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Le Mas de Chabran

Art de vivre à la française

Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet
Alexis Armanet

Secluded among undulating Les Alpilles hills and rows of olive grows is this 18th-century Provence farmhouse, jointly redesigned by architect Alain Meyland and interior designer Liliana Atilova.

 

Capable of hosting up to 16 guests in eight spacious bedrooms, the property brims with a revitalised grandeur – featuring Pierre Frey fabrics, antique furnishings and contemporary works of art. During your stay, spend your days strolling through the villa gardens, bathing in the pristine pool or enjoying numerous other highlights that include a chapel and a spa with massage room, fitness room and sauna.

Photo credit: Alexis Armanet

 

Perhaps just as remarkable as the mansion itself is the surrounding countryside, where guests can hike around Le Mas and Maussane-les-Alpilles or indulge in the region’s gastronomic heritage by visiting the numerous nearby wine cellars and farms.

 

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