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Bedroom with large window overlooking the gardenBedroom with large window overlooking the garden

Bargemon

Ferme le Pavillon

The tastiest private guesthouse in Provence

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Somewhere in the green hills of the Var department, Farm Le Pavillon stands out as a fully privatizable guesthouse with a warm Mediterranean-Scandinavian style, offering an memorable culinary experience.

The tastiest private guesthouse in Provence

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"A perfect match between provencal charm, Scandinavian style and nature's best."

Stepping away from the buzz of the French Riviera, just an hour away from the Gorges du Verdon, sits this former farmhouse, comprising two 250-year-old stone buildings that overlook the mountains. It’s a place where styles converge, blending the history of the place and the contemporary Danish style infused by its owners. Usually operating as a guesthouse, it transforms delightfully into an upgraded holiday home offering daily local cuisine (including lunch and dinner on 5 days per week, and breakfast served daily), prepared with special care. To sweeten the deal, a top-notch trampoline, a playhouse for the kids, and a pet-friendly environment welcome entire family gatherings within its 6 rooms: 4 doubles, 1 family room, and 1 suite – including two rooms equipped for reduced mobility access.

Ideal spot for a pool dip !

Ideal spot for a pool dip !

Cooking up a Buttersweet Holiday Home

Since the 1960s, the farm has served as a secluded holiday retreat for a handful of couples. Today, Ferme le Pavillon is intricately woven with the tale of Teis and Christel, a story starting in 2018 when the adventurous spirit of the Danish couple led them, along with their two children, to depart Copenhagen in pursuit of a new chapter. Taking ownership of the property in January 2019, they faced the ambitious task of renovating the entire house within a brief window until July 1st.

They redefined its purpose, transitioning from a solitary holiday refuge into a vibrant guesthouse. This presented an unparalleled opportunity for Teis, a trained chef who, due to life’s twists, had never practiced his culinary skills and later regretted not pursuing a career in the kitchen. Today, he unveils his cuisine, focusing on the flavors of the finest local and organic products: the herbs from the garden, vegetables sourced from nearby farms, and premium-quality meat and fish procured through ethical practices – offering yet another compelling reason to savor the essence of Ferme le Pavillon.

Colors and shapes - © Christopher Regild

Colors and shapes - © Christopher Regild

They skillfully utilized the best elements from the place’s natural surroundings and transformed the interior without altering its essence. They curated an aesthetically pleasing environment, offering both comfort and visual delight. The expansion included two new bedrooms in the main building and a family room in the barn.

While preserving the barn’s authentic charm with predominantly white tones, the main building features a palette of colors that unify the spaces while still offering distinct experiences in each room. The house’s architecture maintains its old classic Provencal farmhouse essence, simply updated to harmonize with contemporary sensibilities.

A Danish Team Play

The transformation of Ferme le Pavillon was a collaborative effort, drawing upon the expertise of several Danish firms. Collaborating with Josephine Akvama Hoffmeye from File Under Pop for color schemes in paints and tiles and architect Caroline Sillesen from Atelier AXO for the wooden bed structures, they curated a harmonious blend of elements.

Opting for Danish furniture, renowned for its accessibility and enduring quality, they seamlessly integrated vintage pieces, such as wooden shelves from the previous owner, adding character while successfully enhancing the Scandinavian serenity of the place. The living room, a blend of old and new, invites guests to unwind and indulge in music or literature, fostering connections.

Softness and refinement - © Christopher Regild

Softness and refinement - © Christopher Regild

The 3 things

We love the most

The perfect blend of colors
The natural experience
The chef's local cuisine

Gallery

View of the pavilion and its wooded terracedetail of the bedroom: colourful bench and coffee tableLibrary and reading area with straw furniturePavilion kitchen, guest houseCharming bedroom under the beamsentrance to the pavilion, blue wooden doorliving room, wooden sofa and coffee tableRectangular long-tile shower in light greyView of the pool and forestdeckchair in the sunny gardenpavilion dining room, wooden furniturePavilion bedroom, raised wooden bed basedog in the pavilion gardenVintage wooden armchair in the blue arche hall

Destination Bargemon

Transports

Les Arcs Draguignan Station

35 min

Cannes Station

75 min

Restaurants

Le Clos Pierrepont

14 min

Les Gorges de Pennafort

18 min

Chez Hugo

20 min

Le Nid

39 min

Nature, Culture and Heritage

Camos Museum

3 min

Olive Mill

5 min

Col du Bel-Homme

11 min

Ferme le Pavillon

2323 Route de Comps, 83830, Bargemon, France

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