South of France Holiday Villa Rental with private pool in the Corbieres area of Languedoc in a Mediterranean wine producing village. This villa is ideal for a family vacation. Modern and striking, perfect pool-side terrace with amazing views. Sunday arrival/departure day.
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South of France Holiday Villa - ideal for a family - sleeps 6
Sunday arrival/departure day in August.
Flexible arrival day and short stays possible in other months
2018 Availability: from 30 March, up to 28 May, 2 - 24 June, 5 July - 5 August, 9 - 19 August, 2-14 September and from 24 September onwards
Contemporary villa to rent in the Corbieres area of Languedoc Roussillon, South of France, with private pool set on the edge of a typical Mediterranean wine producing village en route to the Cathar castle land.
A young local family have built an ensemble of six villas, each with its own pool, on the edge of a Corbiere village. South facing they are open towards the countryside in a lovely environment. Whilst there is shared parking as you drive into the entrance to the villas, each house has privacy around the pool and pool terrace. They are not directly overlooked by neighbours (see Ref: AU019A, AU020A, AU021A, AU031A and AU032A).
The whole space also serves as a showcase for the owner's considerable experimental artistic talent and flair - the villas have murals, mosaics around the pool, sculptures, and very large sculpted pieces in the villa grounds. Bold and challenging they make an unusual contrast to the Mediterranean landscape around.
This villa is built on one level, is spacious, well equipped and comfortably furnished. Glass doors lead out onto a pool side terrace. The owner is an artist and some of his work and paintings feature in and around the property.
The four villas can be rented together, for a group of up to 24 people, and owners can organise guided visits to the local vineyards, quad biking, horse-riding, and a visit to a spa.
South of France Family Holiday Villa sleeping 6
The villa is built on one level with sliding doors leading to a lovely poolside terrace - ideal for that tranquil breakfast or early evening aperitif.
All on ground floor
Kitchen - adequately equipped for holiday use. The dining/living room is open plan, and very light and spacious. There is a glass dining table with 6 chairs, and a comfortable modern sofa.
The living room gives on to an outside terrace with the 10m x 5m x 1.4m (alarmed) swimming pool with a manual cover, that if used overnight, can help to retain the heat of the day and keep the temperature up by 2 or 3 degrees.
The outside terrace is south facing, partially covered, and with a BBQ area. The outside terrace is south facing, partially covered, and with a BBQ area. A garden wall edges the terrace giving privacy from the vineyards and limited views to the surrounding countryside.
There are 3 bedrooms - two doubles (160 x 200cm) and one twin (2 x 90cm x 190cm) and 2 shower rooms with walk in showers and wash hand basin.
One independent wc.
Air Conditioning - one unit above the front door
Oven with hob
Cot available on request
Flat ScreenTV French Satellite/Cable with some English speaking News Channels
Internet access ADSL and Wi-Fi
Air-conditioning - one unit above the front door
Parking for two cars
This property is one of six villas that the Owners have built on a large area of 16,000m2 (see AU019A, AU020A, AU021A, AU031A and AU032A). The owners planted many oleanders and other Mediterranean trees and bushes in the summer of 2010. The 6 properties are surrounded by an "Artists Wall" created by the Owner which is a piece of art in itself enhancing the viewing of his works.
The villa has a garden area of 800m2 and a private pool with a terrace area and BBQ area. The large living-dining rooms have direct access on to the covered terrace, which provides shade during those hot afternoons by the pool.
The 10m x 5m x 1.4m swimming pool is fitted with an alarm according to the French pool safety law. Children's pool toys available. The pool border, garden side is not very wide, and shouldn't be used for diving.
A manual pool cover, if used overnight, can help to retain the heat of the day and keep the temperature up by 2 or 3 degrees.
Garden furniture - outside table and chairs for 6 plus 6 chaises longues for sunbathing.
Car-Parking for 2 cars.
