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Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court, Le Clos des Amandiers offers self-catering accommodation in Simiane-la-Rotonde. This property also features a garden with aromatic herbs, a terrace and free Wi-Fi access. All rooms feature a unique décor, a private terrace and a refrigerator. Most rooms have air conditioning. Private bathrooms are complete and come with a hairdryer. A continental breakfast including homemade products is served every morning. Meals can be prepared upon request at an additional charge. Clos des Amandiers is set in a building dating from the 18th century, 4 km from the village of Simiane-la-Rotonde. Lavender fields and sheep pastures can be visited in the surroundings.
Pros: The setting of this place is simply stunning, a peaceful understated and wonderfully stylish place to stay. The room had proper coffee and even a mini bar.
Pros: Amazing attention to detail. Our hosts treated us to the perfect stay, and made us feel comfortable in every way. Guest dinner, cooked by Cedric, was absolutely delicious and relaxing. Breakfast was also great, and filled with local treats. The property is beautifully maintained, and the surroundings lovely and tranquil. Well situated for exploring the countryside and surrounding towns. Very grateful for our stay, and for the kindness of our hosts. Hope to return again one day.
Pros: Our hosts were very nice and we fell warmly welcome ! The room was nicely decorated, the brrakfast excellent and homemade. Last but not least, location is great !
Pros: The location was excellent and we enjoyed being away from crowds and able to speak some French. The room was quirky and interesting and a problem with the mattress was solved by Cedric. We enjoyed an evening meal with both hosts and the breakfasts were fabulous.
Cons: The mattress was rather hard but this was resolved.
Pros: The hosts were extremely hospitable and helpful. The scenery was excellent as was the quality of the breakfast.
With a stay at La Buisse in Simiane-la-Rotonde, you'll be 9.5 mi (15.3 km) from Colorado Provencal and 15.5 mi (25 km) from Chapelle du Château. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The hotel was outstanding, clean, the room was to a very high standard .The lady was most hospitable, breakfast was excellent, she even gave us some dried lavender as we left, we thought that was a lovely touch. Would highly recommend!!!!
Pros: Host was more that helpful. All round a fantastic location. Rooms were very good and comfortable. Well kept and maintained property with a pool.
When you stay at La Fontaine in Simiane-la-Rotonde, you'll be 13 minutes by car from Colorado Provencal. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Although coffee was not my taste the jam and the cakes homemade were delicious . Surroundings very nice . Nice house . pool pleasant and our host Bernard was very pleasant .We dd not have diner there but apparently it is a good place to eat . We stayed there because we attended to the Night of Stars and saw plenty flying stars and beautiful milky way
Cons: Found the room a little bit squeeze
Pros: Very quiet location, very nice host
With a stay at Hôtel Restaurant Les Lavandins in Saint-Christol, you'll be in the mountains, and 25.1 mi (40.4 km) from Mont Ventoux and 10 mi (16.1 km) from Colorado Provencal. Featured amenities include a computer station and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location! Staff was very friendly and polite. Food was amazing, although it took some time to get the second course and we were too tired to taste dessert afterwards.
Cons: The doors of the rooms could not lock easily from the outside. The look of rooms/ hotel could be more modern - they had a 70s feel.
Pros: Good location and beautiful lavandin field opposite hotel's terrace. Quiet place, there is not to many guest here, even in the middle of season Parking place. Good breakfast, it slightly compensated bad dinner from previous day.
Cons: Extremely expensive in comparison with other places in same dates in Provence: - Breakfast not included and you must pay €10 per person. And there is no way to eat somewhere nearby. - Additional bed can cost €30 (They just change one room to another, a bigger). - But rooms itself is small and cheap, looks like a motel. In sum family of three people can pay €114 per night for cheap room with breakfast. All other places was much better and cheaper, event if included breakfast. It's restaurant-hotel, but dinner was awful (and expensive). All dishes was tasteless and it can't be only my high expectation from french kitchen.
Pros: It's really close to the large private lavender fields (10 minutes driving). Very nice hotel.
Cons: You have to pay for the breakfast extra. That's ridiculous... Considering, that there is no cafe and anything close by.
With a stay at Le Petit Labouret in Revest-du-Bion, you'll be 23.8 mi (38.2 km) from Mont Ventoux and 32.2 mi (51.8 km) from Sisteron Cathedral. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The pictures do not do this place justice. This place is perfect for a weekend get away, where one can get a true feel of life in the french countryside. We wanted to see lavender fields but avoid tourists and Le Petit Labouret is located perfectly for that. The owner was also very kind and sweet, and has an excellent variety of homemade jam of different local fruits. Would definitely go here again
Pros: The spacious comfortable warm room, the warm shower and the delicious dinner served
Cons: Th host was not contactable on arrival at our designated time, 6 pm and the beds were not made up
Pros: Lovely right in the country. Reminded us of Exmoor. Unusual and quirky. Just how we like it. Very pleasant people and we like it they don't speak English, we are obviously away from home and in a different country.
Cons: Can't think. Our problem not ours but husband was cycling Mont Ventoux the next day and he's allergic to Horses but I managed to keep him away from them. I thought they were lovely.