This guest house in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence region in France is located in a building built in the 18th century. The house has two living rooms, with a library and a three-hundred-year-old fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen and 6 luxurious bedrooms. Each guest room has a bathroom, and in one of them, there is even a hammam. It is difficult to imagine a French house without a wine cellar, here it is located in the basement and holds 730 bottles. But the main beauty of this place, and the whole region, is of course nature. The terraces overlook the garden with shady trees, poppies bloom here in late spring, and in the fall they collect olives. The perfect combination of tradition, style and harmony with nature!
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