With its privileged panoramic view over the city of Montlaur and its castle, surrounded by 15 hectares of orchard, its southern exposure, sunny from sunrise to sunset, you discover the Gîte de la Grande Robine with its 180 m2 equipped for 8 to 10 people , along the private river (20 meters).
You will appreciate its big room to be lived and its three doors windows overlooking 2 terraces of 40 m2 each, with a chimney insert for the winter, a big TV 3D (and Internet), its American kitchen, its 4 rooms, its 3 rooms bathroom, and its 3 WC (including 1 separate), on the ground floor its large game room (, balls, board games, card games), with its additional trundle bed and a small bed, armchair and a TV ( TNT).
You will enjoy its meadow park of more than one hectare, along the river "Ardèche" with its fishing on site, in the shade of hackberry, plane trees, maples, poplars or other acacias, and its "boating" to the shelter of the glances, its 3 terraces with the exceptional sight on the ridge of Aubenas and the surrounding countryside. In the summer, enjoy the freshness of a hundred-year-old plane tree or the shade of an imposing golden cedar tree, unless you look for that of a majestic poplar, or another silver cedar while listening to the rippling from the nearby river, you will rest on the island, or simply enjoy air conditioning in all rooms, and in winter, the warmth of the wood fire crackling in its insert or central heating adjustable by room.
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the place for a refreshing rest, or, conversely, the pleasure of unforgettable celebrations.
In the heart of southern Ardèche you can visit the many villages of characters nearby. "But the mountain is beautiful," the land of Jean Ferrat (Antraigues-sur-Volane 5km), for hiking, alpine skiing or snowshoeing, or admire all the wealth of the many natural attractions ranging from Mont Gerbier rush (source Ardèche), Lake Issarlès (and its sandy beach) and Mont Mézenc, at the Pont d'Arc Cave (Cave of Chauvet) or other Orgnac in through the wood of Païolive (his funny rocks sculpted by wind and water and primitive forest of oaks) and the gorges of the Ardeche.
In foodie, you can either grill your steak tender of "fat end of Mézenc" or your mountain trout "plateau of Areilladou" on the barbecue outside. Or, if you prefer, enjoy the Ardèche specialties that are: the raspberries with chard or chestnut, the Pouitrole in summer or the Maouche in winter, the pork in all their forms, the chestnut soup, the cheeses of the Areilladou (Ardèche Plateau), and all its sun-drenched fruits and vegetables from the peasant markets, you will savor the many varietal wines according to your taste, far from the "piquette" of yesteryear sung by Jean Férat.