Domaine de Provence

Uzès, Provence

Ref: SV202

Price guide: 9290€ to 14990€

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About the Property:

Stunning property with air-con, large heated pool, summer kitchen, pool-side lounge/dining area, 17km from Pont du Gard.

This elegant country house dates back from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The impressive estate and grounds with pine and oak trees give it a Tuscan look which is what the owners succeeded in achieving. Needless to say that staying in this wonderful Provencal gem is an experience in itself. Each room is spacious and oozes warmth, charm and authenticity, with air-conditioning in the bedrooms and kitchen. The grounds are very large and simply heavenly!

With seven spacious en suite bedrooms and an additional dormitory (also with en suite bathroom), beautiful living areas and wonderful grounds, Le Domaine de Provence will enchant you.

This is the perfect setting for a family gathering, a group of friends wanting to unwind together in one of Provence’s loveliest parts or other occasions that require a high standard of accommodation and service.

The famous Pont du Gard aqueduct is just 17km away and the Roman towns of Nimes, Arles and Avignon are all within easy reach as well as the Cevennes mountains, an undiscovered area worth exploring.

Property size: 800m²

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Prices (sterling prices on request)


Living area

Entrance hall. Small living room with arched ceiling, fireplace, TV, DVD, hi-fi and French windows opening onto the rose garden. Large living room with sofa, armchairs, fireplace and French windows leading to a terrace. Dining room with table, chairs and an imposing fireplace.


Fully equipped kitchen with La Cornue range cooker. Dining area. French windows leading to terrace.
First floor: Laundry room with two washing machines and a dryer.


Air-conditioning in all bedrooms.
Ground floor
Bedroom 1: Very large master bedroom suite with King size bed (180 x 200cm), living area with double sofa bed (140cm), en suite bathroom, private shower room and French windows leading to the garden. Wheelchair accessible.
First floor
Bedroom 2: King size bed (180 x 200cm) and foldaway bed for a child. En suite bathroom.
Bedroom 3: King size bed (180 x 200cm). En suite bathroom.
Bedroom 4: King size bed (180 x 200cm). En suite bathroom.
(Bedroom 3 and Bedroom 4 are separated by a lockable door).
Bedroom 5: King size bed (180 x 200cm). En suite bathroom.
Bedroom 6: King size bed (180 x 200cm). En suite bathroom.
Second floor
Bedroom 7: King size bed (180cm), can be separated to make twin beds. En suite bathroom. Door through to Bedroom 8.
Bedroom 8: Dormitory with 6 single beds. En suite bathroom.


Ground floor: Bathroom with bath and shower room with shower and wc both en suite to Bedroom 1. Two separate wc’s.
First floor: All bedrooms have an en suite bathroom with bath and wc. Bedroom 6 also has a shower.
Second floor: Both bedrooms have an en suite bathroom with bath and wc. Bedroom 8 also has a shower.


Extensive and beautifully landscaped, enclosed garden with oak trees, olive tree and lavender. Terrace with view over beautiful rosebushes and fountain. Covered terrace under the arches with outdoor furniture.
Pool house with well-equipped summer kitchen including barbecue, separate grill, dishwasher and gas hob. Swings. Boules pitch. Table tennis table. Parking for five cars plus car port for one vehicle.


Large heated swimming pool. Pool size: 18 x 5m. Depth: 1.1-2.6m. Security system: hard cover. Raised wall and gate access to the pool. Outside shower. Lilos and inflatable chairs. Unfenced fountain in the garden, near the terrace (50cm deep). Please take care with young children.

Changeover day

Sunday. In low season other arrival/departure days may be considered. Please ask for details.

Included in the rent

  • Bed linen and towels (including pool towels).
  • Weekly bed linen change.
  • Water, electricity and gas.
  • Three hours of cleaning mid-stay and end of stay cleaning.
  • End of stay cleaning.
  • Holiday tax.

Other charges

  • Refundable security deposit: 3000€ payable at the time of balance via a secure online link.

Optional prebookable extras, payable on arrival

  • Pool heating is included from April to October but please note that pool heating is subject to weather conditions, no temperature can be guaranteed. As the heating of the pool is included in the price, no refund can be made in the event of bad weather or temperatures below 10° at night.
  • Pool heating is available in April and October. This must be requested at least 7 days before arrival.
  • Additional cleaning, babysitting, chef, transfers to the airport or station, chauffeur, various excursions, vineyards visits, horse-riding, paragliding, hot air balloon rides, canoeing available at extra charge. Please ask for details.

