We thought the apartment was an elegant and serene place to stay. We slept so well because it was comfortable, dark if you wished it to be and very quiet. When you think about it, its not often you get that as there is usually always street noise of some sort.
The House Book was very useful and during our week we went to quite a few of the places mentioned. La Vintage we thoroughly enjoyed and you were quite right about getting there early as the place filled up in no time. Great food and great service from start to finish. The lovely pizzeria, Verso was totally yummy. We also had a lovely meal in restaurant Le 26. All the food tasted as though it was lovingly prepared and was well presented.
We ate out every day apart from once when we brought food from Les Halles which just needed to be heated up. Les Halles was such a lovely experience and so much fun, you have to go. We wasn’t sure of a certain dish and so we asked. The assistant couldn’t explain so she kindly got out a dictionary. She then went on to lend me her glasses so that I could read the description. Banter was definitely had in the queue.
You certainly will not go hungry or thirsty in Avignon though as we were amazed at how much choice you had! There were restaurants after restaurants – plus all within easy reach of the apartment it really could not be better located.
We felt like we were staying in a suite of rooms in a boutique hotel with room service on your doorstep and beyond! We loved it all.
Helen and Ted, Somerset, March 2018