Le Mas de Poiriers, Provence
Le Mas de Poiriers is a destination wedding venue that nails impeccable french flair. A multi-day wedding celebration here is sure to knock your guests socks off.
What's So Special About Le Mas de Poitiers?
Le Mas des Poiriers is an 18th century farmhouse in Provence, located on an island in the Rhone River near the Medieval city of Avignon. The property’s 65 acres offer true seclusion and privacy.
The house is renovated, decorated and staffed to offer a luxurious and relaxing stay for you and your guests. Le Mas des Poiriers is conveniently located within 15 minutes of the Avignon TGV station and with easy access to all that Provence has to offer.
Offering a 3-day property buy-out for weddings and events at 150,000 euros, Le Mas des Poiriers is the perfect setting to host your special event or celebration.
The property works with a select group of established planners for on site weddings and can accommodate a maximum of approximately 250 guests in our garden.
Price: The Chateau only hosts a limited number of weddings per year. Full buyout for 3 days at €150,000
Nearest Airports: Montpellier (MPL) 79km / 1 hr
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The working pear orchards, which produce six tonnes of fruit annually!
1hr 15 to the North, 2hrs to the South, depending on where you’re flying to and from.
French (English is also widely spoken)
Big cities such as Paris have a metro but most locations have cheap and accessible public transport, such as trains and buses. Taxis are easy to find or call – available taxis are often indicated by a blue or white light.
The French treat Christmas, Easter and New Year as serious holidays, as well as VE Day (8th May), Bastille Day (14th July), Armistice Day (11th November) and various saints days (e.g. All Saints' Day on 1st November).
Good Time to Go
May - September
good to know
If you're flexible with your Wedding date, late Spring (April/May) & early Autumn (Oct), just outside of High Season can be slightly cheaper when booking a venue. You will find late June & September dates book up quickly - these are the preferred months to celebrate a wedding in France.
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