The Mas Saint-Germain is the perfect place to spend a wonderful holiday.
Located at the heart of the Camargue Regional Natural Park, the Mas Saint Germain offers warm welcoming holiday cottages. Discover from there the city of Arles, the Camargue capital city of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and the Alpilles mountain range, ...
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Our selection of Camargue holiday cottages by the Vaccarès and in the area of Arles
‘Le Four à Pain’ (the Bread Oven), which used to provide the Mas and Villeneuve hamlet inhabitants with bread, is a large holiday cottage that will suit both friends and family gatherings.
‘La Cabane du Berger’ (the Shepherd’s Hut) is a traditional gardian-style house.
The cottage 'Repiqueurs de Riz’ (the Rice Growers’ cottage) is a detached house that can accommodate 4 persons.
‘Le Pigeonnier’ (the Dovecote), an annexe to the Mas’ tower, with its foundations dating back from the 11th century, gives onto a large terrace extending into a garden and the horses’ enclosed meadow. It is ideal for a family with young children.
‘Le Noisetier’ (the Hazel Tree), finally, is a very intimate and comfortable holiday cottage overlooking a large field, perfectly suited for a peaceful stay in couple.
We also offer Bed & Breakfast in one of the guest rooms of the Mas. They have authentic furniture and private bathrooms. You will have breakfast in the living room of the mansion. You will have access to a large kitchen and a lounge, shared for the two guest rooms of the Mas.
Commitments to the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism
Respecting our living environment and the principles of sustainable development is a true ethical value to every member of our family. It is certainly an unconscious heritage of our ancestors preserved by the sweat of their brow, that we respect and wish to pass on unharmed to future generations.
In practice, to the extent of our means, we systematically choose an non-polluting and non-degrading approach and avoid waste at any price. We are organic farmers, we use eco-friendly household products, we sort our wastage, recycle what can be, select environmentally-friendly building material for refurbishments, etc.
All these actions fit the standards set by the EEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism, locally supported by the Camargue Natural Regional Park.