A view of Le Petit Coquelicot (the little poppy) as you arrive at the property. Notice Bonnieux sitting majestically on its mount in the background.
It takes 10 to 15 minutes to walk into Bonnieux from the property depending on your pace. Less time to return.
A view from the upper terrace overlooking the pool house, heated swimming pool and a small part of the garden. The pool house contains a chimney where barbecues can be safely used, and a large table for al fresco dining.
The pool has a rigid cover which helps to maintain the water temperature at night and when the Mistral decides to blow.
The beautiful kitchen is modern and provides all the mod cons necessary to make your stay a memorable one for all the right reasons.
As well as the end-of-stay clean, a housekeeper attends every Wednesday morning for 2 hours. For guests staying more than one week, linen and towels will also be changed on Saturdays. More housekeeping can be arranged as per your requirements.
The sitting area is airy and rather classy. The fireplace functions perfectly making Le Petit Coquelicot an ideal long-term winter rental. Enquire for special rates.
The sitting room has French windows leading out into the garden to the rear of the house.
Provence, Emotional Escapes presents Le Petit Coquelicot, a luxury villa rental within walking distance of Bonnieux, a hill top village in the Luberon, Provence, South of France.
Sitting in 3.5 hectares of manicured grounds, Le Petit Coquelicot is an authentic Mas that has been entirely renovated to offer its guests a wonderful stay in this idyllic location.
The property is alarmed and has electric gates to the entrance of the grounds. There are 5 flat screen TV's in the house and iPad docking stations. Each bedroom has WIFI internet connection. Ancient thick stone walls help keep the villa cool.
It's a 10 to 15 minute walk from the property to the hill top village of Bonnieux, and other tourist villages such as Lacoste and Ménerbes are a short drive away. Nowhere in the northern Luberon is more than a 20 minute drive, and most villages are much less.
Bonnieux is a pretty and lively village with plenty of boutiques, bars and restaurants for your pleasure. Bonnieux is also the last village before you cross the Luberon hills to the south in order to visit Lourmarin, a truly beautiful and cultured village sitting the other side of the hills. Famous for its château, its lush greenery, its cobbled streets, lively weekly market and much, much more, Lourmarin is a 'must visit' during your stay in the Luberon.