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Caissargues Holiday Rentals

Recent Reviews

  • Quiet convenient location.
    4 of 5

    The property was clean comfortable and well equipped and ideally located for exploring Nimes by foot. Close to historic monuments and museums and galleries. In easy reach of a variety of good restaurants. Would advise taking advantage of the secure parking that is 2 minutes walk, parking on the street is expensive, and the streets in this area are narrow. There are supermarkets and Boulangeries within easy walking distance. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Lots of information in the accommodation but the tourist office adjacent to Les Arenes is worth an early visit. Avignon well worth the effort 40 mins drive. Visit to Carmargue National Park needs planning in advance and research on best way of seeing wildlife. Aigues Morte interesting historically but very 'tourist' orientated and in August very busy. Le Grau du Roi very busy seaside town large selection of nice fish restaurants but very crowded and noisy; definitely a seaside resort. We see there from 11 - 18 August which is an exceptionally busy time in this region.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Lovely house, great kitchen, high ceilings and aircon - marvellous
    5 of 5

    Lovely house beautifully restored. Wide hall and stone staircase lead up to three great sized bedrooms, one ensuite and a huge family bathroom for the other two to share. Very well equipped kitchen with a lovely Smeg range cooker that was easy to use. Plenty of parking space, though be careful under the large plane tree as the birds stay there at night! Fortunately there was a hose nearby :-) Brilliant swimming pool to cool off in during the roasting hot latter parts of the day. Nice village with at least 4 boulangeries and a Carrefour supermarket 3 mins away. The bars in Generac are a little sparse, mainly just a bar for local men to drink at although one had a useful terrace outside. However, the house also has a terrace and we spent many an evening watching our children (adult ones) drink many of the bottles of wine we regularly bought!! So the lack of bars was hardly an inconvenience. For such a small village, there is a truly outstanding restaurant called L'Instant du Sud run by Franck & Ludivine - well, so good we went back two nights later to have different dishes on the menu as it was so hard to decide. Not only delicious beautifully presented food, but modestly priced. A real find and I will be back there next year!! All in all, when taking into account the bull taunting fete that occurs in early July, followed by Bastille Day fireworks (everywhere but we chose Aigues Mortes), a concert in the 2000 year old amphitheatre in Nîmes (Jamiroquai) and a trip around the Camargue added up to an absolute brilliant holiday for us all. Highly recommend and Cathy and Mike are delightful, helpful hosts.

    Stayed: Jul 2018
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