La Bastide is an antique-filled hideaway with an 18th-century air and views of the Luberon valley and beautifully manicured gardens. The prizewinner and a guest will spend two nights in one of the property’s double rooms, which are decked out with polished-wood writing desks, terracotta-tiled floors and Provençal fabrics.
While there, explore the polished cobblestone streets of Gordes on foot – this charming town is known for its boutiques and inviting cafés. A short drive away, towns such as L’Isle sur la Sorgue and Uzès are brilliant for picking up antiques like those found at La Bastide de Gordes.
Also included in the prize is breakfast on each morning of the stay – a hearty buffet of baked apples, homemade gingerbread and thick wedges of French toast – and one supper.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the question below:
Which artist is most closely associated with Gordes, after first visiting in 1948?
For a clue, see our review of La Bastide des Gordes
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