Dinner La Bartavelle Goult
David & Karen TaylorRestaurant RecommendationsTaste

Goult Visit and La Bartavelle the Restaurant to Try

We enjoyed another fine meal at La Bartavelle in Goult. Their prix-fixe menu gives a choice of three starters including local seasonal asparagus, in the spring. Whilst main courses included a fish choice (wild Turbot), Beef or Rabbit which I had, and it was superb, (see picture). …Continue reading here …

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Goult Summer Rental Luberon Provence Stay
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottRental & Self-Catered Properties in ProvenceStay: Accommodation & Rentals in Provence

Goult Summer Rental Enjoy Provencal Living for Six Weeks

Near the beautiful Luberon village of Goult is a property named Les Maquignon Hameau. Odette Linton and her partner are looking for renters for their charming hameau (hamlet) for six weeks this summer. What a made-in-heaven opportunity to settle into daily life in Provence, from a comfortable home base. Located between …

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Jolie Vintage Atelier Crafting Workshops Goult
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Crafting Workshops in Goult at Jolie Vintage Atelier

Charming Provence Jolie vintage might be a good description for Goult. This village is one of a few in the Luberon that is not teeming with tourists, during the high season. In September 2015, Mimi and Michael Pillsbury purchased an old village house, as their new home and the base …

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Rental Goult
Cheryl ShufflebothamRental & Self-Catered Properties in ProvenceStay: Accommodation & Rentals in Provence

A Rental in Goult With a Studio with a Million-Dollar View

Nestled on the side of a hill (in Goult) with stunning views looking out over toward Bonnieux lies a small, secluded studio for two. This little rental is a dream. Though small, it is fitted to such a high standard. Read the original Cobblestones and Vineyards article for Cheryl’s photos …

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The Village of Goult in the Luberon in Provence
Cheryl ShufflebothamExploreVillages Towns and Cities

The Village of Goult is a Secret Luberon Gem

While most tourists visiting the Luberon head right for the spectacular villages of Gordes and Roussillon, there lies tucked away in a world all its own, the quiet, refined, and classy town of Goult. Classy is the word to describe this quaint little village with its photogenic little square of …

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Photos of Goult in the Luberon #ExploreProvence @DavidTayls
David & Karen TaylorExploreVillages Towns and Cities

Goult Luberon Village Well Worth a Visit

We attend the annual Christmas carol service in Goult each year, it’s often cold and not the time to wander around the village! By contrast, when we visited this week it was the complete contrast, almost too hot to walk around! We had forgotten just how nice it is, …Continue reading …

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Lacoste #Luberon @AnthonyCraig
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Goult and Lacoste Hidden Gems in the Luberon

After a 45-year business career with some of the largest corporations in the world, Anthony Craig called it quits. It was a milestone moment when he resigned from nine corporate boards, and he and his wife relocated to Provence. Craig is now a published author, his book It’s All About Lunch shares their story of renovations …

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Dinner #Goult @ProvenceTayls
David & Karen TaylorRestaurant RecommendationsTaste

Another Enjoyable Dinner in Goult at Le Carillon

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: Le Carillon in Goult, opposite the church is a friendly, smart restaurant with an a la carte menu or fixed price at 36€ or 48€ which covers three courses and an amuse bouche . There is a good wine list from the local area …

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David & Karen TaylorRestaurant RecommendationsTaste

Fabulous dinner at La Bartavelle in Goult

The 2016 season has begun, a sure sign of which is the reopening of many of our favourite restaurants. La Bartavelle is a small cosy restaurant seating about 20 covers in the back streets of Goult. The menu at 45 € offers an amuse-bouche followed by a choice of two …

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Gordes Market day #Gordes #Provence #Markets @bfblogger2013
Barefoot BloggerExplore

Lost in the Luberon: Gordes, Goult and Menerbes

By Deborah Bine When I learned my hometown friend, whom I hadn’t seen in 40 years, was coming to visit me in Uzes, right away I started planning her trip. One that we’d both enjoy. Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger       

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