Le Chêne 8.8
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Le Chêne

Detached villa with private pool. Beautiful view of Cévennes. Ideal for nature lovers: quiet, hikes directly from villa to make 1 hour drive from Avignon, Nîmes and Arles. 2 hours drive from Marseille, Camargue and sea. Horse riding.
Free wireless internet!

The house is suitable for a stay with 6 people.

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Marijke de Visser - van Terwisga
Marijke de Visser - van Terwisga

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* Having a cottage in France has long been our ideal because I am a French teacher. When we saw the house Le Chêne, we were immediately very enthusiastic. What a view! After 31 years, they are still going with just as much fun. * Flat Nice: during a study trip, I happened to be in the Old Town of Nice. When I first saw Vieux Nice I immediately fell in love with it! What picturesque and cozy! Great to have restaurants, shops and beach so close.

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Period Night Weekend Midweek Week Discount Minimum stay
28-10-2018 - 16-12-2018 € 79.00 - - € 290.00 - 7 nights
16-12-2018 - 01-01-2019 € 89.00 - - € 365.00 - 7 nights
01-01-2019 - 30-03-2019 € 86.00 - - € 390.00 - 7 nights
30-03-2019 - 27-04-2019 € 93.00 - - € 490.00 - 7 nights
27-04-2019 - 25-05-2019 € 90.00 - - € 630.00 - 7 nights
25-05-2019 - 28-06-2019 € 142.00 - - € 785.00 - 7 nights
28-06-2019 - 29-08-2019 € 120.00 - - € 990.00 - 7 nights
29-08-2019 - 26-09-2019 € 71.00 - - € 590.00 - 7 nights
26-09-2019 - 27-10-2019 € 100.00 - - € 390.00 - 7 nights
27-10-2019 - 15-12-2019 € 79.00 - - € 340.00 - 7 nights
15-12-2019 - 31-12-2019 € 89.00 - - € 415.00 - 7 nights
31-12-2019 - 29-03-2020 € 86.00 - - € 390.00 - 7 nights

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Deposit € 300.00 Per stay Pay at booking | required
Electricity € 12.50 Per week Pay at booking | optional
Final cleaning € 70.00 Per stay Pay at booking | required
Tourist tax all ages € 0.61 Per person per night Pay at booking | required
Tourist tax children 3-12 years € 0.00 Per person per night Free

