Le Mas de la Chérine

Le Mas de la Chérine

7 ha. Domain, altitude 550 m., oaks, Lebanese cedars, meadows, lavender, grape vines and olive trees.

Stay with us in the Verdon Natural Park, home to Giono the writer, on the Valensole plateau, crossroad to the three lakes of Sainte Croix, Esparron and Quinson, and close to the low gorges of the Verdon River and the Museum of Prehistory.

Relax at Le Mas, in the park or the garden, by the pool and enjoy an exceptional panoramic view.

Le Mas de la Chérine welcomes you with the strictest respect for health recommendations against COVID-19.

Les chambres d'hôtes du Mas de la Chérine

Guest rooms

Le Mas offers five independent rooms,…

Les gîtes du Mas de la Chérine


La Chérine offers three independent cottages…

Table d'hôtes du Mas de la Chérine

Table d'hôtes

Calou and Frank would be pleased to share their evening dinner with you…

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The domain

The Mas de la Chérine was once a large sheep-fold, dating back to late 17th century. It rests within a 7 ha. domain, where oak and Lebanese cedar-trees provide the shade. Our two horses, JAKIN and RUBY, and our Golden Retriever dog, BERU will greet you. 12mx6m. pool, its panoramic view on the Mont Ventoux, the Lure mountain and the Alps of high Provence, surrounded by fields, offer calm, relaxation and space. Outside car parking facilities for our guests.

L'entrée du Mas de la Chérine
La piscine du Mas de la Chérine


Enjoy a swimming pool at Mas de la Chérine 12mx6m, sun beds, picnic and garden tables. Nap by the shade of the oaks and Lebanese cedars, or in the ‘garrigue’. One trouble: birds sing. The traditional Provencal bowl game, “Pétanque” is available if you are courageous enough. Or a walk or bike ride starting from la Chérine.

You would also like to discover Calou’s personal handcraft (bags, scarfs, …)

More information is available from the Tourism Office: https://www.dlva.fr/index.php/tourisme. Considering sports: there is so much to do (canoe, kayak, rafting, climbing, horse riding, walks, biking…) that we cannot state all of them.