Absolute quiet position: Our large natural stone house (220 m²) with antique details (old stone floors, old beams, lovingly restored) and a lot of atmosphere is situated in a fantastic panoramic position on a slope. The landscape is unspoilt, there are many old chestnut and cherry trees. Relax on the balcony or on one of the terraces in the garden - with sun and shade spots. Bathing places (rivers and lakes) are within easy reach, it is a good hour's drive to the sea. The large house, 2 floors, balcony terrace and 2 garden terraces, is ideal for the vacation of several families or a larger group. The upper living room can also be used as seminar/group room!
However, we explicitly point out that larger events/parties with external guests are expressly not permitted in our house!
Special features NEW: WLAN!! French and german TV.
Many old details, affectionately restored (new kitchen downstairs, 2011 installed). Ideal for a cosy family holiday or for a larger group, which would like to spend their holidays with a lot of space. Sit comfortably together in a big group or look for a place in the sunny or half-shady garden to enjoy the wonderful view of the Orbtal valley... The house is equipped with kitchen, 2 living rooms, 3 bathrooms, so that you don't have to 'step on your feet'... From the lower flat you enter the small 'Placette', a place lovingly restored by the villagers themselves, where people like to meet for a little chat - you will be warmly welcomed!
Airports in the vicinity: Toulouse = 125 km (by direct flight from many German airports) and Beziers = approx. 50 km
Biking - with horsepower or muscle power.......!!: Ideal area for motorcyclists: You will find the most diverse routes - from passes to winding 'race tracks' to cross gravel tracks - everything your heart desires. On most of these routes you will also ride (almost) undisturbed - no annoying motorhomes, coaches or similar annoyances... - riding fun guaranteed!
Mountainbikers: Here too, you have the most diverse possibilities. Choose between demanding mountain tours or tours through the forests and fields of the nearby high plateau.
Also racing cyclists will find the most different degrees of difficulty on the well-developed roads: Valley/Berg/High Plateau
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