A stay at Maison Sebastien
Absolutely the dreamiest part of our trip to France was our stay in this incredible
chateau in Provence. I will never get over this perfect house in the countryside and
wish we could have stayed for weeks! It was perfection from the French kitchen,
to the blue shutters, medieval floor plan, sunny terrace with gorgeous views,
swimming pool, and country lanes for miles surrounding us. We all agreed it
was our favorite part of the trip! I found this gem on OliversTravels.com and
we just had a short, off-season stay but it would be so incredible to return to
with family or friends and really settle in for a bit. It used to be a 14th century
lookout tower so it’s up on a hilltop of its own, and has been perfectly updated
so that it’s luxurious but still fits the original feel. It’s called Maison Sebastien
and if I ever owned a home abroad, my dream would be pretty much exactly this.
Beckoning us in from the moment we arrived ^^
The tree-lined streets leading into the town that it sits above ^^
The view from our bedroom window ^^ Pinch me!
Although all of the furniture looks antique, the beds were our most comfortable
of the trip with heavenly sheets and bedding. They owner has done it so right here.
That terrace! ^^ Made to enjoy homemade French meals with loved ones ^^
Ma maman ♥
These windows and beds fit in all over..it can sleep like 15 people!
Baby delivery! ^^
We soaked in the sun + perfect temperature while my dad hung his laundry like a true Frenchman :)
Our cute welcome gifts ^^ You can even hire a French chef to come
cook for you here if you stay longer which …can you even imagine???
We brought in a few groceries to have dinner in this night which was so perfect.
Although there’s a cute village nearby (Saint-Michel-l’Observatoire), it’s really
hard to leave the house once you arrive. It’s just so cozy and amazing! So we
loved staying in and making soup & pasta and enjoying it with bread & cheese.
Cheese and sausage from the local farms just down the road! ^^ AMAZING.
And a fully stocked bread bin for breakfast ^^
It was so sad to leave…our car was packed to the brim with
4 adults and a bebe in a European car! ha ^^
Luckily the rest of Provence was so gorgeous as we continued on…
Au revoir, Maison Sebastien. I’ll be dreaming of you!