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On a one-hectare property surrounded by dry stone walls in a dominant position, facing the listed village of Lussan, we offer an independent Mazet - 70m ² ground floor - offering 2 bedrooms, each with a terrace overlooking the garden and pool area - lovely tiled pool with counter-current system.
The house has been restored with natural materials and attention to decor and comfort gives each room a unique character and distinctive atmosphere.
It is an ideal place for quiet holidays, children can make the acquaintance of our daughters horse.
Starting directly from the property you can enjoy the many hiking trails through the guarrigue (scrubland), to' Concluses, the menhir '.... etc..
Within a 100 kilometre radius, you can also quickly explore a remarkable and diverse natural and cultural heritage:
the Gard Provence ( from Uzes, the Pont du Gard, Anduze, to the gorges of Ardeche and Cevennes valleys)
Coastal Provence (the Camargue and Mediterranean preserved beaches)
Provence of Mistral, Daudet and Van Gogh (Alpilles, Saint Remy and Les Baux de Provence)
without forgetting the ancient cities of Nîmes, Arles, and Avignon and its festival.
Off season weekend in "host's holiday cottage", including breakfast:
From 100€ at night For the totality of the holiday cottage (5 people) with free access to the kitchen, the minimum at 2 nights.
Possibility of baskets or rustic trays meals on request.
Arrived TGV (Nîmes, Avignon) possible with transfert AR towards the holiday cottage.
Contact us for estimate!
Well fitted kitchen opening to the dining room
Single bed used as a sofa
Two bedrooms each with a sliding glass door opening to a terrace overlooking the undergrowth, the garden.
Large walk- in shower
Boardgames, childrens toys. Books for all ages
One hectare property surrounded by dry stone walls in a dominant position, facing the listed village of Lussan,
Shadowed secure car park in the property just near the gite
Amenities for 5, ground floor, each room has sliding glass door opening to a terrace
For a long time Parisian, then from Arles, we are recently settled in this region where the nature remains protected.<br/>
|Year property purchased||2012|
|Why this location?||Ourselves having spent numerous holidays as closely as possible to territories and their inhabitants, our house allows us today to welcome hosts in a spirit of conviviality and authenticity.|
|Unique benefits of property||Of the house, you can easily go off to explore of all Provence (call up we, we ll tell them you!) Its very easy from the gite!
To ours, choose your kind of hollidays:
Sportives one, (hiking trail, bike ramble (4 mountain bikes available), horse treck---speleology, canoeing,paragliding, tennis court 3 kms---)
Relaxes one, at the edge of the pool, in the shade of the oaks, a vast ground of adventure in complete safety for your child.
The choice is yours!
The famous Ardeche River for canoeing
The oldest roman water bridge in the world
Visit the first duchy of France always lived by the duke.i think he's the last one!! The beautifull medieval town centre
A large gîte in the grounds of the owner's house, with an entrance hall/dining room/kitchen, lounge, two spacious double bedrooms, shower room and toilet. All main rooms have patio doors leading on to terraces, with that from the lounge opening on to the outside dining area. From there four steep steps lead down to the extensive pool area, which is partially shaded. The dining area is shaded for breakfast and dinner, but the big umbrella is necessary for lunch.
The kitchen area is small, with a sink, dishwasher, small fridge, two-plate electric hob, and combination microwave/oven/grill. There is a larger fridge/freezer in the adjacent garage for guests' use. The shower room has a walk-in rain shower, a small wash basin and a washing machine.
The gîte is in an isolated rural area with few local amenities. Lussan itself is a disappointment, and other towns and villages worth visiting are all some distance away. The nearby Auberge Gardoise is an excellent restaurant (booking advised), and La Gargouille in Barjac is also good.
The owner Jean-Pierre is friendly and helpful and speaks English.
What's to like: A lot
What's not to like: The very small kitchen area. The tiny wash basin in the shower room
Accessibility. Floors flat throughout, and no low ceilings. There are doorsteps into the gîte, with that to the dining terrace being awkward, though it can be reached by the rough outside path. Pool area inaccessible to the disabled.
Un endroit très agréable pour se ressourcer, se reposer,.
La piscine est de taille idéale pour de jeunes enfants (8 et 10ans) et pour les plus grands aussi! Le gîte est très confortable.
Les alentours offrent beaucoup de curiosités à visiter.