B&B | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car advised

Our Chambres d'Hotes/ Bed and Breakfast is located in the village of St Genies de Fontedit. The village was originally a medieval circulade and is the perfect base from which to explore this beautiful region of the Languedoc. Open all year round we offer you clean, comfortable and stylish accommodation in our tastefully renovated old vigneron's house.

We have two double rooms with King Size beds and a twin room, all with en-suite bathrooms. Additionally we can offer a family suite which consists of the double room and twin room (booked together, they have a lockable adjoining door).

Bed linen and towels are provided. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, TV/DVD, fridge and hairdryer.

Other items such as hair straighteners, iron & ironing board, cool bags, picnic bags, parasols and beach towels are available to borrow free of charge (depending on availability).

Prices range from:

€50 per room per night – Nov to April

€60 per room per night – May to October

The price includes a continental breakfast which is served at the time of your choice between 8.00 am and 10.00 am and consists of fresh croissants and baguettes, butter and preserves along with a choice of cereals, yogurts and fruit.

Freshly brewed coffee, tea and orange juice are available whilst you plan your days must do's and must see's. Breakfast can be taken on our lovely sunny terrace or the dining room.

We have a secure garage which can accommodate motorbikes or bicycles with direct access into the house. Parking is available outside of the house.

There is a free WiFi connection available and well stocked shelves of books, information about the area and board games.

In the village there is a lively and busy bar, a newsagents, bakers, small supermarket, hairdressers, small market every Thursday morning (selling fruit, vegetables, meats and cheese), a post office and an award winning pizza takeaway. During the spring & summer the village has many musical and cultural events of which visitors are welcome to attend.

There is so much to see and do in this lovely part of France;

The beautiful Languedoc has so much to offer such that choices of what to see and do on holiday are extensive and the only problem is how to fit it all in.

From historic cathar castles and roman ampitheatres to the world famous Canal du Midi, from the untamed beauty of the Camargue with its horses and flamingos to the elegant sophistication of cities such as Montpellier. There are beautiful vineyards trails to cycle, gently meandering rivers to canoe as well as stunning landscapes to explore on horseback. And not forgetting, of course, the miles of golden sandy beaches fringing an azur blue sea.

You'll find water practically everywhere in Languedoc Roussillon, so there's no shortage of canal boating, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, fishing and swimming.

Along the coastal roads there are adventure/water parks such as Aqua Land and the Luna Park. The ports of Meze, Marseillan, Cap D'Agde and Sete boast some of the finest restaurants and bars overlooking the Mediterranean.

Towards the mountains and the Regional Park of the Haut Languedoc, there are grottos, lakes, watersports, historic villages. Even for those who prefer the pool or the beaches, this is an area which should be visited.

Three mountain ranges make skiing, rock climbing and walking great options too. Golf and tennis are also well-catered for, with golf courses and tennis centres dotted across the region.

For the slightly more adventurous, there's ballooning (there's nothing like floating over the rivers and vineyards of Languedoc on a summer's day), paragliding and flying (guided flights over the Cathar castles are highly recommended).

For equestrians, there's France's most famous horse trail (Le Sentier Cathar), and for ornithologists, the variety of birds in Languedoc, especially in the mountainous and swamp regions, with everything from vultures to pelicans.

For children it goes without saying that are many beaches plus water parks, mini farms, the Haribo factory (where the famous sweets are made).

As keen cyclists, we can offer help and advice on cycling routes.

Rugby; for those of you that are keen Rugby fans both league and Union, there's plenty to see here. Fans of English league teams can come to their away games and see their team play the Catalan Dragons at the stadium in Perpignan. If you would like to combine your rugby fixture with enjoying a weekend or week exploring this lovely area then come & stay with us. If you don't want to drive we can organise airport pick ups and transport to & from the stadium. Ask us about our packages.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Valras Plage
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Beziers, Carcasonne, Montpellier, Nimes, Nearest railway: Beziers
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Iron, Hair dryer
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace

The Languedoc-Roussillon region

There so much sightseeing in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of the south of France. It is a vast area - stretching from the Pyrénées in the south up to the Camargue and Provence in the east, and thousands of years of conflict and change have left an unending collection of spectacular castles, ruins, abbeys and villages.There is so much to see and do in this lovely part of France;

The beautiful Languedoc has so much to offer such that choices of what to see and do on holiday are extensive and the only problem is how to fit it all in.

From historic cathar castles and roman ampitheatres to the world famous Canal du Midi, from the untamed beauty of the Camargue with its horses and flamingos to the elegant sophistication of cities such as Montpellier. There are beautiful vineyards trails to cycle, gently meandering rivers to canoe as well as stunning landscapes to explore on horseback. And not forgetting, of course, the miles of golden sandy beaches fringing an azur blue sea.

You'll find water practically everywhere in Languedoc Roussillon, so there's no shortage of canal boating, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, fishing and swimming.

Along the coastal roads there are adventure/water parks such as Aqua Land and the Luna Park. The ports of Meze, Marseillan, Cap D'Agde and Sete boast some of the finest restaurants and bars overlooking the Mediterranean.

Towards the mountains and the Regional Park of the Haut Languedoc, there are grottos, lakes, watersports, historic villages. Even for those who prefer the pool or the beaches, this is an area which should be visited.

Three mountain ranges make skiing, rock climbing and walking great options too. Golf and tennis are also well-catered for, with golf courses and tennis centres dotted across the region.

For the slightly more adventurous, there's ballooning (there's nothing like floating over the rivers and vineyards of Languedoc on a summer's day), paragliding and flying (guided flights over the Cathar castles are highly recommended).

For equestrians, there's France's most famous horse trail (Le Sentier Cathar), and for ornithologists, the variety of birds in Languedoc, especially in the mountainous and swamp regions, with everything from vultures to pelicans.

For children it goes without saying that are many beaches plus water parks, mini farms, the Haribo factory (where the famous sweets are made).

As keen cyclists, we can offer help and advice on cycling routes.

Rugby; for those of you that are keen Rugby fans both league and Union, there's plenty to see here. Fans of English league teams can come to their away games and see their team play the Catalan Dragons at the stadium in Perpignan. If you would like to combine your rugby fixture with enjoying a weekend or week exploring this lovely area then come & stay with us. If you don't want to drive we can organise airport pick ups and transport to & from the stadium. Ask us about our packages.

St Genies de Fontedit

We are located in the village of Saint Geniès de Fontédit in the Herault region of Languedoc. The village is only 10 miles north of Béziers with easy access to Narbonne, Montpellier, Carcassonne, and Perpignan along the A9.