Sophie's newly converted apartment was very clean and was big enough for the two of us. Sophie was very flexible with our arrival time and messaged us to say we could arrive much earlier than the agreed time if we wanted.
Sophie was also generous with eggs from the chickens and garden produce (the cock does not crow, you be relieved to know!). Sophie was very kind and helpful, especially when the we needed to print out an important document urgently.
The apartment sits on ground level, under their house, and you have a section of garden, with tables and chairs, to yourself.
The kitchen/diner has plenty of space to prep and cook in and the fridge was very clean. There is a four-ring induction hob, oven and microwave. If you don't know how to use induction hobs then do ask Sophie to show you when you arrive. We didn't think to do this and spent over an hour trying to work it out, making our dinner very late. It was only by accident that we worked out that you had to put a pan on it to make it operate.
The bathroom is just about big enough for two people. The shower stall is large and the pressure is really good. The towels provided for showering were very small. Luckily we had brought beach towels which we could use, but this was inconvenient when we needed to use them at the beach and for showering. I would suggest that you bring your own large towels or ask for them to be provided in advance of your stay. The bed is very comfortable and here is loads of cupboard/drawer space in the bedroom.
The air-con was a boon as it was really humid while we were there and it really helped us to sleep at night.
Our main disappointment with the apartment was the location. While it is in a very quiet area, the 20 minute walk up to Avignon old town was practically deserted, which was a bit unnerving. There are very few shops, many boarded up, and no food shops except a couple of bakeries and corner shops selling tins and packets. We could not find milk, fresh veg or meat anywhere within easy walking distance. Apparently everyone drives to the out of town hypermarkets, which is not how we like to shop, and not possible if you don't have a car. We resorted to food shopping at Les Halles, an excellent food market for local produce, fruit and veg, fish and meat in the old town, walking home laden with bags for 30 minutes. Fantastic quality produce, but not very convenient!
The area also lacks any cafes or restaurants, so you have to walk all the way into Avignon old town to get a coffee, buy a snack for lunch or go out for dinner. And the streets are even more deserted at 11pm!
In summary, a lovely apartment and hosts, but lacking in convenient location.