This beautiful South France holiday accommodation is a ground floor apartment situated in the charming little village of St. Maximin, close to Uzes. St Maximin is set amongst vineyards and cherry and apricot orchards in the South of France. St Maximin is 5kms from Uzes and 20kms from Nimes. The world famous Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct is just down the road. The aprtment is part of a restored 14th Century stone building converted into three self-contained apartments. This apartment (La Cour) can sleep 2-4 people in 1 bedroom. The apartment comes with wifi and accessible for disabled and elderly guests.
The apartment is located on the ground floor and is accessed via a beautiful courtyard. The apartment is located in the former stables and wine cellar of the house and it retains the stunning vaulted stone ceiling. Built out of thick stone, the apartment stays lovely and cool all throughout the summer.
This South France holiday accommodation is all open plan and comprises a double bedroom, lounge, kitchen and dining area and bathroom. The stunning living room has a exposed stonework, recessed shelves and a beautifully curved ceiling. The lounge is fitted with a TV, comfortable seating and a settee that is a fold out bed. The bedroom contains a double bed and bedside tables with lamps. The kitchen has an oven and hob, fridge and plenty of cooking utensils. There is a dining table and chairs for 4 people. The bathroom contains a walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet.
Outside: there is a lovely courtyard with a patio table and 4 chairs. The courtyard also has a charcoal BBQ.
Prices are weekly and include linen and end of stay clean. Evening meals are available on request.
All year around €630
Last visited May 2016. The apartment is cool and private and has a lovely private patio area with table and chairs. With it`s proximity to Uzes, Avignon and the Pont du Gard, this South France holiday accommodation is ideally situated to explore the local area. This apartment can be rented in conjunction with the 2 other apartments if you are travelling as part of a larger group.
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There are many things to see and do around this South France holiday accommodation in St Maximin. Within easy visiting distance of the magic places of Provence are Avignon, Nimes, Aix-en-Provence, St.Remy, Les Baux, Gordes, Roussillon, Menerbes, Lisle-sur-la-Sorgue, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, Lourmain - and the host of little villages which lie between. The incomparable city of Avignon is 25 minutes away by car, and Pont du Gard, the famous 2000 year old Roman aqueduct is just 5 km away. Uzes, which boasts the best open air market in Provence, held every Saturday, is even closer. Experience the marvels of Provence: sun, blue skies, olive groves, fields of lavender and poppies, ancient stone villages, wonderful wines, food markets, sunflowers, siestas and cicadas.
The village of St Maximin has a restaurant/cafe (very popular you need to book) you can order your morning bread at the cafe too. The nearest supermarket is a 10 minute walk.
Check in after 16.00 on day of arrival; check out before 10.00 on day of departure.
To drive to this South France holiday accommodation in St Maximin, take the A9 and exit at junction 23 signed Uzes.
To fly to this South France holiday accommodation in St Maximin, you can fly to:
Avignon - 40 minutes
Nimes - 30 minutes
Montpellier - 1 hour
Marseille - 1 hour 15 mins
The booking policies for this South France holiday accommodation are as follows:
25% non-refundable deposit upon booking, balance due 6 weeks before arrival.
Debra and Verna's lovely apartment was the perfect base for exploring this lovely part of the world. The hosts were knowledgeable about the area, and helped us with tips on the local markets. They left swimming towels for us for the local river (the Gard) which was a really nice touch. My mother, who is in the middle of a 3 month trip staying in airbnbs in Portugal, Italy and France, said it was the nicest one she had stayed in, with the most thoughtful hospitable hosts. Barbara, July 2016.
Gorgeous bed linens, a stocked pantry and fruitbowl and tranquil terrace and atmospheric stone walls and ceiling added to our stay. The restaurant in the village is very very good, and there is also the opportunity for dinner to be arranged with Debra and Verna's friends across the lane- not to be missed!