South of France 'Maison de Maitre' or Manor, in the centre of a Languedoc village, with Restaurants and shops close to Beziers. With 6 bedrooms sleeping up to 12, a lovely garden with 10m x 4m gated pool, this fabulous house is great for 2 families holidaying together.
We had a lovely time at Capestang there was so much to do there and your house was lovely. And here is some feedback you can put on the website or other channels/ give other people about things to do: The house is beautiful, the swimming pool a real treat and the owners have thought of everything to keep children entertained with pool, table tennis and card games and... read more
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Stunning South of France Maison de Maitre to sleep 12, ideal for a large family group
A magnificent 'Maison de Maitre' nestles close to centre of the lively village of Capestang near Beziers, there is a quintessential central square surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants and it is very close to the Canal du Midi.
This huge 500m2 house has been renovated with style and panache retaining lots of original features. The attractive subtle interior decor, splendid open living space, high spec kitchen and 6 bedrooms (3 en suite, and 2 with air-conditioning) beautifully balance character with modernity. In this village location the pool and garden are the icing on the cake.
Just two steps from the village centre and easily accessible to Beziers and the Mediterranean beaches this fabulous house lends itself perfectly to your South of France family holiday.
Splendid South of France Holiday Rental to sleep 12
The traditional front door leads you into an attractive hallway, with beautiful original tiled flooring and an original staircase leads you to the upper floors.
Off the entrance is a small Reception room with fireplace, sofa and armchairs - perfect for a few quiet moments to read your book. A second room houses the pool table and book shelves and has a view to the garden.
A sunny corridor conservatory with parquet flooring gives access to the garden and pool.
The 'piece de resistance' is the vast living open plan living space that looks out onto the garden. The comfy sofas are positioned around the fireplace, with a chaise longue and 2 other armchairs close by. The original vaulted brick ceiling is stunning.
At the other end of the living space is the contemporary kitchen with bespoke wooden counter and bar stools and the dining table. There is another dining table on the terrace for outdoor eating.
The modern styling, grey and taupe colour scheme and charming decoration complement the traditional feel of the property.
Independent wc on the ground floor.
The grand wooden staircase (18 steps) leads you to the first floor landing of noble proportions.
Bedroom 1 - double bed (150cm)
Independent wc in the corridor
Bedroom 2 - double bed (150cm) with en suite shower and wash hand basin
A huge family bathroom with bath and wc.
From here there is a door to access another wing of the house
Bedroom 3 - double bed (150cm) with an en suite shower, wash hand basin and wc. Air conditioning.
A door in the bedroom gives you access to a balcony - ideal for a quiet breakfast a deux!
Further along the corridor is a dressing room and a laundry room with washing machine, iron and sink, this also gives access out to the balcony.
Bedroom 4 - (Master) - south facing with sliding doors to the terrace.
Double bed (150cm) with enormous en suite bathroom with sunken bath with independent shower, two wash hand basins and wc. Air Conditioning.
From here there are stairs to the second floor (19 steps) to 2 further bedrooms with large mezzanines, each has a wash hand basin.
Bedroom 5 - 2 single beds
Bedroom 6 - double bed
Shower room with wash hand basin (shared by bedrooms 5 and 6)
Air conditioning in 2 south facing bedrooms, fans for the other north facing 4 bedrooms available.
7th room is an Excercise loft with a Yoga mats and an exercise equipment
Please note the church bells in the village are in operation and can be heard at the house.
This South of France Holiday Home is well equipped
Iron and board in the laundry room
TV - Satellite - Freeview with UK channels
Sun loungers on the pool terrace
There is free parking close to the house in the village
South of France Holiday Home in the centre of the village with 300m garden and pool
The private garden has some high walls (not overlooked) and rooftop views, a lawn area and mature trees. The palm tree shown has unfortunately died but the Olive tree is blooming!
A 10m x 4m x 1.8m pool is surrounded by a terrace with sun loungers and there is a shaded abri should you want to stay out of the South of France sunshine for spell. The pool is split - a shallow end with a ledge that drops to the deep end, there are Roman steps at the shallow end and a ladder to enter the deep end if preferred.
Under a shaded area from the living space is an outdoor dining table to enjoy those al fresco meals. There is a charcoal BBQ.
There is a table tennis table outdoors and a pool table inside - take your pick!
From one of the first floor bedrooms there access to an 84m2 terrace - a perfect spot to watch the swifts and swallows crossing the skyline.
South of France areas to explore during your Holiday
Capestang is on the Canal du Midi. The quintessential French square in the centre has Cafes, Restaurants and a few small shops.
St Chinian 16km. Small market town, renowned for its AOC wines. Restaurants. Excellent market on Sundays.
Beziers 16km. The cathedral dominates this busy market town, rising majestically above the river Orb. The lively Feria in August lasts five days; Paellas, flamenco dancing, and partying in the streets until the early hours of the morning.
Mediterranean beaches approx 25km
Parc Naturel du Haut Languedoc approx 30km North of Thezan are the mountains and rocky gorges of the Caroux mountains. Great canoeing on the river Orb.
Minerve - approx 30km a perched village with many ateliers and restaurants
Narbonne approx 20km. Once the capital of Roman Gaul. Famous cathedral.
Montpellier approx 85km. Large university town.
