You will love
- Enjoying the charm of this village house
- The 7.5m x 2m heated salt water pool
- Having the village green opposite...
- Playing a game of boules
- Exploring Languedoc and Provence landmarks
Your chosen dates
- Uzes 11km
- Bagnols-sur-Ceze 23km
- Ales 32km
- Agignon | Nimes 48km
- Montpellier 97km
- Marseilles 145km
- Nimes 48km
- Marseilles 145km
- Avignon TGV 48km
- St Laurent-la-Vernede 4km
- Golf Club (Uzes) 10km
- Boules pitch La Brughuiere village
- Table Tennis La Brughuiere village
Languedoc village house with pool - Situated at the entrance of a tranquil village and just a five-minute drive from shops and restaurants in nearby St Laurent, Maison du Gard is a charming, traditional stone-built village house with lots of character, ideally positioned to explore Uzes, Avignon, the Aqueduct of Pont du Gard and other famous landmarks of both the Languedoc and Provence regions.
Recently renovated and tastefully furnished in keeping with the local style, the accommodation of Maison du Gard is comfortably spread over three floors, with a spacious open plan living area on the first floor and a small, yet delightful walled garden featuring ornamental plants, elegant garden furniture and a lovely heated pool. Just opposite the house is the village green and square with a boules pitch and a table-tennis table.
This area known as the Gard, borders Provence and the Languedoc and boasts a rich artistic and cultural heritage. Medieval Uzes, less than ten minutes' drive from Maison du Gard, offers visitors a lively atmosphere all-year-round, as well a picturesque castle, an impressive cathedral, a typical provencal weekly market, smart boutiques and an array of pavement cafes and high quality restaurants. The monumental aqueduct of Pont du Gard is a striking sight but kids may also want to visit the Haribo sweet factory nearby! A little further afield , other places of interest include the ancient Roman towns of Arles and Orange, the Gardon grottos and the beautiful towns of St Remy, and Avignon. Beaches are within day-trip distance; the Marina and old town of Aigues Mortes are just over an hourís drive, whilst Montpellier and the golden sandy beaches of Sete are 1 hour 30 mins.
Dining room, door to outdoor dining facilities.
Kitchen/ breakfast room, open fireplace.
Shower room, WC.
Large open plan living area (TV), large windows with far-reaching views.
Master double bedroom (1.60m).
Separate bathroom, WC.
Double bedroom (1.60m), ensuite shower room, WC.
Double/twin bedroom (2x0.80m or 1.60m).
Separate bathroom, bath, WC.
Twin/double bedroom (2x0.80m or 1.60m)
Small walled, paved courtyard garden (no lawn - village green opposite for older children to play), ornamental plants, cypress trees. Patio, outdoor dining facilities, charcoal portable BBQ. 7.5m x 2m solar heated salt-water pool (depth: 1.50m, Roman steps). Street parking available.
Please note: the house is on a junction opposite the village green where there is a large flat grass area, boules pitch and table tennis table. Whilst this is a very quiet village with no amenities, you are nonetheless on a road in a village setting and must expect to hear some local 'village life' and traffic noise from the front of the property.
Included: Pool heating (solar panels). WiFi internet. Change of linen for two-week bookings. Pool towels. 2 all-terrain bicycles.
Extras: Winter heating on consumption (Oct to May). Maid service Ä15 per hour. Telephone. This villa can accommodate 3 extra people on request, at an extra charge
“ This small peaceful village has lots of charm and it is the perfect place to chill out yet it is quite close to the historic village of Uzes where one can go to find good restaurants, markets, shops and culture. Try L'Ancienne Gare or L'Artemise, on Chemin de la Fontaine aux Boeufs, for excellent food. For the active types there are many interesting places to visit in the surrounding region stretching from the Gorges de l'Ardeche and the Aqueduct of Pont de Guard to St Remy and Avignon; there is so much to discover. ”
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