If you have reason to travel to the south of France, you should do yourself the favor of staying in this incredible house. It is indeed replete with charm! Vauvert is a picturesque town of some 30,000, with a lively market & an abundance of Provencal charm. It's situated brilliantly for exploring the region, from Nimes to Avignon to Aix-en-Provence to the beaches near Aigues-Mortes & the lavender fields of the Luberon. We spent nine blissful days exploring all of these areas, falling in love with the countryside, the people, the light, the history, etc. And Lauriane's house is gorgeous! It's three stories that have been beautifully restored & modernized, so there's a wonderful, roomy kitchen (with stove/fridge/coffee maker/etc.), excellent bathroom facilities with a washer & dryer, a cool hangout room with TV, comfy beds, & lovely, artistic touches in the decor. Everything is impeccably clean & beautifully maintained. The views from the rooms are amazing--you can see the roofs & clock tower just down the street, or out across a square towards the horizon. The windows bring in nice breezes to help cool you, & there are fans to help stir the air (air conditioners are very unusual in the area). We were there for some very hot days, but we slept fine with the fans & the windows open. The lovely neighbor Irene greets you & offers superb assistance, & the neighbors are all extremely nice. We can navigate in French, but even if you can't, these lovely people will make you feel at home. I loved the fact that the house has so much character, reflecting the architecture & stonework of the region, but yet still has all the modern conveniences to make life easy. Lauriane is a gem, & she was a dream host--she was so friendly & provided so much excellent advice, with lists of suggested sights & restaurants, that we felt amply prepared for our visit--& everything she recommended proved very worthy indeed. Just wish we could have done everything! We enjoyed the trip of a lifetime, & Lauriane & her house were a big part of what made it so memorable & easy. The only consideration is mobility--if you can't climb stairs, you shouldn't stay here. But if you can, you should DEFINITELY stay here--it will reward you while you're in the area & long, long after, as you treasure your memories.