Mas La Jasse


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At a glance

  1. Sleeps 6
  2. 2 Double Bedrooms
  3. 1 Twin Bedroom
  4. 2 Bathrooms
  5. WiFi
  6. Restaurant 1.3km
  • Ground floor: Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher) with doors to terrace. Open plan living/dining room (TV, DVD, CD) with doors to covered terrace. Shower room (no WC). Cloakroom. 
  • First floor: Double bedroom. Double bedroom. Dressing room. Children's twin bedroom. Shower room. Cloakroom.
  • Outside: Summer kitchen (sink, hob, fridge, washing machine) with doors to covered dining terrace (WiFi). Terrace. Barbecue. Private parking. Stairs leading to pool house with comfortable seating. Steps leading to....
  • Private swimming pool (5m x 3.5m) with corner steps.

Le Gustave has long been a favourite of our Provençal programme so it was with great delight that we learned of the owner’s wish to turn her own welcoming home – Mas La Jasse – into a Vintage property. This original stone ‘grange’ or farmhouse has been restored to the same impeccable standards and enjoys an enviable location in the Luberon valley, just minutes away from the desirable hilltop village of Gordes.

With swimming pool and house bordering two sides of a neatly enclosed courtyard, the focal point of this property is surely the delightful foliage draped terrace under which your enjoyment of the local gastronomy will be enhanced by the dappled Provençal light. Beyond the courtyard’s borders spacious grounds extend in the direction of the Luberon valley, offering ample space to roam.

The owner’s passion and flair for design is evident throughout the living areas, where contemporary style and original features sit alongside each other in perfect harmony, accented by original belle époque posters creating a quintessentially Provençal ambience. The simply yet stylishly designed kitchen in hues of slate blue and creams, and the warmly welcoming living and dining area will provide a small family or sharing couples with the perfect space in which to relax.

From each of the tastefully decorated bedrooms on the first floor, views stretch across to the swimming pool, and beyond to the hills and valleys of the Luberon. The nearby village of Les Imberts (1.1km) offers a restaurant and further amenities can be found at Coustellet, 3km further on.

Of course no holiday in this region would be complete without some exploration of the enchanting local area and directly on your doorstep lie the much loved town of Gordes (4km), with its Renaissance château crowning this chic town of labyrinthine streets, shops and restaurants; the vibrantly ochre coloured village of Roussillon (15km); and ample opportunities for walking and hiking along the footpaths of the Vaucluse hills.

  • The maximum occupancy is 4 adults plus up to 2 children.
  • The owners live next door with a separate entrance. Whilst they are available if required, guests’ privacy is respected at all times and no facilities are shared.
  • Please ensure arrival time is not before 16.00 to allow time to prepare the house for your arrival.
  • WiFi is only available on covered dining terrace (by summer kitchen) due to the property's thick walls.
  • Please note that in addition to the property rental there is a local tourist tax to pay. We collect this tax prior to your departure and remit it on your behalf. €2.53 (£2.20) per night for adults only aged 18 or over.

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Great Things to Do Near Mas La Jasse

Head to Banon, a small village famous for its goats cheese

wrapped in dried chestnut leaves and tied with a raffia ribbon. More than 600,000 banon cheeses are made each year! Make sure you try at least one during your stay.

A must-do on any list is a trip to Avignon (1hr drive),

the capital of the Vaucluse. Head for the car park called 'Parking Palais des Papes'. This underground car park is underneath the Palais des Papes square and so when you surface, you greeted with an awe inspiring view of the Palais itself.

Lourmarin (30km), in the Grand Luberon,

is a very pretty village, dominated by its chateau. Visit the chateau or explore the narrow streets lined with art galleries, cafes, and craft shops. Try the local sweet snack called gibassier which is a sweet cookie made with olive oil, shaped like an oval leaf and about a foot long.

