a restored vine grower's house for your Mediterranean getaway


Trois Oliviers will suit families or couples looking for a relaxing holiday in a beautiful region of France where they can stroll to a typical old village and enjoy a meal or a drink and where the stunning beaches of the Mediterranean are but a few minutes drive away.

Trots Oliviers is a beautifully restored 200-years old vine grower’s house with a swimming pool and extensive gardens to provide comfortable family accommodation. 

Set in a quiet lane on the edge of a very pretty Languedoc village and close to the Mediterranean.



 2 Bedrooms (sleeps 4 + cot)

2 Bedrooms (sleeps 4 + cot)

 1 Bath

1 Bath



 600€ - 980€

600€ - 980€



(€ per week)


30 June – 1 Sept


28 April – 26 May

26 May – 30 June

1 Sept – 27 Oct

Saturday switch overs. All linens and towels provided.




The Details

Rental periods are Saturday to Saturday, and prices include all linen, towels and beach towels. No smoking within the house please.

Trois Oliviers comprises of the ground floor of an extensive 200-year-old wine growers house, which has been tastefully (the first floor is the owners holiday accommodation). The property also benefits from UK satellite TV and free internet access via wifi broadband.

There is a spacious split-level living/dining room with French windows leading out to the shaded courtyard. A compact kitchen with hob, oven, microwave, fridge as well as ample cutlery and crockery. There is also a shower room with toilet and wash hand basin. The local village its self has several shops a bar and a very good restaurant all within a few minutes walk.

The property sleeps four people in two delightful bedrooms, both with comfortable beds and plenty of wardrobe space. A cot can be provided upon request.

Bedroom 1: double bed

Bedroom 2: two twin beds



The property also boasts an extensive rear garden, lawns and a swimming pool, (10 m x 4 m) which has views of the surrounding countryside. Around the swimming pool is a large area of lawn with table, chairs and sun beds; there is also a pleasant sun terrace, which gets morning sun, great for al fresco breakfasts.

To the front of the property is a large courtyard with table chairs and a working bread oven, which can be used to prepare meats, pizzas or fish for really exquisite suppers. This area is well shaded by a huge plain tree and the area its self abounds with plants and shrubs.


The Area

From ancient villages to the modern holiday complexes of the coast, the Languedoc/Roussillon region begs to be explored. One of the Mediterranean's most glorious regions, the area enjoys more than three hundred days of sunshine a year.

In our pretty village of Neffies you will find two restaurants, bars, and bakers.

From the ancient city walls of Carcassonne to the modern holiday complexes of the coast, the Languedoc/Roussillon region begs to be explored. Strung along the shoreline from the Spanish border to the River Rhone, the region includes long sandy beaches and quiet little coves, pretty fishing ports and first class watersports. Inland, the sunshine works its magic on mile upon mile of vineyards, the vital ingredient for the region's proud boast of being, by far the biggest wine producer in France. Explore the Languedoc and you discover the beautiful blending of Catalan colour and French elegance, combined with the region's colourful history of the Cathars. 

Almost half of all French wine production is based in the Languedoc Roussillon region - so there's ample opportunity to sample local vintages, which include: Corbieres, Minervois, and Fitou. Food fayre includes popular international dishes along with Spanish and Moorish traditions - couscous and paella are available in most towns. A notable French speciality of the region is the comfort food 'cassoulet' a mix of beans and preserved meat.

Trois Olivieres is perfectly placed for exploring this stunningly beautiful region of France. It is positioned close to the Mediterranean between Montpellier and Béziers. The beaches of the Mediterranean are only 30 minutes drive as are the mountains, gorges and lakes of the Haut Languedoc National Park, a walkers paradise. For those interested in history the area abounds with medieval towns and villages and close by are the haunting Cathar castles. For the really adventurous the Spanish border can be reached in about 90 minutes and Barcelona a further 75 minutes.

Access to the area is easy by air to Montpellier, Beziers, Nimes, Carcassonne or Perpignan


Trois Oliviers Availability

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