Terrace on the landingThe entrance door
Sweet 1 BD village house in Goult !


2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

1 salle de bain


2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

1 salle de bain

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À propos de ce logement

"La Pitchounette" my newly restored cozy 1 bedroom house with it's small terrace is located a two minute walk from the village square in beautiful medieval Goult, a village ideally located for exploring the Luberon...


Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 30€
Caution : 100€
Réduction à la semaine : 10%

Description

Le logement

Ten years have gone by already since I started letting my other little house in Goult 'La Joliette' also advertised on this site, and now, may I present 'La Pitchounette', located 300 meters from 'La Joliette' and also perfectly situated in Goult ! Ideally located just a couple of minutes walk from the centre of the village, it's shops, restaurants and the 'heart' of the village 'Café de la Poste'.

Starting 2015 I will be letting this house on a WEEKLY BASIS (from Saturday to Saturday) in May, June, July, August and September...

An exterior staircase takes you up to the entrance door and a small terrace with a table and chairs. On the 1st floor you'll find the open plan kitchen and lounge area and on the 2nd floor the bedroom with a queen size bed, shower and WC.

The house is south facing and bright and has been restored trying to respect and preserve to a maximum the old materials. The 1st floor stone floor is original and actually surprisingly flat, even thought it's made with just flat un-cut stones. The stone staircase leading up to the bedroom is also original. The wood burning stove I found in a second hand shop and has yet to be tested, but there will also be electric heating for the cooler months.
There is easy (and free) parking in the street, just opposite the house.

Come and explore medieval Goult ! It's still un-spoilt and laid back and perfect for exploring the surrounding area ! The famous villages Gordes, Roussillon, Bonnieux and Menèrbes are only a short drive away. Avignon and Aix-en-Provence can be reached in about an hour. Italy, Spain and the Alps are a few hours drive away and from the TGV train station in Avignon you can be in Paris in 2 hours and 40 minutes...

I also have a studio apartment "La Remise" advertised on this site in a small hamlet outside St.Saturnin-lès-Apt...

Starting 2015 I will be letting this house on a WEEKLY BASIS (from Saturday to Saturday) in May, June, July, August and September...

I used to live in Goult and will be there to see you in and out. I'm always available by telephone. I have lived in the Luberon for 25 years, so anything you need help with or anything you need to know, I'll be there for you.

Goult (population about 1.200) is still relatively unspoilt and less touristy than the other villages and has a very friendly and lively atmosphere with plenty of shops and restaurants, all within a couple of minutes walk from the house. There is a grocery store, a butcher, a bakery, a post office, several restaurants, and the 'famous' Café de la Poste, where lunch is served "en terrasse" and where you can find foreign language newspapers, order a café au lait in the morning and do some people watching and catch up with your e-mails (FREE WIFI). So if you feel like staying put, there is no need to get into the car. A few of the open air markets is a must though. The Coustellet farmer's market on Sunday mornings is my favorite and all the best goodies of Provence can be found there: fruit, veggies, wine (not to forget the wine tasting!), cheeses, cured hams and sausages, olives and olive oil... The markets in Apt and L'Isle sur la Sorgue are not to be missed either !

The village and the surrounding area, rich in history, invite to unlimited discoveries and, especially during the summer, there are all kinds of cultural events and festivals, big and small, in Goult and the neighbouring villages and towns. There are concerts, theatre, opera, art exhibitions, cinema... Find out all about it at the tourist information, 'La Maison de Village'. The theatre festival in Avignon, the piano festival in La Roque d'Antheron and the opera festivals in Orange and Aix-en-Provence are all internationally acclaimed.

Also worth mentioning are Goult's two communal tennis courts a five minute walk from the house.


The public transport is nearly non-existant. A car is REALLY necessary.

PLEASE NOTE that the house is let on a weekly basis in July and August, the changeover day being SATURDAY.

Starting 2015 I will be letting this house on a WEEKLY BASIS (from Saturday to Saturday) in May, June, July, August and September...

I used to live in Goult and will be there to see you in and out. I'm always available by telephone. I have lived in the Luberon for 25 years, so anything you need help with or anything you need to know, I'll be there for you.

Goult (population about 1.200) is still relatively unspoilt and less touristy than the other villages and has a very friendly and lively atmosphere with plenty of shops and restaurants, all within a couple of minutes walk from the house. There is a grocery store, a butcher, a bakery, a post office, several restaurants, and the 'famous' Café de la Poste, where lunch is served "en terrasse" and where you can find foreign language newspapers, order a café au lait in the morning and do some people watching and catch up with your e-mails (FREE WIFI). So if you feel like staying put, there is no need to get into the car. A few of the open air markets is a must though. The Coustellet farmer's market on Sunday mornings is my favorite and all the best goodies of Provence can be found there: fruit, veggies, wine (not to forget the wine tasting!), cheeses, cured hams and sausages, olives and olive oil... The markets in Apt and L'Isle sur la Sorgue are not to be missed either !

The village and the surrounding area, rich in history, invite to unlimited discoveries and, especially during the summer, there are all kinds of cultural events and festivals, big and small, in Goult and the neighbouring villages and towns. There are concerts, theatre, opera, art exhibitions, cinema... Find out all about it at the tourist information, 'La Maison de Village'. The theatre festival in Avignon, the piano festival in La Roque d'Antheron and the opera festivals in Orange and Aix-en-Provence are all internationally acclaimed.

Also worth mentioning are Goult's two communal tennis courts a five minute walk from the house.


The public transport is nearly non-existant. A car is REALLY necessary.

PLEASE NOTE that the house is let on a weekly basis in July and August, the changeover day being SATURDAY.