Carcassonne approx 61km. Largest fortified medieval town in Europe - a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Nimes approx 135km. Roman temple and arena.
Perpignan approx 84km Palace of Kings of Mallorca.
For more information about this South of France region, please refer to our Languedoc Regional Guide
For information on reaching Languedoc, please refer to our South France Travel Information Guide
International airports in the South of France are:
Beziers - Ryanair from Bristol, Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh.
Carcassonne (Ryanair to Stansted - London, East Midlands, Bournemouth, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Dublin).
Montpellier (international flights worldwide). Flights from Gatwick and Luton via Easyjet, Leeds/Bradford on Ryanair.
Perpignan (Ryanair to Stansted, Birmingham and Flybe to Southampton).
Nimes (Ryanair to Stansted, Luton, East Midlands and Liverpool).
Gerona (Spain) Ryanair
Toulouse and Barcelona (Spain) also have international and transatlantic flights.
South of France by rail:
Beziers has a railway station with nearby car rental.
Capestang village centre is literally two steps from the house where you will find:
Bakers - there are 4! The Owner recommends Palais des Saveurs on the square
Small Spar type shop
Restaurants - several to choose from in the village - the Owner recommends La Galiniere just off the square and Cafe de la Grill on the square.
Also recommended is the pizzeria, Le Provence, next door to the property which offers eat in or take away pizzas including vegetarian options.
Intermarche Supermarket (with fuel) is on the edge of the village - 5 minutes walking
In Capestang, next to the Capitainerie on the Canal du Midi, it is possible to hire electric boats, small canoes and bicycle hire. The Tourist Office in the village has all details on these activities, together with the walking and local wine tours.
Cycle the Canal du Midi - La Voie Verte (the converted old rail line) between Caspestang and Cruzy is 14km and is great for exploring the countryside - why not stop for lunch at Le Terminus Restaurant in Cruzy or alongside the Canal at the Pourquoi Pas at Malviès.
Saint Stephens Church in the village centre dates from the 11th and 13th Century and is worth a look, as with all French churches the bells are operational. Tours of the church tower in Capestang take place twice a week during high summer. The tour of both the church and tower is in French and English and the views over Capestang from the top are breathtaking.
Lots of Village Festivals throughout the year
Tennis courts - possible to reserve at the Capestang Tennis Club
Canoe hire in the Orb Valley - apprx 20 minutes
Horse riding - several stables locally - Argeliers, Montouliers and Creissan
Golf - Beziers St Thomas - 18 hole and Lamalou-les-Bains - 9 hole
Mediterranean Beaches - apprx 25km
Plage Des Cabanes De Fleury
L'Oppidum d'Enserune, an archaeological site at Montady is worth a look - great view from Restaurant de la Tour at Montady whilst having lunch!
We had a lovely time at Capestang there was so much to do there and your house was lovely. And here is some feedback you can put on the website or other channels/ give other people about things to do: The house is beautiful, the swimming pool a real treat and the owners have thought of everything to keep children entertained with pool, table tennis and card games and the air conditioning was most welcome in the 2 main bedrooms. Capestang itself is lovely and everyone was so friendly and welcoming, the music in the square on a Saturday night was a holiday high and all the restaurants was excellent. If you want to travel further a field, the river Orb and Saint Guilhem le Desert, both pretty villages with excellent water activities, the marinas and beaches of Meze and Sete and the romance of Carcassonne were all holiday highs, the dinosaur park near Meze was also surprisingly good if you have younger children and finally the restaurants in Le Somail are excellent and well worth the trip. We stayed in Capestang for 14 days and never once were we bored and always considered the 12 hr drive well worth the trip. The only thing you may want to warn people about are the church bells which ring every hour including during the night, they weren’t a problem for us, but could well have a huge impact on a light sleeper - but other than that I don’t have any suggestions on how to improve the whole holiday experience as we simply had a lovely time. Mrs W- South France Villas Client July 2021
We had a lovely week at your house in Capestang, it’s a fantastic location!South France Villas Client, August 2021
Your house is beautiful and Capestang is as lovely as ever. Mr M, South France Villas client July 2020
So so so beautiful house ! Amazing !Family LM, South France Villas client August 2020
We had a great time in Capestang and we will definitely recommend your property for rental to our friends!Mr K, South France Villas client August 2020
Fabulous location, gorgeous accommodations and everyone I worked with was top notch.Mrs T, South France Villas Client July 2019
Yes we had an absolutely fabulous time in Capestang your house is absolutely gorgeous we all enjoyed it so much! The village fete was great as was the pizzeria (I think the men especially enjoyed it there for some beers and time away from the children ) Thank you for the use of your lovely home. We have really enjoyed our week in Capestang. All your recommendations for restaurants and shops were excellent.’ South France Villas clients August 2018
Prices for dates outside of the current year are subject to confirmation.
|From||Until||Rate Type||Weekly Rate||Minimum Stay|
|29th Jan 2022||9th Jul 2022||High||€3,632||7 nights|
|9th Jul 2022||27th Aug 2022||Peak||€4,250||7 nights|
|27th Aug 2022||8th Jul 2023||High||€3,632||7 nights|
|8th Jul 2023||26th Aug 2023||Peak||€4,250||7 nights|
|26th Aug 2023||31st Dec 2023||High||€3,632||7 nights|