Visit the Luberon from the sky

Near Joucas, you will find Provence Montgolfière who organises balloon flights in one of the most beautiful parts of Provence

Visit Apt on a Saturday for the weekly market

or between April and October on a Tuesday morning too. Once you are stocked up on fresh fruit, bread, olives, have lunch in one of the many cafés.

Play a round of Golf

Close to the picturesque village of Saumane, you will find a lovely 9 & 18 hole golf course

Visit Roussillon (15km) -

home to rock formations, and the most vivid red hued soil you will have ever seen. The colours span the spectrum of reds, oranges and yellows and are truly amazing. The village itself is a delight to wander around with its arty shops and lovely cafes.

Wine tasting

The local vignerons attend the markets at Coustellet and L'Isle Sur La Sorgue, and you are able to have a wine tasting there. We found some lovely local wines at the market and then followed this up by visting one of the many local vineyards where you are able to purchase some fabulous wine at really competitive prices. Most of these wines are not imported into the UK, so it's great to see what else is out there.

So many books have been written about Provence

Take some with you and let the towns and villages come to life. 'A Year in Provence' by Peter Mayle, Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources by Marcel Pagnol are a few that spring to mind. You are not far from the restored villages of Ménerbes, Oppede le Vieux where much of 'A Year in Provence' was based.

The Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque

offers a tranquil and spiritual experience. Follow one of the guided tours around the monastery, which has been there since 1148. Go in June/July to see the full effect of the lavender fields in front of the Abbaye.

Cross over from the Vaucluse into the Alpes de Haute Provence

by visiting Forcalquier (45 min drive) - a lovely town with a large main square bordered with plane trees and cafes, overlooked by its citadel. It's worth climbing to the top to experience the view across the town and the fields.

Take the children to Pernes Les Fontaines (20 km)

to count the fountains. There are 40 in total dotted around the village. To help you, the town's tourist office has printed a map on which they are all marked.

Choose a clear day and drive to the top of Mont Ventoux

(you can cycle but it is so much easier driving!). Take a jumper, as even in the summer it is cold at the top. There are lots of picnic spots on the way up with large information panels about the amazing and varied flora and fauna that you can find on the mountain.

For a slight change in scenery, go to St Rémy de Provence

(just under 1hr's drive), at the bottom of the Alpilles hills. A chic and pretty town, for a time, it was once home to Van Gogh. Follow the self-guided walking trail around the town - 21 signposts are dotted around the town, each with a reproduction of one of his paintings and an explanation in French and English.

Visit Les Baux de Provence

great for both children and adults. Take the audio tour and discover the history behind this amazing ruin on top of a huge rock!

Follow the small back roads out of Gordes

towards Murs, then down through the Col du Murs and the Foret de Venasque, into the village of Venasque itself. Go in May and you will see hundreds of cherry trees in bloom.

Rise early and head for Gordes or Roussillon

and have breakfast sitting outside one of the cafes. The views across the valleys in the early morning light with the mist are stunning! And, of course, a coffee and pain au chocolat are a great way to start the day.

Sip a glass of rosé wine

sitting on the terrace on a summer's evening. Watch the sun set, and the stars come out and listen to the sound of the cigales.

Avoid the crowds and visit Gordes in the evening

This beautiful village, perched on the hillside, has some lovely buildings and the most fantastic views. Have dinner there or a stroll around the streets when it is quiet.

Visit the Village de Bories, just outside Gordes.

The Village de Bories consists of the typical stone shepherd huts shaped like cones. Wander around and see how life was like many years ago.



Gordes 12 mins
L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue 20 mins
Roussillon 20 mins
Apt 30 mins
Orange 40 mins
Avignon 40 mins
Aix-en-Provence 60 mins


Plage du Prado (Marseille) 85 mins


Avignon 30 mins
Marseille 75 mins
Nimes 90 mins
Montpellier 110 mins
Toulon 135 mins
Nice 165 mins
Lyon 175 mins

Train Stations

Avignon TGV (Eurostar) 50 mins
Times are approximate

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