Our aim is to make your stay at Mas Eve as carefree as possible – after all, this is your vacation! We’ve done the most to ensure that you do the least, whilst still benefitting from the flexibility of self-catering accommodation. There’s no need to bring linen or towels – these are included in the rental cost. Your fully-equipped kitchen has a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and microwave and there is a washing machine located in the outside laundry room (usage incurs a nominal charge). Your hosts are native English speakers who can also converse in German, French and (limited) Spanish. Mas Eve has a 3 star Gites de France rating.
During the day, there are drinks (and ice cream!) available at the pool-house, where we operate an ‘honesty box’ system – we’ll just tally up the cost and you can settle on check-out. Of course, you are still free to buy your own supply and keep it in your kitchen.
Evenings at the Mas are what you make of them: enjoy pre-dinner drinks beside the pool before heading out to a nearby restaurant, be the chef and cook ‘en plein air’ at the poolside barbecue, or just enjoy your home-cooked meal surrounded by rows and rows of apple trees.
Located just outside Cavaillon, between Avignon (20km) and Aix en Provence (54km), Mas Eve lies within 7 acres of apple orchards, yet is within easy reach of towns such as Gordes, L’Isle sur la Sorgue, Fontaine de Vaucluse, Menerbes and Bonnieux. The historic cities of Nimes and Arles are also nearby.
There is an abundance of hiking trails in the area, enabling you to explore the region on foot (although a car is essential to fully enjoy your stay at Mas Eve). Your hosts can provide maps and information upon request. Discover more about the treasures of the Luberon region by clicking here.
To round off your day, why not relax and enjoy an evening meal 'chez vous'? On most days (for a nominal fee), you can pre-order a home-cooked meal served with your choice of red, white or rose wine. The area surrounding Mas Eve is steeped in fresh fruit and vegetables, with the opportunity to buy direct from farmers at local markets or roadside stalls. So there's no need to head out to a restaurant if you don't feel like cooking after a long day's sightseeing or hiking through the wonderful Luberon region.