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Two big bedrooms and bathrooms, large, airy livingroom and wonderful terrace.
Two spacious, South-facing double bedrooms. One bedroom has a 160 cm bed. The other has two 1 m beds pushed together. Bed-linen is provided. There are blankets and duvets in the winter.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Children from 5 years old.Children from 5 years old.
Pets allowed - Please ask.Please ask.
No smoking - Only on the terrace. Definitely not inside.Only on the terrace. Definitely not inside.
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 6
- Ask before bringing pets.
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About Ingrid Hudson
I was a documentary photographer in South Africa for many years before coming to our beautiful French village about twenty years ago. Since then I have renovated many houses both for myself and others. Part of the fun has been buying treasures from local markets and brocantes with which to furnish the houses. It was a great way to get to understand the area, learn French and make friends with the people of our village. Since I began renting my houses, of the many, many people who have come to stay with us, 12 couples ( now 15!) have themselves fallen in love with the area and bought houses in and around the village. Be warned!
Ingrid Hudson purchased this House in 2012
Why Ingrid Hudson chose Caunes-Minervois
It has been really satisfying renovating houses in Caunes especially as many had been abandoned. La Sucre had actually fallen down; a lost tooth in a row of lovely stone facades. To renovate it and make it a working part of the village once again has been a great privilege.
What makes this House unique
My son commissioned me to renovate La Sucre for him. We worked together on the design and finishes of the house. My daughter-in-law, a great maker of interesting houses, helped us furnish it. We found old mirrors, pretty crockery and glassware, fabrics and photographs. It has been wonderful building something as beautiful as La Sucre from a tumbled down ruin and, especially, doing it together. It is a house in which we plan to have many happy holidays getting to know the French countryside, the wines and the people. How lucky we are.
- english, french, Afrikaans.