Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
On entering the house, there are two doors leading off the hallway. To the right there is the first of the three bedrooms. Suitable for children it has bunks, a desk and storage for clothes. This room looks out to the front of the property.
To the left from the hallway is the kitchen, which is both bright and charming. It is well equipped with electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and all the usual kitchen appliances.
Passing french doors which lead out onto the first patio area you enter the dining/lounge area. This has an airy feel to it due to the high ceiling and another set of french doors leading onto the patio.
There is seating for six in both the dining and lounge area. There is TV with UK satellite channels, DVD and radio.
Leading off the dining area is the snug/sunroom which has floor to ceiling glass sliding doors and open fire. This room also looks out onto the patio area.
Following on from the snug you enter the spacious master bedroom and which in turn leads onto the rear patio area via patio doors.
From the master bedroom you access the utility area and a large bathroom, which has a full size bath, separate shower, basin and wc. This bathroom can also be accessed from the lounge area.
Back to the hall, the first floor is accessed by a spiral stone staircase where there is another bathroom with shower, separate WC with basin and the third bedroom which has a double bed.
There is airconditioning through out the house and the open fire in the snug area heats the lounge/dining area in colder seasons.
There is gated side entrance to the property and parking space for one car. The remaining patio area is set in paving.
Garden table and chairs for at least six and space for sun loungers.
At the rear of the property there is another patio area which has a stone built BBQ.
Both patios have sun shades and outside lighting.
Master bedroom with double bed, and twin bunk bedroom.
Large bathroom and utility area.
Double bedroom, second bathroom and separate WC.
Linen and towels included.
Last visited by one of our team in March 2011 - recommended.
Suitable for all.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
The Languedoc-Roussillon region
This charming double fronted house is situated in the small village of Nizas, amongst the Languedoc vineyards.
Nizas has a small selection of shops only a short walk away including a cafe/restaurant. The vibrant town of Pezenas is just 5km away, with upmarket shops, restaurants, bars and a large Saturday morning market.
It is ideally located to provide a relaxing holiday base, whilst being within easy reach of local attractions and activities.
The Mediterranean coast is 30 minutes to the south, the hills and mountains 30 minutes to the north, Montpellier, the thriving capital of the Languedoc is with its international airport (Ryanair, BA) is 45 minutes away by car.
One of the most diverse regions of France, the Languedoc offers mountains, lakes, rivers and beautiful stretches of coastline; major towns and fairytale citadels. Languedoc is one of the most prolific wine-producing areas of France and a happy afternoon can be spent touring the many vineyards and tasting the local produce.
Budget airlines fly regularly to Beziers, Montpellier, Perpignan, Nimes, Carcassonne and Girona. Easyjet fights into Montpellier. Spain, Andorra and the Pyrenees are within easy reach. By rail, the TGV operates from Lille to Beziers or Agde. Eurostar has a non-stop service from Waterloo to Avignon
- Public swimming pool in Pezenas
- Superb, child friendly beaches within a 30 minute drive, all with waterside restaurants and cafes.
- Bicycle hire from Pezenas.
- Horse-riding between Nizas and Pezenas.
- Helicopter and light aviation tuition from Nizas airfield.
- Beziers (20 minutes), historic town and capital of wine producing and rugby. Especially vibrant in August and during it's famous Feria. Perhaps the best flower market in the whole of the south on Fridays in the beautiful tree-lined main boulevard.
- Canal du Midi which links the Atlantic with the Mediterranean, miles of flat walks along the shady tow-paths. A choice of boat excursions can be taken.
- Carcassonne castle is well worth a visit, especially on jousting days!
- Roque Haute - outskirts of Portiragnes. Superb botanical reserve.
- Golf courses nearby at Beziers and Cap d'Agde
- Funfair at Vias Plage (July and August)
- Bassin de Thau - a calm inland sea teeming with fish. A breeding place for oysters and shellfish, producing over half the oysters consumed in France. Villages, such as Bouzigues and Meze, have many restaurants serving sumptuous platters of fresh shellfish.
- Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park - gorges, Lac de Salagou, a very beautiful area only 30 minutes drive away, with its stunning gorges and wuperb walking, hiking, river rafting, watersports and carp fishing.
- Roquebrun (called "Little Nice") with its Mediterranean garden with over 400 species
- Pezenas - City of Moliere with an exceptional architectural heritage. Numerous arts and crafts artists with workshops open to the public. Large market every Saturday.
- Spain - an hour's drive to the border.
- Barcelona - approximately 3 hours' drive