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Recent Reviews

  • A charming house!
    5 of 5

    We had the pleasure of staying for 2 weeks in September, and the house was perfect! Very centrally located - 5 minute walk to the bustling town centre - but very peaceful and relaxing in the back garden. The house looks tiny from the front, but as soon as you go through the hallway, it opens out to a lovely open plan lounge and kitchen. Very airy and spacious feel. The garden is lovely - big enough for us, with sun loungers, shady areas if needed, and the bbq and swimming pool were a real bonus. The house was very well equipped - lovely kitchen. Bedrooms were perfect, and useful to have a small toilet upstairs for during the night, as well as the main bathroom downstairs. But do be careful as the stairs are quite steep! Parking was no problem - the road is very narrow so you double-park outside when you first arrive to unload your luggage (the owners live next door and will meet you on arrival), and then just a 1-minute drive (and 3 minutes walk back) to a private parking space in the next road. This worked really well, and meant we didn't have to worry about where to park each day when we came back from a day out. The nearest beach was 15 minutes drive - Plage du Grand Travers, with free parking. So wide with clear water and beautiful sand! We also discovered 3 others in the area (Carnon, l'Espiguette and Stes Maries de la Mer) which were equally as good. Lots of places to visit - Arles, Nimes, Sommieres (Saturday market), Aigues-Mortes - and we also did a 4x4 trip to the Camargue which was good fun! Didier and Sandrine were the perfect hosts, made us feel welcome, and gave us lots of useful information about the house and area when we arrived. Thank you.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • It was very clean, modern and in an excellent location.
    4 of 5

    We decided to make up the futon as a bed during the duration of the stay to save sorting it out every night. It did mean we were restricted to sitting on the high chairs at the breakfast bar, but as we were out most of the time and really only intended to sleep in the accommodation this wasn't a problem to us. The proximity to the beach was fantastic, we were on bicycles and it was great to come back and go for a swim every day. We were also fortunate that the Arenes du Grau du Roi was being held and the horses and bulls were run through the town every day ending up on the beach right next to the property. This is a perfect base, there is so much to do locally. We can highly recommend it.

    Stayed: Sep 2018