Le Nôtre is divided into two luxurious cottages, “Le Mounestier” and Le Prieuré.
You can opt for renting the entire estate or renting one of the two cottages, at your leisure.
The Mounestier, established on a living space of 127 m², is equipped to ensure the comfort of its guests. Whether you want to escape for a weekend or you need to recharge a few weeks away from any source of hassle, Le Mounestier is a prestigious establishment, bathed in calm. The cottage can accommodate up to 6 people, throughout the year.
Its geographical situation brings it closer to the 5 essential Provencal villages of the region. Alleins, Aurons, La Barben, Pélissanne and Vernègues are just minutes from the estate. Open throughout the year, the estate can be reached via its telephone reception, from Monday to Sunday (8am to 8pm).
The Mounestier combines the charm of an old building with the modernity of a more contemporary decor. The building, a masterpiece from the mid-12th century, highlights the beauty of the old stones to which it owes its particular appearance. In a typical spirit of the region, the old monastery offers a summer rental that will allow you to enjoy the activities specific to Provence. The place steeped in history gives access to a large garden, its fountain and its green area where Begonias, White Jasmines, Iceberg Roses, Arts Topiares and Lonicéras embellish the landscape. Outdoor enthusiasts will be seduced by this space where outdoor salons and sunbeds are specially developed by an Italian designer.
Renovated, the former Benedictine estate combines the particular architecture of a period building with the modernity of an exceptional gite accessible for a stay in Provence. The residence offers a living room with contemporary decor, a fully equipped kitchen and three beds in two rooms. Designed to accommodate a family or a small group of holidaymakers, the Mounestier offers a friendly atmosphere where each guest will find a refuge. The living room, set in a stone vaulted space in Rognes, puts visitors in contact with the walls of the old oven of the monastery.