Le Petit Vigneron
from £49 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £49 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Le Petit Vigneron is a spacious apartment set at the end of a tree-lined garden, just yards from the Canal du Midi and 30 minutes from Mediterranean beaches or the stunning mountain scenery of the National Park of Haut Languedoc. You can cycle, hire a boat, walk, laze on the beach, visit castles or vineyards. Capestang is a lively village, whose centre is a two minute stroll away, with a variety of entertainment and a twice-weekly languedocien market in the attractive square where you can sit at one of the cafés and watch the stallholders vie for attention. There are 7 restaurants to suit all tastes and shops offering local produce. The apartment is well equipped and comfortable with living room/kitchen, a double and a twin bedroom and large bathroom. Whatever your choice of activity among the many on offer, or a lazy stroll into the village you can end a perfect day sipping wine on the terrace as you watch the sun go down over the Collégiale.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Valras 20 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Carcassonne 50 km, Nearest railway: Beziers 16 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The apartment is entered from the garden and has an open-tread, fairly steep staircase to the first floor. There is a barrier to protect toddlers. The spacious living room is bright and welcoming with high quality settee and armchairs, additional raised lounging area, dining table and chairs and all the cooking facilities and equipment necessary for self-catering. Double glazed windows which open fully along their 5 metre length plus new-generation radiators ensure your comfort in any season. A corridor leads to the double and twin bedrooms and the family bathroom with bath, shower, hairdryer, washing machine, iron and board. A further door leads out onto the private,sunny, south-facing terrace with garden furniture, parasol and barbecue. The garden and parking space are protected by electrically operated gates, which can be opened from within the apartment by video-phone or with a remote-control from the car. Free access to Internet is available with your laptop. We encourage you to be "green" by using the composting and recycling facilities and to use the washing machine at night.
|Further details outdoors|
The private terrace is south-facing and is not overlooked. It has views down the garden and of the church which is floodlit at night. You are welcome to sit at a shaded table in the garden when the heat drives you from the terrace. There are a multitude of herbs which we encourage you to use to give your meals the authentic mediterranean flavour.
We provide a welcome pack of water, milk, coffee, tea-bags, orange juice, butter, jam and a bottle of wine. By arrangement we can buy other items for you if you are arriving at times which make shopping difficult.
We speak fluent French and German (and English!)and by arrangement can accompany you on vineyard tastings, or book visits by phone etc.
The garden and parking is a shared space but there is no shortage of room.
For the comfort of all our guests we do not accept smokers or pets.
Changeover is on Saturday, though we can be flexible out of main season dates. Arrival after4 p.m. Departure by 10 a.m.
About this location
The Languedoc-Roussillon region
Languedoc Roussillon is an area of little rainfall and of over 300 days of sunshine a year. Its landscape varies from the rugged garrigue with its perfumes of pine, thyme and rosemary, through the valleys of vines, melons, fruit trees and olives, to the long coastline whose resorts range from unspoiled natural beaches to important tourist destinations with all their attractions. No fewer than 63 beaches have the blue flag award for cleanliness. The Camargue is worth visiting to see the white horses, black bulls and flamingoes. Major cities such as Carcassonne, Perpignan, Montpellier, Narbonne and Nîmes offer cultural events, festivals, museums etc. as well as interesting medieval centres, shopping and restaurants. Small villages hold fêtes to celebrate the bounty of produce such as mushrooms, garlic, citrus fruits, olives and, of course, wine. In an hour you can be eating tapas and shopping in Spain.
Capestang is one of the most popular villages on the Canal du Midi.
It is attractive with its main square where the market is held on Sundays and Wednesdays, its many restuarants and shops and the wide variety of activities especially in the smmer months. On the 14th July there are fireworks on the canal's stone bridge, at the beginning of August the village fête takes place over 3 days with music, dancing, street food and entertainment.
You can hire a boat on the canal, go horseriding, play tennis and walk through the vineyards. From late August onwards the wine harvest is
an interesting sight to behold with the gigantic machines passing through the streets to bring in the grapes.
Wine-making is an important element of village life and you can sample the excellent end results in numerous caveaux in the village itself.
