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Mas de Peint is a beautifully restored 17th-century ‘mas’ (farmstead), situated on a 550-hectare estate right in the heart of the Camargue.
Camargue is a wonderful and evocative region of southern France - a wild, unspoilt land of rice fields, marsh and wild horses. The owners, Jacques and Lucille Bon, have converted one wing of their white stone farmhouse into a luxurious inn, offering a small number of stylish rooms and suites.
Meals are served in the large, rustic kitchen with its open fireplace, or on the garden terrace during the summer months, shaded by vines and wisteria.
Activities include swimming, mountain biking, horse-riding or going to see the famous long-horn Camargue bulls which Jacques Bon raises. Above all though, Mas de Peint is a place to unwind and take life slowly, enjoying good food and wine in a perfect rural retreat.