If you’re around in summer, enjoy this top travel tip that has something for everyone – from splashing about in Europe’s deepest canyon, to enjoying a picturesque lunch and then finishing off in the fields of lavender.
In Cotignac, we’re very fortunate to be nestled in a valley that offers wonderful walks into the hills nearby. The aromatic Provençal herbs form part of the “garrigue”, which is the shrubland found in the South of France, and inspiration for the Spring lamb recipe.
If you’re looking for a simple, delicious dessert that won’t be too heavy after a festive meal – this English/French fusion will delight.
During our first visit to Cotignac, our aunty told us about this lovely open-air theatre and cinema in the village and it’s been on my bucket list …
With Stephen away, Jeany shared her part of the Mirabeau story with a delightful bunch of Australians who were on tour with Shane Fankhauser.
Lizzie and I drove up the magnificent driveway to Château de Robernier, and were ushered into place by the super efficient wedding planner Jennifer of Lavender & Rose Weddings, doing our utmost not to drive on the grass. As we opened up the bar, we took in the magnificent scenery. Elegant tables with citrus and […]