Additional information

Our cottage is beautifully situated on that side road and the village of St. Privat the Champclos leads to the Cèze. There is a nudist camp there, but we have no problems, since the house is located on a side road and we own a swimming pool. The cottage has its own grounds of approximately 2 hectares. From the terrace a beautiful view on the Cevennes. On the right side of the house is also a vineyard, that our house is separated by a row of not very tall trees.
There is a large living room with kitchen. This room has a sofa bed, that may be converted to a 2 pers. bed. The kitchen is simple, there is a 4 burner stove, a refrigerator (spare refrigerator in the sauna / barn), a small electric oven, coffee maker, kettle. Furthermore, table cutlery, pans, frying pans, etc., in abundance. There is a supply of coffee, tea, etc., but we ask you all to replenish if you are used instead. If the refrigerator is closed when you arrive, you can call it back by pressing the button at the distribution of the toilet and that "fridge" is key. The button to the bottle to do it, is behind the same curtain at the back. It also recently acquired a small dishwasher model (tabletop, 4 pers.) Behind the curtain in the kitchen. Presumably, everything by itself, otherwise it is to try it. There is hot and cold running water. Upon arrival you will be asked to verify that the central button that makes the electricity on and off, in the right position. The meter in which this button is cabinet, hanging on the wall of the toilet If you are the last guest who are staying in the cottage, we ask you for this button again to the "off" position zetten.In the old part is 1 bedroom with 2 pers. bed (extra long, 2 m). The bedroom has a large closet, where you can lay down your clothes. Very much room for clothes to hang there in the old part, not in the new part you can clothes in the plastic wardrobe, still folded standing in the hall / 3rd bedroom of the new part of the house .. The clothes must be hung on hangers we always hang the clothes hooks to the wall. The corridor is also a stepping stone which possibly squatting, pants can be hung. There is a bathroom with a shower, sink, closet, separate toilet, hallway. There is a small T.V. unit in the woonkamer.Er since the spring of 2006 a piece to the house built. This new section includes 3 bedrooms, a "dégagement" - sort of hall and a bathroom. Bedroom has 2 separate beds and is fairly large. Bedroom 2 is a children's bedroom with bunk beds, which also can sleep 2 adults, it is a small bedroom. Bedroom 3 is located at the new entrance of the house. There is a sofa, which can be changed in a 2p. bed. The bathroom has a small bath and 2 sinks and a toilet.Er is an invalid entry in the house, it is also suitable for eg inside a stroller ride. A.I. ! note the closet has a septic tank, this means that no bleach or other corrosive substances down the toilet may be thrown. We have a special cleaner for the toilet on the spelbak of the A.I. stand. When this is finished, you can buy new ones at the drugstore (Sarrasin) that his shop in the marketplace has to Barjac. This would viz imply that the natural flora is destroyed and that the toilet clogged. For the next bedroom and the living room is a covered terrace with a magnificent view of the aforementioned Cévennes. Besides the house, completely enclosed by a white wall, a pool of 12 by 6 m on one side open garage, comes on the terraces to the swimming pool from. In the garage there is a caravan, in which a 2 pers. and a 1-press. bed (smal!) sit. There is a sauna (currently used as a barn and a storage shelf) next to the garage, the garage is built solid. In the sauna / barn is a sink and a washing machine. The wax may be hung to dry on the line, which we are at the side of the sauna have stretched. Cars can next to the garage / sauna parked on the property.
There is every week someone maintain the pool. You have nothing to do. (There is a detailed description on the use of the pool and the work that must be performed to clean the pool / or upon arrival to clean. We ask you to study this manual carefully and to respect the rules, since pool simply a precise care demands. The chlorine tablets and liquid chlorine (very careful, of course it is dangerous if you this on your hands!) are in the closet behind the caravan. Here are the supplies to the ph. content to maintain. For the "local technique" You just need the steps of the porch off the wall along the cedar. Here, in the wall that surrounds the pool, is the "local technique", clearly visible through the wooden door that is before us. My husband can you for your departure, when collecting the keys, all orally, so you hopefully in a pool with clear water to swim. assumption must, however, that in May is too cold to swim