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Pascale AUBRY
Le mas de la Chérine, Route d'Esparron


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Le Mas de la Chérine is a charming accommodation that features 5 exclusive guest rooms, each with its own private terrace and separate entrance on the ground floor. Our rooms are strictly designated as non-smoking areas and we regretfully cannot accommodate pets. Additionally, our prices are inclusive of a delicious breakfast served each morning.

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Located in the breathtaking Natural Park of the Gorges du Verdon, La Chérine in Quinson presents an array of charming self-catering cottages for your perfect getaway.

We offer a spacious cottage that comfortably accommodates up to 7 people, as well as two interconnected cottages that can house up to 6 people each. Every cottage boasts a private terrace with inviting garden furniture and a barbecue, ensuring a delightful outdoor experience. With separate entrances, fully-equipped kitchens, cozy living rooms, convenient amenities including a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, TV, and electric heating, our cottages cater to your every need.

Please note that we do not accept animals.

The surrounding green spaces, gardens, and terraces create an expansive playground for children, allowing them to roam freely and have endless fun.

Within the park, you can unwind by our heated pool (measuring 12m x 6m), which treats you to panoramic views of Mont Ventoux, the Lure Mountain, and the magnificent Alpes de Haute Provence. These awe-inspiring vistas are complemented by vast fields of wheat and vineyards, creating a truly serene atmosphere.

Should you require bedlinen, we offer a convenient bedlinen hiring service at an affordable rate of 10 per pair.


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If you are traveling from Nice or Toulon, follow the route through Draguignan, Aups, Montmeyan, and Quinson.
If you are coming from Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, or using the A.51 Sisteron, Gap highway, take the exit towards Gorges du Verdon, Vinon s/Verdon, Gréoux-les-Bains, Esparron de Verdon, and Quinson. You can also use the GPS coordinates LD: la cherine Long. 6°129 E - Lat. 43°432" N.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 90 110 30 oui
Notes: maximum 6 pers


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  • Gorges du Verdon: Located nearby, the Gorges du Verdon is a stunning natural attraction known as the "Grand Canyon of Europe." Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views, go hiking, kayaking, or take boat tours along the turquoise waters of the Verdon River.
  • Museum of Prehistory of Quinson: Situated in the village of Quinson, this museum offers an immersive experience into the prehistoric times of the region. Visitors can explore archaeological artifacts, learn about the daily life of early humans, and even visit a reconstructed prehistoric village.
  • Lac d'Esparron: Just a short drive away, Lac d'Esparron is a picturesque lake surrounded by rolling hills and forests. It is a perfect spot for swimming, picnicking, or renting a paddleboat or kayak to explore the tranquil waters.
  • Moustiers-Sainte-Marie: Known for its charming Provençal atmosphere, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie is a village perched on a hillside near the Gorges du Verdon. Visitors can wander through narrow streets, admire the stunning views, visit the Notre-Dame de Beauvoir chapel, and browse local pottery shops.
  • Château d'Allemagne-en-Provence: Situated in the quaint village of Allemagne-en-Provence, this medieval castle offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the castle's ruins, including its towers and ramparts, while enjoying the peaceful ambiance.
  • Route des Crêtes: For breathtaking panoramic views of the Verdon Gorges and surrounding landscapes, the Route des Crêtes is a must-visit. This scenic road winds along the cliffs, offering numerous viewpoints and stopping areas for visitors to take in the stunning scenery.
  • Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon: Located on the shores of Lake Sainte-Croix, this charming village offers a peaceful retreat away from the crowds. Visitors can relax on the lakeside beach, rent a pedal boat, or explore the village's narrow streets and picturesque houses.
  • Valensole Plateau: Famous for its lavender fields, the Valensole Plateau is a beautiful sight during the blooming season (typically from June to August). Visitors can stroll through the vibrant purple fields, take stunning photos, and even purchase lavender products from local farmers.
  • Musée de la Faïence de Moustiers: This museum in Moustiers-Sainte-Marie showcases the town's rich history of pottery production. Visitors can admire a collection of intricate ceramics, learn about the traditional techniques, and even participate in pottery workshops. 10. Château de Riez: Located in the town of Riez, this medieval castle is a historical landmark worth exploring. Visitors can discover the castle's architecture, visit its museum, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from its towers.

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