Sitting on roughly 1,250 acres of Camargue ranch land, this exquisite 17th-century farmhouse may just offer the ultimate mas experience. A study in country elegance, the rooms have beautifully preserved 400-year-old beams, carefully polished stone floors, and creamy linen fabrics all tastefully complemented by brass beds, claw-foot bathtubs, and natural, soft Provençal colors. The small restaurant, charmingly decorated with checked curtains, paysan chairs, and fresh roses on every table, is worth the trip even if you can't stay the night. A prix-fixe menu changes daily and features sophisticated specialties that often rely on homegrown ingredients, such as roasted tuna flank with escargots à la provençale, or grilled game hen with baby potatoes and cinnamon-flavor beets (be warned, though: reservations are essential and lunch will set you back at least €41).
D36, 20 km (12 miles) south of Arles, Le Sambuc, 13200, France