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3 Jun 2014
"Comfortable, great facilities and fab location"
We stayed at le petit vigneron for a short break with our 2 children. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, the hosts were welcoming and we had all that we needed for the stay. The location was perfect fo… More
the children enjoyed the outdoor living and we had a pleasant evening with a barbecue at the end of their stay.
21 Feb 2014
"I wish we had booked several weeks instead of just one."
We had a wonderful week at Le Petite Vigneron in Capestang. The town is a terrific base, right on the Canal du Midi, to explore the surrounding area, including Carcassone, Mirepoix, Minerve, and Narb… More
we've tried every possible way to improve the stairway, but, as this was a wine- making building before being a house, it has 6 old "cuves" where wine was stored. These are made of reinforced concrete and if we tried to remove them we'd probably bring the whole house down, so sadly the steep staircase has to stay. We have to say that most people don't find it a problem and we do warn about it in our advert.
26 Sep 2013
"We were sorry to leave Le Petit Vigneron!"
We had a wonderful stay at "Le Petit Vigneron". All the home comforts with nice touches which made all the difference. As we stayed 2 weeks, it was great to have for instance a washing machi… More
all the feedback we could hope for. It's good to know that our efforts to provide a personal touch are appreciated.
25 Jun 2013
As others have said this house is very well equipped and there is a warm welcome from Jan and David. It is ideally situated in a large village with plenty of shops ,restaurants and mod cons but still … More
It is a shame about the loungers, we buy new mesh ones every season as they tend to dry out in the sun and become brittle. We have tried plastic and wood, but both need cushions and sadly we have found that, if it rains, our guests don't always bring the cushions indoors, so they rot! I'd welcome ideas to solve this problem!
24 May 2013
"Great destination, great hospitality."
Had a lovely time at the Petit Vigneron with my wife and 2 year old daughter. Capestang is a charming little place with just enough cafes and restaurants to offer a bit of variety yet small enough to … More
our guests agreed with us that Capestang is ideally located to make the most of all that the area has to offer. They enjoyed the gite, the village and the area and were enthusiastic about their stay here.
29 Jul 2012
"Perfect base in a wonderful area of France!"
We have just returned from our 2 week holiday in Le Petit Vigneron and wish we were still there!Jan & David are the perfect hosts, who are very knowledgable of Capestang and the surrounding area. If y… More
A very nice couple who made the most of the ideal position of Capestang to explore the many attractive places within easy reach. We do hope they will return and benefit from the discount we offer on repeat bookings.
17 Jun 2012
"Fantastic, brilliant, faultless"
We had a wonderful week's holiday at Le Petit Vigneron in Capestang. The apartment is perfect in every way. Comfortable, well furnished rooms, plenty of kitchen equipment and a beautiful terrace.… More
again a happy couple who have already booked again for next year, two weeks this time, they didn't have enough time to see all that this lovely area has to offer.
2 Jun 2012
"Cheerful, charming, perfectly situated."
A lovely apartment very close to the Midi Canal, and 2 minutes walk from the center of the village. Well appointed, with everything needed. Garden is lovely. Private terrace is idyllic. Steep ladd… More
we upgrade and improve our gite constantly, but we can't change the staircase, there isn't the headroom as this building was a wine-making building and still has the old "cuves" which held the wine. These are extremely solid and would need a bulldozer to get them down - might not be good for the rest of the house!!!
2 May 2012
"A great place to stay in a lovely town"
We happened upon Le Petit Vigneron as we walked though the village looking for somewhere to stay a few days in the area: on the gate was a sign so we rang the bell! David and Jan were most welcoming, … More
it's great to have our efforts so appreciated. We try to make sure our guests can benefit from our knowledge of the area, so we are ready to lend maps, guide books etc as well as our own experiences and those of previous guests.
2 Oct 2011
"Lovely gite, perfect hosts, friendly village"
This was our second stay in this comfortable and well-equipped gite. As ever Jan and David were wonderful hosts and couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful from allowing us to keep our bikes in their garage to helping us with our French pronunciation.
We love having guests return, it's the best feedback possible!
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