Charming home situated on a pedestrian-only street of a medieval wine village. Minutes to the Mediterranean sea or the mountains; beautifully surrounded by vineyards. Enjoy the vie en France in this comfortable one bedroom home.
The petite maison de vacance comfortably accommodates three adults (or family with children - not advisable for children under 4 years old) in the three-level house connected by a pretty circular stairway. The kitchen/dining area is situated in the ground floor complete with a fridge, stovetop (hob), microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher and washing machine. The first floor contains the salon/senjour with satellite plasma TV, DVD player and a trundle/day bed. The second floor has the bedroom (double bed) and complete bathroom with shower. Another toilet is situated in the ground floor as well as a huge boiler/water heater. Bed linens, bath and beach towels are provided and guests have access to Satellite TV for BBC, CNN and France24 among others. Wi-fi is available as well.
Parking (free) is available behind the house as well as in front of the village chateau.
The village is situated along the road between Capestang and St. Chinian and within 15 minutes of the major highways (south to Spain, north to Provence and west to Toulouse and Lourdes/Biarritz)). Both the mountains and the sea are within driving distances (30 minutes) and there are plenty of places in the village for hiking and biking.
The village is also between Carcassonne (oldest preserved walled village and castle now a Unesco World Heritage site) and Beziers (famous for one of the major Christian crusade attack) and Narbonne (first Roman city outside of Rome with the Via Domitia in the center of the village)
Interaction with guests
Our friend Judy Pagano, will be your local host when we are away. She is is available for questions about the house, travel tips, information and guidance to help make your stay relaxing and comfortable.
Other things to note
Please contact us if you have questions or need additional information.
House is non-smoking and pets, though we love them, are not welcome in case other guests have allergies.
Minimum stay of 1 week in August.
No additional guests allowed other than those registered upon booking the place.
Deposit of 100 Euros required to cover:
- damage to house and contents beyond normal wear and tear;
- removal of debris, rubbish and discards (guest should leave house neat -- garbage can be deposited in garbage bins behind house)
- lost keys
- lost, damaged or removal of linens and other items in house.
Deposit will be returned upon house inspection and departure of guests.
There is no daily cleaning services.
Maximum number of guests is three adults or family of two adults and two children (not advisable for children under 4 years old). Pricing is the same.
House is not handicapped accessible and not recommended for families with toddlers.
Rates subject to change without notice. We will honor the rate quoted on day of booking.
In 2008, I convinced our family of four to purchase a village home as our maison secondaire in Southern France; specifically Languedoc Roussillon famous for its wines, cathar castles and history. We take our vacations here exploring towns and villages, wine domains and relaxing along the Mediterranean coast.
Our daughters eventually spent a year and half in local schools for language immersion and to fully experience la vie en France. C'est incroyable!