This B&B is in the heart of Saint-Quentin-la Poterie; only a three-minute walk to the village centre. It’s surrounded by a large wild garden with a swimming pool and quirky sculptures by local artists.
Michelle and Thierry live in the 17th-century main house, with rooms on the floor above or in the 18th-century annexe across the courtyard. Find spacious sitting areas and books on the bedside tables, as well as a kettle, coffee machine and fridge. Breakfasts of organic cheeses, honey and yogurts from local farms are served at separate tables outside, or inside in the conservatory or next to the fire in the vaulted dining room.
Stroll down the road to Restaurant des Potiers for simple, traditional French food or find four other restaurants in the village, as well as a local market on Tuesdays and Fridays. Borrow bikes or kayak on nearby rivers; the charming market town of Uzès is a ten-minute drive away and Avignon and Arles are less than an hour away.