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"Our stay was rejuvenating, enriching and memorable.
From the moment we arrived and caught sight of the blue shuttered maison , we knew we had chosen the right place.
Surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and a few 'in season' fig trees, Mas Daumas Gassac was a retreat from our plugged in lives.
We found everything we needed in the house - linens, towels, and all the kitchen amenities that one would need. We ate outside most evenings and were treated to beautiful sunsets and peaceful surroundings. The nearby surrounding areas ( Aniane and Gignac) offered markets, boulangeries and an Intermarche for all else. The added bonus for us was the ability to cycle some lovely routes straight from the driveway's exit. We rented bikes once there and found the nearby routes perfect for cycling.
For days of leisure, the pool provided an amazing vista over the entire region.
The proprietor, Samuel was responsive to all of our questions and very accommodating, his customer service went truly above and beyond.
We were there at the end of harvest ( end of Sept) and were excited to see the vineyard in action - just up the road from the house.
I thoroughly recommend this peaceful, tranquil and beautiful home away from home."
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 17, 2015
"My family and I spent 2 wonderful weeks visiting the Languedoc-Roussillon area with Narbonne as our base. This apartment is very spacious, comfortable, very well equipped, high spec furnishings and fittings and (most significantly) very well located for touring this part of France. We would highly recommend it.
Plenty of quality restaurants within walking distance (our favourite was Le Coq Hardi while we felt Le Grand Buffet was over-hyped) and we would also recommend travelling to nearby Gruissan where there are some v nice restaurants (Plan B and L Ete Indien were both lovely and there is a cafe that sells Gelato that I can also recommend, and I know my Gelato) and the atmosphere is relaxed and enjoyable.
Highlights/recommendations for visiting
Lagrasse, Minerve, Roquebrun and we also drove to Villefrance-de-Conflent and continued to Mont-Luis (didn't bother with the "yellow train") which is a hugely enjoyable drive. On the return journey, just off the N116 there is a "gorge" where you can choose from a number of set walking routes that I would also recommend however the name escapes me but it is well signposted with a carpark and other facilities.
Carcassone is wonderful but try and be there for 9.30ish to avoid the crowds, ditto Montpellier to avoid the midday temperatures. If visiting Montpellier I would suggest parking in the car parks located at the outskirts of the city and getting the train to the city center.
A really wonderful drive (approx 2/3 hours depending on stops) is Villerouge-Termenes to Mouthoumet to St martin des Puits. Road is narrow in places but very little traffic and gorgeous views/villages. Highly recommended.
Les Halles market is a fantastic option literally on the door step however we found the fruit sold by the stalls located on the approach roads to Narbonne to be fresher and better value, nice guy selling fruit/veg on the way back from Narbonne plage.
Thanks Mimi, Mark and Julie for a wonderful holiday."
Guest: Liam B.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 5, 2015