Nestled in well-shaded, mature gardens, La Bergerie is located on the ground floor of a newly renovated old bergerie (shepherd's dwelling).
Sleeping 6, this 2 bed property with full wheel-chair access composes of a large attractive and well-equipped kitchen/diner, a spacious, sunny lounge with books, games,toys, stereo, TV, DVD, sofa and sofa-bed , two bedrooms and a luxury bathroom with italian walk-in shower. A cot and highchair are available if necessary.
Bed linen and towels are provided.
Outside features include secure parking, guests dining area with BBQ and dining furniture. For youngsters there are swings, a slide and a netted trampoline.
To the rear of the property is a secure pool with roman steps that is shared with the on-site owners, a retired couple.
Pool inflatables and loungers are provided.
A welcome pack makes sure you make the most of this beautiful region during your stay.
La Bergerie is a stroll from the village restaurant,commerces and medieval centre.
Whatever your holiday dreams, the location of La Bergerie can fulfill them.
Le Pouget is steeped in history. Its' medieval centre hosts an vibrant street festival of music, theatre, food and wine in mid-August. In the surrounding hills ancient ruins overlook the village and beside the children's farm there is an ancient Dolmen.
The dinosaur museum at Mèze hosts many remains of dinosaurs and eggs found in the region but if that's going back a bit too far in history for you why not head up the nearby A 75 to the templar village of La Couvertoirade.
Why not pass a Sunday morning at Mèze. ( 24km) Soak up the atmosphere of the lively market and then head back to a little port-side café and watch the world go by Then head off to nearby Bouzigues and take a guided tour of the oyster beds followed by a tasting.
Or why not hire a boat at Agde and head-off down the Canal du Midi for an afternoon. For children there's funparks and amusements of Cap d'Agde.
If this all a little too calm for you head off to the rapids in the gorges north of the historical and picturesque St Guilhem le Desert (16km).Or hire your watersports equipement at the Lac du Salagou ( 19km). Mountain bikes are also available to hire to explore the strange copper-coloured landscape that surrounds the lake.
The historical market towns of Clermont L'herault ( 7km) and Pezenas are close-by (18km) the pottery village of St Jean de Fos now boasts a great museum and hosts a great pottery market every August.
Late summer and early autumn the village is animated by the harvesting of the grapes.The heady odours waft over to the gîte and the village streets are stained red with the overspill of the convoy to the cave .Down at the cave you can witness the initial crushing of the grapes in enormous vats.The village is set in the midst of vineyards and the autumn foliage on the vines is a breathtaking mixture of red, yellow and orange.The village has many beautiful hilltop walks with panoramic views of the L'Hérault countryside.
On the first two sundays of March the village hosts a magnificent carnaval with enormous, colourful floats pulled by the winegrower's tractors.
Thanks to the village location of La Bergerie a taste of real french village life is on the doorstep. However due to its' calm setting in large gardens La Bergerie is also a haven of peace.
Upon arrival at La Bergerie the on-sight owners will provide you with a welcome pack to make sure that you make the most of this beatiful, varied region. You are assured of privacy in your independant gîte but can be reassured that they are happy to help you with any of your queries such as babysitting services, doctors,etc.