The whole space also serves as a showcase for the owner's considerable experimental artistic talent and flair - the villas have murals, mosaics around the pool, sculptures, and very large sculpted pieces in the villa grounds. Bold and challenging they make an unusual contrast to the Mediterranean landscape. There are two very large sculptures as one enters the property - the 'central' piece - is a tree, which has been turned into a stone sculpture with lots of pieces of glass and mirror - children should be supervised and discouraged from playing in these areas, both for their safety and not to damage the work.
Some unfenced 'drops' off the pool terrace.
This lovely villa is situated close to Montseret, a typical Mediterranean wine-producing village in the Corbieres. The owners have vineyards and the local Cave Cooperative is just around the corner.
There is a small grocer's shop in the village and in St Andre de Roquelongue which is only 3km away there are village shops, a pharmacy, café and public tennis courts.
The landscape around the village is stunningly beautiful; nearby are the medieval Cathar castles; majestic ruins rising above precipitous summits.
The Mediterranean beaches (Gruissan, Narbonne and Leucate plages) are all within 25-40km, and the Pyrenees mountains and the Spanish border and are only an hour's drive away (The Salvador Dali museum in Figueres is just over the border).
Abbey de Fontfroide apprx 10km.
Narbonne apprx 18km - a lovely town, Canal du Robine running though the centre, great shops and a market, fantastic Cathedral and remanants of the "Via Domitia" (Roman road).
Bages apprx 22km. Lovely fishing village on the shores.
Narbonne 'étang' (lagoon) Several very good seafood restaurants. Great windsurfing on the étang in early spring and late autumn (some speed records have been set here).
Sigean apprx 24km Wildlife safari park. Port la Nouvelle 30km. Superb sandy beaches.
Béziers apprx 48km. Major market town, noted for its bull-fight 'Feria' in August.
Pezenas apprx 65km. Attractive medieval town. Saturday market.
Montpellier apprx120km. Large university town.
Carcassonne apprx 60km Largest fortified medieval town - a UNESCO site.
Nimes apprx 150km Roman temple and amphitheatre.
Perpignan apprx 62km Palace of Kings of Mallorca.
For more information about this region, please refer to our Languedoc Regional Guide
For information on reaching Languedoc, please refer to our South France Travel Information Guide
International airports are at:
Carcassonne - (Ryanair to Stansted, East Midlands, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Cork and Dublin).
Montpellier (international flights worldwide) Ryanair to Leeds/Bradford and Easyjet to Gatwick and Luton
Beziers - Ryanair to Bristol, Luton, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Perpignan (Ryanair to Stansted and Birmingham, Flybe to Southampton).
Nimes (Ryanair to Luton and Liverpool).
Girona (Spain) Ryanair to various UK airports
Toulouse and Barcelona (Spain) also have International and Transatlantic flights).
South of France by Rail:
Narbonne, Carcassonne, and Perpignan have railway stations with nearby car rental.
South of France by Road:
740 km south of Paris (about 6 hours drive non-stop)
1030 km south of Calais (about 9 hours drive non-stop)
Small grocer with bread depot in the village
Supermarket apprx 3km
Café-bar apprx 3 km
Pharmacy apprx 3km
Restaurants - good restaurants within 7 km.
Tennis courts apprx 3km
There are a couple of larger supermarkets apprx 15 minutes away in Lezignan Corbieres and hypermarkets in Narbonne apprx 20 minutes.
Beaches apprx 25km or 25 minutes drive to some of the Languedoc's nicest beaches.
|From||Until||Rate Type||Weekly Rate||Minimum Stay|
|16th Sep 2017||23rd Jun 2018||Low||€1,125||7 nights|
|23rd Jun 2018||7th Jul 2018||High||€1,625||7 nights|
|7th Jul 2018||25th Aug 2018||Peak||€2,188||7 nights|
|25th Aug 2018||1st Sep 2018||High||€1,625||7 nights|
|1st Sep 2018||22nd Jun 2019||Low||€1,125||7 nights|
|22nd Jun 2019||6th Jul 2019||High||€1,625||7 nights|
|6th Jul 2019||24th Aug 2019||Peak||€2,188||7 nights|
|24th Aug 2019||31st Aug 2019||High||€1,625||7 nights|
|31st Aug 2019||31st Dec 2018||Low||€1,125||7 nights|