Beautifully restored village house for vacation rental between the Mountains and the sea.
Renovated and furnished village house for holiday rental and situated in the sunny wine region of Languedoc, in the South of France.
Just 25 minutes from the Mediterranean beaches, and 25 minutes from the Mountains of the 'Parc Naturel', with Spain just over 1 hours drive away.
Ideal for exploring this beautiful part of France.
This traditional Languedoc village house is ideal for a family, a group, or couples, a perfect base for exploring this region.
Close to all amenities, shops, restaurants, a large well maintained shared communal swimming pool, and many places of interest etc, with ample parking.
The house has been restored and furnished, and is set on 3 levels, consisting of 3 bedrooms, salon/diner, kitchen, wash-room with shower, a separate toilet room, and an enclosed courtyard.
It is a roomy house, catering for up to 5 people.
There is a comfortable spacious salon for relaxation, with a television, DVD player, and a CD/cassette/radio, adjoining is the dining area.
The kitchen is well equipped, with a washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave/oven, cooker hob, toaster, coffee maker, and all the kitchenware and utensils you will need during your stay, there is also a iron and ironing board available.
A marble stairway leads to two large bedrooms, and one smaller bedroom, all beds are single beds, and can be brought together if required, bed linen is provided.
There is a tiled washroom, with a hand basin and an enclosed shower, (hand/bath towels are provided. plus, there is a separate WC room.
There is a small but pleasant courtyard at the rear of the house, in which to enjoy a nice glass of wine, or an alfresco meal.
The moment you arrive in Languedoc, you will fall in love with it's rustic charm, the whole region gives off an air of idyllic warmth, from the eerie sounds of the cigale, to the gentle waving of the poppies and the sunflowers, the sight of sun drenched vines, and the scent of lavender, these are some of the factors that make this region so attractive.
Boasting medieval fortresses, Roman aqueducts, Mediterranean coastline, endless vineyards and expansive national parks, a visitor could spend a lifetime exploring sunny Languedoc. Sitting on the geographic divide between the Iberian Peninsula and mainland Europe, the regions towns and cities, including beautiful Carcassonne, Nimes and Montpellier are connected by paths both ancient and new. Hike Via Domitia the Roman road, or rent a barge for a trip down the Canal du Midi.
The whole area is steeped in history, the remains of which can be seen in its towns and cities, and the chateaux, abbeys and monasteries.
Languedoc has seen some turbulent changes throughout the centuries, its very proximity to Spain (only 85 miles away from Creissan) has ensured a diversity of contact, both cultural and linguistic, with a strong Catalonian connexion, that is noticeable in the features and the characteristics of the local people.
Languedoc, now though, is becoming recognised as a tourist destination for millions of visitors, as its reputation testifies, there is so much to discover, the region offers a huge variety of interests for many tastes, 150 miles of stunning coastline, water sports, culture, cuisine, and not forgetting the wines, and with accessibility made easy via good roads, railways, and airports, (sometimes offering exceptional flight fares) you must make this your holiday choice.