Our romantic and spacious Provencal stone village house with exposed stone walls and vaulted ceilings is situated in a charming village with a Bar, Boulangerie and Cafe. Our village is next to the river Gardon, La Baume and the Garrigue, a lovely area for leisure activities; walking, mountain biking, bird spotting etc. The delightful medieval Provencal town of Uzès in the Gard region is 7 minutes drive away. Visit famous Roman sites, such as the Pont du Gard ,Nimes, Arles, etc. all nearby.
PLEASE NOTE - MINIMUM 7 NIGHTS STAY FROM MAY TO OCTOBER
DURING THE OFF SEASON THE MINIMUM STAY IS 4-5 NIGHTS.
CHANGEOVER - SATURDAYS- OTHER ARRIVAL DAYS POSSIBLE DURING THE OFF SEASON.
AIR CONDITIONING IN BOTH BEDROOMS
Our beautifully furnished, spacious and very comfortable Provencal 17th century stone village house with exposed stone walls and vaulted ceilings is situated in a typically Southern French village with a bar, Restaurant and Boulangerie.
With two sitting rooms for your comfort, the house also enjoys a private courtyard garden and a large second floor terrace. The exposed stone walls and vaulted ceilings are unique, and with fabric covered walls in the master bedroom, it is beautifully furnished with antiques, paintings, artefacts and Oriental carpets. With central heating, it is also perfect for Christmas, as well as early/late season.
In the hot season you have full air conditioning in both bedrooms, as well as an extra ceiling cooling fan in the master bedroom. You will be very comfortable, sleeping in a super-king (6ft wide) zip linked bed, which can be also be divided into two separate beds, if needed.
A 5 minute drive will take you to supermarkets and the local Wine Cave, and on to the lovely medieval town of Uzès, with its handsome tall French Patrician houses, a maze of narrow little roads , and you can visit the Duchy of Uzes.
Uzès sparkles like no other, a magical and original Provencal town with a market that snakes through a maze of lanes before flowing into the ancient Place aux Herbes. Blissful local countryside laps at the town’s walls and you can drop down from the cathedral and follow a path all the way out to the Pont du Gard, a 1st-century Roman aqueduct, which is one of the most visited historical sights of France.
Avignon and the lavender fields in the Luberon (June to August) near Mont Ventaux, and the Roman Town of Nîmes are easily reached by car. There are many GR hiking trails and footpaths in the immediate vicinity of our village, plus golf courses, horse riding, and a lovely large swimming pool in Uzes.Walk down the Gorge and swim in crystal clear waters of the river Gardon, and in the next village, Collias, you can also swim in the river, kayak and canoe down, abseil the gorges, or do quad biking.
You can reach Montpellier, Arles, Aix de Provence, the Cevennes and the Camargue with its gorgeous sandy beaches, all within one hours’ drive.
Tilgang for gjester
You have the whole house for your holiday and you will be looked after by our local friends in the village, who also speak English.
Interaksjon med Gjester
You will receive full house and driving/how to get there instructions, plus your contract details from us by email.
Andre ting å merke seg
In the winter when oil central heating is required, there is an extra Euro 70 charge per week, or Euro 12 per day to be paid directly to our housekeeper, Joel.
The house is strictly non smoking. We are sorry, but pets are not allowed.
Please note that the stone stairs are a very old and somewhat steep. Therefore, they may not be suitable for children under the age of 6 and for people who have difficulty in climbing stairs. We do, however, have a cot and high chair available for young babies
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Friends describe me as lively and high spirited with a zest for life. I am widely travelled due to my job in the travel business.
My husband and I are very friendly, outgoing and we enjoy entertaining. We have hosted many guests from all over the world over the last 8 years, who come to Cheltenham to learn Business English.
Robert & I love travelling and exploring remote and unusual destinations, but we also enjoy relaxing at our house in the South of France.
We are great foodies, enjoy going to the theatre, love walking and being sociable.