Nestled between the Ventoux's twin sister -- Mount Lure -- and the wild Vaucluse hills, is a high plateau awash in fragrant breezes and warm sunlight. Here in the Luberon Regional Nature Park amidst fields of purple-hued lavender, Thérèse et Daniel Le Cornec await you in their 150 year-old weathered provencal farmhouse.
Their two charming and tastefully renovated holiday rentals -- "Willow" (Saule) and "Buckeye" (Marronier) -- have received one of Gites de France's highest quality labels -- the coveted three épis. Both gites have their own private access, sunny terraces and full commodities and will serve as your base for discovering this wonderful region.
The gites are located near the owners' home on open grounds amid fields and oak forests that abound in colorful flowers, wildlife and walking trails. Nearby, towering over a countryside settled since before Roman times, sits the medieval village of Vachères, full of sun-spashed narrow cobbled passagways and exquisite terraced homes. Truly, les Basses Combes' exceptional surroundings will lend an air of magic to your next holidays.
The Basses Combes have also received the "Panda Label" from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). This label is given to lodgings situatedin exceptional natural surroundings within one of France's Regional Nature Parks.
As part of their agreement with WWF-France and the Lubéron Regional Nature Park, Thérèse et Daniel LE CORNEC have pledged to preserve the ecosystems that surround their property and to make available to their guests extensive documentation relative to the local environment (covering regional geology, wildlife, flora, etc...).