This stylish 2 bedroom Languedoc holiday gite is situated on the first floor of a 300 year old building in the centre of the historic town of Pezenas. This holiday gite comes with a large sitting room, a luxury shower room and a fully fitted and well equipped modern kitchen. Pezenas is the prettiest town in the Herault department in Languedoc-Roussillon. The town has remained largely undisturbed over the last century. The medieval centre boasts scores of beautiful historic buildings. During the main summer season over 60 artisan shops are open selling/making jewellery, glass blowing, pottery, art etc. Pezenas is also home to over 35 brocantes (Antique stores), dozens of restaurants, bistros, bars and cafes, and cultural events and festivals all year round.
This Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas is located on the first floor of an old 17th Century town house. The main feature of this property is the spacious open plan living room which encompasses the lounge, dining area and kitchen. The lounge features two comfortable sofas, a wall mounted flat screen TV (with satellite channels), a DVD and wifi access. The living room has two large French windows which flood the room with light. The windows open out onto 2 small Juliet balconies and provide a cooling breeze in the summer. The dining area has a table and seating for 4 people. The fully fitted kitchen is equipped with a central island, an oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen also comes with all the cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery that you will need.
This Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas comes with 2 Bedrooms and sleeps up to 4 people. Bedroom 1 comes with a double bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside cabinet and a mirror. Bedroom 2 is a twin bedroom and is equipped with a wardrobe, mirror, bedside lights and bedside cabinets. All the beds are fitted with non-allergy cotton bedding. There is a luxury shower room, with a newly installed double shower and a large vanity wash basin with light over. washing machine.
The prices for this Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas are weekly and include all linen, towels and end of stay cleaning. Weekends are available out of high season.
Last visited: Jan 2017. This stylish Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas, provides excellent accommodation for a couple or a small family. The holiday gite is fully equipped with everything that you could need and its situation in the centre of Pezenas makes it very easy to explore this lovely old French town. Perfect for long holidays or short weekend breaks in this beautiful town in the South of France.
|Tariff name||Max people||Valid from||Valid til||Rate|
|High season||4||Friday, 01 June 2018||Friday, 31 August 2018||725.00€ Per week|
|Late season||4||Friday, 01 September 2017||Tuesday, 31 October 2017||500.00€ Per week|
|Late season||4||Saturday, 01 September 2018||Wednesday, 31 October 2018||525.00€ Per week|
|Low season||4||Wednesday, 01 November 2017||Saturday, 31 March 2018||400.00€ Per week|
|Low season||4||Thursday, 01 November 2018||Sunday, 31 March 2019||425.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||4||Sunday, 01 April 2018||Thursday, 31 May 2018||500.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||4||Monday, 01 April 2019||Friday, 31 May 2019||525.00€ Per week|
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Pezenas is situated 14km from the nearest Mediterranean beaches, 12 Km from the Canal du Midi, with motorways, airports and TGV stations all within a short distance. The area boasts outstanding natural beauty for walking, cycling, climbing etc. Sailing either on the Etang du Thau or the Mediterranean is within easy reach. St. Guilhem le Desert, Cirque du Navacelle and the famous Millau Bridge are all within 1 and a half hours drive away. The cities of Beziers, Narbonne, Carcasson and Montpellier are within easy reach and have a host of cultural, historic and artistic offerings. The area is the biggest wine growing region in France with hundreds of vineyards which gives an added dimension to a little `wine tasting`! The nearby coastal towns and villages have wonderful fish restaurants and Bouzigues, Sete and Marseillan are all famous for the oysters, mussels and other shell fish farmed and served in the area.
The famous Pezenas Estival takes place weekly throughout July and August with dozens of food stalls and wine growers all selling their wares. A great time to have dinner `al fresco` in the main streets of Pezenas seated at one of the long tables available, chatting to locals, watching the world go by, all accompanied by the great jazz band playing in the street.
To reach this Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas by car you exit the A9 at junction 34 and follow the D13 to Pezenas.
You have your choice of airports across the South of France to reach this Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas. You can :
Fly to Perpignan (1 hour)
Fly to Carcassonne (1 hour)
Fly to Montpellier (45 mins)
Fly to Nimes (1 hour 15 mins)
Fly to Beziers (30 min)
The booking terms for this Languedoc holiday gite in Pezenas are as follows:
The rental includes end of holiday cleaning. A security deposit of 300 euros will be required to be sent with final payment. The deposit will be returned 7 days after the end of the holiday. Swedish Kroner and English Pounds are also acceptable as payment.
The apartment was large and spacious, with kitchen in the center, making it easy to cook. Bedroom gave us a quiet and restful sleep, though we were in the center of Pezenas. We were impressed by the simple but spacious bathrooms. It was easy to find parking with 3 minutes walk from the apartment. The apartment is located right in the center, which meant that it was close to all shops. In the middle of the flat low fruit and vegetable shop and bakery. Around the corner a small supermarket and butcher shop. Market Square and Market Street just outside the gate. 10 minutes walk there is a larger supermarket Carrefour. Every Saturday there is a market in the center, a must to go and enjoy all that are for sale, tasting like the goods. In the old town meanders the streets tight next to old buildings. There are plenty of small shops selling art, pottery, clothing, etc. When you get tired in the legs, there are many cafe and restaurants. It takes 30 minutes to reach the Mediterranean Sea with huge beaches. From Sete-Cap de Agde you drive at a narrow land, where there is water on both sides, it is easy to set aside a day in the area. In Agde you take the train to various cities. Another huge construction works are Millao bridge that is great artery between Paris and Barcelona. One day we went to the east of Montpillier where there is a canal system, here you see big mountains of salt, in the area there are plenty of white horses and pelicans. Eva S., USA. Submitted: May 22, 2012