This lovely villa rental property in South of France comes with a large indoor swimming pool, beautiful garden and 4 double bedrooms. The villa is nestled in the beautiful Minervois wine region in the Languedoc, South of France. This villa provides a wifi, central heating, TV, CD player, snooker table, table tennis, games room, and satellite TV.
The main 'wow factor' of this property is the large indoor pool.
The beautiful kitchen is a great space to prepare meals in. It is fully equipped with a dishwasher, cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. There is a large kitchen table which doubles as the dining table. The comfortable and spacious lounge features 2 large sofas, a coffee table, fireplace and antique furniture. There is also a sitting room with TV (satellite channels).
There are 4 double bedrooms, 2 of which are en suite. The Master bedroom features and impressive four-poster bed.
Outside - the beautifully presented private garden, contains a large table and chairs, a patio seating area and comfortable hammock. There is a BBQ. The house also comes with a private fishing lake or river. The house also has a roof terrace.
The prices for this villa rental South of France are weekly and include linen and towels.
This villa rental South of France is in Olonzac. Olonzac is conveniently located to explore the Minervois wine region as well as the main sites of Languedoc Roussillon and the South of France. This tastefully decorated and well-equipped property offers excellent value for money. Bars and restaurants are a one minute walk away and the busy Tuesday market in the town is also close-by.
|Tariff name||Valid from||Valid til||Rate|
|High season||Saturday, 23 June 2018||Friday, 31 August 2018||3,075.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Monday, 01 October 2018||Friday, 24 May 2019||1,950.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||Saturday, 01 September 2018||Sunday, 30 September 2018||2,795.00€ Per week|
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This villa rental South of France is in the town of Olonzac is a charming small town conveniently located in Minervois region of the Languedoc-Roussillon area of Southern France. The area is well known for being the most productive wine region in the world, and Olonzac is surrounded by vineyards, with a beautiful view of the Montagne Noire (Black Mountains). On a clear day the Pyrenees are visible to the south. In addition to its natural beauty, this picturesque town provides for all the needs of visitors. There are cafes and restaurants, bakeries, butchers, a supermarket, post office, and independent shops, and also a dentist, doctor’s surgery, and pharmacy, which are all within walking distance of the property. On Tuesday the local French market, one of the best in the area, sells a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other local produce including chickens, cheese, olives and fish. Along with a vast array of fresh food there’s also a wide range of stalls selling linens, straw baskets, clothes, shoes and gifts. Market day is always an exciting day in town and the local residents welcome visitors warmly.
Olonzac has a beautiful municipal park with a pond for the swans and terrapins, three tennis courts, a large children’s play area, and of course an area for playing boules. The Lac de Jourres is a short drive or a pleasant walk from the town centre. Swimming and water sports are available at the Lac de Jourres in the summer, and it’s a restful place to sit and read at anytime of the year.
Reaching this villa rental South of France is easy with international airports located at:
Toulouse (1 & 1/2 hours)
Carcassonne (35 minutes)
Perpignan (1 hour)
Montpellier (1 & 1/4 hours)
Nimes (1 & 1/2 hours)
Barcelona Spain (3 hours)
The booking policies for this villa rental South of France are as follows:
25% payable on reservation.
security deposit required.
Balance paid 8 weeks in advance.
We were so lucky to find Maison de la Botte in Olonzac! This beautiful home exceeded our expectations and as an Australian family on an adventurous holiday to the South of France, we felt completely at home as soon as we walked in the front door. Memories we will cherish forever and we hope to return again one day. Kindest Regards Kristie, Andrew, Sascha, Amber & Griffon Hoiles. (Melbourne, Australia); July 2017
We loved every aspect of the house, from the large open family dining & kitchen (where my husband loved testing out his french recipes.... it had every pot, pan & utensil he could ever need), to the "parents retreat" reading room, the gorgeous four poster bed, King bedroom, other bedrooms and bathrooms, stunning garden, (even in late autumn) and huge kids rumpus room ( which gave us many moments of peace as the children "loved" it and spent many hours in there!) We loved the sound of the church bells chiming, walking to the boulangerie every morning for fresh baguettes, opening up the beautiful old shutters in the morning, walking down the local streets and to the wednesday market to buy fresh goodies and cheese. We did lots of adventuring and day trips from our home base but also loved just spending relaxing time at home. We were so lucky to stay for a month and experience the french way of life with our family. It was truly a spectacular holiday and home.