Other information

  • Two cots an a high chair available. Please request at time of booking.
  • Please note: at the end of June for harvest and during the month of September, the ‘vendange’ or grape harvest takes place in the surrounding vineyards and occasionally activity can be heard from the pool side and garden.
  • The spacious living room and dining room can also host family or professional events.
  • A discreet guardian couple live within the grounds and are at hand if required. The driving entrance is shared with the clients.


Uzès, Provence

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Nearest beach


Nearest airport(s)

Nimes 40km, Avignon 55km, Marseille 136km.
Train station: Nimes 29km and Avignon TGV 45km.


Bakery, supermarket, organic greengrocer, restaurant and pizza takeaway in Montaren (800m). Wide range of shops in Uzes (3.5km).

Places to visit nearby


Uzes (4km) This charming town is known for having one of the best and biggest markets in the region. Held on Saturdays and Wednesdays (less crowded than on Saturday, with regional products and specialities while the Saturday market is more about groceries, clothing, jewellery, linens, plants etc). Our advice is to get to the market early as it gets pretty busy. The local Place aux Herbes is famous for hosting the market but is also definitely worth a visit on a non-market day with all its pretty outdoor cafés. A great place to watch the world go by! One thing to be said about Uzes is that unlike a lot of other Provencal towns that come to life in the summer, Uzes lives all year round mixing tourists and locals. A stroll along the narrow streets, old-style squares and beautiful medieval towers that dominate the old town is somewhat special and highly recommended. Also, worth visiting are the magnificent Duchy’s castle (Chateau du Duché d’Uzes) and the impressive St Etienne church.

Pont du Gard (17km) The Pont du Gard is a famous 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct, UNESCO World Heritage Site and icon of the south of France. It supplied water to Nimes for over five centuries, however by the 9th century it had started to fall into ruin. Much of the aqueduct is still intact today and it is a remarkable site. Nearly 300 metres long and almost 50 metres high, it comprises three levels of arches, progressively narrower at each level. Visitors can walk across the aqueduct to appreciate both the architectural achievement and the great views from the top. There is also a mile-long marked trail around the site so you can see the river and bridge from all angles. Down the road from Pont du Gard is Collias where you can enjoy walking, mountain biking, canoeing and kayaking along the Gorges du Gardon down to Pont du Gard.

Nimes 28(km) The city of Nimes which has France’s finest collection of Roman remains among which the most impressive Roman arena, Maison Carrée, Tour Magne, Temple de Diane and many more remains. To this day Nimes arena hosts spectacular events from musical concerts to bullfighting (killing-free may we add)! Nimes is a lovely city to discover with its tree-lined boulevards, numerous parks, cathedrals all worth a visit. Our favourite are the Quai de la Fontaine leading to the Jardin de la Fontaine where you can stroll along and enjoy a relaxing and very scenic walk.

Avignon (42km) Avignon, on the banks of the Rhone, is probably best-known these days for the children’s song – Sous le Pont d’Avignon. But for several decades in the 14th century it was the capital of Christendom, after Pope Clement V moved his court here to avoid the chaos in Rome. The legacy of that papal schism can be seen today in the city’s UNESCO-protected architecture, including the vast Palais des Papes. Nearby Châteauneuf-du-Pape, site of a now-ruined castle built by a later pope, still produces acclaimed red wines. The city’s intact ramparts and pedestrianised centre lend Avignon a small-town, medieval feel. Yet each July, the city goes totally 21st century, as thousands of visitors descend for a contemporary performing arts extravaganza, the Festival d’Avignon.

Orange (55km) Orange is yet again another Provence marvel with a superb Roman theatre where numerous musical events take place throughout the year. Interestingly it is the only Roman theatre in the whole of Europe to have conserved its stage wall. If you get the opportunity to attend an event you will never forget it! The city somehow has a feel of a Provencal village where you can walk around and enjoy the wonderful architecture and discover its charming treasures.
Other places of interest and within an hour’s drive include Anduze bamboo forest, perched villages of Lussan (19km), La Roque sur Ceze (30km), Cornillon (31km) and the amazing Sautadet wateralls (Cascades du Sautadet) (31km).

Golf: Uzes (5km) or Nimes (25km)
Tennis: Uzes (5km)
Horse-riding: 1.5km.
Water park: La Bouscarasse in Serviers (2km).
Hot air ballooning: Uzès (3.5km).

Property Reviews

The villa is truly magnificent… We did have an amazing holiday and glad that we managed to book it through you.

Brian D (23/4/22)

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