|Mountain View||Self Catering||Flexible||3||6||2||Travel cot|
Mountain View is situated in the beautiful city of Marseillette; just a few minutes stroll from the tranquil Canal Du Midi. Located on the border of the Corbieres and Minervois wine region, this charming rental property is just 15 minutes from the Medieval Cite de Carcassonne and 45 minutes from the Mediterranean coast. Its central location from Toulouse, Beziers, Narbonne and Limoux makes Mountain View the perfect place to begin exploring the stunning region of Languedoc
Mountain View is available all year round as a self-catering rental house. Renovated and modernised to a high standard, it sleeps 6 adults comfortably in 3 spacious bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms. The large family size kitchen is fully equipped, including a dishwasher and washing machine, and the large open plan lounge and dining area both seat six comfortably.
The fabulous south facing sun terrace is located through 3 sets of frenchdoors which open out from the living and dining area. The private terrace offers spectacular panoramic views over the vineyards and Alaric Mountains and it is perfect for sunbathing, relaxing and summertime dining.
To ensure your stay is comfortable and UK tv and wi-fi internet access are available and good quality bed linen and towels are provided and included in our rental rates.
The kitchen is well equipped, a real 'home from home'. It has a dishwasher, washing machine, electric oven, gas hob and microwave.
There are 2 dining tables, inside and on the terrace, both seating 6 guests.
The kitchen, dining area and lounge are all open plan, making it a very social area to prepare food, eat and relax.
The lounge has comfy sofas, UK tv and internet access. A wood burning stove has been installed to keep you warm during the cooler months.
Boardgames and books are available.
There are 3 bedrooms all with double or kingsize beds. Bed linen and towels are included in the rental price and we have a travelcot available on request.
There are 2 full bathrooms, one has a bath with overhead shower and the other has a walk in shower.
Heating costs are not included in the rental rates and are charged at cost price.
The terrace is the jewel of the house. It is south facing with the summer sun arriving in time for breakfast. It has stunning panoramic views over the vineyards and Alaric Mountains. Equipped with outside table, gas bbq and relaxer chairs to take full advantage of sun bathing and summer time dining.
Easy parking is available to the rear of the property.
There are steps to the first floor so I would not advise this property for disabled guests.
Hairdryer, beach towels, cool box, iron and ironing board.
After leaving the Uk to work on private motor yachts for 10 years, I didn't wish to return,and instead I chose to settle in France. I bought the house in 2005 and spent several years renovating it as a private home. In 2009 I decided to offer the house for rental and was delighted when guests fell in love with the house, terrace and the stunning views as much as I did! Some guests return year after year as I hope you will.
|Year property purchased||2005|
|Why this location?||Perfect central location to explore Carcassonne, Limoux, Narbonne, Beziers and the surrounding areas. Situated in a quiet village with a bar, restaurant and bakery and just 5 minutes from the Canal du Midi.|
|Unique benefits of property||Beautiful views from the south facing terrace. Well equipped and an ideal 'home from home' for couples and families.|
The region of Languedoc is an undiscovered gem. Bordering the Mediterranean coastline, the snow capped mountains of the Pyrenees and the rugged hills of the Massif central, this wonderfully diverse and stunning region offers the perfect holiday destination with something for everyone to enjoy.
The countryside around the local area is stunningly beautiful, surrounded by hilltop Cathar castles, picture postcard villages and views so breathtaking that Van Gogh, Matisse and Cezanne all came here to paint masterpieces. Beautiful red poppies grow wild in the spring, followed by fields of sunflowers in the main summer months.
Wine making is the main industry of Languedoc and there are fields of vineyards as far as the eye can see. The region's rich and interesting history and beautiful rugged terrains offer interesting and exciting days out, from visiting beautiful abbeys and cathedrals, to wine tasting, golf and adventure parks.
Where to eat and shop!
Fresh bread, pastries and basic provisions can be purchased from the village bakery / mini-mart located just a two minutes’ walk from the house. Within a few minutes walk you'll find a friendly terrace bar serving drinks and basic lunches and a nice village restaurant serving more gourmet lunches and dinners. Additionally, local wine is available from our village cave and a mobile pizza van stops in the village twice a week. We also have a post office and hairdressers.
At the nearby town of Trebes, which is a mere eight minute drive away, you will find a great variety of bars and restaurants from pizzerias to fish restaurants and many amenities including three supermarkets, chemists, doctors, banks and a tourist information office. We also offer a welcome book and activities guide to provide you with more detailed information and recommendations on where to eat and drink in the area!