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The Bastide des Demoiselles, a charming bed and breakfast with a family atmosphere located in the village of Roussillon

With five luxurious rooms, the Bastide des Demoiselles is situated in Roussillon in Provence, between the Luberon and the Monts de Vaucluse, in the middle of the triangle formed by the famous hilltop villages.

The Bastide des Demoiselles, a charming bed and breakfast with a family atmosphere located in the village of Roussillon

With five luxurious rooms, the Bastide des Demoiselles is situated in Roussillon in Provence, between the Luberon and the Monts de Vaucluse, in the middle of the triangle formed by the famous hilltop villages.

The Bastide des Demoiselles, a charming bed and breakfast with a family atmosphere located in the village of Roussillon

With five luxurious rooms, the Bastide des Demoiselles is situated in Roussillon in Provence, between the Luberon and the Monts de Vaucluse, in the middle of the triangle formed by the famous hilltop villages.

“We are very happy to welcome you to the Bastide des Demoiselles from where you can discover the jewels of our beautiful Provence”.

Patricia & Philippe

Welcome to the Bastide des Demoiselles

Situated in the centre of a small hamlet, the Bastide des Demoiselles occupies the building of a former silkworm farm dating from the late 18th century. The building has undergone very few structural changes over the years but several renovations.

The Bastide des Demoiselles has the charm of old French buildings with exposed stones, dry-stone walls, original beams, red terracotta tiles, and travertine floors.

Philippe and Patricia purchased the property in July 2019, with the aim of running a bed and breakfast. It is then renamed the “Bastide des Demoiselles” in reference to their four daughters. Over six months, renovation work was undertaken to improve its comfort.

Situated in the middle of vineyards, the Bastide des Demoiselles guarantees you a relaxing and rejuvenating stay in the countryside, whether by the heated swimming pool, in the refreshing shade of the thick stone walls, or under the olive trees.

Bastide des Demoiselles, a place for relaxation

We are pleased to welcome you from 1 March to 30 November. Check-in is available from 3 pm on the day of arrival. Check-out is required by 11 am on the day of departure.

In addition to staying in well-decorated and well-equipped room, you will have at your disposal:

  • car parking inside the property
  • a fenced swimming pool area for your privacy and safety. The pool is heated, and the area is equipped with deck chairs and umbrellas
  • a landscaped garden with olive trees, Mediterranean cypresses, lime trees, and lavender plants, among others, and equipped with umbrellas. Several different areas are set up to allow you to relax or have a drink in complete tranquillity
  • a TV lounge and bar
  • a copious breakfast with local specialities served on the terrace or in the large kitchen depending on the weather conditions and your personal wishes.

NB: On some days, the owners serve dinner, upon reservation only. For the comfort of all, children under the age of 2 years and animals are not allowed. The common area and bedrooms are non-smoking.

Enjoy the comfort and charm of the rooms at the Bastide des Demoiselles

Philippe wishes to share with you his family passion and personal admiration for famous French painters. We have done everything to create an environment that reflects ourselves with the goal: TO MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD!

Discover our rooms inspired by the great masters

ROOM
Monet

The famous French painter Claude Monet is one of the founders of Impressionism. He made many trips to the French Riviera (Marseille, Menton, Antibes, Monaco, etc.) between 1883 and 1889. Enchanted by nature and wild landscapes, Monet painted around thirty canvases inspired by Japanese prints.

ROOM
Renoir

The decoration of this room is inspired by the famous Impressionist painter Auguste Renoir who depicted the joys of life and human figures in most of his works. Using an exquisite colour palette, he created a true cult of sensuality in his portraits and female nudes. Renoir spent several winters on the Mediterranean coast, where he died in Cagnes-sur-Mer in 1919.

ROOM
Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh was born in the Netherlands in 1853. His work, full of naturalism, was inspired by Impressionism and Pointillism. Tired of the hectic urban life and harsh climate of the north, Van Gogh headed south to live in more clement latitudes in 1886, discovering the light and colours of Provence that allowed him to perfect his new technique.

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Cézanne

Paul Cézanne was born on 19 January 1839 in Aix-en-Provence and died on 22 October 1906 in the same city. He was a self-taught French painter, considered to be the precursor of post-Impressionism and Cubism.

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Picasso

Pablo Ruiz Picasso, born in Malaga, Spain, in 1881 and died in Mougins, France, in 1973, is a Spanish painter, drawer, sculptor, and engraver who spent most of his life in France. Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) and Guernica (1937) are among the most important works of the century.

Discover an environment perfect for relaxation

Des loisirs pour tous,
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More about the Bastide des Demoiselles

Private parking

Wi-Fi

Garden

Terrace

Heated swimming pool

Breakfast included

Rooms with a safe

Three air-conditioned rooms

Animals not accepted

Non-smoking