We have 2 accommodation options available that we use for our painting holidays in the South of France. Accommodation offered depends on availability and the final size of the group and your budget.

Option 1

La Couronne

La Couronne is an old village house that we use for our larger groups. It has been fully renovated and stylishly decorated. This 5 bedroom house has 2 lounges and 3 areas to eat making it the perfect place for larger groups. There is also a private swimming pool with sun loungers where guests can spend their spare time relaxing.

Pouzolles where La Couronne is located is a typical French village centred around the wine growing industry. It has several local wineries as well as a bar/restaurant, boulangerie, little supermarket, newsagent and post office.

Maison Dix

Maison Dix in the village of Neffies is a beautifully renovated Chamber D’hote (bed & breakfast) that we use for our smaller groups, with a selection of double and single rooms and a spacious lounge/dining area where you can relax after your day painting.  A continental breakfast is served around the swimming pool which is also open to the guests when they want to spend a bit of time catching the sun.

Neffies nestles at the foot of the Roquette and is a typical wine makers village with a boulangerie and small local supermarket as well as a bar/restaurant as well as a more formal restaurant.

Option 2

Chateau Serjac

For an additional supplement we can offer you accommodation at Chateau St Pierre de Serjac a stunningly renovated old wine chateau in the middle of the French countryside. Depending on the size of your party there is a range of accommodation available from double bedrooms in the main chateau to 2 and 3 bedroom private houses.

The chateau sits within a large wine estate with far reaching views over the vineyards. Chateau facilities include a large infinity pool and a spa centre with a warm indoor pool, steam rooms and sauna as well as treatments.

* Please note: Accommodation options may vary depending on the size of the group but will be of an equivalent standard.