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Yves Barthalay
Les Laurons



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price from €500






Description for B&B:

At our farm, we offer our guests a selection of fully equipped houses in various sizes, accommodating anywhere from 3 to 19 people, with a maximum capacity of 58 people. Our farm features two private pools and three shared pools, including a shallow pool specifically designed for children. Additionally, we offer a range of equestrian activities such as pony rides, with prices starting at €4 for a quarter-hour, €8 for a half-hour, and €13 for one hour. For those seeking a more immersive experience, we provide accompanied horse riding sessions led by qualified instructors, with rates of €18 per hour, €30 for two hours, and €80 for a full day that includes a picnic. Furthermore, we offer pony and horse rentals. Our farm boasts ample play areas for children, as well as a bucolic environment with countless pathways to explore, surrounded by naturally growing herbs and picturesque hills. Guests can also enjoy a stunning view of the Luberon and the surrounding countryside.

Description for Gite

"The ESTIENNE": A Spacious Gite with Stunning Views

Welcome to "The ESTIENNE", a charming 140 m2 gite that can accommodate 9-11 persons. As you enter through the main entrance, you will be greeted by a cozy living room with a fireplace and a beautiful stairway. The French ceiling and stone walls add a touch of elegance to the space. In the living room, there is also a sofa bed for additional sleeping arrangements.

The stay, kitchen, and terrace offer a panoramic view of the Luberon and enjoy abundant sunshine. It's the perfect spot to relax and soak in the natural beauty.

The gite features 3 spacious bedrooms. On the ground floor, there is a bedroom with a double bed (140) and an additional single bed (90). Upstairs, there is a second bedroom with a double bed (140), a third bedroom with a double bed (140), and a mezzanine with two single beds. You will also find a bathroom and two independent toilets, one on each level. Additionally, there is a bathroom with a shower and a bath.

For your convenience, the gite is equipped with a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, gas cooker with an oven, TV with satellite channels, and Wi-Fi. The garden furniture and barbecue allow you to enjoy outdoor meals and gatherings.

The rental price includes all utilities. Here is the pricing breakdown:
- 780 Euro per week from November to March (excluding Christmas-New Year's Day)
- 1000 Euro per week in April, May, June, September, October, Halloween, Christmas, and New Year
- 1330 Euro per week in July and August

Come and experience the tranquility and beauty of "The ESTIENNE" gite. Book your stay now and create unforgettable memories in this picturesque setting.


Appréciations pour L'Estienne, Caseneuve:

séjour aux Laurons
Review by: ARRANGER Brigitte, Juil 26 2015 3:08PM
séjour très dépaysant et reposant au milieu de la nature. Merveilleux site.
Les propriétaires sont accueillants, discrets, attachants.

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To reach your destination, follow these revised travel directions: Leave the motorway at Avignon Sud. Follow the signs for APT-SISTERON (RN 100). Drive through APT and continue on the road towards Sisteron for about 4 km. Then, make a left turn towards "Caseneuve." After that, take a right turn onto "Caseneuve" road. Drive for approximately 6 km, and just before reaching the village, look out for two signs indicating "The Laurons." Follow those signs to your destination.



Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 7 120 560 500 3100 50 Non


Swimming Pool
Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed


  • Luberon Regional Nature Park: Located near Caseneuve, the Luberon Regional Nature Park is a stunning natural attraction offering picturesque landscapes, charming villages, and scenic hiking trails. Visitors can explore the park's diverse flora and fauna, admire its rolling hills, and discover hidden gems like the Ochre Trail in Roussillon.
  • Village des Bories: Situated in Gordes, just a short drive from Caseneuve, the Village des Bories is an open-air museum showcasing traditional dry-stone huts known as "bories." These ancient structures provide insight into the region's rural past and offer a unique glimpse into the traditional architecture of Provence.
  • Abbey of Sénanque: Nestled in a peaceful valley near Gordes, the Abbey of Sénanque is a Cistercian monastery dating back to the 12th century. Visitors can marvel at the abbey's well-preserved Romanesque architecture, explore its serene lavender fields, and attend Gregorian chant services held by the resident monks.
  • Colorado Provençal: Located in Rustrel, Colorado Provençal is a former ochre quarry transformed into a vibrant landscape of colorful cliffs and unusual rock formations. Visitors can hike through the striking ochre canyons, taking in the unique geological features and enjoying breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Village of Roussillon: Situated on a hilltop, the village of Roussillon is renowned for its vibrant red and orange buildings that harmonize with the ochre cliffs surrounding it. Visitors can stroll through the picturesque streets, browse local art galleries, and enjoy panoramic views from the top of the village.
  • Château de Lourmarin: In the charming village of Lourmarin, you'll find the impressive Château de Lourmarin. This Renaissance castle is known for its elegant architecture, stunning gardens, and historical significance as the residence of the Renaissance writer Albert Camus. Visitors can explore the castle's interior, wander through the manicured gardens, and attend cultural events held on-site.
  • Pont Julien: A short distance from Bonnieux, the Pont Julien is a well-preserved Roman bridge dating back to 3 BC. This architectural marvel spans the Calavon River and offers visitors a glimpse into the ancient Roman engineering techniques. The bridge is an excellent spot for photography and a pleasant place for a leisurely walk.
  • Village of Gordes: Situated on a rocky outcrop, the village of Gordes is one of the most picturesque in the Luberon region. Its narrow cobblestone streets, medieval architecture, and breathtaking views make it a must-visit destination. Visitors can explore the village's historical sites, shop for local crafts, and enjoy a meal at one of the charming restaurants. These attractions near Les Laurons offer a diverse range of experiences, from natural beauty and historical landmarks to charming villages and cultural sites. Whether you're interested in outdoor adventures, cultural exploration, or simply immersing yourself in the beauty of Provence, there is something for everyone in this region of France.

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