this villa...something special
A delightful, well equipped villa with pool and Jacuzzi...this really is a superb property. It will suit families looking for a ‘get away from it all’ holiday where they can relax by their own pool and enjoy the extensive amenities provided.
The property is a 5 min walk from the centre of a very pretty Languedoc village which has a bar/restaurant, bakery, provisions shop and one of the best ‘Cave co-operatives in the area.
Close to The Mediterranean and surrounded by wonderful scenery.
This Villa has been awarded a 4 star rating by “des Herbergement Touristiques” in France
(€ per week)
26 May – 1 Sept
6 Jan – 26 May
1 Sept – 29 Oct
Saturday switch overs. All linens and towels provided.
The owners offer a welcome basket filled with local produce, cheese, honey, salami, pate de Pezenas, various jams etc for guests to enjoy on their arrival, and also the all-important wine, beer and soft drinks. There are fans all around inside the property and the villa also benefits from full central heating for off season lets. The owners are always on hand should guests have any questions on where to go and what to see. Rental prices are per week, Saturday to Saturday unless agreed beforehand and include linen and towels. No smoking in the house please. This Villa has been awarded a 4 star rating by “des Herbergement Touristiques” in France
The Kitchen: very well fitted with a three ring induction hob, electric oven, fridge-freezer, microwave, dish washer, toaster, blender, kettle etc. plenty of work top space and cupboards for storage. There is a door leading to the dining area and also to the terrace and BBQ area, where there is a large covered BBQ area and a sink. There is a door to a wash room where you will find a washing machine, tumble dryer and cupboards with pool and beach toys. There is also a cool box for beach days.
Dining area: this is a very bright and good sized area, dining table which seats six and two sofas with coffee table. The large terrace doors open fully to bring outside in doors. These lead directly onto the terrace and pool area. Both main floor bedrooms leads off the dining area.
Bedroom 1: two twin beds with separate WC and hand basin, chest of drawers, door leading to the ensuite shower room with hand basin, large shower and clothes hanging space.
Bedroom 2: double bed in a good size room with doors to a small terrace, ensuite with bath and shower attachment, hand basin, clothes hanging area and a cupboard housing a safe.
There is a mezzanine sitting area with two sofas, childs bean bag, bar fridge, large flat screen TV with UK and French satellite, MP3 music center, and DVD player. There are several DVDs available and a library area with English and French books.
Bedroom 3: two twin beds and a chest of drawers with limited hanging space. A door leads to an ensuite shower and hand basin.
There is a large terraced area for outside eating, a covered area with table and chairs, sun loungers, lawned area, and a further covered area with table tennis. The swimming pool has an alarm and is fenced for your safety. There is off street parking and a garage enclosed by a gate.
The house is situated next to the "Mas Vigneron" at the edge of the village of Cabrieres. Surrounded by vines, the property is completed enclosed and private. The view of the garden and the surrounding hillstops from the pool is magnificent. On a clear day you can see the Mediterranean sea, and the Etang de Thau (a famous oyster and mussel farming lake), the summit of the Aigoual mountain (at 1500 m2), the plateau of Caroux, the Pyrennees, the Canigou and the Cap de Creus in Spain.
The property is a 5 min walk from the centre of the village of Cabrieres which has a bar/restaurant, bakery, provisions shop. There is also a tennis court in the village. The Cave Co-operative sells wonderful village wines at superb prices, its tasting area is something special and the villa owner is happy to assist you sampling the local wine.
The Languedoc area of France is nature at its best, from the Camargue in the west to the eastern end of the Pyrenees. From the wild and lonely Causses to the sunny Mediterranean coast. Across highly scented garrigue and sun-soaked vineyards, there is an incomparable variety of scenery and fascinating towns and villages to discover.
A land of many influences and a fascinating past, Languedoc-Roussillon has a superb architectural heritage covering over 2000 years of history. Take a bike ride along the winding little roads through the vineyards (bicycles can be hired close by) or take a short drive to the beaches of the Mediterranean.
The whole region is dominated by vineyards, and much life revolves around the production of wine. Languedoc-Roussillon claims to be the largest vineyard in the world, and anyone who has spent a holiday here wouldn't argue with this.
Cap d'Agde has some 14 km of fine beaches and many attractions for the children like Toonland and the famous Aqualand with its giant flumes, water slides and wave machine as well as a super tots area for the very young. Valras is a splendid Mediterranean resort with a wonderful sandy beach and a play area right on the beach for the children.
As well as beaches, there are beautiful lakes, mountains and gorges within one hours drive. Just 30 min away, the Heric Gorge is one of the most outstanding beauty spots in the Espinouse mountain range. The walls of the gorge are the finest rock faces in the region and the area is popular with walkers and climbers. The paths and rock pools provide a wonderful venue for a days exploring and picnicking. The is a super little scenic road train that takes visitors on a picturesque route as far as the Gouffre du Cerisier when you can chose either the train to return or take a splendid walk back down past the rock pools and foaming waters of the Heric. Swim under the many waterfalls, work up an appetite for a delicious open air feast of local cheese’s and meats washed down with a bottle of Languedoc wine.
The area has large numbers of medieval towns and villages to visit including Pézenas (15 min), St Guilhem-le-Desert (25 min) and the Cite of Carcassonne (90 min but worth the trip). Just over an hour’s drive will take you to the heart of Cathar country with its imposing castles and monasteries such as Montsegur and Queribus.
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