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Annick Gonnet
Chemin de Jarnias


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This house is situated in a beautiful area surrounded by a large herb garden and towering oak, plane, and mulberry trees, providing ample shade. The ground floor features two spacious rooms with an open kitchen, fireplace, and a large living room equipped with two large TV screens. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms with double beds, one bedroom with two single beds and a double sofa bed. Adjacent to a two-bedroom suite, there is a shower room and a separate bathroom. Outside, there is a fenced-in 8 x 4 x 1.3 pool with a diamond tip, along with a gate for access control. The nearest shops can be found 3.5 km away, while the shopping area in Montelimar city center is approximately 11 km away. There are various recreational activities in the vicinity, including tennis, golf courses, pony clubs, rivers, canoeing, caves, the gorges of Ardeche, a crocodile farm, pottery studios, picturesque hilltop villages, olive groves, lavender fields, and vineyards of the renowned Cotes du Rhone.


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Review by: PIERRACHE, Aou 7 2009 4:05PM
garderons un très bon souvenir de cette maison d'hôte et de sa propriétaire.Cette maison est pleine de charme , de calme, de dépaysement, mais aussi d'originalité pour qui voudra bien écouter les histoires de renard, de grenouilles, de sangliers, de vers à Mme Gonnet . Nous y étions avec deux jeunes et un ado et franchement, pour une fois nous avions une très grande chambre; l'anné prochaine, c'est sûr nous y retournerons!!

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  • Château de Grignan: Located about 5 kilometers away from Chemin de Jarnias, the Château de Grignan is a stunning Renaissance castle. It is known for its rich history and association with Madame de Sévigné, a famous French writer. Visitors can explore the castle's grand halls, beautiful gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes), Avignon: Situated approximately 30 kilometers from Chemin de Jarnias, the Palais des Papes is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This impressive Gothic palace was once the residence of the popes during the 14th century. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about its fascinating history and marvel at the grand architecture.
  • Pont d'Avignon (Avignon Bridge): Also located in Avignon, the Pont d'Avignon is a famous bridge that dates back to the 12th century. Originally spanning the Rhône River, only a few arches remain today. Visitors can explore the bridge, visit the museum nearby, and enjoy the picturesque views of Avignon and the river.
  • Crocodile Farm, Pierrelatte: Situated around 45 kilometers from Chemin de Jarnias, the Crocodile Farm is a unique attraction that houses over 400 crocodiles from around the world. Visitors can take guided tours to observe these fascinating creatures up close, learn about their biology, and even witness feeding sessions. The farm also features tropical greenhouses and a playground.
  • Gorges de l'Ardèche: Located approximately 50 kilometers from Chemin de Jarnias, the Gorges de l'Ardèche is a natural wonder known for its breathtaking beauty. This river canyon offers stunning views, crystal-clear waters, and impressive limestone cliffs. Visitors can hike along the trails, go canoeing or kayaking, and enjoy the natural scenery.
  • Mont Ventoux: Situated about 60 kilometers from Chemin de Jarnias, Mont Ventoux is a famous mountain in the Provence region. Often referred to as the "Giant of Provence," it is a popular destination for hiking, cycling, and paragliding. The mountain offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and is a challenging but rewarding experience for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Nyons: Located approximately 18 kilometers from Chemin de Jarnias, Nyons is a charming town known for its olive groves and rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the old town's narrow streets, visit the medieval castle ruins, and enjoy the local produce, including olives, olive oil, and wines. The town also hosts a popular weekly market, where visitors can find regional products and crafts. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical landmarks to natural wonders, allowing visitors to discover the beauty and cultural richness of the region surrounding Chemin de Jarnias.

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