I think you've seen in an earlier post the romantic "petite maisonette" where we stayed on Nicolas and Carla's farm on the coast for 7 nights :
And here's the grassy path through the woods about 100 yards to Nicolas and Carla's house. Strawberry trees (Arbutus unedo) along the path were setting fruit, viburnum tinus had just finished blooming and boxwoods could have been renamed boxweeds, they were so plentiful. Also butcher's broom and bear's breeches were growing wild here under the trees. The splash of violet you see is a protected and rare native gladiolus.
And taking second place in our tour of WWOOF farms, our "petite maisonette" at Maggie's Farm, where we stayed for 4 nights before making our escape:
And the reasonably well made composting toilet nearby.
(Surprisingly, I don't think we even saw a fly until we reached Paris. Too dry in Provence perhaps?)