At the edge of the Cevennes National Park this website is protected World Heritage Site by Unesco. It is part of the world's Biosphere. The Mas itself is located on our 15-acre landscaped property includes meadows, an olive grove, chestnut groves, pine forests, mountains of green and white oaks and a river in the Galeizon Valley. This is a typical Cevennes Mas in stone, a former silk renovated where you can relax or distract you. The entrance is through a courtyard and a terrace from which you can have. The ground floor comprises a large kitchen where you can take your meals around a large table, a lounge opening onto a private terrace of 30 m², the ponds bathroom and separate WC, and a clearance hall (wardrobe and luggage). Upstairs you have two bedrooms, a large bedroom and a small room well lit that give one side on the terrace of the entrance and the other side on the terrace overlooking the road and gardens. On the private terrace overlooking our gardens you will find a garden with 8 seats. You will find the sun and freshness at a time, the great calm. You are close to a river (10 minutes walk), close to many great hiking trails, an equestrian center (5 minutes by car), and the sea is an hour away. You have access to green spaces of the property converted into places of rest, walk, picnic, dinner or barbecue (stone). If you want to move, many tourist attractions available to you. The cottage is open all year. You can also skip meals command (local, organic) if you wish.
Mas 19th century in typical Cevennes hamlet, on beautiful landscaped property
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- 23 Aug 2018
The Cevennes listed World Heritage Site, on the theme of Mediterranean agro-pastoralism. Inclusion on this list confirms the exceptional value of this nature (flora and fauna are protected) and the region with a strong historical identity (history of Protestantism, Camisard) and cultural. It is a mountain landscape crossed by numerous valleys. You will find a floristic diversity. Villages and stone farmhouses are located on 'terraces' with architectures intimately linked to the cultivation of silk worms and exploitation of chestnut. Tourist attractions are many and varied: the famous Pont du Gard, the Bamboo Prafrance, Mine indicator Ales, the Desert Museum (Protestantism) ... Depending on your tastes you can visit castles, natural attractions, cultural and unusual museums or sports activities outdoors. You can also travel singular: take the steam train of the Cevennes to Saint Jean du Gard or ride a donkey (in the footsteps of Stevenson) or carriages!
Le jour de votre arrivée nous vous remettrons les clefs en échange d'un chèque de caution d'un montant de 500 euros. Ce chèque ne sera pas encaissé, il vous sera restitué le jour de votre départ après la vérification du bon état des lieux.