The Mounestier offers to discover the traditions and charm of Provence. Located in an area where greenery and fountain remind the beautiful French gardens, the area offers vacationers a residence where the assets of the Provence Alpes Cote d’Azur region are profiled. The place, erected in an old monastery, offers two living spaces. The Mounestier, luxury cottage of 127 sqm, is established on 2 floors, offering families the opportunity to spend a quiet stay. The second, a small annex ideally arranged for two people, offers a bubble out of time that will appeal to lovers of exceptional establishments. For a weekend or a few weeks away from any source of stress, Le Mounestier is a relaxing place to relax.
Nestled in a place where the calm rhythm the days, the field is a lodging of prestige where the visitors taste the small pleasures of a stay in Provence. The property is surrounded by five Provencal villages: La Barben, the closest, then Alleins, Aurons, Pélissanne and Vernègues which are only a few kilometers by car. The domain is not only reserved for a summer rental: open all year round, it can be booked by phone from Monday to Sunday (8am to 8pm).
The Mounestier sees its history begin in the Gallo-Roman era. Built on a site already frequented in the 9th century, the property of the monastery surrounds a spring once known for its healing properties. The source then feeds the mills of the locality and runs a popular laundry. Until the twentieth century, this small institution maintains its reputation with a varied clientele who wash his line. The buildings that welcome visitors today were erected during the 12th century. The main building is enriched by an annex, now serving as a charming cottage. Built in the pure Provençal tradition, the estate enjoys a rich history, where the magic of hills and small villages continues to operate.
The Mounestier is the main home of the estate. The visitor will find the identity of the old, underlined by developments brought up to date. Old stones and beams, typical of a dated architecture, plunge tenants into an environment conducive to discovery. A neat interior follows a well-maintained exterior, for a stay where you only have to worry about your well-being.
The swimming lane of this cottage in Provence is a small curiosity that attracts attention by its simple structure. This former drinking trough of 14m on 3,5m offers an ecological basin (water treated with salt) in which the guests can bathe at their ease.
|From November 1st to March 31st Book now||Low season||680|
|From April 1st to April 30th Book now||Average season||720|
|From 1st May to June 30th Book now||Mid-High Season||850|
|From July 1st to August 31st Book now||High season||1100|
|From September 1st to 30th September Book now||Mid-High Season||850|
|From October 1st to 31st October Book now||Average season||720|
|Low season||From November 1st to March 31st||680||Book now|
|Average season||From April 1st to April 30th||720||Book now|
|Mid-High Season||From 1st May to June 30th||850||Book now|
|High season||From July 1st to August 31st||1100||Book now|
|Mid-High Season||From September 1st to 30th September||850||Book now|
|Average season||From October 1st to 31st October,||720||Book now|
604 Route de la Source
13330 La Barben, France
06 68 48 32 78