A pretty, comfortable 3 – bedroom, no-nonsense villa (no stairs!) with large terrace for al fresco dining (plus bbq!) and wonderful swimming pool to cool down in during the hot summer weeks coming up. Continue reading Villa Daisy in Cotignac for Summer rental
The village house in Sillans-la-Cascade is just 2 mins walk to the fabulous bakery and restaurant “Les Pins.” There is a 30 mins’ walk down to the impressive double waterfalls of Sillans from here. Aups, Cotignac and Salernes are just a few minutes’ drive away. The lac de St Croix just 25 minutes’ drive.
The house is well equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, kettle and oven. There are two bedrooms, two showers with toilets, two double beds, one single bed and an extra single that can be used if necessary in the kitchen/dining area. Comfortable accommodation for two couples or a family and decent for 5 or 6 people, maximum. There is no television but there is wifi throughout. Three nights’ minimum stay for 80 euros per night.
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CURRENTLY available for long term (minimum 3 months’) let starting October 4th 2017 until mid April 2018. In the heart of the gorgeous village of Cotignac:
If you are interested in booking this house for your next holiday, please contact Susana directly at provencelivingconsulting@
NB: interior furnishings may change slightly without notice
Recently written up in our local newspaper the Var Matin, Le Mas de Cotignac offers Michelin standard “voluptuous” accommodation for even the fussiest of guests. If you are looking for a romantic break, a tranquil vacation, or a weekend getaway without the kids, this is the place to unwind and be luxuriously pampered. They are located just outside the village. Le Mas de Cotignac is an exceptional bed and breakfast with table d’hôtes (possibility to book lunches and dinners) with swimming pool and jacuzzi. And their service is also top notch and attentive to guests’ every need. Continue reading Le Mas de Cotignac – accommodation and table d’hôtes
Chateau de Berne used to be a small upscale auberge tucked into the middle of their vast property but nowadays boasts five stars for its hotel and spa facilities. They have invested heavily in making the resort top-notch with super equipment and amenities to excite and attract even the fussiest of upscale visitors. Continue reading Chateau de Berne – hotel, restaurant, and spa
Here’s a great idea: spend Christmas (or New Year’s) in Cotignac, Provence, with your loved ones! Up to 5 of you can spend a few nights to a week in the beautiful village of Cotignac – steps from all the restaurants and shops, bakeries and bars – even a cinema. Quaint, cosy shopping, a Christmas market to remember (14th Dec) and great, happy people all ’round. Why are we all so happy living here? I think it’s to do with the weather (lots of sunshine) and all the wonderful, cheap wine. It’s my pleasure to offer all my Provence Living followers a great deal on a really pretty village house for a warm Provençale Christmas. If you are from outside of France, it’ll seem especially nice with lots of places to visit in all directions (Lac St Croix to the North, Aix-en-Provence, Arles, and Avignon to the West, Cannes and Nice to the East, and Marseille and St Tropez to the South). Contact Susana at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
If you have never seen a quince before, you’ll be charmed by it’s pear-like appearance and delighted by the variety of cuisine it can be used in. From tarts to tortes and candy to jelly, this multi-purpose fruit goes a long way here in Provence. It’s Cotignac’s pride and joy and every year the village celebrates its heritage and harvest in October. This year the festival will take place on the 19th of October and it’ll be well worth a detour if you are in the area. Continue reading Fête du Coing (quince festival)
The beautiful and relaxing B&B called Alegria is run by Cindy and Dieter, the couple with class and talent! The establishment is just mimutes’ walk from the centre of Aups, the village with character. We love the markets there on Saturdays and Wednesdays during the busy season and of course the Truffle Festival in January! Continue reading Alegria – Aups
Hostellerie Cotignac is due to open its doors to the public mid-June. Hotel rooms will go from 150 (for the standard rooms) to 190 euros (for the suite) per night. There will be a restaurant (where menus/formulas will start at 29 euros for entrée, main, and dessert), a breakfast room, large lounge, and bar area as well as an outdoor garden for enjoying the beautiful weather. Continue reading SNEAK PEAK at Cotignac’s NEW HOTEL
“L’Appart” is located in the heart of Cotignac village, easy walk to all restaurants, shops, and entertainment, and is open all year.
– Off season prices until June 13, 2014: € 410 / week or 58 € / night, minimum 4 nights’ stay.
– High season from 14 June 2014 to 12 September 2014 : € 580 / weekly only. Change-over days: Saturdays Continue reading The Apartment “L’Appart” in Cotignac
Fairy-tales, Cinderella and Rococo are the images that come to mind upon approaching the magical Château de Robernier. It’s hard to believe a castle like this exists here in Provence let alone be a true part of its Bourbon history.
Continue reading The Fairy-Tale Chateau Robernier