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4 bedroom Villa with Pool Near the Historic town of Uzes, Languedoc

Weekly Rental: From GBP 1185 to GBP 1600

5 (10 traveller reviews)

Property: Villas
Max. People: 8
Single/Double: 4 / 2
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Allowed
Pool: Yes

Description of Property

Owner

Contact Owner
Helen Huston
Mobile: +44 7490 252492

General Information

Changeover Day:
flexible
Sleeps:
8
Pets Allowed:
Yes
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes

Accommodation

Single Beds:
4
Double Beds:
2
Sofa Beds:
Cots:
travel cot
Bathrooms:
3
Separate WCs:
1
Dining Room Chairs
8
Lounge Seats
Yes

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle Dish Washer High Chair Washing Machine Tumble Dryer

Fixtures & Equipment

Hairdryer Iron Air Cond Log Fire TV Satellite Video Player DVD Player Internet Access

Location Information

This Property is situated in Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon

Nearest Airport: Nimes
Nearest Station: Avignon
Nearest Ferry:
Nearest Beach:
Nearest Ski Resort:

Owner

Contact Owner
Helen Huston
Mobile: +44 7490 252492

Rental Rates for this Property

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Special Rental Conditions

Pets Welcome.

Towels provided. (Bath towels are provided).

We can supply pool towels for a small extra charge.

Owner

Contact Owner
Helen Huston
Mobile: +44 7490 252492

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Property Exterior

Private Pool (Heated):
Yes
Pool Barrier / Alarm Fitted:
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Owner

Contact Owner
Helen Huston
Mobile: +44 7490 252492

Local Attractions

The villa is situated in a residential part of the village. The old part of the village is a short walk away and it is well worth exploring its narrow ancient streets and admiring the 2 chateaux - though these are not open to visitors.There is a restaurant in the village as well as a hairdressers. The nearest shop is on Rue St Maximin- if you want to walk, take the shortcut across the fields-it should take you 10 to 15mins. This also has a small bar, and sells essential items including milk, bread, fruit and veg. There is also a farm shop near the village centre, open certain days in season.

There are marked footpaths for you to explore the village and the surrounding garrigue. One of our favourites walks takes you round the edge of the village with delightful views across the valley before descending towards the old village centre again with lovely views of the old houses. In Spring, the garrigue is particularly delightful with carpets of wild flowers, however I also love the scents of the garrigue in summer with its abundance of thyme and other wild herbs.

We are close, only 7 km and a 10 minute drive from the delightful mediaeval town of Uzès. Wander through the streets, pass time in one of the many bars or restaurants, visit the mediaeval garden or The Duché d'Uzès and learn some of the history. On Saturdays there is a very popular market, it's quite a tourist attraction, bustling and vibrant with stalls spilling out from the central Place aux Herbes onto the surrounding streets. On Wednesdays, there is a food market.
We also like the market at St Quentin la Poterie on a Friday. Its full of local produce and although popular is less crowded than Uzès . St Quentin is also well worth exploring, it is full of artisan potteries and even has a pottery museum and some quirky street decor .

Another must see is the Pont Du Gard, a world heritage site only about 20 mins away. Wander round the site, you will of course walk across the bridge, but there are additional signed paths through the garrigue as well as up to viewpoints where you can look down on the bridge, the river and across the valley. There is also a very interesting museum . It's a great place to cool off in the summer , you can relax on the river beach or paddle and even swim in the river.
our other favourite hot weather activity is canoeing down the river from Collias to just past the Point du Gard. We take a picnic with us and stop for lunch and a swim .
There is plenty to explore in the Gard region but if you want to go a little further afield both Avignon and Nimes are about 40 mins away in different directions.

The Camargue is to the South, The Cevennes to the west, The Rhone valley to the north and Provence to the east. All these are very accessible on day trips and offer very different scenery.

Our region is a delight for lovers of food and wine with fresh local, seasonal produce, wineries and an abundance of restaurants to suit all palates and budgets.

Owner

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Helen Huston
Mobile: +44 7490 252492


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