Mas de Goult, Goult, Provence

Beautiful farmhouse conversion with heated pool and a/c


A beautifully converted 19th century farmhouse, combining old features with new comforts like air-conditioned bedrooms and a heated pool. The house is in easy walking distance of one of the best villages in the Luberon, and with 6 spacious suites it can sleep anything up to 20 with kids.

Living Rooms

The elegant ground floor is made up of the kitchen, dining/sitting room, living room, wine cellar, ping pong room, games room, laundry room and guest WC.


The entrance to the house and dining room.

The main living room is set around a fireplace, with Smart TV, Blu-ray/DVD, movie library and Xbox with Fifa 16. The dining table seats 12-14. There is also a table for 4 in the lobby area. But meals are usually taken outside, either under the plane tree or by the barbecues.


Dining room with table by windows and sitting room by the fireplace.

The kitchen is equipped with a 5-ring gas stove, 1.5 ovens, American fridge-freezer with ice and water, wine fridge, dishwasher and microwave. The breakfast bar even has USB sockets underneath.


Bright, well-equipped kitchen.

Next to the kitchen is the utility room with 2 washing machines, tumble dryer, second fridge and second dishwasher.

There is a temperature-controlled wine cellar (right), and guests are welcome to help themselves, and then replace with a similar wine.

The wine cellar is also perfect in summer for storing fruit, vegetables, cheese, etc.




The main living room and the vaulted ping pong room.

Kids and teens love the ping pong room, with its vaulted ceiling, seating and TV. There is a further games room with a selection of board games. There is also a guest WC on the ground floor.


All the bedrooms and suites are air-conditioned. There is a lot of flexibility in how many the house can sleep. There are 6 spacious suites, some with extra beds, sofa-beds and bathrooms, so as many as 20 can be accommodated if there are children in the party. Upstairs in the main body of the farmhouse are 4 spacious suites with bedroom, sitting room, bathroom and outside space. The annexe building (formerly the stables) has two more large suites, which are more like 2-bed apartments.


Suite 1 and its en suite bathroom with bath and shower, and (below right) its sitting room.

Suite 1 (above and right) is accessed up the stone staircase from the living room. The bed is made up of two mattresses and is 1.8m/6ft wide, and can also be configured as two singles. The bathroom has clawfoot bath, walk-in shower, double basins and WC.

The suite has a separate sitting room with breakfast-making facilities, and this opens out to a patio with table and chairs.

Suite 1's sitting room.


Suite 2, which can sleep up to 5 with an additional single bed and sofa-bed in the sitting room (below left).


Suite 2 is accessed up the main central staircase. It has a 1.6m/5.25ft-wide bed and a single bed for a child outside the bedroom. The bathroom has walk-in shower, double basins and WC.

The suite has a sitting room with sofa and armchair, opening out to the outside space with table and chairs.

This suite can accommodate up to 5, as the sofa-bed in the sitting room can sleep two children or one adult.


Also up the central staircase is suite 3 (below), with 1.8m/6ft-wide bed (can also be 2 singles) and bathroom with walk-in shower, basin and WC. The sitting room opens to the patio with table and chairs.


Suite 3 with its en suite bathroom.

Suite 4 (below) is up the stairs from the kitchen and has a 1.8m/6ft-wide bed made up of 2 mattresses (can also be 2 single beds), as well as a separate single bed for a child, and a sofa-bed in the sitting room which can sleep 2 children or one adult. The bathroom has shower, basin and WC. Off the bedroom is the terrace with table and chairs.


Suite 4 can sleep up to 5 with an additional single bed and a sofa-bed in its sitting room.


To the back of the main farmhouse is an annexe with two further suites, 5 and 6, each comprising a bedroom with its own bathroom, and a mezzanine bedroom above a sitting room, with its own downstairs bathroom. The mezzanine levels are open to the sitting room below so these are less private than a regular bedroom.


Suite 5 in the annexe with main bedroom and another bed on the mezzanine above the sitting room (right).

Because of the staircases to the mezzanines the upstairs beds are not suitable for young children or people with restricted mobility. They are best suited to teenagers.


Living room in suite 5 with bed on the mezzanine above, and its bathroom.

