Bien Loin d’Ici Spa B&B is the place for the two of you to escape from it all, to enjoy a delightful, luxurious and peaceful moment. In this guesthouse created by designers, you will enjoy the cosiness of a 30m2 (323 sq. feet) lodge with a private deck with a stunning view over the garden and the swimming pool.
You will be enjoy your own private spa and sauna, or a swim in our 20-meter long overflow pool…
If you feel like a day out, our guest house is surrounded by major tourist spots such as the Pont du Gard (a huge and fully standing Roman aqueduct), the Camargue (a marshland and nature reserve by the sea), the Cévennes mountains of Robert Louis Stevenson, the medieval city cities of Uzès and Baux de Provence, Van Gogh’s Arles (also a major Roman townlandmark) and the Papal city of Avignon.
|Number of rooms||3|
|Maximum number of persons||6|
|Food service||Light gourmet supper board, only on request|
|Outside||Garden and pool|
The "Wow" effect of Bien Loin d'ici
Elodie & Manuel
Why did you choose to open guesthouse ?
« After several years spent in organising events for premium brands in luxury hotels around the world, I felt like offering an accommodation that mixes the high-end service of these hotels and the friendliness of a guesthouse.
I also wanted to build the place by myself to be totally faithful to my concept. »
Pont du Gard
Cité des Papes in Avignon
Les Baux de Provence
Bien Loin d'ici
Pont du GardThe most visited ancient monument in France, listed a world heritage site by Unesco, the Pont du Gard aqueduct remains one of humankind's great masterpieces. A marvel of Antiquity and a true technical feat, it is also a stupendous site that has regained its unspoiled state since its refurbishment.
CamargueCamargue is a french natural region located at the edge of the Mediterranean. Humid area of 150 000 hectares, it houses a lot of animal and vegetable species.
Les CévennesMountain chain in the Massif Central
UzèsBetween Alès, Nimes and Avignon, the discreet but oh so elegant town of Uzes has preserved in its centre much evidence of its rich past. Encircled by the Boulevard Gambetta, the Medieval town is a maze of small streets and shaded squares lined with 17th and 18th century private mansions. Horse lovers might want to visit the National Stud Farm of Uzès and lovers of sweets could head to the HARIBO candy museum.
Cité des Papes in AvignonThe Cité des Papes in Avignon is the biggest Gothic building from the Early Middle Ages. As well fortress as palace, this pontifical residence was during the 14th century the Holy See of the West Christianity
ArlesIn Arles, you'll discover remarkable monuments builded during Antiquity, as the antique theatre, arena or Roman circus.Arles
Les Baux de ProvenceClassified station, one of the most beautiful villages of France, Les Baux de Provence assure their image of prestigious site in the Alpilles regional natural park.