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This gite is located on a working wine Domaine in the Languedoc and shares an outdoor pool, garden with barbecue, chairs and tables and a laundry room with the two other gites on the property. The property is located in the Domaine courtyard and the accommodation is all on the 1st floor, accessed by a staircase and with its own front door. The kitchen features a hob, oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, coffee maker and pans etc. Plates and cutlery are provided. Bed linen and towels are available on request. Secure parking is available inside the domaine courtyard.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Interaction with guests:
The owners are Russian and speak only a little English.
I (Ann, the manageress) live in the village and am available by 'phone if needed.
No food or glass containers in the pool area. No parties.
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$29 / stay
$229 / stay
About the neighborhood
The Languedoc is France's biggest wine producing region as well as a popular tourist destination. Things to see and do include:- Two World Heritage sites - the Mediaeval City of Carcassonne and the Canal du Midi; two of Les Plus Beaux Villages de France (The Most Beautiful Villages Of France) - Lagrasse with its mediaeval Abbey and Minerve in the Canyon de la Cesse; the Mediterranean coast with its long sandy beaches; Limoux for its sparkling wines – reputed to be the father of Champagne; Andorra and the Pyrenees; the castles of the Cathars; the African Wildlife Park at Sigean; wine tasting along the Route des vins; walking, cycling/canoeing/kayaking; Carcassonne and Narbonne: both offering traditional town centre and market shopping togeth
How to get there
Airport: Carcassonne: 18.6 mi
Railway: Lezignan Corbieres: 6.2 mi
Carcassonne (Ryanair) is the nearest airport. Others include Beziers, Perpignan, Toulouse, Gerona and Barcelona. The nearest TGV stations are Narbonne & Carcassonne.