A stone build house, cool in summer, warm and centrally heated in winter. It consists of two living areas on two floors. The ground floor accessed from the front of the house and can sleep up to 4 people with a lounge, kitchenette and dining area a large double bedroom and storeroom plus a separate shower and utility room and toilet. Internet available throughout the house.
The first floor is accessed by external stairs at the side of the house. It has four rooms that are all 13 metres square including the lounge, two double bedrooms. In addition to this there is a well equipped kitchen and a spacious shower room.
The house has French terrestial TV and UK satellite TV. It has many DVD's, book, games and jigsaws to help you relax and while away your holiday evenings.
The garden is on four sides of the house with many areas to relax in.The front has two private areas to breakfast, have a drink or take the sun towards the end of the day. The rear garden is laid to grass with 10m X 4M salt water pool and a tiled terrace. The garden is landscaped with trees, bushes and plants and gets the sun for much of the day.
The house is in a quiet road 5 minutes from the centre of the village. The railway station is at the end of the road giving easy access to Beziers and Millau and even Paris and Barcelona.
Magalas is very well served and in or very close to the village centre there are:
In the village:
• Patissiere/Chocoalter/Café/Tea room
• Jewellery and second hand clothing
• Florist and Greengrocer
• Tea room (in Patisserie)
• Pizzeria/Snack bar/Take Away
• L’Excalibur Pub/Bar
• La Galerie, eclectic restaurant (book in advance)
• St Pierre de Serjac restaurant (5 minutes drive from the village, book in advance, excellent dining and leisure facilities)
• Credit Agricole
• Post Office
• 1 men’s hairdresser
• 1 women’s hairdresser
• 1 unisex hairdresser
On the far side of the D909 junction
• Intermarche and Aldi
• Tourism Office and wine shop
• Magalas Medical
• Vetinary surgery
• Pizzeria/Snack bar
- Patisserie and Butcher
• Pepiniers David (Plants, flowers )
There are plenty to do in the local area: It is rich with things to do including sightseeing, beaches, markets, vineyards, walking, swimming, canoeing and shopping. This one of the most fascinating areas of Europe, with the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees close by. It has an exceptional climate and has an unusually rich wildlife, a spectacular coast, and wonderful history. You can visit mountains, rivers, lakes, cities, and villages, cathedrals, and Cathar castles. You can easily access Carcassonne with its huge castle, Montpellier, historic Pezenas, ancient Beziers, Narbonne, Perpignan, Nime, Arles, Avignon, Aige Mortes and the Carmargue, the costal villages and towns and even Barcelona all for day trips. There are also numerous cultural activities, along with French regional food specialties, and Languedoc wines. Local festivals range from bull-running to the carnival in Limoux and from water-jousting in the port of Sete to celebrating the 'Vendange' or harvest festival in September. Local villages are all well worth a visit.
You will never be short of something to do.