x 200cm super-king size bed (can be made up as two 90cm beds) Linen is provided.
- Bathroom with shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail.
- A fully equipped open-plan kitchen (182 litre fridge with freezer compartment, two ring glass ceramic hob, oven, microwave, and dishwasher).
- Television (Orange internet tv).
- Private terrace with Weber gas barbecue.
- Large terraced garden with sun beds and outside shower (for cooling off after sunbathing).
- Ample parking on the village square.
- Possibility of off-street parking.
RATES & STUFF
Weekly (7 nights) rental, from Saturday 16h00 to Saturday 10h00. Minimum 7 nights’ rental.
- 31 March – 28 April 2018: 630€
- 28 April – 29 September 2018: 735€
- 29 September – 27 October 2018: 630€
- April & October 2019: 650€
- May-September 2019: 750€
The rental includes local taxes, linen (bed linen, towels, tea towels), WIFI, Orange internet TV, air conditioning/heating.
The studio is for a maximum of two people. The property is not suitable for children and, I’m sorry, I don’t accept pets. Please also note that the studio is non-smoking.
THE VILLAGE: GOULT
Goult is a quiet, unspoiled, hilltop village. The studio is 2 minutes walk from one of the liveliest cafés in the area, the Café de la Poste. There is also a grocery, a butcher, a bakery, a hairdresser, a beauty treatment/spa center, a post office, a tourist office, five restaurants and a pizzeria (the chemist is a 10-minute walk down the hill to Lumières).
This is a link to the official website for the village.
Marseille Provence Airport : 78km
Avignon TGV (high speed train station): 42km
A7 motorway, Cavaillon exit : 20km
A7 motorway, Avignon sud exit : 29km
Me… I’m called Ailie and I’ve lived in the Luberon since 1990. I worked part-time for author Peter Mayle for 25 years but, amongst other things, I’ve also taught English, set up a gift shop and given tastings in a winery, run a corkscrew museum, worked in a restaurant, been part of a catering company and done a degree with the Open University. I enjoy walking and I’m passionate about food.