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Went here on a travelzoo voucher for two nights, weren't expecting too much but the accommodation was nice, clean and spacious with a nice comfy bed and a good hot shower. It was a shame that the bad weather from the previous week had ruined...More
My friends and I got this on a great deal and were pleasantly surprised when we drove up and saw the building. Looked very charming from the outside and our rooms were brilliant. Lounge room, small kitchenette, nice bathroom and good sized bedroom with queen-size...More
Do yourself a favour and stay away from this place. It is best viewed from a distance where it looks like some rustic hideaway. Reality is sparse furniture, dim lighting, nowhere to sit at a table. Bare walls provide no atmosphere and the only saviour...More
This is a magical little piece of France tucked away in the heart of the Hunter Valley.
Great location.... yet so tranquil.
One bedroom suite are a great size with great views.
Breakfast basket, bottle of wine and choccies are a special touch!
We pre-booked this holiday some months back on a special deal...glad that we didn't pay full price. I think if the weather is favourable, then Villa Provence is perfectly adequate, as you're out most of the time, but we had atrocious weather and the room...More
US$100 - US$280 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Glad you enjoyed your stay! The soaps are Appelles - an Australian company. The one you liked was their rosemary leaf body bar. All of their products are fabulous and can be purchased on their website. Jo, manager
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In the Hunter you really need a car to get around, you can't just walk out of Villa Provence and expect there to be heaps of shops and restaurants right outside the door. If you do have your own car, Villa Provence is less... More
In the Hunter you really need a car to get around, you can't just walk out of Villa Provence and expect there to be heaps of shops and restaurants right outside the door. If you do have your own car, Villa Provence is less than 5 mins away from the Roche Estate/Tempus Two complex and Hunter Valley Gardens. Just depends on what wineries you want to visit really, whether you want to big commercial giants or the small family boutiques.
My stay a few weeks ago over the long weekend was fantastic, no noises at all despite being full house with some young kids around. Only thing that woke me was the adorable friendly sheep in the paddock next door in the morning!
No public transport passes the door. It's about a 1,5km to the main tar road via dirt road. If you are in daylight there would be buses on main road but at night nothing. Only option would be a cab which would come at a... More
No public transport passes the door. It's about a 1,5km to the main tar road via dirt road. If you are in daylight there would be buses on main road but at night nothing. Only option would be a cab which would come at a price,
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"I love Chardonnay - downstairs by the pool in summer or one of the upstairs rooms in the colder months"