Communication with property manager had some problems because of the Home Away app, which did not work well and prevented communication.
The owner, who lives on the property was very gracious, friendly and helpful. The apartment is quite rustic. Location is quiet, close to the town center, which has a great bakery. I biked in for croissants in the morning. Great loction to tour this part of France.
Jean-Claude and Maud have a wonderful property that backs up to the canal path. They are always on hand to help but are never intrusive.The kitchen is adequately equipped with a microwave and full-size stove and refrigerator. The two bedrooms are large and we slept very well there. As others have noted, Wifi can sometimes be spotty, but Jean Claude was able to solve any problems. It is a short drive to the center of historic Narbonne with its wonderful indoor Les Halles market, many shops and coffee houses. In the main square adjacent to the market there is a large underground parking garage where we were always able to find space. In the street next to Les Halles is a restaurant called A La Table Du Marche, which we particularly enjoyed. Be sure to make a reservation before going to the market, as it is very popular.
There is plenty to see in or near Narbonne: Castelnaudry, home of the famous cassoulet, Carcassonne, Gruisan, the Abbaye de Fontfroide and picturesque villages along the Canal du Midi are all short drives away. This is a great place to stay that is relaxingly rural, yet still in close proximity to some of the most interesting spots in Languedoc.
Languedoc offers many very tasty red wines - Corbieres, Fitou and Minervois were our favorites. Many thanks to Jean-Claude for the excellent bottle of Minervois that he gave to us. We enjoyed it!