Le Peyre, Lagnes, Provence

Delightful Provence farmhouse, perfect for summer


A delightful restored farmhouse in the heart of the Luberon, with typical Provencal courtyard and period features, country views, 5 acres of land and a large pool. The house sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom.

Living Rooms


The country kitchen is full of light and opens to the terrace with table and chairs.

The entrance hall has a wonderful ancient stone floor and fireplace, and off this room are the kitchen to one side and the living room to the other.

Kitchen/dining room with steps to mezzanine. Kitchen worktop with wall-mounted oven.

The kitchen has a large dining table and also a sitting area, with steps leading up to the study on the mezzanine level and one of the bedrooms and bathrooms.


The living room with exposed beams and columns.

The kitchen is equipped with 4-ring gas stove, wall-mounted oven, American fridge-freezer with cool water dispenser, dishwasher and microwave. The washing machine is on the lower level.


At one end of the living room is the fireplace and at the other the bar.

The striking living room features Provencal ceiling beams and classic bar with zinc top. Seating is round the fireplace and TV or by the bar. TV channels are UK Freeview channels.


Entrance hall with wonderful old stone floor, leading to kitchen and living room.

Above the kitchen on the mezzanine level is a workdesk, and the house has WiFi internet.


There are 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, sleeping 10 people. One bedroom with bathroom is accessed by a staircase from the courtyard. As three of the bedrooms have their own staircase they give a greater degree of privacy.


Master bedroom and bathroom.

The master bedroom (above) is a light and spacious room with triple aspect windows, dressing area, and a 1.6m-wide bed (5.25ft). Its en suite bathroom has bath, separate shower, basin and WC.


Bedroom 2 and en suite bathroom on the garden level.

Bedroom 2 (above) is on the lower level, which is the garden level to the rear of the house. It opens through a french door to the orchard garden. The bed is 1.4m wide (4.6ft) and the en suite bathroom has walk-in shower, basin and WC.


Bedroom 3 with 2 single beds and bathroom.

Bedroom 3 (above) is a delightful children's room with two single beds, lots of space and light, opening to the central courtyard through the large arched opening. The bathroom has walk-in shower, basin and WC.


Bedroom 3 opens onto the courtyard.

Bedroom 4 (below) is accessed up the stairs from the kitchen, and has a 1.6m-wide bed (5.25ft). Its bathroom has bath with hand-held shower, basin and a separate WC.


Bedroom 4 and its bathroom, upstairs from the kitchen.

Bedroom 5 (below) is accessed via the courtyard and has a 1.4m-wide bed (4.6ft), and en suite bathroom with shower, basin and WC. There is no door on this bathroom.

Bedroom 5 and en suite bathroom are over the courtyard.

All bathrooms are equipped with hairdryers. For little ones, the house also has 2 fixed cots, 2 travel cots, 2 high chairs and some baby bouncing chairs.

Garden & Pool


The house is in 5 acres (2 ha) of land, with the courtyard at the heart of things, and beyond that are lawn and lavender, orchard and vineyard.


The Provencal courtyard with fountain.

The pool is roughly octagonal, with a length of 13m (42ft), it has steps and a pool alarm. The pool can be fenced off but parental supervision is still required.

Luberon view from the terrace. The courtyard in winter.

The house forms an 'L' round the courtyard which is walled and laid to gravel, with a fountain in the middle.


The raised terrace by the kitchen.

Outside the kitchen, and above the children's room, is the sunny terrace with table and chairs (above), and view over the Luberon.


Dining table by the living room, shaded by wisteria-clad pergola.

Along the front of the house a pergola with wisteria provides shade for the dining table, and next to the dining table a nook offers another cosy place to eat.


The land is planted with cherry, apricot, peach and olive trees, as well as lavender, and is among the vineyards of the Luberon.


Looking over courtyard from the raised terrace, and the cosy outside dining nook.

There is off-street parking for several cars.


Garden planted with lavender, olive, cherry, apricot and peach.

The Location

Cabrieres d'Avignon has all the amenities of a small Provencal village, without the crowds.

The house is in a country setting betweent the three Luberon villages of Cabrieres d'Avignon, Lagnes and Coustellet. The first two are typical medieval villages with bakery, grocery store, butcher and a couple of restaurants. Coustellet is the crossroads of the Luberon, a modern village with a wider range of food shops, restaurants and a supermarket.

Coustellet is also well-known for its great Sunday morning farmers' market.

Five minutes away is the better known village of Gordes, and it is a short drive to the other beautiful hill-top villages of the Luberon: Menerbes, Bonnieux, Lacoste, Roussillon, Oppede-le-vieux, etc.

Isle sur la Sorgue, the antiques capital of France is close by, as is the stunning Fontaine de Vaucluse, where the Sorgue emerges from the ground.

There are hikes right from the door of the house exploring the surrounding countryside, or you can go by mountain bike. Village markets take place in a different village each day of the week.

This is an ideal base for exploring further afield: Avignon, Arles, St Remy, Aix, Nimes, Pont du Gard, Gorges du Verdon, Les Baux, Marseille, the Camargue and the Cote d'Azur are all within easy reach.

Scenes from the nearby Sunday farmer's market in Coustellet, which runs April to December.



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Guest Reviews

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Reviewed by : JBB

London, UK

Date of stay: 2016-08-04


We had a lovely family stay here, and found the house very comfortable and well equipped. The house is light, bright and yet full of character and the large pool and garden give plenty of room for children to play and explore. Convenient for days out both in the Luberon, Aix and Avignon, and very close to L’Isle sur la Sorgue with its markets and antiques, and the wonderful Farmers market at Coustellet is just 5 minutes away. The big views from all parts of the house don’t prepare you for how convenient the location is, with easy communication to the motorway system or to remote parts of the Luberon National Park,

Reviewed by : JAMcD


Date of stay: 2016-06-12

Love this house

A superb old farmhouse, extremely spacious and decorated to the highest standards, managing to combine a chic look with outstanding comfort and convenience. The location is both rural but allows easy access to local amenities. The Luberon is a delightful and interesting area of southern France.

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Weekly Rates

July - August4500 euros
August 18 - Sept 1, 20184000 euros

Included in the rental rates: utilities, bedlinen, towels, WiFi internet, and after-stay clean.

Rental periods run from Saturday 5pm to Saturday 10am.

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 500 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 10 people. We regret that pets and smoking are not allowed in the house


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

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