The house is a beautiful 7 bedroom traditional home, in the heart of the Languedoc, with a large outdoor space and fabulous brand new heated pool with stunning views looking all the way to the Pyrenees! The pool is 10m x 4.5m and has a large shallow end, perfect for families with small children or for just relaxing with a gin and tonic in the sun. The house is newly renovated and spacious.
The house has 7 bedrooms, 2 x super king (one with an extra single bed), 1 x king size, 2 x doubles, 1 x twin and 1 x single.
In the garden there are two generous dining tables on the terrace - seating 10 each, and a BBQ for wonderful outdoor eating.
The accommodation has free wifi, end cleaning, fluffy bath towels and pool towels, bed linen of course is also included.
The accommodation is located in the heart of a vibrant charming village, within walking distance of three lovely bakeries and cafes. There are two restaurants in the village which we would highly recommend. The oyster van arrives every Friday night at the small square. Here you also can find the local food market , Tuesdays and Saturdays which in less than a minutes walk from the front door. The historic town of Beziers is only 10 minutes drive away and has many restaurants to suit all tastes.
The house was built in the middle of the 19th century but has all the mod-cons, with a new fully fitted kitchen, en-suites and beautiful original fireplaces, a gorgeous sweeping staircase and original windows. The ceilings are wonderfully high, keeping the house cool in summer. We also have a portable air conditioning unit that you can use.
The house is 15mins drive from Beziers airport, 50mins drive from Carcassonne airport and 1hour from Montpellier.
The local area is amazing, close to the National Park with white water rafting, caving (amazing stalactites!), hiking and climbing and also close to the Mediterranean beaches, Serignan Plage is just gorgeous...miles and miles of beautiful pristine sand. There are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Pont du Gard, Canal du Midi and Carcassonne's old walls and castles. Well worth a visit! The Cathar castles are also very interesting, as are the villages of St. Guilheim-le-Désert and Aigues Mortes, dating back to the Knights Templar.