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Duilhac-sous-Peyrepertuse: all the holiday rentals available

Recent Reviews

  • Absolutely wonderful - this place makes happy memories!
    5 of 5

    This is a house that welcomed us warmly and with open arms...one of the loveliest places we have stayed in - thank you Steffi & Fabrice. It is light, bright, clean and comfortable. It has everything and more that we needed to feel totally at home - a fully equipped kitchen, wifi, books to read, films to watch, music player, ...the list goes on. We ate our evening meals sitting on the veranda, serenaded by the sunset and the world seemed to pause, so we could savour the tranquility. The night skies here are full of stars (untainted by light pollution). Tautavel is a lovely, friendly village - the post office, shops and restaurants are just a stroll away - there is even a tennis court at the end of the road!! It feels like a hidden gem and is perfectly situated to explore and enjoy this corner of France - there is so much to do and see - and all of it amid the most breath-taking scenery. If you love history, nature, mountains, rivers, art, culture, sport, hiking, food & wine, you will love this place. A week is not long enough....we really, really did not want to leave.....

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • A lovely appartment in a pretty village offering all you could want for a fantastic holiday
    5 of 5

    What a delightful time we spent in Claire's appartment in Cucugnan! It is clean, well equipped and very comfortable with a small garden where we sat sipping local wine each evening. Nothing was too much trouble for Claire (She lives above.) and she was not only very welcoming (offering us glasses of her favourite wines accompanied by delicious snacks and home-made savoury tart) but provided us with a 'starter-pack' of basic food essentials. She was also an endless source of local knowledge and useful information. The village, which hugs a hill, with a windmill on top, has a choice of three restaurants and a couple of bars that offer a range of delicious food; a grocery store/post office; a bakery (producing artisanal bread), a few small pottery/craft studios; several little souvenir shops, a winery and a honey producer. There is everything you need on site so sorties to bigger towns are not necessary to buy supplies and gifts. We came home laden with local wine,and honey, colourful bowls and home-made soap. The surrounding countryside is magnificent with stunning views from the village. We walked for miles every day; swam in the cool, clear rivers and did our cultural bit when we visited Queribus and Peyrepertuse Chateaux perched on the top of rocky outcrops nearby. There are weekly markets on different days in surrounding towns and 'vide grenier' events, too. In fact, there was so much to do, that we ended up reading a lot less than usual! To top everything, the weather was superb. We wanted for nothing and we highly recommend both the place and the appartment for a blissful break. Thank you Claire for looking after us so well.

    Stayed: Aug 2018