and in June probably swimming weather, but we obviously can not guarantee.) July and August are the best vacation months if you really like to sunbathe and swim, but May, June and September are also delicious, especially when you also To create or even rides likes to take long walks. That runs directly from the cottage, the scrubland begins just before our house. We recommend that you have to stop by the V.V.V. Barjac (located 3 miles from Saint Privat de Champclos) to go to maps to buy, since it is easy to get lost. In the immediate vicinity of the house, as I wrote, a pristine area that is typical Provencal and consists of slightly prickly bushes. If you go hiking boots so. A little later start than a forest that goes towards the river Cèze. There are also wild boars, but they are very tame, except perhaps in the spring when they are young. At night they often come right up to the house to eat the apple. My daughter has once seen a fox, which had ventured to the terrace, but we have to make a hash on the terrace, so foxes can not come. Under the tiles of the covered terrace houses dormice, "loirres" in French, night creatures who look very pretty. You actually live in nature, but the house is not lonely. Last year, on the opposite side of the paved road that leads to our house a home built, all nicest people-Monsieur et Madame Pesenti-live. In the old farmhouse at the end of the road lies the French and live in the bush that our house is, there are 2 wooden houses where the French live.
At 3 km from our village is quite a large 16th century town with many restaurants. In the top right drawer of the large cupboard in the living room, we have a folder with information submitted. Here you will find some restaurants mentioned, but it's also fun to decide what to look. Well, La Chaise longue, le Clos des Capucins, Esplanade, La Fontanilha and many other restaurants. The area is particularly good for making trips, it is a journey through the Cevennes, or a trip along the Ardeche. It is too much to mention, you look yourself at the local tourist office. On Friday there is a market in Barjac. You can get anything, also have 2 viskramen, Provencal fabrics stalls that sell bread, wine, lavender soap Others, olives, herbs, fruits, etc. There is a large supermarket just outside Barjac, direction Saint Ambroix, right at the roundabout, but the town itself are also 2 smaller grocers. The best bakery you can find on the road to Saint Ambroix, at the height of the marktplein.Nog more information about the environment can be found at www.tourism-Barjac-st-privat.com
Lovely detached villa, surrounded by nature. Really something for nature lovers. In the bush for the interior of nightingales, you can hear the cry hop, sit orioles. There many swallows flying around. There may be plenty of walks directly from the house. In the river Cèze can swim, eg at Rochegude or Montclus. There is a tennis court in Saint Privat de Champclos terrace and a wave direction and Vagnas Anduze. You can also enjoy trips to the Cévennes and the Ardèche. Avignon and Nimes are within an hour's drive away. Closer are the beautiful towns of Uzes and Aubenas. There are also numerous smaller towns in the former Hanseatic Route layers and castles to visit. An interesting silkworm nursery can be seen in the magnannerie La Bastide de Virac. Golf course: 8.0 km Shops: 3.0 km Village / town / city center: 3.0 km Market: 3.0 km Riding: 5.0 km Restaurants: 1.0 kmStrand / sea / lake: 30.0 km Tourist : 3.0 km Shops: 3.0 km Tennis court: 2.0 km
Comment arriver à Saint Privat de Champclos? Lorsque Venez vous du nord, suivant la route du Soleil, quiterez vous à l'autoroute Bollène. Rendrez Vous vous dans la Direction de Pont Saint Esprit et le traversez Rhone. Continuer dans la Direction de Barjac (22 km). 3 km avant Barjac, verrez vous un panneau disant "Le Ran du Chabrier," Naturistes. N'ayez only peur, du nous sommes eloignes Ran. 50 m plus loin, verrez vous un nouveau pannaeu repetant "Le Ran du Chabrier," "Le Château de Fereyrolles" and Saint Privat de Champclos. Tournerez ici Vous à gauche, and travertine sant tout le petit village (il y une jolie Eglise au milieu du village!). Traverse apres avoir le village, verrez vous tout de suite après être passé entre deux fermes bordent qui le chemin, une blanche sheepfold. Et c'est là que vous devez tourner à droite. Ne ratez only ce petit chemin! Contournez vous et vous un petit mur verrez gauche à la maison de la famille Pesenti, et à droite, un peu plus loin, notre villa, un peu cache par des Cèdres et d'autres arbres. Vous vous devant la grille arrêtez et l'après avoir ouverte, entrerez vous sur le terrain. Maintenant Entrez vous par la porte du mur entourne qui la piscine et les Terrasses adjacentes. Droite trouverez À vous la porte qui donne sur la