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We were 2 ladies wanting to park ourselves in Avignon for a week, kick back and take some local tours (wine tours, small villages). This was the ideal spot for us at the foot of the Palais on a nice quiet street and close to...More
We stayed four nights in this exceptionally friendly home within the walls of Avignon. Owners Francoise, Jean Michel and their son, Cyril made our stay comfortable and guided us towards exceptional dining experiences within walking distance. Our room (Forastero) was comfortable though a little tight,...More
Avignon was our fifth stop in our two week drive through Provence sampling truffles and for the release of the beaujolais nuevo. I chose this guesthouse because of the Tripadvisor reviews and they were correct; this is a great place to stay, and booked the...More
A hidden oasis of fantastic quality, the room was lovely and the bathroom was wonderful. Situated in the centre of Avignon and close to some lovely restaurants. Owner extremely friendly and not intrusive, breakfast was also very good. Unfortunately no parking, however public parking close...More
Response from tanguy53 | Property representative |
direction : Leave the highway A7 to the extit "Avignon nord" then follow the signs "avignon centre" drive along ramparts (the Rhone (river) on your right) enter in the city by the door "Porte de la ligne" (follow the yellow... More
direction : Leave the highway A7 to the extit "Avignon nord" then follow the signs "avignon centre" drive along ramparts (the Rhone (river) on your right) enter in the city by the door "Porte de la ligne" (follow the yellow sign la mirande) and turn immediately on your right "rue des remparts de la
ligne" when this street turn on the left you are "rue de la
Banasterie", we are to N°11.
Attention Avignon is a medieval city the streets are very narrow it's difficult to drive and to park into.
if you have not too much luggage my advice is:
when you are along the wall go to the next door "la porte du rocher" ( just after la porte de la ligne) and park your car in the Popes palace parking (parkings palais des papes) then you'll go out in front of the popes palace. you look the popes palace and go to your right corner there is the small street "rue de la peyrolerie" go down it until the "rue de la Banasterie" (on your left) 2 or 3 minutes from the parking
alls informations with photos on the web site of La Banasterie.
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"The stairs in this old building are rather narrow and steep and could be challenging for the old or infirm."