Suite 5 has a 1.6m/5.25ft-wide bed on the ground floor and a 1.8m/6ft-wide bed on the mezzanine level. Suite 6 has a 1.8m/6ft-wide bed downstairs and a 1.6m/5.25ft-wide bed on the mezzanine level. Both ground floor bedrooms have en suite shower room with shower, basin and WC. The mezzanine bedrooms have a bathroom below them with shower, double basins and WC.


Suite 6 in the annexe with main bedroom and bathroom.

The annexe suites have breakfast-making facilities and private terraces with table and chairs. Each one has independent access from the garden.


Mezzanine bedroom above the sitting room of suite 6, with main bedroom to the right.

Bedroom Floorplans


The house is in extensive gardens on different levels, with different dining spots to choose from and a large heated pool.


The pool area has a summer kitchen with drinks fridge, shower, sitting area and sunloungers. The pool has an infinity edge and can be heated if necessary. Pool measurements are 14m x 5m (46 x 16ft).



To the front of the house is a terrace with dining table under the shade of a plane tree and this is lit up at night.


Outdoor dining under the plane tree at the front of the house (left) and by the BBQs at the back (right).

Up a level is a second dining area with beautiful view over the house to the Luberon valley and mountain. Here there are two barbecues, one of which is vegetarian only.

The upper level with second dining spot to the left.View of Goult from the lawn at the front of the house.


Up another level to the back of the house is a large lawn, perfect for children's games, as well as a soccer goal. The garden is mature and beautifully planted with lavender, rosemary, olive trees, roses, cypress and many of the flowers of Provence.


The back of the house on the upper level is where the bedrooms open out to the garden.

The house has a boules court and a set of boules is available. By the kitchen a herb garden is available for guest use.

Upper level dining spot with barbecues. The large lawn above the house to the rear.

There is a frog pond with safety grill just under the surface to protect young children. The frogs can be noisy on occasion!


The property has a gated entrance and plenty of secure parking.

The Location

Scenes from the village of Goult, in the heart of the Luberon.

The house is half a mile from the centre of Goult, one of the best villages of the Luberon. It is a 10-minute stroll to all the amenities. Goult is a little-known gem of a village, with a lovely atmosphere, a good café/restaurant on the main square, and several other good restaurants, as well as a 'hidden' and beautifully preserved old neighbourhood with bakery, butcher, grocery store. The village also has public tennis courts.

Goult has a seasonal market on Thursday mornings, and there is a market in a nearby village every day of the week.

The other perched hill-top villages of the Luberon, like Menerbes, Gordes, Bonnieux, Roussillon, Lacoste, and Oppede le vieux are all 10-15 minutes away.

Fontaine de Vaucluse and the antiques capital of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue are 20 minutes away, the medieval city of Avignon is 40 minutes, and within an hour or so are Aix-en-Provence, St Remy, Arles, Mont Ventoux, Les Baux de Provence, Orange, and the start of the Rhone wine trail.

You can make a comfortable day-trip to the Cote d'Azur from Monte Carlo to St Tropez, Marseille, the fishing village of Cassis and the calanques, Arles, Nimes, the Camargue, the Alps, the Gorges du Verdon, and the Rhone wine trail all the way to Lyon.

Nearby Gordes, one of the most beautiful villages in France.



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Noted for:
  • Cafe de la Poste
  • Romanesque church
  • Terraced gardens
  • 4 restaurants and cafés
  • Grocery, butcher, baker, wine store
  • Market day: Thursday

Weekly Rates

March 28 - June 279125 euros
June 27 - August 2911500 euros
August 29 - October 309125 euros
Other periodsOn request

Included in the rental rates: bedlinen, towels, utilities, WiFi and after-stay clean. For stays of more than a week there is a weekly clean with change of bedding and towels.

Rental periods run from Saturday 5pm to Saturday 10am. Minimum rental period is 1 week except in the off-season.

To secure a booking you would send a 25% deposit, with the balance payable up to 8 weeks before your stay.
 There is a refundable security deposit of 800 euros against any breakages or damage.

Cancellation policy: if we can find another booking for your dates we will return any money sent (minus bank charges).

The house is for a maximum of 20 people, including children. Smoking is not allowed in the property. Well-behaved dogs are welcome for an additional cleaning fee of 200 euros.

Insurance: you need personal liability insurance when you rent a property in France - find out about that here.

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