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On arrival we were a little anxious on seeing the large metal gates which obscure the property from the road but our concerns were quickly allayed when we were greeted by the lovely Claire (the housekeeper) who opened the gates to reveal the beautiful Maison de la Botte. The house was all we had hoped for, very comfortable and well equipped, and beautifully furnished. We did not use the roof terrace or the George Foreman grill which is up there as it was too hot, whereas the garden has both sunny and shaded areas. We also made good use of the well equipped games room, which stays lovely and cool even on very hot days. We paid to have the indoor pool heated, which was expensive, but the weather was much better than we had expected so ended up having to ask for the heating to be turned off half way through our stay. If visiting in summer months I suspect the pool may be warm enough without heating. There is a small supermarket and two bakeries in Olonzac, 5 minute walk from the house, and a larger supermarket 15 minutes walk away or a 5 minute drive. We enjoyed the local weekly market too. We used the pizza restaurant and the Turkish restaurant in Olonzac, both of which were good. Our best meal was at En Bonne Compagnie in nearby Homps which is very pretty and worth a visit for drinks, a meal or a boat trip on the canal du Midi. Homps is a 5/10 minute drive away but can be reached on foot in 30 minutes but be aware that there are no pavements once you leave Olonzac, but the road is not very busy. We visited other towns and villages along the canal and also went to Minerve and Carcassonne, both of which are a must as they are stunning. All in all we had a wonderful week in a really beautiful house and as we were blessed with glorious weather, we really enjoyed the outside space too. Review by Debbie, Maidstone, UK, June 2015
The garden is wonderful and private and we dined al fresco for all our meals, making the most of the barbecue, comfortable loungers and hammock. Claire, the housekeeper, was a delight. She was on hand if we needed anything (e.g beach towels) and also gave advise on places to visit. Nothing was too much trouble.
The house is very old so, is naturally a little creaky (especially bedroom/bathroom doors) but that just adds to the character.
We had a wonderful week at Maison de la Botte. It is situated in a beautiful part of France with 300 days of sun a year. It was very easy to make friends with the locals who are very friendly. The house itself is stunning and maintained to an excellent standard. Claire looks after the administration of the property and lives two doors down. She is on hand for any requirements and I feel we have made a proper friend in her. I would wholeheartedly recommend this property for a wonderful and fun vacaction with friends and family! Review by Mark, Brighton, UK, August 2015
Me and my family have been to stay for a few years in a row now - it is an absolutely beautiful house in a really lovely town. The garden, aside from being georgeous, is really well laid out - you can swim, sit in the shade, sit on the veranda, play in the games room. My family likes to hang out together, but separately - so we all go and find a corner somewhere in the day and read a book or swim, and then all gather round the table and have a barbeque in the evening. Sometimes we head down to the bar/cafe, or sometimes walk to the restaurants further down the canal. It is so peaceful and isolated in the garden and house, but with lots of things to do close by. Every year we say we will do something adventurous and rent bikes or go down the canal on a boat, but have never got round to it because it is so nice just to be in the garden. I absolutely love this house, and highly recommend staying there! Philly, Oxford, UK, August 2015.
This is the most magnificent house I have ever stayed in. The gardens are a delight and very well laid out. I loved the twinkling lanterns and light's of an evening. The Kitchen is so Beautiful, as is the whole house. Swimming pool was an extra benefit. We will definitely be back at this wonderful peaceful house , it ticked all the boxes it is just , Superb. Review by Pippa, London, May 2016
I loved lying on the Hammock just reading. The house is so big you could get lost in it. OH to live in a house like this, getting up in the morning and having coffee and wonderful croissants in the garden.
Absolutely nothing, I loved every minute.