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Situated in a former Templar mill built in the 12th century, Le Moulin en Provence is surrounded by a large park of pine, olive and fruit trees. It features a private swimming pool and a terrace. Rooms at Le Moulin en Provence are elegantly decorated with classic furnishings. Each room has a private terrace with a garden view and a private bathroom with a shower and hairdryer. Continental breakfast is served daily and includes breads, homemade jam, cheese, homemade yogurt and fruit juice. Grocery shops can be found 5 km from the property and there is a restaurant serving traditional French food 1 km away. Le Moulin en Provence is located at the foot of Mont Saint Victoire and hiking, horse riding and paragliding are available in the area, and on-site massages and beauty treatments can be arranged on request. Aix-en-Provence is 10 km away and Marseille Airport is 41 km away.
Pros: Very quiet and beautiful location. Pierre and Dominique are both very nice and lovely hosts. Dominique is an excellent cook!
Cons: Nothing to complain about. Unfortunately the weather was not good enough to have a dip in the beautiful pool.
Pros: We were made very welcome and the location was superb. Very quiet and peaceful. Our room though small was clean and comfortable. Though it was not air conditioned in very high temperatures up to the mid 30s during the day, the walls are thick and we slept well, though the duvet was not much used! There was a kettle and sachets of coffee and tea in the room - you don't always get that in France. Every day there was a fresh bottle of water for each person and we could use a communal refrigerator to cool it and soft drinks we'd brought with us. We decided to take the table d'hòte dinners - maybe a little expensive but they included a quarter litre of wine and dining elsewhere would have needed taxis given the strict French drink driving laws. You have to order in advance and both have to choose the same things from a wide choice, which was not a problem for us because we often end up choosing the same food as each other in restaurants. A particular highlight was dining on the terasse with a view of Montaigne Sainte Victoire - breathtaking so close. Breakfasts were very good - the home made yoghurt with sirop au saffron was a highlight. The 20m swimming pool was great and the water temperature ideal. There were plenty of loungers and parasols and we rarely had to share the pool area with others.
Cons: The price of an aperitif or digestif was higher than we had paid in Paris, so being from Aberdeen, we didn't buy any!
Pros: Beauty and tranquility of the environment, implacably clean rooms, exceptionally warm and kind hosts, superb breakfast and the host’s table, breathtaking views.
Pros: beautiful location with friendly staf and geest cooking