La Libellule

PR1640
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You will love

  • The Magnificent country views
  • swimming in the 16m x 5m infinity pool
  • Pampering yourself in the wellness centre...
  • with hammam, steam room, and gym
  • The underfloor cooling system

Your chosen dates

  • arrival
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  • Length
    Weeks
  • Town/Village
  • Montaren under 3 km
  • Uzès 8 km
  • Nimes 30 km
  • Avignon 45 km
  • Airport
  • Nimes 45 km
  • Montpellier 86 km
  • Shop/Restaurant
  • Bakery | Shops | restaurants under 3 km
  • Activity
  • Tennis (Uzès) 8 km
  • Golf (Uzès) 11 km

Situated in the heart of the beautiful Languedoc countryside and furnished to an exceptionally high standard throughout, this old stone priory near Uzès is a true delight.

The stone baths and stone walls throughout compliment the designer décor, making for a comfortable living environment which is accentuated by the underfloor cooling system, king size beds and state-of-the-art professional kitchen. The luxury of the interior is matched by the exterior, with the private infinity pool looking across the vast farmland and vineyards which surround the villa. What a treat it is to stay here in this pretty hamlet in the midst of such tranquil countryside, whilst only being a short drive from the village of Montaren with its bakery, shops and restaurant, as well as the famously charming town of Uzès.

This part of the Languedoc-Provence border in the Gard has so much to offer. The quaint, cobbled streets of nearby Uzès come to life during the Wednesday and Saturday morning markets throughout the year, where you can find some of the region’s finest produce. The golden stone of the old town buildings install an authentic charm, whilst the medieval garden, with its 450 varieties of plants, is a delightful green retreat. Further afield, the city of Nimes is equally famed for its rich cultural heritage. Its amphitheatre, widely considered the best preserved in France, dates back thousands of years and still hosts a range of music concerts and cultural festivals to this day. To the north of the city, the Archaeological Museum boasts one of the richest collections of artefacts in France, whilst the Fine Arts Museum is home to some of the country's greatest works. You certainly will not be short of things to do during your stay at La Libellule.

Ground floor:
Lobby
Wine cellar
Wellness centre with hammam, steam room, shower room, large fully-equipped gym  
Large professional kitchen with French doors onto dining terrace
Dining room
Wine cellar
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), sitting area, French doors onto garden terrace with dining facilities, ensuite bathroom, WC
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), French doors onto garden terrace, ensuite bathroom, WC

First floor:
Living room with open-tread stairs to library mezzanine (care with young children)
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), sitting area, patio door onto small garden terrace with outdoor seating and courtyard-style garden with water feature, integral bathroom, WC
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), open-tread stairs to private terrace (care with young children), ensuite bathroom, WC
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), sitting area, ensuite bathroom, WC
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), open-tread stairs to private terrace (care with young children), ensuite bathroom, WC
Kitchen with open-tread stairs to mezzanine (care with young children)
Study

Second floor:
Double/twin bedroom (2.4m), integral bathroom, WC
Living room leading to terrace.
Separate terrace accessed via first floor bedroom

Grounds:
Totally-enclosed grounds. Covered terrace with outdoor dining facilities. Charcoal BBQ. Decked terrace with sun loungers leading to fenced private 16m x 5m infinity pool (depth: 1.3m – 1.6m, Roman steps).

There is ample parking for up to 6 cars in Public Square outside grounds of the property.  

Owing to the villa’s configuration (open stairs) we do not recommend this villa for very young children.

Included: 2 hours daily maid service. Underfloor cooling system. WiFi internet. Pool towels. Winter heating.  

“ There are many interesting places to visit in the surrounding region of this wonderful property. The small medieval village of Montaren a short drive away is where you can buy all the essentials plus there is a "cave" (winery) at the edge of the village where you can buy the local wine. The place to go for restaurants and culture is Uzes .Try the restaurant L’Ancienne Gare - very good food - and one of the best in terms of both cuisine and location is L’Artemise on Chemin de la Fontaine aux Boeufs. ”

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