Le Mas De Lily Rose is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Valaurie, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Le Mas De Lily Rose provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Le Mas De Lily Rose guests have access to beach chairs and a sun terrace. You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Le Mas De Lily Rose.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Valaurie's popular French restaurants such as Le Moulin de Valaurie and Le Bistrot de Valaurie, all a short distance from Le Mas De Lily Rose.
Enjoy your stay in Valaurie!
This Mas gives you the complete Southern-France experience. Great hosts and very nice rooms. We stayed in the room Lilly-Rose. Waauw just awesome. The price is reasonable and the breakfast is just what you need to be on the road again. In the evening make sure to have a nightcap under the trees in the lovely courtyard.
We arrived late in the afternoon, without a reservation, to a very warm welcome, our rooms were excellent, very clean and comfortable with a beautifully made bed. We had drinks on the terrace before dinner, the meals were delicious as were the wines. We were very impressed with our breakfast, there was a great selection to choose from. A very memorable stay, we could have stayed longer in this beautiful part of France and thoroughly enjoyed meeting our hosts - thank you!
We spent three days there and enjoyed our stay very much. The rooms are nice, the pool is great and we enjoyed the meals at the restaurant too. It gets a bit noisy when lorries pass by on the adjacent road. The owners, who run the place, are very friendly and helpful and had great advice for day-trips and restaurants in a nearby village.
The open fields of Provence.... Open country roads ..... Bonjour! my wife and I thought as we pulled into the perfectly quaint and Rustic Hotel "le mas de Lily Rose" a lovely stone cottage surrounded by the lavender strewn fields made famous by l'Occitane products (my wife's favourite thing) ..... All was well as we were greeted by the owner of the Hotel after wandering in, up the stairs and out into the court yard again towing our luggage and Dog up the well worn stairs (I'm so glad I have a Jack Russell not a St. Bernard) ..... "Have you seen my dog"? He asked, actually no we haven't seen anyone, I thought as I reattached my right arm after lugging my suitcase and Dog around ..... That said the male owner was a very friendly chap and credit to him as he seemed busy but unflustered. Once we entered the dining room/reception to organise our stay, a lady, I guess his wife (didn't catch her name) also greeted us but I assume as my name is French she thought we were indeed French until she heard us speak .... I'm from London and so is my Wife... Kaboom her demeanour changed and the warm summer of Provence had suddenly become very icy.... That might be why I slipped on the sloping worn out wooden stairs. They began speaking in French and she shrugged and left the owner to give us our key..... We were given a discription of where our room was, we were not shown personally to the door, ok fine most Hotels do this, I'm guessing other guests would be shown personally to their rooms.... We struggled again up the iffy stair case (at this point I must warn anyone old, young kids, or just with a gimpy leg that the stairs are old worn and dangerous, if you have heavy luggage take care)..... As described we located our second floor room and entered, it was ok and pretty much what we expected, but wait dear reader... Even though I checked the key in the lock of the room because the room was wide open when we got there... Rightfully assuming that this was our room because if you have the key then yes it must be correct.... Madame Marie (let's just call her that, I don't know her name) minutes later could be heard outside our room talking and fumbling with a lock..... In she breezed with two French guests all smiles, that was until she saw the "English Pigs" (that's us by the way), looking shell shocked, thankfully we were only unpacking and not strutting o natural as she burst in on us..... We were briefly interrogated on why we were in this room complete with nice carpet and plenty of space "We were given this room" my wife said "no your dog is not good for this carpet" said Madame Marie.... "Shall we move" my Wife said .... "No" she grumpily stated.... And shut the door ..... Ok so it's good to go to a Hotel and feel uncomfortable, and possible be caught literally with your trousers down.... I think not...... So now consider the facilities which were average..... I switch on the air con to find myself finding it very hard to breath.... Off goes the Air con.... Swing open a window instead. The Toilet was stained and questionable, surely to most if not everyone that is a loss of points. Whenever I caught the glare of Madame Marie after the "peek a boo I see you" moment in our room she gave me ice, not good ice but a cold chilly stare.... I was almost scared to take the dog out for his "Jimmy Riddle" thinking it easier to aim him out of the window, letting nature take its course. In summary, we both enjoyed the setting and the resident dog was friendly, including the owner himself, what let this stay down was our room cock up, the ice queen and the domestos free toilet bowl.... If you are European then you will be shown to your room with a smile and possibly be able to turf out a poor English traveller banishing them to the attic room.... (Yes we stood our ground)..... We won't be back.... Especially once Madame Marie reads this honest review!…
An out-of-season stopover probably didn't show the location off at its best, but the old farm building rennovation was terrific and my top floor room was modern and warm. Easy parking, strong wifi and a reasonable breakfast. Owners were super-helpful with my late arrival too. Can't vouch for the restauarant because it was closed. And what I wouldn't have given for tea-making facilities...