Description

Rent this beautiful stone house in the middle of Sablet, within walking distance of boulangerie, cafe, butcher, tabac (news store), grocery store, pharmacy and medical offices. Three (3) bedroom house with three (3) bathrooms which include showers and toilets. Large, well-furnished kitchen with a sitting area with wood burning fireplace, and adjoining terrace. The master bedroom has an adjoining terrace. House is air-conditioned and heated by electricity. Sablet is a wine village known for its Côte du Rhone wines. Although as charming as all of the “touristy” villages as a working wine village, shops and other village services are open year-round.

Ideal for:
Perfect for couples, families, multiple families travelling together.

Minimum stay:
Seven (7) days

Rates (2020):

January 1 – March 31 $875

High season (weekly rate):
June 1 – July 31, $1,300
August 1 – 31 $1,200
Sept 1 – Oct 31 $1,300

Mid-season (weekly rate):
May 1 – 31 $1,100
Dec 1 – 31 $1,100

Low season (weekly rate):
April 1 – 30 $1,000
Nov 1 – 30 $1,000

Notes:

Pets (dogs only) are allowed, subject to prior approval based primarily on size.
Parking is very close by, two minutes walk.

What our clients say: 

Our stay at the Sablet House was one of the best accommodations I have experienced. My wife and I stayed there with two other couples and there was ample room for all of us. The house is part of the maze of dwellings that make up Sablet. The village is built on a hill and the dwellings are sort of piled up the hill. Traversing on foot through the village made me think of what it would have been like to live here hundreds of years ago.

There is a section of the village; Places de Berry which serves as an excellent lookout of the Provence countryside. The village also has a marché/boulangerie that carries most of your basic needs and some specialty items as well. The patisserie has heavenly smells emanating from the door first thing in the morning. There is a marché that comes to the village on Fridays during the months of the year that weather permits.

We travelled to this part of France to soak up the culture, of which wine is a huge part. I am a YouTuber and produce a show on wine – The Average Wine Enthusiast – and this trip was an amazing education. But another part of the culture is the marchés that take place in different villages on different days of the week. No matter what you pick up for meals, the kitchen at the Sablet House will have no problem making your meal prep and cooking a pleasure. There is a bookshelf in the kitchen that hosts a plethora of cookbooks that are specific to the area.

The house itself has two terraces that let you take in the fresh air while you enjoy your vacation time. There are also two fireplaces that heat up the thick walls on chilly nights. Spacious and well-decorated, the Sablet House made us all feel right at home.~Merci, Michel and Shirley!

 

  Details

  • Vaucluse
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • WIFI
  • Laundry Facility
  • Deck/Patio/Terrace
  • Kid Friendly
  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Fireplace
  • Television
 

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