Azille Village House - AZI101
Prices from £436 - £514
Sleeps: 7 Bedrooms: 3
Village house with private terrace located in the Minervois and Corbieres wine regions, this historic, three-level home is located on the main, tree-lined boulevard with shops and a bar within walking distance. 3 bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms. Sleeps 7.
About Azille Village House
Beautiful village located in the Minervois and Corbieres wine regions, this historic, three-level home is located on the main, tree-lined boulevard.
Within a short distance, you’ll find restaurants, markets and a delightful boulangerie right across the street and a grocery next door. The town is home to several festivals and very close to the UNESCO World Heritage Canal du Midi. The Lac Jouarres, which features swimming and windsurfing, is only 5km from the front door.
After a day of enjoyment, return to the house to relax on your private terrace, or within the cool, marble and tiled interior.
Enjoy the convenience of updated bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Comfortably sleeping six people in three double bedrooms. The rooms are cozy and spacious. Linens and towels are supplied, and consult the information binder provided for recommendations, maps and the nearest post office, banks and pubs! As the village is small, with limited public transportation, we recommend you bring a vehicle.
Large private terrace with BBQ and outside shower.
There is street parking in front of the house for two cars.
Facilities and Features
Dining area / First lounge area on ground floor: seats 6 - 8. Double sofa and easy chair. iPod docking station.
First level lounge area: TV with Orange Livebox (all channels available), Internet, DVD. Access to private terrace through double doors.
Two double bedrooms on first level with street view.
One double bedroom with one extra single bed on second level with overlooking view.
One shower room near the laundry room on ground floor.
One shower over on first level with WC.
Separate WC on ground floor.
Washing machine is available on ground floor in the laundry room.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM
- Private Villa
- 2+ Bedrooms
- 2+ Bathrooms
- Street Parking
- Satellite TV
- BBQ Area
- Pet Friendly
- Easy Walk to Shops
- Watersports Nearby
Location and Map
This marker is for indication purpose only
Cycling and hiking routes for all levels are locally available.
Visit the famed Mediterranean beaches in Narbonne where you can basque in the sunshine, less than an hour’s drive (55km) away.
For the adventurous, a day-trip to Spain, Toulouse and Montpellier is easily accomplished.
Weekly rates and Extra Charges
|rental period||weekly rate|
|29 Aug 2020 - 18 Dec 2020||£436|
|22 May 2021 - 27 Aug 2021||£514|
|28 Aug 2021 - 17 Dec 2021||£436|
Fees and conditions
- Security Deposit: £200.00
- Prices do not include cleaning charge of £75.
Heating only turned on between November and April at an additional fee
The house was spacious, clean and beautifully furnished. It was really easy emailing with Leigh: we found the place pretty easily, the key was in a lock-box by the door and there was plenty of parking space in front of the
house. You can't really get a sense of it in the pictures, but there's a beautiful walled outdoor patio on the second level. We ate most of our dinners out there in view of the church steeple but otherwise it's completely private. Very nice! The house is huge and probably most suitable for larger groups. There were four of us (two couples), but we could have been six or eight and still been pretty comfortable.
The town is small but very pretty, and the people were really friendly. There's a really nice couple who own the epicerie next door and the bakery is right across the road. There's a bar down the street (Les Artists) and a
wine cellar (cave) a block or so away. Not much night-life after 10pm or so, but on the other hand it was incredibly quiet and peaceful.
You should be comfortable driving to get the full benefit of this location. Azille is close to a lot of neat sites and cities, and we were able to see a really surprising number of things on day trips - I had my first swim in the Mediterranean, was blown away by Carcassonne, explored castles, Roman ruins, wineries, and had some of the best seafood I've ever eaten. We wanted a comfortable, relaxing holiday where we could drink wine, explore some historic sites and enjoy the countryside, and that's exactly what we found. We'll go back!
From late spring to early fall the seasons in Canada are splendid which is why we return each year and only spend a few months here to escape the nasty winter weather and enjoy the perpetual sunshine. Leigh and Wayne have busy careers that only permit them to visit for a few weeks of the year so, since the house was vacant most of the time, it made perfect sense to attempt to recoup some of our expense by letting it out when we are not here. In reality, I think this house might be part of our children's retirement plan!!
There are so many things to do in the Languedoc - Heritage Sites to explore, every known sporting activity, beaches and parks in which to lounge about or just sit back and enjoy the sunshine, good food and great wines. If we had discovered this place 20 years earlier we might well be permanent residents by now...but C'est La Vie.
Come give it a try- you won't be disappointed.