Colorful and richly detailed, this tastefully decorated luxury boutique hotel in France is classically styled and designed to be an intimate retreat with all of the comforts of a hotel. We like the eye-catching art and treasures collected from around the world.
Maison sur la Sorgue L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Provence, France
Located on L’Isle sur la Sorgue in the center of town, this luxury boutique hotel in France is an atmospheric and romantic hideaway with just four intimate suites. Set off a bustling city square, the house opens into a quiet sanctuary of old world elegance and refinement with stone walls and archways, timbered ceilings and graceful original features. Restored by its globe-trotting owners, the 18th-century mansion is decorated with an eclectic array of furnishings, objets and fabrics collected from their travels.
The first floor includes a sitting room adjacent to the large kitchen and dining room that opens out to the courtyard swimming pool and lounge area. Located on the second floor, each of the four rooms and suites are spacious and airy with separate sitting rooms, generous bathrooms and charming individual style and character.
The on-site Retour de Voyage Gallery and concept store features a selection of artifacts collected from around the world and showcases the work of established and emerging painters, sculptors, visual artists, photographers and jewelry designers with five exhibitions per year.
Concierge services with optional tailored touring packages available. Breakfast served daily with optional chef and additional meal services available. Wifi throughout, TV with DVD player, CD player/radio, in-room minbar/fridge. Garage with valet parking service: €25
Located on the banks of the Sorgue river in the heart of Provence, the town of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue has the feel of an island with its extensive canal systems and waterways. Dating back to the early 13th century, the village is the third largest center for fine collectibles and antiques hosting large biannual exhibitions and teeming Sunday morning markets.
Charming and very walkable, there are plenty of great local cafes, provencal markets, galleries and boutiques. The department of Vaucluse is home to some of the most iconic villages of Provence including the surrounding regions of Avignon, Lubéron, Arles, the Alpilles mountains, and Aix-en-Provence. From Mount Vaucluse and the town’s castle you’ll have amazing views over the Luberon’s gentle hillsides, vineyards and scenic villages.
Some of the local villages and towns not to be missed include: Gordes, Oppede, Roussillon, Menerbes, Lacoste and Bonnieux along with a few more discrete hidden gems such as Goult, Joucas, Saignon and Lourmarin. Avignon and the charming Uzes and “Pont du Gard” are just a short drive to the west and the coastal towns of Marseille, Montpellier and the Camargue National Park are about an hour drive.
L’Isle Sur Sorgue, France. Nearest Airport: Avignon (20km) or Marseille (80km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Year round
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Maison sur la Sorguefrom €260/ nt
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