Our 200 year old stone village house has a provençal name meaning 'silk worm'. This gives you the clue to its origins as a silk making factory. Provence had a robust silk industry during the 1800s.
The house is spacious and light, suits 2 to 4 people. Guests can congregate as a group or disperse to seclusion as the mood dictates. Would you prefer the full sun of the large southwest facing terrace or would you like to take tea in the sheltered courtyard outside the kitchen? Would you like to sit by the fire in the entry library room or would you prefer to be in the large sitting room and soak up the view from the four majestic arch windows looking at nothing but greenery and hearing nothing but the birds sing?
The kitchen is large enough for company when the cook is in full flight. The dining room will easily accommodate six enthusiastic dinner guests or more; the friendlier you are the more you can squeeze on.
Two double bedrooms and combined bathroom and toilet are on the first level. You step onto the large southwest facing terrace from this level to enjoy views of the valley towards Avignon or the rock face of the village.