Are you ready to discover the magic of Provence?
Unique Holiday Villa in Provence
If you're looking to stay at an exclusive holiday villa in Provence, Château Camparnaud is your best bet.
Situated in the heart of the French Provence, our 16th century estate is plotted on 40 hectares (100 acres) of private vineyards and forrest. In the surroundings you'll find historic villages and natural treasures, making it the perfect place to discover the beautiful Provence area.
Our villa offers housing for maximum 12 people:
650m2 indoor space [photos]
2 living rooms [photos]
6 bedrooms [photos]
4 bathrooms (+6 individual toilets)
2 large kitchens (1 fully professional) with SMEG appliances [photos]
Additional features include:
Large private pool + sun beds (14x7m)
40 hectares (100 ac) of private vineyards & forrest
Petanque ("jeu de boules") court
Billiards / snooker room
Garden with outdoor dining for 12p
Several outdoor lounge seats
minimum 7 nights stay
- price per week includes:
towels & bedlinen
July & August
€ 8.750 per week
Apr, May, Jun & Sept, Oct
€ 6.995 per week
rental management by GARRIGUE
On the ground floor we feature a fully professional kitchen with steel tops, two dish washers, fridges and SMEG stove & oven.
On the 1st floor you will find our traditional 'living' kitchen with SMEG oven, fridge, dishwasher and fire place. And... a beautiful balcony with view to our pool and vineyards.
The second floor features a bar with kitchenette, fridge and coffee machine.
Right in the heart of Provence.
Provence is famous for its long Mediterranean summer, bright blue sky, spicy lavender scents, beautiful nature and "Cote d'Azur" coastline. Want to rent a villa to experience the Provence? Stay with us!
Surrounded by vineyards and historic Provencal villages such as Le Thoronet, Entrecasteaux and Carcès, Château Camparnaud is at the epicentre of the historic Provence.
Surroundings: the green "Var" Provence
The Provence is the birthplace of the French vineyard and rosé wines. Research shows the ancient Greeks brought vines to southern France around 600 BC when they founded the city of Marseille. It was the Romans who named the area "Provincia Nostra". Today the Provence is known for its delightful climate, historic villages and untamed, mountainous countryside as one of the most beautiful areas in France.
Château Camparnaud is surrounded by typical Provençal style villages such as Le Thoronet, Carcès and Entrecasteaux. It's an area rich of vineyards, forrests and historic architecture. And with the ever beautiful Côte d'Azur less than an hour away, you can easily discover the grandeur of cities like St Tropez, Cannes and Nice.