Chateau Bonnieux - BONN111YF

Prices from £17,486 - £23,354

Guests: 15   Bedrooms: 8

Beautiful Domaine situated just below the popular village of Bonnieux. Surrounded by beautiful vineyards that are owned by the Domaine itself, with an extra hectare of garden. The heated spacious pool offers gorgeous views over the vineyards. The chateau is the perfect balance of old, with some parts dating back to the 14th century, as well as the new with its renovations. Features air conditioning and 9 bathrooms.

About Chateau Bonnieux

Located right at the bottom of the village of Bonnieux, it has formal gardens of 1 hectare and is even surrounded by over 20 hectares of vineyards that are owned by the domaine itself. It has been beautifully converted from a manor house, the chapel of which date back to the 14th century.

The exteriors include; a welcoming courtyard, several terraces both open and shaded, a summer kitchen, several fountains and water features, a 20 x 8m heated pool, a tennis court, a steam room, a boules court and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside which feature the Luberon hills and Mont Ventoux.

The interiors reflect the grace of the old, with stone walls and floors, dark wood, beamed ceilings, magnificent fireplaces, some fine antique furniture, leaded windows and stone staircases and the best of modern amenities; the Sonos sound system both inside and out, the home cinema, the fully equipped kitchen complete with range, the underfloor cooling/heating and the robust Internet system.

The ground floor features a large living room of 80m2 with fireplace and billiard table, an attractive dining toom with a lovely elm table, a large very functional kitchen with outside dining terrace, a suite consisting of a living room, kitchen, a mezzanine TV area, two bedrooms both of which are en-suite, a guest WC and shower. Whilst on the lower ground floor there is an immense vaulted ceiling living area with bar with home cinema. Upstairs there is the Master suite on the first floor and five bedrooms on the second, comprising three doubles, a single and a dormitory.


Facilities and Features

  • Aircon
  • WiFi Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Easy Walk to Shops
  • Heated Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Private Pool


Ground floor

Bedroom 1. Double bedroom with 180cm bed and en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom 2. Double bedroom with 180cm bed and en-suite bathroom.

First floor

Bedroom 3. Master suite with 180cm bed, dressing room, small adjoining room with cot and en-suite bathroom with Balneo bath and walk-in shower and two WCs.

Second floor

Bedroom 4. Double bedroom with 180cm bed and en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom 5. Double bedroom with 180cm bed and en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom 6. Double bedroom with 180cm bed and en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom 7. Single bedroom and bathroom close by.

Bedroom 8. Dormitory with 4 single beds and en-suite bathroom.

Location and Map

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Le Luberon covers around 600sqkm and comprises of three mountain ranges, the highest peaks are around 1,250 metres high. Most of the area falls within the protection of the Parc Naturel regional du Luberon and is rich in both fauna and flora. The scenery is sometimes breathtaking and extremely diverse and includes; pine and oak forests, lush vineyard filled valleys, rolling hills, garrigue, lavender fields [of course], a desert [believe it or not] and boasts some of the most enchanting villages in France.

From the perched hilltop villages in the Golden Triangle, including; Gordes, Bonnieux, Goult, Oppede, Lacoste, Rousillion and Menerbes, to the vibrant town of L`Isle-sur-la- Sorgue, made famous for its Sunday brocante market and antique shops. Whilst other gems include, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the source of the river Sorgue and the beautiful Southern Luberon village, of Lourmarin, with its lovely Renaissance chateau.

The region is famous for the quality of its wine, food and very relaxing lifestyle, which is probably the reason why so many writers, in particular, have made it either their home, or wrote so eloquently about it. From Samuel Beckett to Albert Camus, from Marcel Pagnol, who wrote, Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources, to the more recent, Peter Mayle with his evocative best selling series, including A Year in Provence.

Weekly rates


rental period weekly rate
22 Jun 2024 05 Jul 2024 £17,486
06 Jul 2024 30 Aug 2024 £23,354
31 Aug 2024 14 Sep 2024 £17,486
Arrival after 4pm, Departure by 10am. Times may be flexible out of high season.

Fees and conditions

  • Security Deposit: £7,621
  • Please note: The prices shown are for 8 bedrooms. There is a 6-bedroom option available at discounted rates.
  • Cleaning of bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen 5 days/7, in the morning.
  • Breakfasts (buffet)
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Further Information

Other amenities include; gym, babyfoot, automatic gated entry, secure parking, laundry room, buffet breakfast…

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