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  • Croissants from the bakery a few steps from the house - what better way to start the day? width:400;;height:267
  • The ground floor is a comfortably furnished, spacious and light open area. It has a flat screen television receiving English language channels, CD and DVD players width:400;;height:267
  • Seating six people comfortably and with an open fire for winter guests, the dining room is a place to enjoy relaxed meals width:400;;height:267
  • Equipped with electric oven, cooktop and a range of appliances and with plenty of room on the granite bench top to experiment, the kitchen is the heart of La Louche width:380;;height:258
  • The brand new kitchen is fully equipped with a range of quality utensils and equipment to make great Provencal meals width:267;;height:400
  • Preparing for breakfast width:385;;height:512
  • Ground floor and terrace plan (not to scale) width:267;;height:324
  • The ladle (louche) after which the house is named and Sabatier knives width:267;;height:400
  • A small library of some of the best cooking and travel books featuring Provence. There are also novels and CDs width:400;;height:267
  • La Louche is stocked with plenty of crockery and cutlery - enough to serve a feast for six width:267;;height:400
  • Sit on a comfortable leather couch and relax after a day at the markets or sightseeing width:267;;height:400
  • The expansive terrace is an outdoor living room. A magnificent wisteria provides natural shade for breakfast, lunch and late afternoon drinks width:267;;height:400
  • Another view of the spacious terrace width:400;;height:267
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