La Pastorale is a charming villa, full of character and set within large grounds with private fenced pool (heated on request and at a supplement) and heated hot tub. Surrounded by forest of oaks and chestnut trees, it is located 20 km north west of St Tropez, 15 km fro …see more
My comfortable house is in a small peaceful domain in the Saracen town of La Garde Freinet, 20 mins from St. Tropez and beaches to the South. To the North is the Gorges du Verdon, Lavender fields and historic towns. This charming village has many restaurants, bars and s …see more
Bello Visto is a spacious comfortable villa, ideal for families or groups of friends. Inside there is a large well equipped kitchen with plenty of space to prepare family meals or dinner parties for friends. The living area is open plan with a dining table and plenty of …see more
La Chouannerie is an ancient Village House with Exceptional South facing Terrace, Secluded Location but only a Stroll from the Village Square, Sleeps 6 comfortably (3 Double Bedrooms). It is a 150m2 village house rated 3* meublé de tourisme, by the Ste Maxime Tourist O …see more
I travelled with my husband and his mother, sister and brother. The house was easily big enough for all of us. Best things, comfy beds, soft linen, big dining table, lovely terrace with great views, … More
This tranquil property, a 20-minute short drive from the buzzing St. Tropez, is set on 7 hectares of forest land with sunset views, on the hills of La Garde Freinet, a small village sought after by connoisseurs of the area. Ideal for those seeking privacy and quietness …see more
The Nut House as it has become known is a 300-year-old stone village house probably built to house workers at the cork factories when production exploded in the 18th century. The house is our home - not a bare holiday let - and most things needed for your stay are incl …see more
“Beautifully French little house in a beautifully French little village!”
Reviewed 3 Sep 2015
My partner, two young children (7 & 4) and I stayed at The Nut House for 11 nights recently and really enjoyed it.
We received accurate information to help us prepare before we went, with directions… More
It was a pleasure to have you and your family stay in our little house and we are glad you enjoyed it, the village and area.
We too love sitting in the village with a glass of wine listening to the live music which although is mainly May to September is often also arranged outside of peak season.
The village organise events throughout the year including one of the busiest the Chestnut Festival towards the end of October.
We would love to welcome you back in the future and always offer a good discount to returning customers.
James, Moira and Imogen
“The Avante-Garde of fun times.”
Reviewed 7 Aug 2015
Already familiar with this part of France, staying at the 'Nut-House' was nevertheless a completely new experience in that we had not used this type of accommodation in the region before. Our first im… More
We are glad you enjoyed The Nut House, La Garde Freinet and surrounding area.
We would love to welcome you back again anytime, you will find there is always something new to see and do.
“Wonderful town, excellent accommodations.”
Reviewed 28 May 2015
This very cozy gite is located in the heart of the village...a perfect place to experience a side of France that one seldom sees as a tourist. The gite was very comfortable, which combined with its lo… More
Thank you for the nice words, we try to make our little house a home from home for our guests.
The village is certainly a piece of real France in the middle of all the glitz and glamour of the Côte d'Azur.
We welcome you back anytime.
Set on edge of medieval hillside village with butchers, bakeries, supermarkets, bottle shop, restaurants and a twice-weekly market. The village is lively all year round!
There's a host of activities including walking trails, mountain biking or horse riding and a Proven …see more
Really lovely, well-equipped apartment. Beautifully clean with everything we could need. Particularly love the large balcony - spent a lot of time there drinking the local rosé and enjoying the magni… More
Thank you very much for your lovely comments. I'm glad you enjoy our little "piece of paradise" as much as we do. I wish to retire there one day as it really is a fantastic area. Take care John
“An autumn treat”
Reviewed 7 May 2015
I spent two weeks in late November, 2014, in this well-equipped and tastefully decorated apartment. The living room, main bedroom and balcony command expansive views over the terracotta roofs of the … More
I am glad you enjoy your stay at La garde-Freinet. You are welcome anytime as you've been an excellent guest.
All the best,
This lovely decorated villa has a tranquil location without being isolated. It has a beautiful south facing garden, large terraces. The pool is heated and has a rolling shutter to close it. It has a fish pond and 2 hens which will give you fresh eggs.The master bedroom …see more
This impressive stone built traditional Provencal house in three hectares of ground with chestnut trees and vines. The house is approximately three kilometres from the medieval village of La Garde Freinet. The village is a 30 minute walk from the property along quiet sh …see more