La Voix des Cèdres

Cabrières d’Avignon, Vaucluse
Self-catering
+33 (0)6 32 47 93 72
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From
€370 - €470
per night
From
€2400 - €3200
per week

A stroll from the village, this comfy house in its terraced garden comes with a keen-cook's kitchen, a generous terrace and pool

Bed

4 beds

Bedroom

3 bedrooms

Sleeps

Sleeps 6

Children welcome
Babies welcome

€370 - €470 per night

€2400 - €3200 per week

The Experience

As you come in through the garden the inimitable scent of the sunny dry south envelopes you: lavender, resiny pine, aromatic herbs, it’s magical. The low-slung house stands discreetly in its leafy setting of Mediterranean trees, flowering shrubs and plants – but lift your eyes to the massive bar of the Luberon range beyond. 

There’s a beautiful pool to one side, comfy sun loungers on shaded decking and chairs to carry to other secluded spots – or sink into a wicker easy chair on the wide terrace with a glass of chilled Provençal rosé and some spicy local olives.

Come evening dine under the stars with the lights of hilltop villages in the distance. Inside is Rosie’s pride and joy, her “kitchen for real cooks”, where you will find everything you need. The big dining/sitting room has books to borrow and a guest paperback library. The sitting room sofas are deeply comfortable, bedrooms and bathrooms are simple and peaceful.

La Voix des Cèdres - Gallery

We think you'll love

  • Sending the children down to the pretty medieval village for your morning croissants and baguettes
  • Walking and cycling straight from the door
  • Revelling in the peace and the gorgeous views of the Luberon
La Voix des Cèdres - Gallery

You should know

  • The bedrooms aren't huge and bathrooms are separate
  • The unheated pool (but warm in summer) has no shallow end for small children

Essentials

  • EV charger
  • Self check-in
  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Pricing

Nightly price
from €370
Weekly price
from €2400
Damage deposit
€500
1 House for 6
From €3704 beds3 bedrooms

Information

Special offer: Due to a cancellation we have one week available 13 July. It's a wonderful time to be in the Luberon as the lavender is in full bloom and the sun shines warmly on our brimming village markets. €2500.

Booking information

Check in
4pm-7pm
Check out
By 10am
Other details
Minimum stay: 7 nights in high season.
Closed
Christmas, New Year, Easter, 1 January - 29 June, 28 September - 31 December, 31 December - 28 June.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.

Reviews

The garden was large and peaceful with beautiful trees, flowers and butterflies - The lovely pool was large enough to swim properly and totally private. The villa was enjoyably cool, because of the air-conditioning, and clean, comfortable and very well equipped, especially the kitchen. We ate all our meals outside on the terrace with views towards the mountains. We did not hire a car and were able to walk quickly and easily to the village shop and bakery. There was almost no traffic and the village itself much more beautiful than we expected. We had a lovely holiday.

Peter, Rugby, UK

Lovely, peaceful spot with a fantastic pool and pretty garden. The house is comfortable with good bed linen and a super kitchen so you can cook like you would at home - but with fresh Provençal ingredients!

Alison, Sawday's Inspector

We had a delightful week at La Voix des Cedres. A beautiful and peaceful location with so much to do near by. Brilliant bakers a pleasant 8-10 walk away in the village as well as a butcher and grocer. We loved the terrace for drinks, the BBQ for self catering and the pool for an afternoons relaxing after a busy morning sightseeing. Rosie and Carlo were efficient, helpful and charming. Thank you!

Victoria, Canterbury

We had a wonderful stay. It is a beautiful and quiet location and a very well equipped house. It is a very nice area for walking and cycling. We have climbed the Mont Ventoux from here, this is also possible for the less trained cyclist, because bicycle rental of electric bicycles is 4 km away Thank you for the nice stay

Tim, Aalter, Belgium

Six years after our last stay, this third visit reminded us why Rosie's house is so special. She and Carlo could not have been more hospitable. The lovely garden and pool are ideal for soaking up the Provencal sunshine and then cooling off, and the terrace is the perfect spot for breakfast, drinks or a barbecue with views of the Luberon. The baker, butcher and grocer are a short walk and the local markets an easy drive. We will be back!

Joy, Marlborough

A lovely comfortable home with beautiful gardens, great pool and a superbly equipped kitchen, within easy walk of the shops and an excellent restaurant in a lovely quiet village. Also a good pizzeria/restaurant within a very short stroll. Rosie and Carlo are delightful hosts for whom nothing is too much trouble and respond instantly to any queries.

