Après la Sieste, Languedoc-Roussillon
|358, Rue Alexis Martin, 30126, Saint Laurent des Arbres, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, FRANCE.|
Description: Après la SiesteApres La Sieste is a lovely guest house located between Provence and Cévennes in Saint Laurent des Arbres in southern France. A charming European country B&B, Apres La Sieste is the ideal place to explore the area or just relax by the heated saltwater swimming pool on a nice day. Set in a typical French village, Apres La Sieste is perfect for a romantic weekend getaway or a quiet midweek holiday.
Stroll the narrow old cobblestoned streets and discover the classical 12th century castle with its own dungeon! Experience the Avignon Festival, the wine cellars of Chateau Neuf du Pâpe, Nimes, the Gard Bridge, the Baux de Provence, the Luberon, and other exceptional places.
With just 5 bedrooms, this rural country inn guest house offers individually personalised service and accommodation. Just a 5 minute drive from the motorway, 15 minutes from both the TGV rail station and from the town of Avignon, Apres La Sieste is conveniently located and has private car parking.
Type of rooms: Après la SiestePremière Sieste: Suite with double bed, bath, lounge, sleeping up to three persons, flat screen TV.
Deuxième Sieste: Suite with double bed, shower, lounge. A/C, flat screen TV.
Troisième Sieste: Double bedded room with bath. A/C, flat screen TV.
Cinquième Sieste: Chambre avec douche et lit double ou 2 lits simples, flat screen TV.
Sieste Zen: Twin bedded room with bath, flat screen TV.
Additional information: Après la Sieste
Entrance may be by prior arrangement only. In some places, it is normal that guests can enter by appointment only. This is typical for a traditional guest house or Bed and Breakfast, Chambre d'hôte in France, and vacation rentals, but may also apply to other unique lodging establishments.
Children: not appropriate for children.
Wellness: a professional massage can be arranged in advance.
Biking: The inn is near several charming villages and vineyards which you can discover by bike or on foot. They will loan you a mountain bike.
Tennis: Guests have free access to 2 nearby tennis courts.
Canoeing or kayaking: near the Ardêche, the Gardon, or the Cêze (between 20 & 35 km)
Climbing: Dentelles de Montmirail, Collias, Gorges de l'Ardèche, Calanques
Horses: Equestrian centre in the village or in Camargue
Wine Route: visit the cellars of Châteauneuf du Pape, Lirac, Tavel etc.
Explore the local area:
Avignon (20km away): City of Popes with its palace and its famous "Pont D'Avignon". Premier Theatre Festival in the month of July.
The Bridge of the Gard (30km): This is the most visited monument in France, the best preserved of the Roman aqueducts.
Baux de Provence (45km): At the heart of Massif des Alpilles, one of the most beautiful places in Provence, this village, set majestically on a rocky spur, overlooks the valley of the Baux, which is covered with thousands of olive trees.
Uzès (30km): Uzès is the first dukedom of France. If you visit on a Saturday, you can enjoy the market, one of the most famous in the South of France.
Arles (70km): Arles is well known for its festivals (called feria) and is an interesting stop if you are spending a day in the Camargue
The Luberon (70km): is a superb nature park; a country of Rousillion shades of ochre, a kingdom of Gordes stone.
Sautadet Falls (20km): A very beautiful site near the house, you can enjoy it if visiting La Roque du Cèze, an adorable village, and going as far as the Grotto of l'Aven d'Orgnac.
The Camargue (70km): Marvel at the beauty of nature in the wild. Walk in the country of horses, flamingos and bulls. Take a horse ride on the beach, an unforgettable memory!
The Calanques (115km): Ideal for spending a day by the sea. It's a coastline torn apart by abrupt cliffs which jets out into the deep blue Mediterranean. It's also a great place for diving or climbing.
The Ardèche Gorges (60km): Discover the gorges on canoe or kayak. You could also do climbing or cycling or donkey riding.
Pets: not admitted.
Each rate may have its own cancellation policy as determined by the hotel. The hotel may charge the guest in accordance with hotel policy. All costs may change or vary between booking channels and should be understood (verified and accepted) upon booking.
Number of rooms: 5
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1850/2005.
Period of closure: Jan - Mar. Open: Apr - Dec.
Languages spoken: French, English.Smoking policy: Smoking outside only.
Credit cards accepted: Payment by cheque or cash.
GPS Coordinates: 44° 3' 19.13'' N 4° 42' 5.31'' E
Nearest airport: Nimes, 30 min. - Marseille, 1 hr.
Rates: Après la Sieste
|Low Season||High Season||Taxes||Service charge|
|Suite Première Sieste||150||170||incl.||incl.|
|Suite Deuxième Sieste||150||170||incl.||incl.|
|Chambre Troisième Sieste||110||130||incl.||incl.|
|Gîte Quatrième Sieste||130||150||incl.||incl.|
|Chambre Cinquième Sieste||110||130||incl.||incl.|
|Breakfast per person||incl.||incl.|
|Description of seasons|
|Low Season: Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, Apr, May, Jun.
High Season: July & August.
Closed: Jan, Feb, Mar.
Minimum stay: 2 nights and 4 nights in July and August
|Rates valid till (d/m/y)|
|Booking and cancellation policy|
|DEPOSIT: The reservation is confirmed upon receipt of non-refundable deposit:
Amount of the 1st night or of first 2 nights for stays of 5 days or more.
Payment by cheque or cash.
Price in Euros per night, per room for two people with breakfast included.
All costs, prices, and policies, including exchange rates, package deals, and cancellation policy may change and should be confirmed with the hotel upon booking.