terrasse couverte, qui a une superbe vue sur les Collines Cevennes. Entrez par la porte du living. Dans le living il se trouve une banquette clic-clack. Puis il ya une et quelques fireplace chairs, table basse Ainsi qu'une. Il y une television, armoire avec une des jeux d'enfant une grande armoire renfermant la ancienne vaiselle, plats, soucoupes, verres the fin, the Viere, d'eau lesson pans etc. La cuisine au fond du se trouve a living et une petite four, cuisinière (gaz), microondes, petit washing vaisselle, chauffe-eau, cafetière, lesson ustensils dee cuisine, etc. Bref marmites cuisiner.Il ya tout pour une table à manger and noyer, 4 chaises et une chaise d' enfant. Dans le sauna il ya d'autres pour les joindre tables à la table à manger.La villa se compose de deux parties: l'ancienne et la partie partie recent faite il ya deux ans. L'ancienne du partie se compose living, d'une salle de bains avec shower, toilettes separees, une chambre à coucher avec un lit double, une armoire, deux petites tables the nuit.Dans l'extension, qui se trouve à jointe l'ancienne partie par une porte glissante entièrement and wide double, the par qui et cela, pourra rester ou fermée ouverte, il ya 3 chambres et une salle de bains, Ainsi qu'un soi-disant dégagement. La chambre la plus grande se compose de deux avec des lits séparés duvets, d'une armoire, de deux tables de nuit et d'une chaise. Il s'y trouve aussi une petite table d'enfant et une chaise d'enfant, et des lampes debout attacking hoarse au mur. The grandees of the portes sur une petite terrasse terrasse donnent qui qui se donne sur les Collines guy trou dans le sud. C'est tout autres un paysage, mais aussi très joli. Local le technique se trouve au bas du mur qui entourne et la piscine à côte du cèdre, qui donne de l'ombre quand il fait trop chaud. La grande chambre des possède fenêtres donnent qui sur les Cévennes. Magnifique vue! Devant l'arrière partie de la maison et ces fenêtres devant la chambre de la grande il ya un Murier, planted il ya 20 ans par knife parents. Mûrier Ce n'est pas encore très grand probablement par la suite des années secheresse passees. La petite chambre a deux lits superposees, il ya une des Jouets penderie et pour les enfants. Duvets, bed linen. La salle de bains sinks a deux et une toilette, shower avec un bain separable. Armoire dessous les sinks. Dans le dégagement il ya une table armoire et avec des lits the couverture. Sur le devant de la maison il ya une petite chambre avec une banquette clic-clack. Lampe, armoire pendre pour des vêtements. Un porte d'entrée donne sur le devant de la maison. Possibilité d'une poussette Entrer avec ou d'une chaise disabled (esperons que ce n'est pas nescessaire!). Dans la cave qui se trouve sous la maison il ya des bûches and Principe pour la cheminée, mais si elles sont les acheter faudra terminees il dans la ville de Barjac (to 3 km). Barjac est une très charming villa avec dix plus restaurants (j'en ai une même vingtaine compte quand on y ajoute ceux de Saint Privat de Champclos). Il y des marchés (le vendredi à Barjac etc.) Se renseigner à l'agence de Tourisme to Barjac. On peut faire the belles promenades tout de suite and the partant notre villa. La maison se trouve au milieu de la nature, les Sanglier s'approchent quelquefois de la villa ceci pour manger les pommes du Pommier qui se trouve sur la notre terrain frontière entre et celui qui possède paysan the Vine to the côte à nous.Continuons faire la description de la piscine maintenant: elle est très grande, elle sur mesure 12 6 mètres entouree et est d'un mur blanc pour nous des regards protéger d'Autrui. Toutefois on est très calme, pratiquement personne ne passe sur notre chemin, sauf les voisins de la très belle maison qui se trouve au fond du chemin La Blaquièrre, maison datant du 16 e siècle, et rénovée récemment par la fmille Maubouchie qu iy habitent une partie de l'annee seulement. Dans Le Bosquet qui se trouve un peu plus loin, arrière du cote de la maison, habitent Français d'autres, mais je ne les ai jamais rencontres. A côte de la piscine il ya le et le garaje sauna - and only fonction-actuellement. Là il ya aussi la machine à laver, the chaise longues pour les Terrasses, et un autre fridge. Des chaises dans le sauna, fonctionne qui maintenant un peu comme rangement the armoire. Exterior shower pour prendre une shower après s'être baigne. Voilà, il ya un joli terrain autour de la maison avec the très belles orchidées - surtout au mois de mai -. Les panneaux solaires (derrière le mur entoure qui la piscine) ne plus fonctionnent, only on a besoin Ns, il fait trop beau. On peut illuminer la piscine le soir par des lampes sous l'eau, c'est bien feerique!
Barjac and near Barjac are a fascinating area. People who love nature and of history will keep their hearts can pick up.

