La Ruine 8.6
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La Ruine

Our Holiday La Ruine "lies at the foot of the castle ruins of Beaumes de Venise. From the balconies and terraces around the house has a magnificent view over the rooftops of the old village and its picturesque surroundings, to the summit of Mont Ventoux.
La Ruine 'has been carefully decorated. The living kitchen is extendable to the spot for at least 4 people. The kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner stove, microwave, large fridge with separate freezer, coffee maker, Senseoappaaraat, a wide range of kitchen appliances and plenty of cutlery, plates, glasses etc. The washing machine is in a separate, from the kitchen accessible space.
From the kitchen to reach the lower living room, furnished with a modern 4zits sofa, flat screen with satellite channels, DVD and video player and a stereo. The extensive DVD and video collection offers films for every taste. For the lover of games there is enough material available. From the living room is across a double garden door access to the balcony with a beautiful view over the village and the countryside of the Vaucluse.
Upstairs are 2 bedrooms and suites, each with a double and a kledingkast.De bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink.
On the terrace beside the house can be the morning sun and afternoon shade genieten.Een large wooden table and comfortable chairs invite you to the outdoors for breakfast, lunch or evening, after dinner, endless chat.
Opposite the house is a second terrace surrounded by stone walls under the fig tree is gorgeous.
Besides these two terraces are numerous places around the house for a chair to put down and enjoy the fantastic views.

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The host, José & Hans

José & Hans  Jütten
José & Hans Jütten

Micazu member since April 2011

German, English, French, Dutch

La Ruine in Beaumes de Venise and Inside Barn in Vlodrop: two places that are both a home for both of us. We would like to share this feeling of home with our guests. We are José and Hans, late fifty and early sixty, parents of two grown children and proud grandma and grandfather of three beautiful grandchildren. We love our Limburg village Vlodrop and Beaumes de Venise because it is always a holiday and mostly the sun shines.

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The price is based on a stay for 2 people. For each additional person is 10 euros per night calculated.
Internet and phone calls within France and abroad are free (no mobile numbers).

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Prices are per stay
Period Week Midweek Weekend Night Discount Minimum stay
31-12-2016 - 31-12-2017 € 395.00 - - € 60.00 - 3 nights

Services & additional costs

Type Price
Extra person € 10.00 Per person per night Pay at booking | required
Final cleaning € 50.00 Per stay Pay at booking | required

Additional information

 Beaumes de Venise takes its name from the numerous caves (Balmes) in the rocky hills around the village. Beaumes lies at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail who protect the village against the mistral. The Dentelles are unusually shaped peaks, in the form of 'teeth'
 Beaumes is the starting point for many hikes through the old village, the surrounding Mediterranean landscape full of delicious smells, the sun-drenched olive groves and the world famous vineyards.
The village has a long history and was already inhabited before the arrival of the Romans to the region. The famous dessert wine Muscat de Beaumes de Venise was already in the 14th century in the papal palace in Avignon served.
On the Cours Jean Jaurès, the landmark of the village, the church from the 16th century bell tower.

 Around the Cours, the village square is a large number of shops, cafes, restaurants, etc. In the village center there are also a supermarket, a newsagent, a pharmacy, tabac, post office and a branch of Credit Agricole.

On the Cours Jean Jaurès, the landmark of the village, the church from the 16th century bell tower.

Fountain Cours Jean Jaurès - Beaumes the VeniseRondom the the Cours, the village square is a large number of shops, cafes, restaurants, etc. In the village center there are also a supermarket, a newsagent, a pharmacy, tabac, post office and a subsidiary of Credit Agricole.
The main tourist office next to the town advising visitors happy and well.
Every Tuesday morning there is a market on the Cours Jean Jaurès with a variety of merchants vegetables, meat, fish, cheese and typical Provencal products.
Beaumes-de-Venise, one can, especially in the summer, from morning to evening to witness the bustling Provencal village life.
Beaumes-de-Venise is located in the Cote du Rhone region. In the numerous private wine cellars and the cooperative in allowing you sample the excellent wines produced here.

 The region

Beaumes-de-Venise is located in the beautiful department of Vaucluse, with numerous beautiful villages and towns and many possibilities for active holidays.

The Dentelles de Montmirail are a jagged rock formation that stretches from Beaumes-de-Venise to Vaison-la-Romaine. The Dentelles, with a maximum height of 400meter, are a paradise for climbers and hikers. Some trails start at our front door as it were.

On the lower slopes of the Dentelles are world famous Cote du Rhone wine villages of Gigondas, Seguret, Vacqueyras and, of course, Beaumes-de-Venise itself especially known for the Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise.

The Mont Ventoux, known for legendary stages in the Tour de France, but also the wines of AOC Ventoux. Where are looking for: a visit to the summit of Ventoux is a must. Since the Mont Ventoux, the only hill for miles around with a top that is approaching the 2000 meters, the view - in clear weather, of course - fantastic.

Vaison la Romaine is a very attractive tourist town about 16km from Beaumes-de-Venise. Vaison houses many relics from Roman times, an upper section with medieval castle ruins and a busy modern city.

