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Montaren-et-Saint-Médiers Holiday Houses

Recent Reviews

  • Simply beautifull
    5 of 5

    We we're met by pascale ,who was very welcoming and explained everything with great detail ,it in the heart of a fine village ,within walking distance to anything ,last minute you may need a stylish ,house beautifully finished with high end appliances ,the attention to detail is impeccable ,wouldn't hesitate to stay over and over again ,it's a hidden gem ,

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • A delightful house with practical and beautiful living spaces, quality furnishings in a lively town
    5 of 5

    After every outing it was a delight to return to this house. The top level with large kitchen/ eating area with lots of natural light was our favourite meeting spot on cool or rainy days and on sunny days we opened the doors to the two attractive balconies on either side to enjoy open air and privacy combined. The linen, furnishings and kitchen ware were all good quality. On the practical side, having three bedrooms with ensuites plus another toilet on the level below the kitchen made for comfortable living. Everything was perfectly clean and beautifully presented. Stephanie, the owner, was so helpful beforehand, answering all my questions and concerns. During our week in Uzes, Annie was always available for any immediate problems or questions. The house is in a quiet pedestrian street which leads to the centre of the town. We were 5 minutes walk from the Saturday and Wednesday market, 5 minutes from the little supermarket, Spar, and so close to all the restaurants and shops in this beautifully preserved and very lively town. There was a boulangerie at the end of our street for our morning bread and crossiants. We enjoyed three inexpensive and good quality restaurants, Les Deux Freres d’Uzes, Ma Cantine and the creperie Le Bolee. And there are many more restaurants that come with recommendations. It was a 35 minute bus ride to Nimes for our day trip, and not far to drive to Canoe Collias for our canoeing under the Pont du Gard. We enjoyed exploring the historical side of Uzes as well as walking in the beautifully peaceful Vallee d’Eure. The 1900 museum is fascinating, 5-10 minute drive or 35 minute walk out of town. The town is small enough to wander around and yet big enough to sustain lots of shops and restaurants. Although we had hired a car, we did not want to have to rely on driving every time we wanted to do something. Here we had the town so easily accessible and a house that was in a beautiful old building but modernised to allow for enjoyable and spacious living. It is on four levels but this is a part of life in a traditional French building and necessary if you want the spacious living areas. We loved our week in Uzes and this had much to do with the town itself and particularly to this charming house.

    Stayed: Oct 2018
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