Apartment in a former farm, magnanerie, consisting of two parts, which used silkworms were grown, goats walked, wine and lavender are grown.
Holidaying at rest, outside of life in the open, in addition to the many birds and wildlife.
The house is located a few kilometers from the Roman village of Alba La Romaine for groceries or coffee and close to the medieval St. Thome.
Downstairs is divided the walled courtyard in large terraces. These advances are the former caves that have recently been converted into apartment, with an entrance hall, a large kitchen with modern appliances. Two bedrooms with twin beds (which can optionally be put next to or separate from each other), a bathroom with large sink, bidet and a large shower with a view of the rock where the house is built, and also a separate toilet.
From the terrace bird watching or a fox, wild boar, deer and butterflies. The Mediterranean climate invites you to eat outside, in the sun or under a tree reading a book.
The house is detached, with 1.5 hectares of landscaped yard with several orchid ë n in the hills of the Ardèche. Nature to the front door!
From the house you walk into the bush for a round, high around the house. The area invites you to cycling, mountain biking, swimming or canoeing on the Ardèche. Or pick up hiking as through the GR42 or in combination with geocaching.
Fancy bikes with bed, breakfast and dinner?
An arrangement for bicycle groups of 4 to 6 people. Please contact us. See Additional information, Bicycle package.
Worth a visit
The village of Alba la Romaine, the former capital of the Helviërs on the list of most beautiful villages in France, has a mediaeval character with castle and Roman remains. Just outside Alba is the archaeological museum with the excavations of the ancient Roman city. Viviers, capital of the Vivarais, with a rich history and important heritage which many on the list of Historic Monuments state. View Cathedral Saint-Vincent.
In the wider vicinity there are many interesting sights, such as the frescoes of 425 animals from the Paleolithic to the walls of the cave of Chauvet-Pont d'Arc. The Pont d'Arc carved by the river Ardèche, a canyon with cliffs up to 300 meters high. Several small villages with markets that are worth a visit. Or go to the regional nature of the Monts d'Ardèche.
Come enjoy our home and the surrounding nature. A great base!