Very large, sparkling clean, Provence villa (250 m2) on a 2600 m2 garden, ceramic floors, all bedrooms with air conditionning.
Spacious covered terrace ( 50 m2) with large table, seating for 8, barbecue.
Large living-room with chimney , open space with the dining-room, table accomodating 8 seats. Fully equipped kitchen: hotplates, oven, microwave oven, American refrigerator, dishwasher. Laundry room: washing-machine, dryer. Library: WiFi & unlimited free ADSL Internet connection. Full bathroom with toilet.
4 air-conditioned bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 toilets:
1 bedroom with a double bed (160x200) and a private bathroom with a shower, toilet, washstand.
1 bedroom with a double bed (160x200) and a private bathroom with a bathtub, toilet, washstand.
1 bedroom with a double bed (160x200).
1 bedroom with 2 single beds +1 a cot.
1 bathroom with a bathtub, a separate shower, toilet & washstand.
Mediterranean garden, magnificent overflowing pool (12 m x 6 m) that can be heated ( electricity at cost), pool house with toilet & outdoor shower, boule pitch (petanque) , tennis membership
Cultural & and touristic region: World wide renowned Theatre festival of Avignon in July. « Chorégies » of Orange (Opera, lyric art) from July 8th to August 4th. International Piano Festival of La Roque d'Anthéron ( July 21st to August 22nd ). Ardèche river canyon, the famous caves of Aven d'Orgnac, Aven de la Forestère, the prehistoric Museum of the Chauvet cave, the 2 000 years old Pont du Gard roman aqueduct, numerous medieval villages to visit: Lussan, Aiguèze, La Roque sur Cèze, Cornillon, Goudargues rightly called 'the Gardoise Venice', the Chartreuse de Valbonne,... the Dukedom city of Uzès: the Place aux herbes, the Fenestrelle tower ( like the Pisa tower but not leaning...), the Uzes duchess castle to visit, its picturesque typical provencal market on Saturday mornings. The living handicraft at St. Quentin la Poterie. Avignon: Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes) and the famous St. Bénézet bridge. Orange roman theatre, Arles roman theatre and places where Van Gogh lived and painted.
Nature and vineyards: Take advantage of the 300 sunny days per year offered to you by this magnificent and still discreet region. There are plenty of interesting places to visit and walks to enjoy in this farming and quiet environment, but nevertheless very active on the cultural side. The vegetation combines forests of holly-oaks, white oaks, pines sunshade, beechwoods (main Forest of the Chartreuse de Valbonne), with a Provencal undergrowth: wild thyme, lavender, rosemary and other odorous plants that will embalm your walks on beautiful signed trails (such as GR42). Canoeing in the canyons of the Ardèche and the Cèze rivers will allow you to discover impressive landscapes. Tour to wine-producing estates, discover of the well-bred and generous wines of the Côtes du Rhone, the restaurants nested in picturesque villages serving specialties cooked from the tasty regional products. You will find your stay too short !!!
Quiet place for quiet people: For a relaxing holiday, for touristic visits ( Pont du Gard, Nîmes, Avignon, Arles, ...), for promenades in the country side on marked tracks, for canoeing on the rivers Cèze or Ardèche. Among all for enjoying the large and superb private overflowing swimming pool looking on the small St Gervais village and on the river Cèze valley.
Visit the surrounding Côte du Rhone vineyards and buy exceptionally good and fairly priced wines.
Go for dinner in small restaurants along the fresh water canal in the nearby Goudargues village renowned as the 'Provençal Venice'.
For all these reasons you will love your stay.
For the same reasons, noisy guests are not welcomed in this quiet place.