2 bedrooms house typical provençal construction style with modern decoration and confort. Quiet and peaceful accommodation in the heart of a wonderful and colorful region. You are in the Luberon national park.
Nestled in the heart of Provence, south of the Luberon mountains, 20 Minutes drive from Aix en Provence, 45 Min from Marseille, 1h from Avignon, 2h drive from cote d'Azur.
This late 18th century stone house is available for rent in the picturesque village of La Bastidonne, (early 12th century.)
Quiet, Comfortable, Unique!
We renovated and redecorated the house in 2010 and really enjoy having foreign visitors come to discover and explore the Luberon and Provence.
You'll enjoy the modern Provencal decoration and the warm atmosphere in Dadigdoun, which means “grandfather’s house” in Armenian. It was Annouk's grandparents house, Armenian immigrants to the region in the 1920's.
You can enjoy double bedroom.
The fully furnished house is on two levels. On the ground floor there is a living room (with a Futon/Sofa) and a fully-equipped kitchen.
There is a small terrace under the trellis. (with a small table and chairs for 2).
On the second floor there are two bedrooms and one bathroom.
One of the bedrooms has it’s own en-suite comprising a shower (the feature of which is a beautiful stone wall) and sink (see photos). Both bedrooms have queen size beds. (140cm)
- Bedroom La Saverie: bedroom with en-suite.
- Bedroom La Tourrache: Beautiful antique wooden furniture.
- Bathroom with a bathtub
-One individual toilette
BB Bed and BB chair upon request.
Interaction with Guests
I'm please to welcome my guests and share with them the secrets of the Luberon. I'm leaving next door. The 2 houses are really independent.
If unfortunately I'm not present (as travelling sometimes for work) one of my friend/neighbor will welcome you and will be available to answer all your questions on wonderful places to discovers in our National Parc and Region.
The village is quiet and people are very please to welcome foreign persons.
We have 2 pleasant restaurant in the village, a cozy café, a smily grocery store lady.
It is very easy to go around but you definitively need a car. Smalls villages in the Luberon, markets, Aix en Provence, Avignon, Gordes, Marseille, Arles even the beaches and ski resorts are less than one hour drive.
Other Things to Note
you are in heaven, what else?
Smokers are welcome on the terrace only.
The village is quiet and we would like it stays as it is.
Our stay at Annouk place was really enjoyable. The house is located in a very quiet village at the top of a hill in the middle of vineyards. Annouk was a welcoming host and she called us at mid-stay to make sure everything was alright. Much appreciated.
La Bastidonne is a very quiet and friendly village within a comfortable drive most attractions. The village itself has one restaurant and a small supermarket; however, they have restricted hours and often weren't open. This may well have been due to the time if year we were there - late Sept/early Oct, but it meant we spent more time in the car seeking what we hoped would be within within walking distance. Annouk's apartment has a distinct personality with an interesting and eclectic mix of furnishings. For those who seek a pristine/hotel style environment this would not suit. The sofa on the lounge is a converted futon that sits quite close to the ground so those with knee or back issues may want to consider this. Annouk was prompt and clear with all communication, it was just a pity she wasn't available to greet us at the start of our stay as it would have avoided many wasted hours at the local McDonalds thinking there was no wifi. We loved the front terrace covered in a fruit laden grape vine and access to a washing machine. If you are looking for somewhere very slow paced a d peaceful, this could be it.
It is a very lovely place to stay. It is a cozy old house in a very quite village. Annouk is very good in decorating. Even though she was not there we had a very nice, friendly and helpful neighbour (Laurence) who welcomed us in a very warmly way. We really felt good there.
We recommend very much the owner (Annouk), house (Dadigdone), place (La Bastidonne) and region (Luberon).
We were in three ( my wife, my daughter and me) and had a great time there. Simple but comfortable.
The breakfast and dinner & vine in the terrace, looking the grapes growing, will remain in our memories.
We have spent 10 days in Annouk’s place with our kids. It is a very charming, lovely and spacious house in the middle of the Provence area with a beautiful view on the mountains. La Bastidonne is a very quiet village, with friendly atmosphere far away from the highways’s traffic. It ’s an ideal choice if You wish to discover the Provence area. (or just to relax)
There is a beautiful small lake 10 minutes drive from the house, where You have chance for swimming and also You can have a good pizza there. (The service is very funny, You have to go there and see!) In the surrounding villages there are many castles to discover. We liked the landscape with all the vineyards and lavender plantation.
Annouk is very friendly, and helpful. She provided us many useful information, and she was always available in any case.
I would surely recommend Annouk’s house. It is perfect also for families with children.
The baguette and the croissant were excellent in the village supermarket, we could hardly wait for the shop to open in the morning!
We enjoyed our stay very much!
Ildikó & Tibor, July 2013
Annouk's house was charming! It has the perfect setting and is pretty well connected. The village was really perfect and all the people we met there were friendly. The house has all amenities. Annouk is full of information and the Pizza place she recommended was really awesome. I would recommend Annouk's place to anyone.
I only wish I had experienced the Annouk everyone has been writing about. The woman I encountered was like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, at times friendly, at times unreliable, rude and nasty. She should not be hosting on Airbnb as long as she has such an attitude. My party of four were extremely disappointed with Annouk and her lodgings to the point that while we had booked her place for four nights, we left after the first night. Four days prior to our arrival, Annouk sent me an email asking if she could call me that day. I did not receive a call from her until the day of our arrival and not before I prompted her with a concerned email. On the other hand, I communicated with her every step of the way. She let me know in advance that she would be out of town when we arrived, changed her plans without giving us prior notice, then complained that we arrived too late at night, and she knew we had at least an eight hour drive to her place. She warmly invited me to pick cherries from a tree on her side of the property, then yelled at me the next day when I went to do so. Her advertisement, as well as her reviews, were misleading. Her lodgings were dirty: I found hairs on the pillow cases, a bathroom rug was gray from dirt; and dangerous: I slipped on her bamboo bath mat which had gotten wet as there was no shower door or curtain, and was quite slippery. There were no curtains in front of the windows, the tiled floor upstairs and on the staircase had numerous cracks. The staircase was narrow and dangerous. The password for the internet was not legible. From the photos on airbnb, we had thought we would be staying in the countryside, instead, her house was located in a small village with no view from our quarters. We took photos from the inside of the house, and we are willing to share them with anybody who is interested in renting this house. Our advice is to stay away.
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Young dynamic owner.
After fews years traveling around the world, I deceided to come back to my grand-parent's little village: La Bastidonne. And here I'm ! Enjoying Provence quiteness and wonderfull atmospher.
I would be happy to share its beauties with you.
French, english, spanish, Italian and armenian speaking.