The house is more than 200 years old and nestled up against the ancient town wall. It has all modern conveniences & easily accommodates 6 people. A small garden & patio are perfect for al fresco dining. The village is well situated for easy exploring
Servian is ideally located in the heart of Languedoc as a jumping off point for exploration. Situated in the heart of wine country, Servian is a medieval French village with all the amenities including weekly markets and several bakeries. Our house is completely furnished to meet your holiday needs. There is no swimming pool onsite but there is a community pool that welcomes visitors and beaches are within an easy drive.
The normal rental period is Saturday afternoon to Saturday morning. Other times can be considered outside peak rental periods. The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and we have furnished it in a combination of French rustic furniture and modern conveniences. We offer fresh linens, many guidebooks to the region, items such as hairdryers, computers, WIFI, electrical adaptors and all the necessary cooking utensils to practice making local dishes.
Interaction with Guests
Our French home is yours to enjoy. We are available by email and (website hidden) to help arrange your trip and we have a good friend in the village who is able to help out with issues that may occur during your stay. We can communicate in French.
Servian is a vibrant, medieval village that lies in the heart of winemaking country. It has easy access to all the major attractions but is also self-contained for those who want to settle in and experience French village life.
While a car is an asset and there is on-street parking, there is regular bus service to Beziers and train service from there to all destinations. We do provide two bicycles and the nearby villages are easy bike rides away. The Beziers airport and train station are less than 30 minutes away and taxi service is usually the best way to arrive in the village. The major car rental companies have outlets at the train station and airport.
Other Things to Note
Our neighbour meets guests and can arrange arrivals for times outside the usual Saturday afternoon. She will show you around the house and explain how things work. There is an extensive information booklet that will be sent to you in advance of your arrival.
No guests other than those registered by the arrival date.
No smoking indoors
Pets may be considered
While we understand that there may be some breakage of small items, we ask that items be replaced. If there are major damages, it is expected that you will be charged for repairs.
My husband and I are in the middle of retiring to the south of France from Victoria BC, Canada. We spend half the year in France and otherwise rent out our house to people who want to experience life in a small French village.