Traditional, stone village house with contemporary interior

Traditional, stone village house with contemporary interior


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 baths

About our home

If you wish to relax, but have the option of culture, restaurants, food markets and wine nearby - this is an ideal situation.
The house is mainly open plan, full of lots of original features, with the emphasis on the kitchen - we love to cook. Two bedrooms, the main being of large proportions with a luxury bathroom. The guest room has an en-suite shower room. Stone floors throughout with underfloor heating, an open fire and a decor of muted colours. South facing terrace, for shaded lunches, sunny for an aperitif and an enclosed, sheltered garden for eating al fresco.
The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside - ideal for walking - or a day trip to the Camargue for a stroll along the beach.


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More about us

  1. This is our home, not a holiday house, and we hope this is reflexed in the quality of the interior
  2. Peter, previous owner of Italian deli and Joanne working in design
  3. English couple living in France. We love design, architecture, brocante and food

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Lots of local restaurants, local style of or Michelin star, but food markets for those with a passion for cooking
Cool bars
Bars in Uzes and nearby, but perfect for people with a love of wine - close to Cote du Rhone area
Cozy cafés
Authentic cafes in medieval town nearby
Retail therapy
Local shopping or TGV to Paris, Barcelona, Nice....
Bit of culture
So much - Avignon, Pont du Gard, Nimes. Music and dance festivals in the Summer
Walks in the park
Walks everywhere - the countryside is beautiful or even day trips to the Cevennes
Spot of exercise
Kite boarding on the coast, walking, paragliding, mountain biking etc etc
Day tripping
Antiques/brocante - Isle Sur L'Sorgue/Avignon/Saint Remy

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