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Recent Languedoc-Roussillon reviews

  • Vie de château

    "Excellentes prestations et conseils avertis donnés par la propriétaire. Nous avons apprécié sa préoccupation permanente de satisfaire ses hôtes et sa longue liste de fournisseurs et activités alentours. Accueil chaleureux. Rébecca Gregory nous a confié les clés de sa demeure sans appréhension, même si un groupe d'amis de 22 personnes avec des enfants entre 5 et 17 ans peut inquiéter au premier abord. Très riche région autant au niveau historique que touristique, mais il est également possible de séjourner à la Commanderie uniquement pour profiter du site.Nous gardons donc cette bonne adresse que nous recommandons pour un dépaysement total et une autre vie!"
    Guest: Sylvie L. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014
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  • A great location for first time travelers to France

    "We have stayed here 2 years in a row and have already booked again for this year. It truly has a home away from home comfort factor. For our first time to France, we stayed a week in a Paris, then took 2 days to drive to Cuxac-Cabardes, even though you can do it in one. After the hustle and bustle of the city, it was absolutely amazing to find this fairy tale little village nestled in the foothills of the Montagne Noir. La Pierre is a 400 year old stone Village house that still retains all the charm of yesteryear, but has all the modern conveniences you need. As you approach for the first time you are amazed at the tiny street it is located on as it will barely fit a normal size car. No Hummers down this street!! Parking is mere steps away and plentiful. The house easily accommodates 6 people with it's 3 bedrooms and large dining table. The main floor contains the main living areas and a half bath, and the three bedrooms and full bath are on the 2nd floor. The owners provide everything you need and only expect you to replace items you have used up such as toilet paper etc. There is Internet at the house, and the owners provide a book that contains everything like passwords, instruction on operating the fireplace etc and contact information as well as suggestions on where to shop and where to visit. The English/French speaking couple who look after the house and give you the key are friendly and approachable and live just a few doors away should you have questions. And the things to see and do are incredible to say the least. Location is everything and this house has it. In less than 30 minutes you can visit the bustling ancient city of Carcassonne, or drive in to the mountains visiting sites you having only imagined or walk along the Canal du Midi. Just over an hours drive is the Mediterranean Sea and beautiful ancient towns and Roman ruins. You can dine at many fine restaurants in the area, most of the fun is shopping at the local markets and stores for some of the best produce, cheese, breads and wines you have had. While you could manage without a car if you just wanted a quiet getaway, having one is highly recommended for sight seeing. If you truly want to experience what it is like to live in the south of France, then this is the place for you. We can't recommend it enough."
    Guest: Shelley D. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: February 21, 2015
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  • Esme , Carol and Sydney,

    "This is the third time I have had the pleasure to stay at the Mas du Marechal. My teenage daughters and their friends just want to return , time and again , to them the whole experience epitomizes the ultimate holiday. The excitement all starts when they board the TGV train in Paris, it has its own charm and travelling at lightening speed gets you to Avignon , rested and ready to start having a ball. We've had days on which we planned to stay home and just have a peaceful and leisurely time together , but inevitably someone dreams up a new excursion for us and off we go .We had such a lovely invigorating hike through the forest from the Pont du Gard into the village of Vers. Such breathtaking views of the river and countryside and a rejuvenation of mind and soul. Our girls , who are learning French now will make a point of doing the morning bread run , all in an effort to be the first to say Bonjour to the Boulangerie lady and to practise using some new words they have learnt. Oh!, and the shopping , the surrounding towns and villages allow you such an array of choices , just buying the food for your dinner is an event that you can spend hours at , savouring the colours and aromas in the open air market at Uzes , so much to do and see, the girls bought numerous unique gifts for friends and family there . We've had a few wonderful day trips too , Avignon and the Popes palace , Aigues Mortes in the Camargue, where we could see the famous black bulls and white horses while cruising on a river boat. It is so convenient to return home in the evenings to a comfortable lodging where you can simply unwind and enjoy the outdoor space on the terrace or jump into the pool. THe open plan kitchen and dining area allows for such fun in preparing meals, we'd sit at the table playing cards and board games in the evenings too with hoots of laughter and the sheer pleasure of each others company.."
    Guest: Esme Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 24, 2014
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