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Brigitta LEHMEIER ; Clement MICHAEL
12 Rue Charles Fabbiani


4 reviews

Price per night:

price from €65





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Description for B&B:

Located on the first floor, this room in our medieval stone townhouse offers a spacious and comfortable atmosphere. With high ceilings and two single beds (which can be combined into a double bed), you'll have a restful night's sleep on our comfortable mattresses with a choice of pillows. The large, modern private bathroom features a double marble basin, corner bath, and WC, allowing you to relax and rejuvenate.

On the ground floor, you'll have access to the dining room and reception area. Additionally, we offer a bike park in the cellar for your convenience. Please note that the second floor is reserved for the owners' accommodation.

While we don't have a garden or swimming pool, we provide everything you need for a peaceful and comfortable stay. Our breakfast includes freshly squeezed orange juice, tea, coffee, or hot chocolate, along with French bread, croissants, butter, jams, honey, and more. You have the option to choose between a generous breakfast with a selection of cheeses and cold meats (included in the fixed B&B price) or an English breakfast with fried eggs, fried tomato, sausage, bacon, and baked beans (for an additional charge of 6 per person). We are also open to accommodating special requests.

Our surrounding area offers a range of activities for you to enjoy. Whether you want to bike on Mont Ventoux, explore the perched villages of the Luberon, or climb the cliffs of the Alpilles, there's something for everyone. Within close proximity, you'll find a supermarket, fruit and vegetable stand, bakery, restaurants, climbing sites, swimming and water skiing areas, tennis courts, hiking trails, dedicated cycle paths, bike rentals, horse riding opportunities, golf courses, the coastline with sandy beaches, balneotherapy facilities, and wine and olive oil tastings.

Transportation is convenient with our own train station offering daily services to Marseille and Avignon. If you're arriving by car, we recommend parking just outside the city walls and walking a short distance. For those arriving by bike, we have bike racks and storage options available.

As your hosts, we live on the second floor but respect your privacy. While we remain discreet, we are also happy to engage in conversation and provide any assistance or recommendations you may need.


Appréciations pour La Bégude Des Alpilles, Orgon:

Etapes reposante
Review by: Ferretti, Sep 8 2022 9:35AM
Nous avons fait une belle étape très reposante au début de notre périple. La maison est très agréable et la chambre très calme.
Nous en ferons une autre au retour car les échanges avec ce charmant couple sont très enrichissants.
Review by: Lu - , Juil 19 2021 12:34PM
Clement Brigitta Clement
la bégude des Alpilles
Review by: Fabienne, Oct 21 2019 12:16PM
Accueil très sympathique de Clément et Brigita dans une maison confortable décorée avec goût et originalité.
Review by: naslin, Aou 11 2019 5:52AM
accueil par les propriétaires très chaleureux petit déjeuner parfait la chambre impeccable de très bon conseil pour les visites, un petit bémol le stationnement de jolie ballade a faire

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To reach the village, head towards it from the Avignon, Cavaillon side. Once you reach the noticeable roundabout on the village's west side, take the road D7N downhill towards the village. After 500 m, disregard the left bend and instead, proceed straight for another 150 m until you reach a mini-roundabout. Make a left turn to pass under the portico. Keep an eye out for a flowery facade on the left side after 30 m.



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Notes: Single occupation of the room is 8 less than the prices noted.


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