The house has everything you need for the ideal holiday with family and friends. It's comfy, interesting and homely, a bit shabby-chic, evolved rather than interior designed.
The terrace with outdoor sofa's, the large heated pool and outside covered eating area provide the perfect location for relaxation and al fresco dining.
We can provide holiday catering with a private chef, allowing yourself a night off from cooking whilst still enjoying all the benefits of self-catering accommodation.
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There are many features to this house that make it special. The house has over 220m2 of living space and 1800m2 of garden and land with amazing views of the Cevennes, France's largest regional park of some 200,000 acres. There is a large kitchen with a family-sized table as well as an outside covered eating area terrace, perfect for entertaining. The master bedroom with en-suite has a large balcony with table/chairs overlooking the garden and mountains. There are many comfortable areas - the large sitting room (42 feet long), a small study as well as a second sitting room opening on to the vine terrace and heated pool. The 15 metre heated swimming pool is surrounded by a paved terrace and fully fenced with spectacular views. There is also ample parking at the back of the house. Children are very welcome and the house is equipped with a chest full of toys, puzzles as well as satellite television, free Wi-Fi and air conditioning in the bedrooms and kitchen.
The house is located in the small picturesque village of Monoblet. Within a 3 min walk, there is a baker, post office, bar, a simple French restaurant, children's playground and riding school.
Nearby towns of St. Hippolyte-du-Fort (8 kms) and Anduze (13 kms) have good shopping facilities, open-air markets, cafes, banks, bars, restaurants as well as bike hire. Tennis courts, excellent cycling, canoeing, pony-trekking, river swimming and golf are also close by. Other attractions include some splendid caves called Grotte des Demoiselles and a steam train that runs regularly up the valley from Anduze to St. Jean-du-Gard.
The Carmargue, the coast and the larger towns of Nimes, Uzes and Montpellier are about an hour away.