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Two Storey Townhouse in the centre of the old town of Marseillan, Herault, France

Weekly Rental: From EUR 600 to EUR 1050
Description of Property
Owner
Contact Owner
Willem and Ann Mary Stanton-Wijgerse
Phone: + 33 5 53 36 53 40
General Information
Changeover Day:
Saturday
Sleeps:
7
Pets Allowed:
No
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes
Accommodation
Single Beds:
1
Double Beds
2
Sofa Beds
1
Cots
Bathrooms
2
Separate WCs
1
Dining Room Chairs
5
Lounge Seats
Yes
Fixtures & Equipment
Cooker/Hob, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle, Dish Washer, Washing Machine, Central Heating, TV Terrestrial, CD Player, WiFi, Phone
Other Interior Facilities
Location Information
This Property is situated in Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon

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Owner
Contact Owner
Willem and Ann Mary Stanton-Wijgerse
Phone: + 33 5 53 36 53 40

Rental Rates for this Property
Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
Special Rental Conditions
Rentals are from Saturday to Saturday.

The house is available from 4 p.m. onwards and we request guests to arrive before 6 p.m. and if possible to keep us informed as to exact time of arrival.

The house should be vacated by 10 a.m. on Saturday.

Bedlinen and towels are provided.

We request visitors to bring their own beach towels for outdoor use.

Heating / Air-Conditioning
All of our houses are heated with wood stoves and electric heating and heating is included in the price between October and April. We provide the wood for burning. Nénuphar (Waterlily) also has air conditioning to ensure comfort in the hot days of summer.

Payment
All prices are for one week from Saturday to Saturday. Prices are in Pounds sterling or Euros and we can accept cheques for both currencies.

Deposit of 30% at time of booking and the balance payable 4 weeks before the holiday for all properties.

There is a refundable damage deposit of 350 euros payable 4 weeks in advance of the holiday at the same time as the final payment. The deposit will be returned after the holiday following verification of the state of the house.
Owner
Contact Owner
Willem and Ann Mary Stanton-Wijgerse
Phone: + 33 5 53 36 53 40
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Property Exterior
BBQ:
Yes
Owner
Contact Owner
Willem and Ann Mary Stanton-Wijgerse
Phone: + 33 5 53 36 53 40
Local Attractions
Marseillan is on the Mediterranean coast of France on the inside edge of an inland sea, once of interest for salt commerce and now a renowned area for the ‘coquillage’ fishery, especially enormous oysters and mussels. There is nothing nicer than sitting in a small restaurant by a port sipping the local ‘Picpoul’ and eating fish. The coastline is marshy and home to a great variety of flowers and wildlife. Travelling to and from the beach you usually see a small group of flamingo balanced on one leg, feeding in the middle of the water.

Marseillan, like its neighbour Agde, was founded by Greeks about 200 B.C. Buildings date from 800 years ago when the city wall was constructed and still dictates the plan of the town. The Cap d’Agde offers spectacular coastline walking along rocky cliffs and also has a marine archaeology museum showing everything they have and continue to dredge up from the sea and the Herault river. There is also a Roman villa in the locality, and a museum of pre-history and dinosaurs on the actual site where numerous dinosaur eggs have been found.

The Canal du Midi which runs from the Atlantic ocean to the Mediterranean and is navigable by pleasure boats passes by Agen, Lot-et-Garonne and ultimately opens into the Etang near Marseillan is a world heritage site. It is worth visiting to see locks in operation and cycling on the canal paths or taking a boat trip.

Marseillan is home to the produce of ‘Noilly Prat’ a fortified herbal martini-type wine, known worldwide as the ‘chef’s secret’ and visits to the chai are recommended. There are organized walks to the ‘garrigue’, the landscape of olive trees, vineyards, thyme, and cicadas, hot and arid, a museum of flora and fauna and sailing lessons. Sports lovers can play tennis, basketball, beach games in Marseillan Plage, arrange for sea-sports such as wind-surfing, para-surfing, walk or cycle.

All of the port villages have water jousting contests over the summer and festivals with fireworks, music and dancing, parades and eating.

There are 100 kilometres of golden beaches along the Mediterranean coast near Marseillan and many different beaches to choose from including naturist beaches.
Owner
Contact Owner
Willem and Ann Mary Stanton-Wijgerse
Phone: + 33 5 53 36 53 40


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