This gîte has stacks of charm and provides you with a light and spacious open plan living area. On the ground floor you'll find a well-equipped kitchen, comfy sofas and dining area all served with views of the surrounding countryside. Upstairs are two large double rooms with adjoining bathroom.
The doors open out to a gorgeous, south-facing terrace that overlooks the swimming pool. The terrace is covered with fragrant roses and trailing kiwi fruit plants, which provide ample shade from the sun. Next to the terrace is a sheltered outdoor kitchen, perfect for those long summer evenings.
Please note that as we do live in a gorgeous rural setting, we currently have a limited phone signal. However, WIFI is available throughout the gardens but not in the gîte.
Rental rates are for the entire property.
|Description||From||To||Weekly||Week Night||Weekend Night||Minimum Stay|
|Low season||02 Apr 21||01 May 21||€700||€100||€100||2 Nights|
|Mid Season||01 May 21||02 Jul 21||€900||€129||€129||3 Nights|
|High Season||02 Jul 21||04 Sep 21||€1200||€172||€172||4 Nights|
|Mid Season||04 Sep 21||30 Oct 21||€900||€129||€129||2 Nights|
TERMS & CONDITIONS – GÎTE RENTAL
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There are numerous places to visit in the surrounding area and with a network of footpaths stretching over 250km which can be explored on foot, on horseback or by bicycle.
The fortified medieval bastide town of Mirepoix is truly enchanting with its central square – the Place des Couverts – surrounded by medieval houses and covered walkways. There are numerous shops, restaurants, bars and cafes to while away a few hours. The gothic cathedral is classified as a Historic Monument and is well worth a visit.
Market day in Mirepoix is on a Monday and should not be missed.
Lac de Montbel
Lac de Montbel is a popular location for fishing, watersports and swimming and is located a few minutes drive away.
Nearby is the small but lovely village of Camon, a fortified village which has grown up around a Benedictine Abbey.
If you are feeling energetic you can visit Montsegur, a small village with its castle ruins set high on a rocky hilltop behind the village. The climb is also rewarded by some spectacular views.
The town of Foix has lots to offer, including the historic town and the castle which stands on a hill above the town. The best days to visit are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Friday when the town comes alive with its various markets.
To the north is the historic town of Carcassonne, one of the most interesting and impressive medieval towns in France. The medieval fortified Cite de Carcassonne is a World Heritage Site and attracts thousands of tourists. Once inside there is a maze of winding cobbled streets with a range of shops, boutiques and restaurants. A walk along the battlements surrounding the town provides wonderful views.
From churches, museums and art galleries to designer shops, bars and restaurants, Toulouse has much to offer and is a great place for a day out. "La Ville Rose" is also home to Airbus and the high-tech "Cité de l’Espace".
Beaches and resorts of the Mediterranean are just a 75-minute drive away. Head for Narbonne Plage or explore the many tiny fishing villages - such as the delightful Collioure - as you drive south along the coast towards Spain.
Ski in winter or walk all year round in the mountains. Our nearest ski resort - Mont d’Olmes - is about an hour away.