Les Adorables Volets Verts - PEZ118

Prices from £460 - £563

Sleeps: 2   Bedrooms: 1

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Beautifully restored village house in the heart of the lively town of Pézenas. A few steps to a great choice of restaurants, cafes and shops. Rooftop terrace with total privacy for sunbathing. 15 minute drive to nearest beach. 1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms. Sleeps 2.

About Les Adorables Volets Verts

Beautifully restored village house in the heart of the lively town of Pzenas. A few steps to a great choice of restaurants, cafes and shops. Rooftop terrace with total privacy for sunbathing. 15 minute drive to nearest beach. 1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms. Sleeps 2

Light and airy village house, restored with great taste and beautifully furnished and fitted, right in the centre of the lively town of Pezenas with a huge choice of restaurants and shops on the doorstep as well as the popular Saturday market on a Saturday morning.

Enter into a bright hallway with a shower room and washing machine.

Stairs to the first floor where you will find the open plan kitchen which has an electric oven, microwave, and hobs, fridge freezer, toaster, coffee machine, breakfast bar with 2 stools and a folding dining table with 4 chairs.

The comfortable lounge area has 2 armchairs and a sofa, coffee table, TV (French and UK Freesat) and window to the street. Hi Fi with docking station, selection of English books and games.

There are steeper stairs to the second floor which has a double bedroom with high ceilings and a window overlooking the street.

On this floor there is also a smart bathroom with full size bath and over bath shower, basin and WC.

Suitable for a couple.

OUTSIDE

Roof terrace accessed via a ladder from the 2nd floor corridor, not for the very young, elderly or infirm.

The terrace is a sun trap but also has shade. There is a small table and 2 chairs and a couple of sun loungers. Views are over the rooftops of Pezenas.

Free parking in the town.

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Facilities and Features

- Kitchen/Dining/lounge area

- The kitchen is equipped with fridge freezer, oven (electric), hob (electric), kettle, toaster and breakfast bar with 2 bar stools. Dining table with 4 chairs.

- Sitting area has a sofa, 2 armchairs, a coffee table, flat-screen TV, DVD, HiFi with docking station and a selection of English books and games.

- Bedroom 1: First floor. Double bed. Wardrobe.

- Bathroom 1: Ground floor. En-suite to bedroom 1. Shower, WC, washbasin. Washing machine.

- Bathroom 2: First floor. Bath with over bath shower, WC, washbasin.
  • Grouped properties
  • Street Parking
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Terrace
  • Easy Walk to Shops
  • Golf Nearby
  • Watersports Nearby

Location and Map

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Pezenas is a very lively town with many restaurants, cafe bars and interesting crafts amidst its cobbled streets and a great weekend market and there is a great deal to do within a short drive to suit many ages.

Pezenas itself is conveniently located to explore the sites of Languedoc Roussillon and the South of France. It has a population of about 8000 and was once the Capital of Languedoc and was also home to the famous French playwright - Moliere.

The Saturday market in Pezenas is nothing short of fabulous and a must for anyone who loves Mediterranean food. Also every Friday evening during July and August there is a fabulous night market with scintillating food and wines to taste where you can buy and eat anywhere in the square while listening to the evenings live entertainment - a great family night out!

There are around 30 restaurants within Pezenas to suit all budgets and tastes.

Places of interest - toy museum in town, many vineyards to visit and a chocolate maker also nearby!

Local transport - good buses to Beziers and Montpelier,

Nearest beaches, Sete and Cap d’Agde

Rivers, lakes - St Guillam le Dessert relatively close as well as the fabulous Lac Salagou


Within easy driving distance of Montpellier, Carcassonne, Nimes & Narbonne.

There are 5 airports in around an hours drive and good road and rail connections to Montpellier, Carcassonne, Nimes, Perpignan and Narbonne.

The Languedoc is a vast winemaking area and you will get chance to sample some excellent wines - St Chinian, Faugeres, Picpoul de Pinet - to name but a few.

The Mediterranean beaches from Cap d'Agde to Sete are 20 minutes away, where you can dine on fresh oysters and a glass of ice cold Picpoul de Pinet!

You will also find vineyards, mountains and breathtaking gorges in this stunningly beautiful area of France.

You have a choice of airports across the South of France :
Fly to Perpignan (1 hour)
Fly to Carcassonne (1 hour)
Fly to Montpellier (45 mins)
Fly to Nimes (1 hour 15 mins)
Fly to Beziers (30 min)

Availability Calendar

 

Weekly rates and Extra Charges

Prices

rental period weekly rate
25 May 2019 - 30 Aug 2019 £563
31 Aug 2019 - 20 Dec 2019 £460
18 Jan 2020 - 22 May 2020 £460
23 May 2020 - 28 Aug 2020 £563
29 Aug 2020 - 18 Dec 2020 £460
Arrival after 4pm, Departure by 10am. Times may be flexible out of high season.

Fees and conditions

  • Security Deposit: £200.00
  • Bed linen and towels and end of stay cleaning included in rental rates.
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Further Information

Visited by one of our team.

Not suitable for children under 5 due to steep stairs and roof terrace access.

Room fans available.

owner profile

We have lived in West Berkshire for the last 12 years in a lively friendly village within a short drive of Newbury, known for its racecourse, infamous bypass and as the home of Vodafone!
My main work is as Managing Director for a forensic engineering and investigation company and my wife is an artist who creates abstract paintings and sculptures, some of which can be seen in our French home, 'Les Volets Verts' in Pézenas.
We chose to buy in the South of France having had many holidays in different regions including Normandy, Brittany, the Vendée, the Dordogne, Provence and skiing holidays in the Alps. We wanted to be certain of the weather and particularly loved the Langue d’Oc region with its relaxed lifestyle, great wines, beautiful unspoilt villages and breathtaking scenery. We first visited Pézenas in 2008 staying in a village within a 10-minute drive and it became our regular venue for its many varied restaurants, interesting artists' galleries and artisans' workshops, and the fantastic Saturday market.
It seemed a natural choice, when looking to have a second home, to buy somewhere within a 10 to 15 minute drive of this relatively unknown jewel in the south of France. Having then looked at many properties in surrounding villages on a whirlwind visit to the region in September 2013 it occurred to us that it would be better to have our home in Pézenas so we could enjoy dining out and sampling the local wines any evening that we wanted to, without having to drive. We completed on Christmas Eve 2013!
The instant we saw Les Volets Verts, my wife fell in love with it. It had recently been completely renovated and very tastefully furnished, the tessellated floors adding a cool Mediterranean feel and with the rare advantage of a roof terrace with both shade and sun trap it was a very quick decision to take the plunge.
Les Volets Verts is first and foremost our second home in a town which we want to become a home from home. We regularly stay at the property but would love for like-minded couples to experience the ambience of this characterful town and the surrounding areas.
Although the house is literally only two minutes' walk from the old part of Pézenas town, it is a quiet haven with everything you need close by including two bakeries, a butcher's, three cafés, and even a handmade chocolate shop! It will be particularly attractive to couples who want to go out and explore the surrounding villages, vineyards, and larger towns such as Carcassonne and Montpellier during the day and then come back, park up the car, for an evening of fine wine and dining in Pézenas itself.
In the town you can hire a bicycle or even a classic 2CV car and there is a sports centre, swimming baths and also a cinema which often screens English films. As this is our home we have tried to have everything that we might need including a toaster for toast and marmalade, and a kettle to make breakfast tea – things that are often missing in French gites. Each time we stay we add a little more to the property which we leave to share with any visitors because we want you to enjoy your time there as much as we do.

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