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  • It's an excellent small house in the middle of a functional little town.
    5 of 5

    The house basically has three rooms: the kitchen/diner, bedroom and small sitting room with open roof terrace. There is also a shower-room/wc. It's small but it all works very well. The ground floor kitchen/diner has all you need including a good wood burning stove for cooler months. There are also electric heaters should you need them. The bedroom on the first floor is fine with adequate storage and a good bed. The sitting room on the top floor is small but with big windows looking onto a similarly sized roof terrace where you can sit out. It is all well decorated and very well kept. The owner is local and very helpful. We found parking right outside the front door to be easy, but it was a French school holiday period, but parking is not going to be a problem. The town is small but manages three or more bakeries, several restaurants and bars, post office, butcher and good modern super market - all within walking distance. It also has a good cave cooperative selling its good wine at good prices under the name of "Brian". On Tuesdays there is an enormous local market running through half of the town. It's very good with a wide range of products. Excellent for vegetables etc. The market comes within about 80m of the house - no need to drive and park. Further afield, there's lots to see and do and getting around by car is easy. We enjoyed our stay and will return.

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • A lovely place with a great deal of interest, particularly for wine lovers
    5 of 5

    Laurence made us feel extremely welcome. We settled into the comfortable apartment immediately and were able to enjoy the beautiful surroundings (vineyards, private garden and swimming pool). The apartment was as descibed, spotlessly clean, tastefully furnished with all the facilities that we required for our stay. In particular, we were fascinated by the tour of the wine making facility and Laurence's explanation of the history of the chateau, her family connections with the area and how her grandfather changed from a Roquefort cheese manufacturer to a winemaker. Overall, we had a very relaxing week in the region and we were in easy reach of beautiful towns such as Carcassonne and Narbonne. In addition, the local town, Lezignan Corbiere was well served by good supermarkets, restuarants and shops. Very many thanks to Laurence for making our stay so memorable. Tony, Val and Paul Haslam

    Stayed: Sep 2018