Nature
From the house in Saint Privat de Champclos you can straight into the garrigue (uncultivated land with thorny shrubs and many wild plants and flowers) in walking and endless wandering through the magnificent nature and verademende silence. In the spring you can the song of the nightingale, the call of the hops and hear the oriole. And many more species of birds including the black redstart, the bee-eater, tail tit etc. In May and sometimes even the orchids bloom in April, as the wasps - and several orchid Ophrys species. Nature manifests itself fully in the spring, but summer is all dry. There are bats, owls fly over there at night and there are wild boars in the field in front of our house, separated from the site for our house by a small wall and wire. You are surrounded by nature, that is a true experience. Yet the house is not lonely, because our lives diagonally across the Pesenti family, nice young people who will hand you the keys. At the end of the paved road that leads to our house and not far from us, lies the 16th century restored farmhouse "La Blaquiere", where a French family lives. In the grove at the front of the house lives a young couple.

History
As far as history is concerned, one finds remnants from prehistoric times to the Renaissance go. There are "dolmen", a large number of underground caves. In Vagnas you find a "magnanerie", in other words a kind of large country house / castle where silkworms were grown for the silk. It is now a museum, where still the silkworms in "operation" can be seen. It is very worthwhile, especially if you even after a delicious meal at "Le vieux Porche", delicious and cheap.
Saint Privat de Champclos today has also been a fine restaurant, "Le Vieux Toulouse" called. It lies on the back of the church in the middle of the village. I can not guarantee that it is always open, but you yourself look at their website: Google and then "le Vieux Porche 'and you have all necessary information.
Sports:
There can be driven around horse. There can swim in the Cèze, but it must be nice weather, so let's say from May 1 In April it is sunny, and usually warm but not hot enough for swimming. Our own private pool goes after its winter also open until 1 May. Alternatively, we ask whether the "Poolman" 10 days before coming, but the water after the hardy still pretty cold.

Barjac
Barjac is an old town whose oldest part dates back to the 11th century: it is the castle in the middle of the town lies. There are also some medieval streets over. The best information you can win in the local tourist office, which is also the center of the town lies. Here are the address, email address, telephone and website:
Tourist Office, 30430 Barjac.
Tel. 00.33.4.6624.5344
Website: www.tourism-Barjac-st-privat.com
E.mail: ot.barjac @ wanadoo.fr

History (continued)
Behind the post office is the old city gate, which of the 12 - 13th century.
The tourist office organizes walks through the old city.
Barjac was formerly a kind of observatory, where the "traffic" through the valley was controlled and also 2 times a year where large fairs were held. Here one could be commercial, vegetables, fruit and more sustainable resources to sell or trade. Still, there are 2 x per year market, but now the antique markets around Easter and August 15 (Assumption Day) held. Both last for 4 days and are very worthwhile. It is however very busy, because people come from far and wide to visit these markets. Your car can hardly lost touch, unless you do a great distance from the center park.
There were in the 14th city walls built around the city, but soon had to be built outside these walls. When the British invaded the city around 1374, decided Barjacois to build new walls. These are today is still partially visible. Barjac was a real trade and there were houses with turrets in the city built as a sign of opulence and wealth, it became a major transit point for trade between the Rhone Valley and the Cevennes.
In 1562 the Protestant church founded in Barjac. Bitter fighting broke out between Catholics and Protestants. After Grimoard de Beauvoir du Roure hede glory Barjac had purchased between 1608 and 1634, was Barjac's population in late 16th century was mainly Protestant, Catholic. This partly because the people swore allegiance to the Catholic King Louis XII when he visited the city. Louis XIII stayed in Barjac on June 5, 1629, probably in the still existing "Café du Centre".
The Renaissance streets, all with "cobblestone" paved and form a picturesque sight. The "rue Droite" covenant 2 city gates, it was mainly a trade route and today is still a nice shopping street. Previously there was a ditch on the north side of town, with a drawbridge to town to be isolated from any enemy. This canal bridge and there are now no more.
In the neighborhood of Saint Privat de Champclos is also a "Capitelle" a shelter for shepherds in ancient times. The buildings that are of natural stone with a single entrance and no windows, they are real hides. They are popularly called "Bories" called.

Naturist
The Cèze are some naturist campsites. We are far from there, but all signs, they have announced: "Le Ran du Chabrier," "Le Château de Fereyrolles" etc. The latter camp is near the remains of the medieval Château de Fereyrolles, wonderful to be here for a walk go to, but watch them take your TomTom or another agent to the way back, because the scrubland looks stunning and everywhere treacherous lot in itself. We're already lost many times.

