Great for children of all ages ; Car essential; No pets allowed;
La Fontane, a secluded house surrounded by the Pyrenées in the Haute Ariège Natural Regional Park (PNR), is named after the stream that flows through its grounds. Its picture windows opening onto a patio and our beautiful rock garden, face full south offering magnifi …see more
We loved staying in this roomy, comfortable house with amazing views of the surrounding mountains. Peter was very responsive to our questions via email and the local contacts, Eric and Cecile were rea… More
Not suitable for children; Car essential; No pets allowed;
Holiday Cottage Melanie is located in the stunning Ariège Pyrenees Regional Nature Park in South Western France and provides a high standard of accommodation and the perfect base to explore the region.
Approximately one hour from Toulouse, Carcassonne and Andorra - ea …see more
Midi-Pyrénées / Ariege / Foix / Ferrieres-sur-Ariege
2 bedroomsSleeps 44 nights min stay
4 nights min stay
Great for children of all ages ; Car advised; No pets allowed;
La Maison Rêver has breathtaking views of the Pyrenees and is the perfect retreat to enjoy all that this magnificent region has to offer. The historic property was completely renovated in 2009, has two double bedrooms and a large, open plan ground floor, ideal for frie …see more
It was what it said on the tin. Impeccably clean, well supplied. Travel directions and key code precise and worked a treat. A simple French home that had all mod cons but hadn't lost its old fashioned… More
“Lovely holiday but property somewhat neglected”
Reviewed 2 Jul 2013
I too have owned (and loved) a holiday home in France (in the Auvergne) so am well aware of the problems associated with periods of absence in a semi-mountain climate: a couple of hours of airing with… More
Thank you for your review and feedback which we always treat as important and valuable to us. Our house is not just a business for us as we treat La Maison Rever as our personal second home. You are right that these old properties do need opening up and take a time to both air and warm up. The damp issue is now resolved, and wasn't a major issue but just the walls absorbing moisture which then needing to be warmed up and lived in. I am sorry to hear that you found La Maison Rever cold as we usually receive positive feedback about how cooling the house is when it's been hot and sunny outside. We installed a wood burning stove and always have a ready supply of wood for guests to use, whatever season it is.
The weather had been very wet for prolonged periods before your trip, followed by a hot and sunny few weeks which made the garden grow rapidly. Following your feedback ,we have resolved this matter going forward by increasing the amount of gardening hours completed by our house keepers.
The guest information/instructions has now been updated and clearly clarified for the use of the boiler and central heating system and I think the issue you had was due to a previous guest damaging the thermostat dial on the boiler. We wish you had contacted us at the beginning of your stay so that we could have resolved this, and your other concerns, immediately.
As for the local cats, I am pleased to tell you that most of them have left as we have had a change of neighbours. Our previous guests at La Maison Rever have informed us that their children had befriended the cats, therefore as a result of your feedback we have updated our guest information details to advise all guests that the cats are not to be encouraged to enter our property.
I would like to thank you again for your valuable feedback and we hope to welcome you back to the Ariege in the future.
Pete and Sasha