The Mas des Pins Residence

eygalières, provence
5 bedroom - 5 bath
(4 reviews)
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€1,003 - €1,121 per night (EUR)
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Perks for the Parents

This exceptional 5-bedroom house with a heated saltwater pool is in one of Provence’s most charming villages, and includes a kids wing along with stunning views of the mountains and Provence countryside from its bedrooms. The property has a large kitchen and 14-person dining table. There are 3 areas of the house - a kids wing, a guest wing and upstairs bedrooms - and plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the space as 1 or 2 families traveling together. The enclosed and secure garden has views of the Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles and offers a relaxing environment for families, featuring a covered pool house, large BBQ and an outdoor table to sit 12-14 guests.

Why Kids Love it

This fabulous family space is kitted out for kids and includes lots of games and toys particularly for those under 10. There are 2 children’s bikes for guest use. The kids wing comprises a double bunk bedroom and 2 single beds in another bedroom, plus a bathroom with a double sink and double shower. Note - the house is on a hill and has a stone wall on one side with a two meter drop off on the other side of the wall. Young children or toddlers will require supervision to make sure that they don’t climb over the wall. Nearby treats include horseback riding, trips to Saint Remy de Provence, 15 minutes away, for ice creams and carousel rides, and to the Camargue, 45 minutes away, to see white horses and flamingoes.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 7 days and 14 days in August. Check in: 4pm; Check out: 10am. Late/early check out/in may be an option based on availability. Safety notes: young children should be supervised in the garden. Stairs inside the house are not gated. The swimming pool has a cover but is not gated. Maintenance of the pool is undertaken once a week. Once weekly house cleaning is included in the price. The house has a guidebook with contact details for the English speaking cleaner (if you wish to arrange extra cleaning), massage, yoga teacher, running and cycling trails, favourite restaurants, places to visit and much more. A car is essential in this part of France.

About the Location

This residence is in the heart of Eygalieres village inside the Alpilles (little Alps) National Park. Treats nearby include running, cycling and hiking trails among the stunning scenery painted by Van Gogh, and Chez Emily, one of the best cheese shops in Provence, a short walk from the front door. The house is close to the medieval fortress of Les Baux de Provence, one of France’s most famous villages. The beautiful towns of Arles, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Isle-sur-la-Sorgue are all less than an hour away, as are the famous vineyards of Chateauneuf du Pape. The closest airports are Avignon (30 minutes), Marseilles (45 minutes) and Nimes (1 hour). The Eurostar stops in Avignon, 30 minutes away.

Accommodation Details

This 5-bedroom home is laid out over 2 floors. Upstairs, there is a master bedroom with a kingsize bed, and a second bedroom with a kingsize bed. Both rooms with ensuite bathrooms and a terrace with spectacular views of the Alpilles. Downstairs, at one end of the house there is 1 bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and kingsize bed and at the other end, a children’s area with 2 bedrooms - one with double bunk beds to sleep 4 and another with 2 single beds that could be made into a kingsize bed. A bathroom with double shower and double sink bathroom is shared between these 2 bedrooms. There is a laundry room in the basement and there is AC in every room of the house. The property has a large open space living room, and a family kitchen with a table seating 14, plus outdoor dining area, garden and heated saltwater pool.

Style Notes

Modern rustic. This newly-renovated property combines old and new, with polished concrete floors and stunning bathrooms throughout alongside traditional window frames, reclaimed wood and sensational views. The rotating Gyro focus fireplace in the middle of the living room sits beside a reclaimed wood table and antique airplane wood propeller light to give the house a unique design look. We love the egg-shaped white bath for family bath time, the recessed shelves in the double bunk beds, ideal for toys, and the wonderful outdoor space.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
3 king
2 bunk bed
2 twin / single
sleeps 1
1 travel crib
Masha F.
Member since December 10, 2017
We are a London based family with two girls (10 and 12). Provence is our holiday home which we love sharing with family and friends.

4 reviews

Lauren N.
Visited in July 2022
Our family of 3 and our friends (family of 4), spent a dreamy 2 weeks at Mas des Pins in Provence. The home was beautiful and comfortable, with plenty of room for adults and kids, alfresco dinners on the patio, a great pool and shady lounge area for hot afternoons and A/C for those hot summer days. The house is located in a cute village and a great launch pad for day trips around Provence.
Stephanie L.
Visited in June 2022
What an incredible stay. The house is just beautiful, modern and perfect to accommodate your own family or multiple families traveling together. We loved that there are three rooms that feel like "main suites" with queen beds and en suite bathrooms, plus a bunk room and extra room with two twin beds. The house itself is wonderful - the incredible wall-to-ceiling windows, gorgeous views from the property, stunning pool to relax by. We were traveling with a baby and the home had a high chair and pack and play so we didn't need to bring them. Alison was on hand to help meet us at the home and answer questions during our stay (including where to get medical help when I got an eye infection on the trip!). And we adored Eygalieres - the house is perfectly situated right in town, so you can walk just 1 minute and get ice cream or crepes for the kids. Some of our favorites during the stay: a cheese plate from Chez Emily (order a day in advance - one of the best cheese plates I've had) and dinner at Chez Paulette (make a reservation and go on the weekends when they close the main street to cars and it is pedestrian only). What a perfect home and visit!
Alexandra J.
Visited in July 2019
We had an amazing time at the Mas Des Pins residence. The house is immaculate and the town of Eygalieres is unbelievably charming. It is a few steps to the town with amazing restaurants, a cheese shop, butcher and bakery. We loved taking day trips in the area and relaxing by the pool in the afternoon.
richard h.
Visited in May 2019
We have just returned from an amazing family holiday at The Mas Des Pins Residence. The house is beautiful, even more so that the photos suggest, spacious, light and airy with wonderful views of the alpines from the upstairs terrace and pool. Our children loved the house, garden and swimming pool and so, although there is so much to explore locally, we hardly left the house - instead having a truly relaxing holiday. When in the house and garden it feels like a total oasis of calm but it's actually just at the top of the main street, 100m of so to beautiful village shops (bakery, cheese shop, butchers) and cafe's/ restaurants - this is the perfect spot and its no wonder village centre properties in Eygalieres are so sought after. We loved, wandering down to the buy baguettes in the morning and out to the cafe's and restaurants in the evening (the market on Friday is also incredible). Masha and Marie Anne (who was around locally) were also great hosts, extremely responsive and friendly. Needless to say we highly recommend!

Eygalières, Provence

Medieval ruins and market stalls

This pretty village in the heart of Provence is perched in the northern Alpilles mountains and has medieval ruins along with shops, restaurants and bakeries. On a Friday, market stalls selling local produce line the stone streets and draw in plenty of local visitors. It’s a charming little village and is in a great location for exploring the area, with Avignon, Arles, Aix, Saint Remy and Les Baux de Provence all under hour’s drive away.