Accès des voyageurs

Starting 2015 I will be letting this house on a WEEKLY BASIS (from Saturday to Saturday) in May, June, July, August and September...

Échanges avec les voyageurs

I used to live in Goult and will be there to see you in and out. I'm always available by telephone. I have lived in the Luberon for 25 years, so anything you need help with or anything you need to know, I'll be there for you.

Le quartier

Goult (population about 1.200) is still relatively unspoilt and less touristy than the other villages and has a very friendly and lively atmosphere with plenty of shops and restaurants, all within a couple of minutes walk from the house. There is a grocery store, a butcher, a bakery, a post office, several restaurants, and the 'famous' Café de la Poste, where lunch is served "en terrasse" and where you can find foreign language newspapers, order a café au lait in the morning and catch up with your e-mails (FREE WIFI). So if you feel like staying put, there is no need to get into the car. A few of the open air markets is a must though. The Coustellet farmer's market on Sunday mornings is my favorite and all the best goodies of Provence can be found there: fruit, veggies, wine (not to forget the wine tasting!), cheeses, cured hams and sausages, olives and olive oil... The markets in Apt and L'Isle sur la Sorgue are not to be missed either !

The village and the surrounding area, rich in history, invite to unlimited discoveries and, especially during the summer, there are all kinds of cultural events and festivals, big and small, in Goult and the neighbouring villages and towns. There are concerts, theatre, opera, art exhibitions, cinema... Find out all about it at the tourist information in the small square in Goult. The theatre festival in Avignon, the piano festival in La Roque d'Antheron and the opera festivals in Orange and Aix-en-Provence are all internationally acclaimed.

Also worth mentioning are Goult's two communal tennis courts a five minute walk from the house.

Transports

The public transport is nearly non-existant. A car is REALLY necessary.

Autres remarques

PLEASE NOTE that the house is let on a weekly basis in July and August, the changeover day being SATURDAY.


Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Peut ne pas convenir aux enfants (0-12 ans)
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait entre 17:00 et 19:00
Départ avant 11:00

MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY- The maximum number of guests is limited to two (2) persons. Please note that Iʼm insured for a maximum of two persons.
INCLUSIVE FEES- Rates include utilities and a weekly change of sheets and towels. There is no house keeping service. This is a self catering property. There are no extra charges.
I recommend that you take out TRAVEL INSUREANCE for your trip.

PLEASE NOTE: Even though this is a self catering property I do my best to supply the following: two rolls of toilet paper, one roll of paper towels, salt, pepper, oil and vinegar, sugar cubes, coffee filters, garbage bags, dishwashing detergent... The shops in the village and a supermarket in Apt are open on Sunday mornings until about 12:30. There are also Sunday morning markets in Coustellet and L'Isle sur la Sorgue.


Annulations

Strictes

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée

Disponibilité
La durée minimum de séjour pour cette annonce peut varier.
Ajoutez vos dates de voyage pour voir plus de détails.

23 commentaires


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Profil utilisateur de Valere
avril 2017
Perfect spot to explore the Luberon region in a quiet but central located village. The little house is cosy and charming and well equiped. We enjoyed it!

Profil utilisateur de Bronwyn
octobre 2016
Eva was well organised and communicated with us throughout the booking period. On the day of our arrival, Eva was there to welcome us to the cottage and acquainted us with the cottage and the town of Goult. The cottage was perfect in every way. The town of Goult is a little gem and far surpasses the surrounding towns in terms of quaintness and real French feel.

Profil utilisateur de Petra
octobre 2016
Eva is a superhost, indeed! Always there to help and giving useful Information. The little house is very sweet. I could finish my book while staying in Goult for 3 weeks. I enjoyed every minute of my stay. Will beback next year!

Profil utilisateur de Astrid
août 2016
Le logement correspond en tout point à la description donnée et Eva est une hôte attentionné et disponible. L'emplacement du logement dans le village de Goult est idéale pour déambuler dans le village ou bien aller acheter du pain frais le matin en moins de 5 minutes. De plus, l'équipement est complet comme nous pouvions l'espérer. Nous recommandons ce logement +++!

Profil utilisateur de Ralf
juillet 2016
Nice and cosy little house, clean, tastefully equipped with everything we needed. Eva was a great host, communicaton was easy. After we visited several nearby villages, it should be mentioned that Goult is a true little gem worth to stay there for a while. And thanks for the welcome wine! :-) Cheers, Ralf

Profil utilisateur de Felicien
mai 2016
Parfait pour nous deux, juste ce qu il nous fallait, au calme et au coeur de ce joli village. Très bonne literie, charmante maisonnette, restaurée avec soin et goût. Eva nous a offert un excellent accueil et est très sympathique

Profil utilisateur de Anna
septembre 2014
Nous avons passé un séjour très très agréable chez Eva. La maison a tout le confort, même plus, et la déco est exquise, tout est de grande qualité. 2va était là pour nous accueillir, merci pour sa disponibilité. Si nous revenons dans la région, ce serait dans la pitchounette chez Eva!

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Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt, France · Membre depuis novembre 2012
Profil utilisateur de EvaEva est un Superhost.

I'm a Swedish woman who ended up in the Luberon, Provence, the south of France (almost 30 years ago already!), after having spent eleven years in the East Village, New York City in the seventies and eighties. It was rough...
I'm a mother of two grown boys and I have worked with a bit of everything from dance/ theatre and restaurant management in the Big Apple, to selling and distributing olive oil in Provence...
I love people, backpacking through Asia, good jazz music and my cat!
Vacation rentals is my main activity (since 2004).
I hope to see you soon in the Luberon!

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