- Beautiful location
- Historic property
- Restaurants nearby
- Peaceful & quiet
- Heated pool
- Child friendly
Le Beaugard is a beautiful holiday home located in the Cevennes region of Southern France - one of the most beautiful and unspoiled areas of France. This beautifully renovated property was originally the old school house and meeting room for the small village of Les Brousses. Les Brousses is part of the commune of Molière-sur-Cèze. The village is located down a winding lane in the heart of a Chestnut forest. The surrounding countryside features Mountains and streams and is the perfect place to completely unwind and enjoy the nature & wildlife. The village is not completely cut off from civilisation (although it may feel like this at sometimes. The large town of Alès is 18 kms away, the historic towns of Anduze and Uzès are 30 kms away and Nimes and Avignon are both 50 mins drive away. There is a TGV train station in both Nimes and Avignon, as well as local airports with low cost flights to the UK.
Beaugard holiday homes to rent in France - Our Opinion
Last visited: Jan 2019. This beautiful holiday home in the Cevennes is the perfect spot if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful break in rural France. The local village is small and remote, but nearby you can explore over 6 villages which feature in the official list of the ´Most beautiful villages in France´. You are also just a short drive from the historic towns of Uzès and Anduze. Nearby you will find a canoeing centre, an extensive tree-climbing park and plenty of mountain bike paths, walking trails and cycling routes. If you love being in the great outdoors and want to feel the sun on your back as take in the panoramic views, then there is no better place in France than the Cevennes.
- Peaceful & Quiet
- Pet friendly
- Satellite TV
- Scenic views
- Washing machine
- 1 bath
- 3 bed
- Beautiful location
- Child friendly
- Heated pool
- Horse stables nearby
- Linen & towels provided
Beaugard holiday home to rent in the Cevennes, is located in the North-Western corner of the Gard department of France, bordering the Ardeche and Lozere departments. This area of France is collectively known as The Cevennes and it is classified as a French National Park. The surrounding area is largely unspoiled and provides breathtaking scenery.
The region first came to international prominence through the work of the Scottish writer, Robert Louis Stephenson. In 1879 he published his book "Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes", in which he describes his journey through the region and his many stays at the local monasteries.
The nearby Monastery dates back over 500 years and the last monks left in 1787 when the Monastery was dissolved during the French Revolution. The Monastery contained a bakery, brewery, library, auditorium and chapel. Today it has been renovated and turned into a holiday centre, featuring painting holidays, cookery classes and singing courses. It has also been used as a location for weddings.
The local villages of Molieres-sur-Ceze has a population of around 1,500 people and is surrounded by dense forest and was a former mining village. Today the village is a popular place for holidaymakers looking to explore the local countryside on bike or on foot. The local area has some of the best cycling routes and hiling trails in France.
Popular local activities include canoeing in the local river (River Cèze) and an extensive tree-climbing centre which takes you through the canopy of the local forest. This is located just 500m from the house.
The nearest large town is Alès which is just a short drive away. Alès was historically a mining town, as well as an important centre for silk weaving. The town became an important refuge for French Protestants (Huguenots) during the 16th Century. The town contains a lot of shops, larger supermarkets, restaurants, banks, DIY stores and services for the region.
Nearby, you have some of the prettiest towns and villages in France. Uzès and Anduze are both 25 minutes away and nearby you will find the beautiful villages of Barjac, Lussan and La Rouque-sur-Cèze.
Check in times
Check in after 16.00 on day of arrival. Check out before 10.00 on day of departure.
This holiday home to rent in the Cevennes is located 15 km north of Alès, 50km north-west of Nimes and 55km west of Avignon. The A9 and A75 motorways are both 1 hour drive.
The nearest airports are located at Nimes and Avignon (both 50 mins drive). Other local airports include:
Marseille (1 hour 30 mins)
Montpellier (1 hour 30 mins)
There is a TGV train station in both Avignon and Nimes. There are local rail connections from Nimes to Alès and a local bus service runs in between Alès and Molieres-sur-Ceze.
The booking terms for Beaugard holiday home to rent in the Cevennes, are as follows:
50% deposit to be paid at time of reservation. Balance to be paid 8 weeks prior to arrival. Rental prices include linen, towels, end of stay cleaning and full use of the swimming pool and facilities at the nearby Monastery.
Prices do not include the half-board supplement of 5 evening meals (€169 per person/€113 per children).
Sleeps 4-6 (#1)
|Tariff||Valid from||Valid til||Rate|
|Early season||Saturday, 22 August 2020||Friday, 04 September 2020||1,100.00€ Per week|
|High season||Saturday, 27 June 2020||Friday, 21 August 2020||1,555.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Saturday, 05 September 2020||Friday, 07 May 2021||700.00€ Per week|