Duplex apartment with terrace sleeps 4
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Loved Uzes - stairs to bathroom, no
It was easy to rent this property for 6 weeks and it’s in a perfect location - nice view from terrace, if you can use it. The place was dirty when arrived. Needed dusting, vacuuming and one bed upstairs hadn’t been changed from last guest. Lots of room for 2 to spread out. Nice kitchen with view and we cooked many meals. Could use a coffee machine. I think this apartment is probably used more often for people staying short term for which it is perfect - right in the middle of everything.
The location couldn’t have been better. We did not have a car and had no trouble getting around town, hiking to nearby towns, or getting farther afield with the bus system. The apartment is on the top floor with a beautiful view, but that means there are a lot of steps and no elevator. That wasn’t a problem for us, but could be for some.
Charming apartment in central location
The apartment was comfortable, quirky and very centrally located. The host had left a lot of useful information about Uzes and the area for us. We enjoyed ourselves very much!
While here we watched the flag fly over the Duchy and, had royalty looked our way, no doubt they would have been envious of our accommodations. Oliver was an exceptional host, the apartment delightful and the rooftop deck . . . well, as good as it gets.
Chris & Margaret
New Hampshire, USA
Excellent location. Helpful host.
Arrived and settled in to a heat wave! Fortunately there were fans available. Pictures of home were accurate. Could use a baking dish or two and a shower curtain. But those are my only suggestions. Thank you Olivier!
Uzès, famous for its music and dance festivals, is a spectacularly beautiful small town dominated by the towers of the Duché (the château), the cathedral and the elegant Tour Fénestrelle. Built from the white limestone on which it stands, it is the perfect place to relax and lose yourself in the maze of narrow streets full of boutiques, restaurants and historic sites, or to walk in the shady river valley; inspect the remains of the Roman aqueduct and the spring which once supplied it.. The famous Pont du Gard is a few minutes away. The Uzès market stalls and small shops contain a wide variety of fresh local produce - olives, spices, fish, wine, lavender honey, cheese and provençal fabrics. Uzès is ideally situated for visiting Nîmes, Arles, Avignon, St Remy-de-Provence, the Cévennes and the Camargue. The landscape between Uzès and the Cévennes is of vineyards, olive groves and garrigue - hills covered in thyme, box and rosemary. There are villages to explore, beautiful walks, swimming and kayaking in the rivers...
BUT please try to avoid arriving on a Sunday!
- english, french
About Oliver Bevan
I am an artist (painter) with a certain notoriety in this area, who left London and came to France with a young family in 2001. I have found galleries and a greater appreciation for my work here than I ever had in England! My children, now adult are both bilingual after completing their education in the French system.
Oliver Bevan purchased this Apartment in 2003
Why Oliver Bevan chose Uzès
We wanted to live in this spectacularly beautiful town, make French friends, master the language and enjoy the privileged climate of this area with its wonderful food and wine.We bought apartments within the old ramparts of the town close to where we live. 'The Artist's' was a must as soon as we stepped out onto the terrace. The view over the rooftops was breathtaking.
What makes this Apartment unique
You are right in the centre of the old city, and yet it is not noisy. The terrace is a wonderful spot for a quiet aperitif or a meal in the summer months with a view of the floodlit Duché and its flag fluttering in the breeze.