John, Brighton

Rosie and Carlo's house and garden are gorgeous. The house is well equipped and lovingly furnished. Everything works perfectly and is squeaky clean. The garden is dreamy and invites you to discover something new again and again. It has birds and butterflies. Not only people feel comfortable in this place. Rosie and Carlo are charming and interesting hosts we are reluctant to leave. We will return for sure.

Nicole, Switzerland

We had a lovely stay! The house is very comfortable, with a very well equipped kitchen. We lived mostly outdoors, enjoying the gas barbecue and eating all meals on the delightful terrace. The garden is special, with some lovely planting and makes a wonderful setting for the pool. We were two adults and two 11 year old children and all had a wonderful time. Rosie and Carlo are considerate hosts who gave us a warm welcome on arrival and were so helpful throughout our stay. A special haven in Provence!

Jennifer, Paris

Our second stay at La Voix des Cedres and, once again, it was first class. Rosie and Carlos looked after us amazingly well and the place, as always, was immaculate. A perfect couple of weeks and even got some great weather, both for the pool and Mont Ventoux! Thank you very much, the Pinheys

Julian, London

A peaceful location with easy access to the many picturesque villages, La Voix des Cedres provided us with a spacious & relaxing setting for our idyllic holiday. The comfortable home is a pleasant short walk from the centre of charming Cabrieres D'Avignon. The shop keepers greeted us warmly as we made our early morning walks for baguettes & necessities. In a neighbouring village, a large supermarket & market provided additional products. The house is filled with light. The delightful owners Rosie and Carlo added so much to our visit. We can hardly wait to return here.

Gordon, Toronto

So many things to remember from our two weeks in Provence - the wall to wall sunshine, the many beautiful places we visited and the wonderful food we had. And of course the amazing welcome and hospitality of Rosie and Carlo! We leave here refreshed, relaxed and happy! Many thanks R & C.

Paula & Keith, Tadley

A lovely family home with everything you could need in a superb location. The owners, Rosie and Carlo, are fantastic, friendly, very helpful, great advice on things to see and do, especially which Domaines to visit! We had a very relaxed holiday and were able to completely unwind. It was lovely to be able to walk to the village, especially to the boulangerie to get breakfast. We would definitely recommend Voix Des Cedres and would not hesitate to book again. A fantastic three weeks at a wonderful house, everything we could possibly need. Wonderful memories, lots of relaxation and wine!!

Colleen, John & Catherine, Oxfordshire

A beautiful place. We had a great week. We loved the local walks and visited some lovely towns. A great kitchen to cook in - thanks to Rosie and all the equipment she has made available and all the great tips for shopping in the House Book. I hope we get the chance to return. Thanks Rosie and Carlo.

Tim, Dublin

A home from home. Superbly equipped which meant is was extremely relaxing from the first moment. The village was charming with everything you need. Very friendly and helpful owners. All in all perfect for a relaxing week. (Also great location for cycling)

Robert, Maastricht

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Location

The neighbourhood

It's 200m to the village for a good butcher, boulangerie and épicerie. Two restaurants are within walking distance and a Corsican one, about 2 kms away in fields below the village. L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and Cavaillon are 15 minutes by car, the many villages of the Luberon are close - four within a 20-minute drive. You're surrounded by great wine domains for tasting and tours and the walking and cycling are superb. Find markets for local produce.

Local points of interest from Rosie Jackson

  • Unsung Cabrières is good to look at and quiet to live in with all the shops and services you could want within walking distance. We have an excellent baker and grocer and two village restaurants, one less than 100m from our house.
  • If you like walking bring comfy shoes. Walking trails begin right on our doorstep and we can provide walking maps. Walk along canal towpaths, explore medieval hilltop villages, and stroll through shady woods and vineyards.
  • A haven for cyclists. Our nearby country roads and hills provide endless challenges, not to mention infamous Mt Ventoux where the Tour de France offers one of it's toughest challenges. Enjoy the new 60km+ paved bike trail along the nearby Luberon valley
  • Daily markets overflow with local produce and to compliment this shopping experience we have a large range of Provencal cook books. Shop, cook and enjoy all in the comfort of your home enhanced by our large gas BBQ.
  • Lavender scents the air from mid June to late July and not only in our garden. Many nearby fields are within walking or driving distance. In the heart of lavender country fields are at their best until early August. Rosie offers lavender tours!
  • Lots of activities nearby for all ages - for children: tree top adventure sites, canoeing, horseriding. For adults outdoor concerts, museums, Roman ruins, wine tasting . The list is endless. We have a comprehensive House Book with ideas to inspire you.