Olivenhuset in Provence
On the ground of our traditionally renovated 17th-century French townhouse, we’ve created a space for people to rest their heads after a long day of discovering. The general living area was envisaged by a highly regarded interior designer from the area – giving it bundles of character and creating a great use of space for you to relax in. The apartment has been fitted with a new Italian-style walk-in shower, making you feel like you’re residing in a luxury spa. It also has a kitchenette with all the utensils you will need and most importantly – a coffee machine to start your day.
The garden space is yours to use with your own private terrace patio for enjoying local food or a glass of rosé (we only pass through when we are going out). The apartment also has a private entrance that opens out onto the quiet street. We love to share what we have learned from living here too – from night markets, hidden wine caves and some of the best places to visit in the beautiful historic town of Uzès.
Fons-sur-Lussan is a village located just a 15 minute drive from the Medieval town of Uzès. Neighbouring cities are in driving distance such as Avignon, Nîmes and Montpellier – for all of which we can offer travel advice.
You can bike to neighbouring and equally charming villages within our district – visit a gallery in Lussan for example or its very famous ceramic pottery shops.
There are superb restaurants located in nearby Fons, as well as other activities such as hiking, river walks, canoeing and kayaking or simply a relaxing stroll in the countryside.
We recommend anyone who visits to have car. We have new hybrid 7.5fx Trek bikes for those who want to get to know the area or exercise in their downtime. Our local shop has a wide variety of freshly grown produce from fruit and veg to a selection of cheese and cold meats. The shop is also stocked with quality wines from the region and other beverages of choice. There is a restaurant in our village with concerts once a week. A really nice community of musicians have gathered in the town and its border countryside over the past few years. It’s always free entrance to the events – just be sure to book your table in advance if you plan on eating.