I bought my partner to the South of France (&Spain) for a two week break. Alex, Greg & Sam are great hosts & make you feel very welcome & included. We had a great time. The property is lovely & the kitchenette in the rooms makes life very easy if you are not up to eating out all the time, however, there are many restaurants locally to choose from. In the village, is as you would expect, for you bread, meat, cheese, supermarket etc. There are mountain bikes at Cinq & Sept along with walking & driving maps, lots of information regarding local beaches, bars, tourism etc. All in all, the pool seemed rarely used in the day & meant I could float around nude all day!
I like to be a little objective on these things & would say that the option for breakfast would be great as would the rooms being serviced daily - this however, I do understand, is my personal preference & would not suit everyone. For these reasons, I have marked as below - in that the property is imaculate when you arrive but if your stay is more than a few days, hot weather etc....
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in the centre of a traditional wine-making village in the unspoilt Languedoc region of the south of France, Cinq & Sept is only 25 minutes' drive from the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean, and 50 minutes from France's second 'gay capital' - Montpellier. Cinq & Sept offers you 5 luxurious, self-catering suites each with a complete kitchen, en-suite shower room, sitting area and dining area. The accommodation at Cinq & Sept is set within a grand 18th century 'maison bourgeoise'. Please note that Cinq & Sept is exclusively for gay guests (male & female) from the 1st May - end of October each year. Outside these we dates we welcome everybody. ... more less