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"I spent almost a month in Ingrid's gorgeous stone cottage and it was a life changing experience! The interior is just delightful as are the hosts Ingrid and Christopher. They were extremely helpful and kind and made me feel so at home that I can't wait to return and am about to make a new booking! The cottage is situated in the heart of the village and yet it is quiet and serene, the abbey's bells chime and the birds twitter. There are fabulous restaurants within walking distance and a very well stocked grocery store and of course heavenly wine cellars hosting excellent wines. The 3 storey cottage is just perfect for one or two people and so romantic, comfy and cosy; some days I just stayed at home reading from Christophers' incredible library. I would really recommend this lovely home to anyone coming to stay in beautiful magical Caunes Minervois!"
Guest: HanlieDate of Stay: June 2014Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
"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 2014Review Submitted: May 6, 2014