Villa Victoria is a recently-built Provençal villa, all on one level, newly renovated for a comfortable holiday. Three bedrooms accommodate up to six guests in comfort. The single-storey house is south-facing and enjoys lots of sunlight, with many shady spots in which to relax.
Located within easy reach of some of Provence's most attractive towns and cities, such as Avignon, Arles, and l'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, it is an ideal base to explore the region.
The house is situated at the end of a private laneway in a rural area, surrounded by trees and fields and some neighbouring houses.
The house is sent in a traditional Provençal garden, with olive, pine, and cedar trees providing shade. The 7.5 x 3.5 metre swimming pool is surrounded by a terrace, with lots of outdoor furniture to enjoy the sun. Alongside the house is a shaded terrace with a dining table and six chairs, ideal for enjoying meals outside.
The house has three bedrooms. One has a double bed, and the second and third each have a pair of twin beds. All bedrooms have ample clothing storage. The shower room has an Italian shower; the WC is separate.
In the air-conditioned living area, a set of comfortable sofas face a television with a DVD player and a fireplace. Internet access is available.
The fully-equipped kitchen includes a dining table, oven, stovetop and large refrigerator.
Châteauneuf-de-Gadagne is a traditional Provençal village with a restaurant, a baker, and a grocery. From the house, it is a pleasant walk through fields into the village. The town of l'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is less than twenty minutes' drive. This town is famous for its many antique shops, and hosts an antique market every Sunday. The town has many working water wheels, and it is possible to rent a canoe and explore the town on the water.
There are many walking trails to discover the region on foot, and the quiet rural roads are ideal for a cycling tour.
The city of Avignon is just a little further in the other direction, and can be reached inside a half hour's drive. Avignon is rich in history; founded by the Romans, it was the site of the papacy for part of the Middle Ages, and is dominated by the great Papal Palace from that era. Avignon hosts a famous theatre festival every July which attracts many entertainers of all sorts to the streets.
The great Luberon regional park is close by and provides an immense area of natural beauty to discover. To the south is Arles, where Van Gogh once lived and painted the beautiful light, and the salt marsh of the Camargue and its wild horses, and beyond that, the Mediterranean and its beaches, fish restaurants, and lively cities.