Perfectly located in the heart of the Chaîne des Côtes mountain range surrounded by pine, oak and olive trees and meadows, Le Jas de la Jacourelle is the friendly hamlet's old sheepfold that was renovated and turned into a gîte in 2011.
Sandrine Borel earned the "Accueil Paysan" label (rural hospitality) for Le Jas in 2012. Peace, nature and simplicity reign here.
Don't be surprised if you see Rove goats... they're the ones whose milk your passionate hosts have been making into organic Brousse du Rove cheese since 2010.
An olive orchard adds the finishing touch to the setting.
Holiday home features
Gîte for 2-4 people
80m2 on 2 floors
South-facing 28m2 terrace with hill views, table and chairs
Equipped kitchen, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave, fridge freezer, small electrical appliances, iron and ironing table
Lounge with sofa that can sleep 1 person (0.80x1.90m mattress), 2 armchairs, coffee table, small walnut furniture, TV, bookcase with books
Bedroom 1 twin bed or double bed
Bedroom 2 double bed
Bathroom with basin, mirror and shower
Accueil Paysan Label
3* holiday home rating
Registration number Déclaloc : 13084000007IE
Rates : 500 / 700 euros for a week
Depending on when you're staying, you'll be able to experience seasonal life on the farm: birthing goats, milking goats, making cheese, harvests, cutting and tending olive trees, olive harvests etc.
No matter the time of year, you'll be able to meet the Mediterranean's signature Rove goats that are bred on the farm.
The gîte lies on the Monks Trail so you can reach the village on crossed paths or head up to the Chaîne des Côtes ridges.