Welcome to Les Arnauds
Les Arnauds bed and breakfast is an ideal place for a stay
One night, one week or more, come and feel the comfort and calm of our typical Provencal mas dating back to the 17th century.
For those who love adventures and knowledge, Les Arnauds is an ideal starting point for a great number of trips and visits of the area!
For those who wish to cut themselves off from the world to revive themselves, Les Arnauds is for you, within the idyllic, calm and majestic setting of the shaded garden to the swimming pool and the terrace bordered by aromatic herbs with soothing fragrances to the refreshing pond.
Come and want to stay.
The rooms at Les Arnauds
Our three rooms look out over the olive grove, the chicken’s area, and a terrace bordered by aromatic herbs with soothing fragrances.
1 or 2 persons
Large room with one bed: small Queen (160×190) with a private bathroom, toilette and a washbowl, looking over lavender bushes, the olive grove and the Aixois country side.
Large room with a Super King bed (200×210)
Private bathroom with bath and two washbowls. Separate toilette.
The room looks over lavender bushes, the olive grove and the Aixois country side.
Large room with a bed Queen size (180×190) with a private bathroom, toilette and a washbowl, looking over lavender bushes, the olive grove and the Aixois country side.
Something different? There is the court: tennis, handball, basketball, football or volley ball: all these games can be played throughout the year.
A salt water swimming pool with a magnificent view over the Aixois countryside.
Bask in the sun or swim, that is the question!
And in the evening, relax with a glass of rosé, or even try your hand at pétanque just beyond.
Within the heart of the Aixois countryside, Les Arnauds is an ideal starting point to discover all the wonders of Provence, most nearby.
Aix and the Sainte Victoire
Settled between the Durance to the north, and Etoile chain and the Monts Olympe and Aurélien to the south, the Aixoise countryside has hidden unforgettable sensations and magnificent discoveries to make just around the corner of each narrow and charming road.
The Luberon is a popular but badly known destination. Roam around this part of Provence, with a diversity of reliefs and landscapes, village perched on the side of a hill, vineyards, fruit and olive groves, landscapes of ochre earth, and also castles, chapels, abbeys…
Marseille and the Calanques
City of art and culture, Marseille has more than one wonder to share with you. It has existed for 26 centuries and mixes tradition with modernity.
Between Callelongue and Port Pin, along 20 km, discover splendid white cliffs leaning over the sea. the infinity of the Mediterranean and the madness of the rocks assaulting the sky with pointed peaks and colossal fortresses
Arles and the Alpilles
The country of Arles is made up of three different landscapes grouped around the Roman and Romane city, the riches of which do not cease to fascinate the world’s visitors: - The Camargue located between the two arms of the Rhone, one of the most beautiful natural sites of Europe - the Alpilles massif, country of vines of olive trees, which inspired Frédéric Mistral - the Crau, a semi desert stony flat land which has an extraordinary ornithologic reserve.
Avignon and the Vaucluse
Avignon, the most famous bridge in the world, the Popes palaces, witness of its past as capital of Christianity in the Middle Ages. The area around Avignon is a wonderful variety of natural beauty giving an original and seductive physiognomy. Visit the Pont du Gard, Nimes, Arles, the Camargue, the Luberon, the Mont Ventoux, Baux de Provence, St Remy, the Alpilles, all at the doorstep of the city.
Visit the national park with its wild bulls, its pink flamingos and its culture between land and sea and also the most famous procession of the black virgin in the month of August during “Assomption”.
Baux de Provence and its quarry
In the heart of the Alpilles, famous for its chateau and catapults, go roam along its small street of this magnificent town. When the heat is too much, visit and loose yourself in the quarry with its different projections of paintings.
Under the sun of Provence
Come and never want to leave.
Originally British, Sheila has spent most of her life at Les Arnauds. She will take you into her family home and will be able to help you with difficult cultural and restaurant outings.
An Australian shepherd, Leïca is supposed to be a good guard dog and who will greet you with a waging tail asking to be stroked. However, she does not like to share her house with her fellow kind.