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Recent Languedoc-Roussillon reviews

  • An Oasis

    "We loved the peace and getting away from it all feel of this lovely property, with very welcoming hosts and beatiful setting. We liked the swimming pool, swimming in the early evening as a family. All very clean and well presented, just like a home, not just a place to stay. Great attention to detail."
    Guest: Jon Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 13, 2014
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  • A home away from home, perfectly charming

    "This was just the most perfect holiday we have had in a while. We felt at home from the start. The owner went to great pains to make sure we knew our way around the property and its amenities, sharing things to do and making us feel relaxed. The property is pretty, bright,clean,well-maintained and equipped and the wifi is reasonable. The planchette was great for (man) cooking on the patio. The pool is extremely clean and maintained and although it is shared with the owner, we always were alone. Table tennis is available with a few pool inflatables. A welcome bottle of lovely Gaillac wine, juice and flowers, with aperitifs to finish our holiday in the chateau with the owner and his wife, all contributed to our wonderful stay. The location, on a hill,has a view to die for! The property is a mixture of old stone and modernity, with all the mod cons. Although it is a little isolated (with plenty of hills around) it is about 15 minutes by car to Puy Laurens, where there are all the local small shops you need plus a couple of reasonable supermarkets. It is a perfect location for exploring the Pays de Cocagne. Our favourites were Cordes Sur Ciel, Toulouse, Castres and Albi and there are so many small villages including Lautrec, which capture the spirit of the area. Do visit the Chateau of Magrin, which houses the (small) pastel museum, a truly fascinating experience. It throws much light on this area's history and development. We enjoyed cycling on the voie vertes, our favourites being from Revel, Mazamet and Saint Sulpice. The selection of restaurants is limited, partly because of the August holidays. L'Etoile, nearby in Puy Laurens, although not much to look at, served lovely food in the evening. We would also recommend Pub St Martin in Soreze and Cafe du Lac, near Revel. We would love to revisit this area and to return to Mas Du Tour. Highly recommended."
    Guest: Etain F. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • Quaint apartment in convenient location

    "Our hostess was very charming and helpful. We stayed in the Syrah apartment which was spacious and reasonably priced. We enjoyed sitting out in the garden enjoying a baguette or pain au chocolat. And the local Florensac wine was really good. The apartment was conveniently located to many interesting towns. And while it is close to the main highway, it is secluded enough to still feel like you are in the country."
    Guest: susan s. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 10, 2014
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  • Great Location, Home from Home

    "This was an ideal holiday at Mas de Tarnie - such a beautiful house in a beautiful setting. It is very well equipped and comfortable, with splendid views. (And we were lucky enough to have wonderful hot weather.) We are a family of 11, ranging in age from Grandma down to a three-year-old, and we all loved it. There's a good supermarket at Jacou, not far away. And from Jacou you can take a tram into the heart of Montpellier - lovely town, historic and sophisticated at the same time. The three teenage boys and one of the dads enjoyed a tour on Segways through the old district. Some of us sat outside a café in the Place de la Comédie and watched the musicians and acrobats, while our little ones found an imaginative playground quite near. Then all 11 of us piled into a little tourist "train" and had a tour of the town. We had a day in Nîmes, looking for ancient Romans. And were transported back to the Middle Ages at picturesque St. Guilhem le Désert. The children loved the aquarium at Odysseum, accessible by tram from Montpellier, followed by lunch at the Pirate Café nearby (complete with real pirates, a pirate ship and a battle....) A week wasn't long enough. Thank you Vincent, for welcoming us and being so helpful, and thank you Natalie and Paul for keeping the place so clean and attractive. Elizabeth and Family (Brighton)."
    Guest: guy g. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 6, 2014
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