Cities / Markets
Not far from Barjac lie Ales, Uzes, Aubenas, Saint Ambroix. All they have great weekly markets. Also on Friday Barjac has a lively market where you delicious fish, vegetables, cheese, bread, herbs, lavender soaps, Provencal fabrics, etc. can buy.
Our motto is: go see for yourself, it's very worthwhile!
Information on our home in Saint-Privat-de Champclos (Gard).
Address:
c / o fam Fisher,
"Le Chene"
Menant Chemin de Saint Privat de Champclos à la Blaquiere,
Saint-Privat de Champclos (Gard)
30430 BARJAC
France

Our cottage is beautifully situated on that side road and the village of St. Privat the Champclos leads to the Cèze. There is a nudist camp there, but we have no problems, since the house is located on a side road and we own a swimming pool. The cottage has its own grounds of approximately 2 hectares. From the terrace a beautiful view on the Cevennes. On the right side of the house is also a vineyard, that our house is separated by a row of not very tall trees.

Pool
There is every week someone maintain the pool, you have nothing to do. (There is a detailed description on the use of the pool and the work that must be performed to clean the pool / or upon arrival to clean. We ask you to study this manual carefully and to respect the rules, since pool simply a precise care demands. The chlorine tablets and liquid chlorine (very careful, of course it is dangerous if you this on your hands!) are in the closet behind the caravan. Here are the supplies to the ph. content to maintain. For local Technique You just need the steps of the porch off by the door in the wall to the cedar. Here, in the wall that surrounds the pool, is the local technique, clearly visible through the wooden door that is before us. of the keys. However, keep in mind that May is too cold to swim and in June / m september probably swim again, but this of course we can not guarantee this.

July and August are the best holiday season if you want to enjoy sunbathing and swimming, but May, June and September are also delicious, especially if you also want to make trips once or likes to take long walks. That runs directly from the cottage, the scrubland begins just before our house. We recommend that you have to stop by the V.V.V. Barjac (located 3 miles from Saint Privat de Champclos) to go to maps to buy, since you can easily get lost. In the immediate vicinity of the house, as I wrote, a pristine area that is typical Provencal and consists of slightly prickly bushes. If you go hiking boots so. A little later start than a forest that goes towards the river Cèze. There are also wild boars, but they are very tame, except perhaps in the spring when they are young. At night they often come right up to the house to eat the apple. Our daughter has once seen a fox, which had ventured to the terrace, but there is a hash on the terrace, so foxes can not come. Under the tiles of the covered terrace houses dormice, loirres in French, night creatures who look very pretty. You actually live in nature, but the house is not lonely. Several years ago, on the other side of the paved road that leads to our house a home built, very nice people-Monsieur et Madame Pesenti-live. In the old farmhouse at the end of the road lies the French and live in the bush that our house is, there are 2 wooden houses where the French live.

Garbage
The vuilman meets every Wednesday morning through early. You can do the dirt in the container for our house along the road. S.v.p. Bring your own gray container bags! Own filter bags for coffee with you.

Linen
We ask you to bring your own bedding and other linens (tea towels, towels, etc.)

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We bought the house in 1984, based on an advertisement in the NRC. It seemed so very attractive to buy a house in France, especially because I am French teacher.
When we left the house and especially the pool and saw the view, we were immediately in love op.We now have the house 26 years and still go there as much fun going, with even more fun. There is now the huiseen new wing and we have all the electrics and heating updated.
We recommend that you take the
autoroute du soleil. Here rely on Bollene, towards Pont Saint Esprit,
then follow direction Barjac. Saint Privat de Barjac Champclos is 3 km.
You will see on your left a sign: "Naturistes" Le Ran du Chabrier. Here
turn left and immediately left again into the village. Then the village
Saint Privat de Champclos by driving: just follow the road. You are now
between two farms by. Then watch out: on your right is a little later,
against a lamppost, a sheep hut of stone. Here turn right onto paved
road to take. If you're driving through the bend, you see first on your
left a large house with pool: this is the home of the Pesenti family,
and then on your right 2 connected buildings (house and garage) are. A
gate closes off the premises, on the oak that stands on the road, you
will find include: Le Chêne, propriété private. The gate open by the pin
into the ground up to do. You drive onto the site and enters the house
either by walking around the house and the terrace at the rear to enter
either through the gate in the wall around the pool to go inside, then
the covered terrace and further the same to do so as described above. It
is also possible that the Pesenti family all the doors open to you has
done. The house is usually tightly closed, so you get the bar of the
palace to do, then open the door to do and finally the front door. By
leaving the same procedure in reverse please
Cleaning house.
Please
arrive at 50 euros to give Madame Pesenti and handing the keys. It
makes the house is clean upon departure. Tel. 00.33.4.66.24.5165. (If
you also want to start cleaning, please call her a bit and give you her
previous 50 euros). She lives among us.
We wish you a pleasant stay!