 Driving along the scenic winding road Beaumes-de-Venise to Vaison-la-Romaine via Suzette and Malaucène one has a breathtaking view of the Dentelles. In Vaison held every Tuesday is a big market place.
Beaumes located at 30km from Avignon, a vibrant city with 100,000 inhabitants. The old town is completely surrounded by medieval walls. During the annual festival in July in Avignon turns a colorful stage for duzende for artists and hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world. Famous is the palace of the Popes, Avignon but has much more to offer, including extensive car-free shopping and natuurlijkde Pont Saint Benezet (Le Pont d'Avignon).

From Villeneuveles-Avignon, just across the Rhone, one has a beautiful view over the city of the popes. The Chartreuse, Fort Saint Andre and the Tour Philippe le Bel, here are worth visiting.

Beaumes-de-Venise is an ideal base for day trips along highlights from the Roman period, eg The Pont du Gard, a 2000 year old aqueduct of Nimes with its arena and the Maison Carree.

The colorful landscape of the Luberon from Beaumes is within reach.

Fontaine de Vaucluse with the natural wonder of the source of the Sorgue and on to Gordes, a beautiful village in the midst of the Provencal landscape.

Then to Roussillon, a popular village, entirely in the color of ocher that ever was extracted from the ground.

In the same region, but a second day trip more than worthwhile, are the Abbaye de Senanque and the villages of the Petit Luberon as Ménerbes and Bonnieux, by Peter Mayle's books have become very popular.

The next day trip you can enter to Saint Remy de Provence and the Roman ruins of Glanum and continuing to les Baux de Provence: beautiful scenery and impressive, perched ruins.

Arles must see because of the arena, the Roman Museum and, of course, because of its ties with Vincent van Gogh. And if you're there, go take a look at the ruins of Abbaye de Montmajour.

If you are lucky enough during the flowering of lavender in Provence, is a trip to Sault is a must because of the wonderful views over the lavender fields. Please forward or backward the winding but spectacular through the Gorges de laNesque.

North of Beaumes de Venise are the impressive castle of Grignan and Suze-la-Rousse and Nyons the city, surrounded by olive groves and the picturesque old part.

The Vaucluse has a large amount of beautiful villages. Discover your own favorite village is one of the charms of a holiday in Provence!

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Features & layout

The living room is furnished with a couch and 3zits shelves with books, DVDs, videos and games. From the living room provides a double patio door access to the balcony with sweeping views over the village and surrounding area.

  • 10 m2
  • Tiled
  • Couch 3 seats (1)

This bedroom has a 2-person bed. Quilt and wardrobe are provided.

  • 10 m2
  • Laminate
  • Bed: Double bed 190 x 160 cm
  • Duvets (1)
  • Wardrobe(s) (1)

This bedroom is slightly larger. There is also a 2-bed with a duvet and present wardrobe.

  • 12 m2
  • Laminate
  • Bed: Double bed 190 x 160 cm
  • Duvets (1)
  • Wardrobe(s) (1)

In the bathroom is a decent toilet, shower and sink to find.

  • 4 m2
  • Toilet
  • Shower (1)
  • Washbasin (1)

The separate living kitchen is fully equipped and furnished with a large table and 4 chairs.

  • Type: Separate room
  • Stove: Gas (4 Cooking zones/burners)
  • Cutlery & Tableware
  • Toaster
  • Dry rack
  • Frying (pan)
  • Grill
  • Fridge freezer
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee machine
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Microwave
  • Food processor
  • Oven
  • Detergent
  • Ironing board / Iron
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Water boiler
  • Type: Open air swimming pool / Inground pool
  • Heated swimming pool: Unheated swimming pool
  • Privacy: Public swimming pool (0.5 away)
  • Dimensions in m: 25 x 5 x 2 (L x W x D)
  • Children’s pool: Separate
  • Holiday house
  • 60 m2
  • Climbing
  • Cycling
  • Jeu de boules
  • Mountainbiken
  • Walking
  • Citytrip
  • Culture & History
  • Long term rental
  • Rest & space
  • Electric heating
  • Boiler
  • Satellite receiver
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hifi / Stereo set
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Dvd player
  • Wifi
  • Dutch TV channels (10)
  • Internet connection
  • Balcony
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Terrace (2)
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s) (8)
  • Garden table(s0) (2)
  • Washing machine
  • Scullery / laundry room
  • Smoking not allowed
  • No pets allowed
  • Bed linen available
  • (Board) games (15)
  • (Comic)books
  • DVDs / Blu-rays
  • Detached house


  • Based on 17 reviews 8.6
  • General impression 8.5
  • Location 8.8
  • Facilities vacation rental 8.3
  • Equipment and state vacation rental 8.5
  • Child friendliness 7.3
  • Hygiene 8.5
  • Friendliness and service host 9.1
  • Price/quality 9.0
  • Cees Gloudemans, with partner. Gave on an average of 8.4  

  • Cees Van den brink, with partner. Gave on an average of 10  

  • Niels Beijer, with the family. Gave on an average of 8.9  

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