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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Car not necessary

The property is very large (180m2) and extremely well-presented and tastefully decorated and furnished.

There are 3 large bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. One of the bathrooms is ensuite with a bedroom and the other bathroom has 2 doors, one connecting it to a bedroom and the other to the hall so it can be either private or shared.

The main room is immense and has a classy kitchen at one end and a spacious, comfortable living area. There is a large dining table and chairs to seat 8 and an office which is concealed behind a screen.

The terrace is private and the owner will put a childrens paddling pool out if there are any children in the party.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Access Car not necessary
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture
Access Parking
Further details outdoors

Huge private terrace of 200m2. Not overlooked.

Childrens paddling pool.

The Languedoc-Roussillon region

Located in the typical wine-growing village of Capestang which is very lively in the peak summer months.

There are all amenities in the village including a couple of restaurants, a pizzeria and a grill/cafe/bar on the main village square.

There is a market twice a week and in the summer months there are various village festivals to enjoy.

Capestang

The village of Capestang is situated in the beautiful wine growing region of Languedoc, 25 minutes by car to the nearest Mediterranean beaches.

A typically French working village quite unspoilt by tourism, which has a selection of bars and restaurants, all within walking distance of the house.

There is a market twice a week and there is everything you need in the village including a chemist and a doctors surgery. It is about 100 metres to the nearest restaurant and in the village centre (about 150 metres) there are two café/bars with shops, a bank and a restaurant. Depending on the season there are a further 3 restaurants in the village. A good sign is that most of them are frequented by the local French.

Capestang makes an ideal base for exploring the local area, which is rich in history. Friendly locals make staying here a pleasure and an ideal place to wind down. Despite being popular with tourists it has not been spoiled and is ideally situated about 15 kms west of Béziers and 18 kms north of Narbonne, in "Cathar Country". It is also in the Languedoc viticulture region where there are many superb wines which offer great value for money.

The village is over 1,000 years old with lots of old architecture and narrow streets. The evenings can be spent walking alongside the Canal du Midi, exploring the village then calling in for an aperitif at one of the two cafés in the main square of the village where you will be able to sit outside, watch the world go by, admire the stunning architecture of the church and pass the time of day with the locals.

After this there are the restaurants of "Le Provence", still in the square, "La Galinier", just down the road from the house, "La Battilliere" by the side of the canal, "La Table du Vignoble" near the Mairie, "Le Relais Bleu" along the main road or just stay put and have a substantial barbecue at the "Café de la Grille" at a very modest price. Try the local wine which is very good.

There are bouledromes and tennis courts in the village as well as a magnificent church. About 500 metres from the house there is the Canal du Midi.

There are a number of beaches, Valras being the closest at about 25 minutes by car. This has a fine sandy beach with sheltered bathing areas for children and also a playground making it very family orientated.

Closer there are the remains of an old Roman fortification (L'Oppidum D'Enserune) on a hilltop, about 5 kms away as the crow flies, where the remains of the old Roman houses can be seen. There is also an excellent museum. From the top of this hill to the north you will be able to see the marvellous structure of a lake which was drained in the middle ages. The fields look like a dartboard in the way they are set out.

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Juliana Forte (Property Manager South France Holiday Villas Ltd)

  • 3 Years listed

Based in United Kingdom

Languages spoken
  • English
  • French

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