Surroundings & location

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Features & layout

  • Dining corner / Dining Table
  • Dining Chairs
  • Armchair
  • 2-person Sofa bed

Bedroom has 2 separate beds and is fairly large.

  • Bed: Single bed
  • Bed: Single bed
  • Duvets
  • Blankets
  • Wardrobe(s)

Bedroom 2 is a children's bedroom with bunk beds, which also can sleep 2 adults, it is a small bedroom.

  • Bed: Bunk bed
  • Duvets
  • Blankets

Bedroom 3 is located at the new entrance of the house. There is a sofa, which can be changed in a 2p. bed.

  • Bed: Double bed
  • Duvets
  • Blankets
  • Wardrobe(s)
  • Toilet
  • Bath
  • Washbasin (2)

There is a bathroom with a shower, sink, closet, separate toilet, hallway.

  • Shower
  • Washbasin
  • Type: Open
  • Stove: Gas (5 Cooking zones/burners)
  • Hood
  • Cutlery & Tableware
  • Coffee machine
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Water boiler

large private pool, surrounded by transparent wall and security fence, so it is safe for small children.

  • Type: Open air swimming pool / Inground pool
  • Heated swimming pool: Unheated swimming pool
  • Privacy: Private swimming pool
  • Dimensions in m: 12 x 6 x 1.8 (L x W x D)
  • Holiday house
  • 220 m2
  • Child's bed
  • Playpen
  • Child's toys
  • Child's chair
  • Camping bed (1)
  • Cycling
  • Golf
  • Walking
  • Swimming
  • Culture & History
  • Long term rental
  • Maximum privacy
  • Rest & space
  • Naturism
  • Electric heating
  • Fireplace
  • Airconditioning
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Dvd player
  • Wifi
  • Measurements of TV in cm:
  • Internet connection
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Garage
  • Deckchair
  • Sun umbrellas
  • Parking place
  • Private driveway
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s) (6)
  • Garden table(s0) (2)
  • Porch
  • Shed
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Evenfloor
  • Hall
  • Storeroom
  • Scullery / laundry room
  • Seperate toilet (2)
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Pets on request
  • (Comic)books
  • DVDs / Blu-rays
  • Complete privacy
  • Detached house

Reviews

  • Based on 8 reviews 8.8
  • General impression 8.4
  • Location 9.3
  • Facilities vacation rental 8.9
  • Equipment and state vacation rental 8.0
  • Child friendliness 9.0
  • Hygiene 8.1
  • Friendliness and service host 8.9
  • Price/quality 9.3
  • J.H. (Hans) Hagen, with partner. Gave in an average of 8.6  

  • Fam. Geurts, with partner. Gave in an average of 8.1  

  • Herma de Jong, with partner. Gave in an average of 8.9  

    Het huis heeft een sublieme ligging met prachtig uitzicht midden tussen wat je van Zuid Frankrijk mag verwachten, lavendel, druiven en olijfbomen ... De ligging is zodanig hoog, dat we in november zelf niet in de mist zaten maar in de dalen wel. Wij vonden het huis gezellig ingericht en met goede verwarming en open haard. In de kamer gelukkig een comfortabele bank om op te zitten en de bedden zijn geschikt voor lange Nederlanders. De keuken is voorzien van een moderne keuken uitrusting, zelfs een kleine vaatwasser. De WIFI deed het uitstekend. Het zwembad konden we natuurlijk niet gebruiken, maar door de muur er omheen konden we wanneer de zon scheen daar heerlijk zitten. Wij vonden het heel bijzonder om helemaal buiten het seizoen hier eens op vakantie te zijn en hebben genoten van de herfsttinten. Voor ons zeker een plek en huis om nog eens te bezoeken.

    Herma en Martijn