Address830 Route de Puyricard Aix-en-ProvenceSee nearby area
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It is our pleasure to welcome you to spend your vacation or a weekend in Provence and you enjoy the charms of our home La Beaufortine, only 5 minutes from the center of Aix en Provence.
From here, you can discover Provence, land of sun and cicadas, and immerse yourself in a landscape dear to Paul Cezanne.
Our rooms have all a separate entrance from the parking area and pleasant views over the garden and pool. A second terrace without vis--vis in the shade of an oak tree that is built for your relaxation. We offer you aslo: a parking, a swimming pool, a nice terrace, and of course, our lovely garden!
After a continental breakfast in the lovely garden, you will enjoy the great area around the guesthouse. We are happy to introduce you to some typical dishes of the region as the famous bouillabaisse, the Provencal ratatouille and many other dishes that characterize our 'country'.
After a beautiful walk in Marseilles creeks or the Luberon, you can dive in the pool and enjoy a Pastis or a chilled ros from Provence in the company.
If you wish, your guests are sure to advise you on the right plans to make your stay unforgettable.
If the idea to relax and enjoy a quality stay is a priority for you, the BEAUFORTINE welcomes you and offers a variety of housing for different atmospheres in a typical Provencal house!
Cancellation Policy: 5 days.
Check In Time: 15:00.
Check Out Time: 12:00.
Credit Cards Not Accepted.
Payment by cash on arrival .
Minimum Nights: 3 nights.
Breakfast Not Included.
Children allowed on request.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Hire
- Free Parking
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool
- Outdoor Terrace
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