About This Listing
14 th Century Village House in the heart of the Languedoc Region, surrounded by vineyards. Close to the Gulf de Lion and between Montpellier and Bezier. The house is on 3 levels that include 2 bedrooms on one and another on the middle level with it's own Juliette balcony. The living area has a sofa bed for 1 or 2 more people. The kitchen has stove, dishwasher, a microwave and the main living area has a TV, surround sound home movie, DVD and sound system. Free internet and free landline calls to international countries , including to Australia. It has a bathroom with bath and toilet, a separate shower room, a washing machine and another separate toilet. The village has a bakery and small shop but a short drive will take you to major shopping centres in other villages. There is parking for a small car in front or parking for the community on the Place outside the church.
Complete house with access to terrace bar-b-que, outdoor setting and all house amenities
Interaction with Guests
I speak via phone, email or facebbo message if my guest lives in Australai and is travelling to France and I interact via email (email hidden) or (website hidden) message (Jill Healy-Quintard or Village House South France) with guests outside of Australia.
I love the typical French Village lifestyle unlike a city lifestyle
There is public transport but for convenience I suggest a car or bike.
Other Things to Note
It is driving distance to many other villages, markets, galleries, shopping centres, antiques, vineyards and a 45 minute drive to the beach such as Marseillan Plage that also offers wonderful and reasonably priced restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes.
Treat house like it is your own. No smoking inside. Please smoke on terrace. Any breakages will need to be replaced or paid for from the bond
An excellent stay in all respects. Host was extremely quick to respond to queries before booking, and provided full information. The house is very private and secluded, has a very pleasant terrace for warm days and evenings, and is well equipped. There is no restaurant in the village but several in neighbouring villages and in Clermont L'Herault close by. There is a good general store in the village for basic needs. The village of Peret is set in gorgeous country
a little off the tourist track.
Hello Christopher. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated, as we are so far away in Australia and would just like to be there, so hearing a positive response is a bonus. I am glad you enjoyed your stay and you are very welcome again. Regards. Jill Healy-Quintard