This house for long term rentals in France is a fully restored stone village house with a breathtaking views over the vineyards and countryside in the charming medieval village of Caussiniojouls. The village is situated on the edge of the Black mountains in Languedoc, 20 minutes from Beziers and the coast. The house is surrounded by vineyards and rolling hills, with views of the mountains in the distance. Both Bedarieaux and Beziers provide all the amenities that you will need and the Mediterranean beaches are just 25mins drive away.
This charming, fully restored stone village house is comfortably furnished house with all new appliances, American style mattresses, a private walled garden and rooftop terrace. The house is fully equipped with wifi internet and digital TV.
The house sleeps 4 to 7 people in two bedrooms and a sleeping loft (double bed). Bedroom 1 comes with a double bed and Bedroom 2 has both a double bed and a single bed. The sleeping loft contains a double bed. The bathroom is fitted with a bath, overhead shower, wash basin and toilet.
On the ground floor there is an open plan living room with kitchen, dining area and lounge. The living room is decorated with colour-washed walls, traditional tiled floors and blend of traditional and modern furniture create a warm cozy feel. The kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, hob, oven fridge and freezer. Next to the kitchen there is a utility room with a washer/dryer and a ping pong table. There is also a newly installed bathroom on the groundfloor with limestone tiling and a walk-in shower.
A staircase from the living room leads to a spacious rooftop terrace where you will see exquisite stars at night and the twinkling lights of the Mediterranean coast in the far distance.
Outside: next to the house is a courtyard garden, with patio furniture.
Prices are monthly and do not include the utility bills. Price will depend on length of stay and season. Not available over summer.
If you are house hunting in the South of France or coming for a long stay, then this house for long term rentals is a good option. Convenient for a couple or a small family, the house has everything that you will need for a long term rental in France, including a very pleasant terrace. The village is situated just on the edge of the beautiful Languedoc Regional Park. This is a good choice if you are looking to sample rural South of France life.
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The ancient village of Caussiniojouls is in the heart of Languedoc, France`s largest wine growing area. Caussiniojouls, whose cobblestoned streets are lined with flowers, is perched on the side of the Languedoc mountains with wonderful views in all directions. The village boasts a tennis court, medieval church and castle, and is surrounded by vineyards.
The NeighborhoodThis is a wonderful authentic part of France--with all the charm and amenities of Provence but none of the crowds. Caussiniojouls is an ideal base to enjoy the true character of Languedoc and its region.
Within twenty minutes or less, you`ll find:
Faugeres, the next village with a well-known wine cooperative,
Bedarieux, a bustling traditional market town (outdoor market on Monday and Saturday), with shops, a summer music festival, swimming and sports
The Orb River with kayaking, canoeing --Roquebrun, an ancient village on a rocky hillside with clear river swimming and Mediterranian gardens
Pezenas, charming medieval town with great antiques and cafes.
Chateau de Grezan, a Carcassone look-alike with a wonderful restaurant.
Excellent walking and hiking with wonderful vistas in the Languedoc Black Mountains
You have your choice of airports across the South of France to reach this house for long term rentals in France. You can :
Fly to Perpignan (1 hour)
Fly to Carcassonne (1 hour)
Fly to Montpellier (45 mins)
Fly to Beziers (35 mins)
Fly to Nimes (1 hour 15 mins)
Booking terms for this house for long term rentals are as follows:
Rent paid monthly in advance.
Security deposit required.
Back home after a wonderful couple of weeks of Languedoc and a few nights in Barcelona. We really enjoyed the house, most especially the view from the rooftop terrace where we ate most of our meals. The owners were tremendously helpful, and arranged to have us take part in the moules et boules festival in the village a few nights before we left. We liked what we ate and drank almost everywhere we went. One of my personal favorite local places was the restaurant at the Karting place in the village. We also had a terrific lunch in Roquebrun. My favorite surprise sightseeing spot was the convent of Cassan, a beautifully restored, peaceful place. We spent a night in Nimes, stopping at the Pont du Gard, which remains absolutely spectacular. At the Roman amphitheater in Nimes, for a little contrast, we could hear the strains of ZZ Top in concert. The weather was just about perfect. One big, dramatic storm in the evening, and some heavy rain when we were at the market in Bedarieux, which didn't stop us from getting beautiful produce and cheeses and other local items. Review submitted 31 Aug 2014
The house itself is cozy and comfortable, with plenty of places to perch, good beds, good kitchen equipment and plenty of hot water.
Anyone over a certain age (not sure what that is) should know that the stairs are steep and spiraling, but we built up our thighs after a few days.
This is a lovely old stone house, well restored; we got used to the tilt of the bedroom floors and loved the authenticity of it. The views from all the rooms are a delight but from the roof-top terrace, not to be surpassed. We spent mornings and evenings up here catching the breezes after hot days; enjoying sunrise and sunset; watching the swifts on the nightly flights. The house is well located between the mountains and the sea. Review by Elizabeth submitted on 1 Sep 2015
We truly relished the peace of this home and this village amongst the vineyards. Particular care has been taken to make this a welcoming space from the Provençale furnishings and fresh soaps and towels to the supply of games and books. There are good restaurants within a 15 or 30 minute drive and an excellent supermarket about 15 minutes down the road; and a cave selling local wines right on your doorstep.