Your own pied-à-terre down the winding streets of St-Rémy-de-Provence; perfect for foodies, art lovers and history buffs. Owner Karen also organises gourmet tours and culinary experiences so it’s easy for you to discover local life. And she’s breathed new life into the old bones of this second-floor apartment in the 14th-century presbytery adjacent to the church. Antique finds from local markets, wrought iron chandeliers, comfy sofas and chairs in greys and beiges marry with exposed stonewalls, oak floors and ancient outlines of monks’ drawings that were uncovered during renovations. The three bedrooms are delicately styled with pretty curtains, covers and cushions. Antique chairs, dressers and soft lighting complete the look. Each has a travertine tiled walk-in en-suite shower room. As you’d expect the kitchen is a triumph for wannabe chefs. Just outside your door, up a very narrow staircase, is access to a charming roof terrace with enviable views, a delicious spot for sundowners. You’re spoilt for things to do: Wednesday market in St-Rémy, Van Gogh walk, Carrières de Lumières in limestone caves and much more.