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Beginning plans for Provence, need hotel advice

Just starting the planning for trip to Provence (after a week in Paris) for the end of June. It's our first trip to the area. It's been a rather difficult year, so we are wanting to sightsee, but also have a lot of relaxing and healing time. In other words, we will have a car, but don't want to be in it all the time.

I'm trying to nail down 2 hotels in areas that seem easy and close to other villages. I'm learning toward Hotel Les Bories in Gordes for 3-4 days and then Chareau des Alpilles in Remy for the other 3-4 days. Has anyone stayed in these hotels? Websites look beautiful and restful. Would love to have a quiet area, but would like to be able to walk or bike into town for snacks and meals.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Thanks Stu for the incredible detailed report of the area, although reading it made me a little tired! You can sure pack a day. Thanks again!

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