Owners Gaby and Guy at Moulin de la Roque in Noves
Guest HousesStayThe Provence Post

Where to Stay: Moulin de la Roque

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: In 2002, Gaby Janney came to stay at Guy Fallon’s Moulin de la Roque…and stayed. It’s a very-beautiful, historic property–a hamlet of vacation homes–and I wanted to share the story with you. A River Runs Through It: The Anguillon borders Moulin de la Roque. …

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Guest HousesPhoebe ThomasRentalsStay

What is Lou Messugo? Discover Self-Catered Cote d’Azur

Contributor blog post by Phoebe: Let’s talk about “Lou Messugo”. Sometimes I get the feeling people are confused about Lou Messugo. What / who is it exactly? Perhaps I’m too wary of promoting my own business on this blog that it’s not actually clear that Lou Messugo is is first and …

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Nature on the French Riviera @Fibitee
Guest HousesPhoebe ThomasStay

A frog and 3 snakes in my French garden

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas: It’s been a while since I’ve written about the wildlife at Lou Messugo but not for the lack of it, far from it, this summer has been all about snakessssssss and pretty green frogs. I guess that could be a bit of an exaggeration …

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Renovated Quarry #StayinProvence @ProvencePost
Guest HousesStayThe Provence Post

Where to Stay in Provence? A Roman Quarry!

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: Trust writer and travel planner Julie to uncover this gem of a restoration project by husband and wife team Philippe Jonathan and Lien Pfeufer. Calling all wanna-be cave dwellers! Get in touch with your inner troglodyte by vacationing in this one-of-a-kind stone home, built within a Roman …

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Self-Catering Holiday Home #FrenchRiviera @FibiTee #LouMessugo
Guest HousesPhoebe ThomasStay

Reasons to book a self-catering holiday at Lou Messugo – Part 2

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas: Welcome back to Part 2 of my reasons to take your self-catering vacation with us at Lou Messugo gîte. If you didn’t read Part 1 then I suggest you do here. I’m indulging in a very rare bit of self-promotion, I hope you enjoy finding …

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Self-Catering Holiday Home #FrenchRiviera @FibiTee #LouMessugo
Guest HousesPhoebe ThomasRentalsStay

Reasons to book a self-catering holiday at Lou Messugo – Part 1

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas: It’s not often I actually outrightly refer to our gîte in this blog, in fact I don’t think I’ve ever written explicitly about it. Occasionally I refer to how easy a place of interest is to reach from Lou Messugo, or how close a certain …

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La Bastide d'Engras @alabreche_annie #Provence Gardoise
Annie BarkerExpat LivingGuest HousesStay

The Renovation of La Breche

This article is the continuation of Annie Barker’s story of how La Breche evolved into a holiday rental and inspiring venue for artists and writers. Follow this link if you missed Un Grand Project. The trials and tribulations of buying a house in France have been written about many times …

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Before the renovation #LaBreche @alabreche_annie
Annie BarkerExpat LivingGuest HousesStay

Un Grand Projet No Small Renovation

When we were first shown the ancient former farmhouse near Uzès we now call home, I rejected it firmly with a resounding ‘No’. We had agreed that we didn’t want a third project in fifteen years: its desolate state, left for months forlornly empty, with dust motes drifting through the …

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Ariel Photo Mas de Cornud #StRemy @ProvencePost
Guest HousesStayThe Provence Post

Inn and Cooking School for Sale in Provence

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: After almost 25 years of running a very-successful, very-beautiful private country inn and cooking school in St. Remy, my friends David and Nito Carpita have decided that this year will be their last. Although St Remy will remain their home…Continue reading here Via:: The …

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Lou Messugo @FibiTee
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottGuest HousesStay

Lou Messugo a Holiday Rental in Provence

“Where I was born doesn’t help clarify anything, it just complicates things! Born in Paris but moved when two weeks old so not exactly a Parisienne! Pure coincidence that I’m now married to a Frenchman and living in France. I have two passports, British & Australian but feel international.” That …

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