Stunning, 14th-Century house in Belvezet with two bedrooms, WiFi and a furnished terrace – sleeps 5!
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Full property description
Located in picturesque Belvezet, this stunning stone house is the perfect retreat for 5 holidaymakers in the tranquility of nature.
The spacious lounge is ideal for relaxing after a day of exploration. Curl up on the comfortable sofa and enjoy a good book in front of the cozy fireplace. Alternatively, take advantage of the wonderful amenities on offer, including a flat-screen TV, a phone, an iPod docking station, a CD player, a Hi-Fi, a radio, WiFi and a DVD-player.
The modern kitchen is well-equipped for cooking up your favorite dishes. Share your meals around the classic dining table which seats 4 or outside on the furnished terrace while enjoying views of the surrounding countryside.
Furthermore, the two comfortable bedrooms promise a restful night’s sleep. Both feature one double bed. One additional guest can be accommodated on the single bed in the common area. One baby cot is available upon request, and two shared bathroom are perfect for freshening up in. They sport one shower and WC each.
In addition to these wonderful amenities, this gorgeous house also boasts a balcony, a furnished terrace and a verdant garden.
Electric fans and central heating will keep you comfortable year-round. A washing machine and ironing centre are provided for your convenience.
The local tourist tax, end cleaning, towels and linen are all included in the rental fee.
Public parking is available nearby. Smoking is permitted outside only, and pets are not allowed.
In the calm village of Belvezet, this amazing house is well-located for enjoying everything this natural region has to offer. Guests can take advantage of a wide array of local activities, including rock climbing, cycling and canoeing. Two bicycles are provided for your use.
Water-lovers should note that the nearest beach, La Grande Motte, is 90 kilometres away, but golfers can tee off at Golf d'Uzès at 10 kilometres. You’ll also have various restaurants at 10 kilometres and a supermarket within 6 kilometres of your door.
While leaving the peaceful surroundings of your stone house is sure to be a challenge, there is much to explore throughout the area. Great day trips include visiting the Roman ruins of Nimes, seeing the Chateau de Portes in Ales, wandering through the Haribo Museum, and exploring the Roman aqueduct in Pont du Gard. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even take a day trip to Montpellier.
- Parking - on-street
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- DVD player
- I-Pod station
- CD Player
- High-speed Internet
- Coffee maker
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Fireplace - Wood
- Central heating
- Separate WC
- Theme park (amusement park)
- Mountain biking
- Rock climbing
- Horseback riding