|03 / 05 / 2014 - 21 / 06 / 2014||£ 895|
|21 / 06 / 2014 - 30 / 08 / 2014||£ 1350|
|30 / 08 / 2014 - 27 / 09 / 2014||£ 895|
Security Deposit: £ 300.00
Languedoc is one of the least expensive areas of France with the hottest and driest climate.
Narbonne is only 15 minutes drive away from the house and is brimming with shops, cafes and restaurants, and historical interest.
Nartonne is only minutes from the coast (Narbonne Plage); the Corbieres wine area and the tranquil waters of the Canal du Midi which meanders through the vine filled plains of the Minervois.
Attractions in the area: the medieval fortified city of Carcassonne, Cathar castles of Queribus and Peyrepertuse. Golf, tennis and cycle hire. Riding, walking fishing, swimming, and canoeing along the crystal clear waters of the rivers Orb, Cesse and Aude, or splashing under the waterfall at the ancient village of Roquebrun.
Roman remains in Nimes, the famous Pont du Gard; stunning gorges, grottoes, canyons and the magnificent vineyards of the Minervois and Corbieres with abundant wine tasting.
The long sandy Mediterranean beaches are half an hours drive away - Narbonne Plage with its cafes, bars and ice-cream parlours. Gruissan, a beautifully landscaped resort full of flowers, palm trees and oleander bushes, with a chic new marina, old port, and pink flamingos.
This property is situated on a working vineyard in a quiet, rural location, 3km from the typical French village of Coursan in the heart of the Languedoc region.
Coursan has all the usual shops, including a large supermarket, bakery, chemist, newsagent, cafe bars and restaurants.
Only a 20 minute drive through the vineyards to the coast.
The house dates back to the 18th century and has been beautifully restored in a rustic style with many original features retained such as exposed stone work and ceiling beams. It is part of a former wine domaine and was once owned by the Toulouse Lautrec family.
Enter the property into a very impressive large entrance hall with staircase leading up to the first floor.
To the left is the living room which has a couple of sofas and easy chairs, a large fireplace and original beams. Patio doors lead onto a terrace. TV with UK satellite channels, DVD, CD and video.
From here an archway leads to the dining area which has exposed stone walls and beams. There is a wood table with chairs and a benchseat for up to 12 people.
The dining area leads into the lovely rustic style kitchen which has a central breakfast bar area with stools, an electric oven, 4 gas hobs, fridge freezer and dishwasher.
A door leads out to a private courtyard with table, chairs and BBQ.
Also on the ground floor there is the first of the bedrooms which is a double, with ensuite washroom with shower and basin. It also houses the washing machine and dryer.
A door from the dining area leads into the garage/games area which has a table tennis table and access to the garden and swimming pool is via large patio doors.
On the first floor you will find three bedrooms, one double and two twin rooms. The beds in one of the twin rooms are really only suitable for children.
Family bathroom with shower and bath, WC and twin hand basins.
Outside you can relax and enjoy the wonderful views over the vineyards in the large courtyard garden (approx 600m².)
The private pool is 10m x 5m and there is a sun terrace with
sunloungers, table and chairs.
The property has a BBQ and table tennis.
- Linen and towels included.
- Visited by one of our team - recommended.
- No dogs allowed
" COUR102 - Previous guest comments: " The property photos were accurate and the property was lovely. The property was good value for money and the equipment in the property was very good. " Rick ( August 2010 ) " The property description and photos were accurate and our expectations exceeded. It was good value for money and the cleanliness on arrival was good. Great property, we had a great week there. " Ninot ( Summer 2010 ) "