This South France rental property near the beach is located in a classic French Mediterranean coastal village near Beziers. Portiragnes enjoys some of the best weather in France, with plenty of clear, dry days. Portiragnes is a popular village, which has retained a friendly atmosphere. The village is just 3 kms from the beaches at Portiragnes Plage. The Canal du Midi also flows past the village and you can walk or cycle down the tow path to reach the beach. In the centre of the village you will find restaurants, shops and a pharmacy and on the outskirts of the village there is an excellent Farmers market. This stone built house is the oldest building in the village (after the church) and is spread over 3 floors. At the front there is a large walled terrace, which provides plenty of sunshine, shade and privacy.
At the front of the house there is a large terrace, which has areas for sunbathing, dining and chilling out with a book under the shade of a 100 year old vine tree. There is gas BBQ on the terrace.
Access to the house is via 2 sets of double doors which open into a large living area. The living room comes with a high ceiling and thick stone walls. The house remains lovely and cool throughout the year. The living room comes with a sofa, two arm chairs and a lovely working fireplace. There is also a dining table which can seat 4 people (or open out to seat 7-8).
The well-equipped kitchen comes with all modern appliances, including a dishwasher, Oven, gas hob, American style fridge freezer and plenty of cooking utensils. There is also a utility room (with washer & dryer), Just off the living room there is a wet room with large walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet. This is great for removing sand from the beach. On the ground floor there is also a wine store.
A beautiful curved staircase made out of solid stone takes you up to the first floor. Here you will find 3 bedrooms and a beautiful family bathroom. The Master bedroom is very large and features a double bed, large wardrobe, dressing table and bedside cabinets. The bedroom looks down onto the front terrace. There is a door which provides access to the family bathroom.
Bedroom 2 is also a double bedroom. It comes with a chest of drawers, closet and a door providing access to the family bathroom. Bedroom 3 has a single bed, which is ideal for a child.
The bathrom is fitted with a bath (+ overhead shower), large wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail.
On the second floor you will find a large games room/TV lounge and a further bedroom. Bedroom 4 comes with twin beds, bedside cabinets and a small wardrobe. Next to the bedroom there is a small shower room with toilet and wash basin.
The games room is equipped with a full size table tennis table, mini snooker table, playstation and plenty of family games. There are two sofas (which fold out into futon beds). There is a flat screen TV with DVD player.
The house has air-conditioning on the top floor and fans in all rooms. Due to its thick stone walls and shutters it remains beautifully cool during the summer. The house also has central heating for the winter months.
There are 4 bicycles with locks available.
The weekly rental prices include linen, towels and end of stay cleaning. During July and August, the minimum stay is 7 days. The property is available for weekend and monthly rentals during September through to June. Please enquire about prices.
If you are wanting a beach holiday then this South France property to rent in Portiragnes near the beach is a good choice! It is also very convenient for exploring all the sites of Languedoc and the South of France.
|Tariff name||Valid from||Valid til||Rate|
|High season||Saturday, 22 June 2019||Saturday, 31 August 2019||1,400.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Tuesday, 01 October 2019||Saturday, 23 May 2020||730.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||Sunday, 01 September 2019||Monday, 30 September 2019||830.00€ Per week|
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Portiragnes village is located 3km inland from the beach and is a typically French village with great boulangeries (bakers) for fresh baguettes. The village has a 12th century church, post office, medical centre, school, pharmacy, a few shops, a local market, restaurants and several local wine producers.. A fantastic restaurant to visit is ´Mon Reve d´Enfant´. You will also find Café de la Mairie just up the road.
There is a local wine co-operative (La Campestre), where you can try the fine local wines. The Sauvignon and Vigneron wines are especially good.
Check in after 16.00 on day of arrival. Check out before 10.00 on day of departure.
Portiragnes is located in between Beziers and the coast. The A9 and A75 motorways can be reached in 5 mins. Portiragnes is located on the D37 road, which leads from Beziers down to Portiragnes Plage.
It is very easy to get to this Portiragnes property to rent in South France. Beziers airport is just up the road (3km). Other local airports include:
Carcassonne (50 mins)
Perpignan (50 mins)
Toulouse (1 hr. 40 mins)
Montpellier (1 hr. 50 mins)
There is a TGV train station in Beziers (10 Kilometres)
Booking terms for this Portirangues South France villa near the beach are as follows.
Pay 25% on reservation.Balance due 8 weeks before arrival. Security deposit required.
I stayed at this rental property for 2 weeks during August 2015. What a charming place to stay, it is a property full of character, with wonderful exposed natural stone walls and the decor was classic and modern in style. The were many an enjoyable night spent sipping the local wine and dining under the vine on the lovely terrace. It provided an ideal base for our trip to south of France with ample accommodation for a family. It is nestled in a lovely quiet town just a 10 minute drive to the beach or a lovely cycle along the canal. The town is well serviced with all the necessary requirements one would need. It is in a very safe location we had no trouble at all in the property or in the area. I would recommend this property for a quiet romantic escape to a little piece of heaven. Very close to Beziers airport so it was ideal for us. Lots of places to visit with good pubs and fabulous restaurants located a stroll from the house, and a market on Sundays in the village centre was super. A must see !! Overall I'd recommend it highly, I'm looking forward to returning next year once again.
Review by Marley, Dublin;
Submitted on 14 Jan 2016.
The accommodation in the second oldest house in the village is filled with character and all creature comforts for our mixed ages of guests. We ate all our meals including breakfast on the terrace, much to the surprise of the locals. Great choice of boulangeries, beauty parlours in abundance and Thierry bar a great place for coffee the morning, bio wine any time and interesting music at some weekends. Enjoyed by my daughter and friend. A short hop on a bicycle or a pleasant walk( approx2 Km) to La Gambille in the evening for informal dinner and good music on weekend mixing with visitors from barges on the canal. Easy access to many places of interest including Pezenas amazing Brocante, Montpellier old quarters for Arts Museums quirky shopping and more. Carcassonne 60 mins away. Collioure Banyul under two hours and many, many more places of interest if energised, and if not local beaches within bicycle distance and tempting places to have snack lunch coffee or more.
Submitted on July 4, 2016