|Your contact:||Andreas Wagner|
|Telephone:||+33 4-67 38 09 96|
Entering from the street, the utility room is located on the ground floor, with a washing machine, ironing board, and storage room. The heart of the house is upstairs on the middle floor.
The kitchen and dining room were converted from a part of the building that was once a stone stable. The fully fitted kitchen has an electric oven and stovetop, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer, toaster, coffee maker, and kettle. The oval dining table seats six, and beside it is an additional sofa and armchairs.
French doors lead out to the terrace, where one can dine outdoors at a round table, and enjoy the views of the gardens in front of the mairie or town hall, which until the French Revolution of 1789 was a Benedictine abbey.
Upstairs again is the second bedroom, which has its original patterned tile floor and fireplace. This bright and airy room is furnished with a double bed, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe and an easy chair. On the top floor, under the roof is a third bedroom with two single beds, a chest of drawers, and a wardrobe. Next to it is a bathroom with a shower, toilet, and basin.
|Special features:|| Bilingual assistance available on site
Maid, Cook and Driver can be arranged on request
Credit cards accepted
Nearest large townBeziers
Other towns nearbyCarcassonneMontpellierNarbonne
Saint-Chinian has a good range of shops and services: there are five restaurants and bars, as well as bakers, butchers, grocery shops and newsstands within a short walk from the house.
St-Chinian was founded by Benedictine monks during the reign of emperor Charlemagne in 794, and has had a long history. The village church has a beautiful 17th century organ, which was recently restored and is regularly used for concerts. Visitors shouldn’t miss the chance to climb to the chapel of Notre-Dame de Nazareth on a rock outside the village, which has unforgettable views of the valley in which Saint-Chinian is situated.
The Haut-Languedoc National Park is on the doorstep, and provides a great stretch of lakes and forests to enjoy.
The 17th century Canal du Midi which connects the Mediterranean sea with the Atlantic is always pleasant to walk or cycle alongside. One of its most spectacular engineering feats is the staircase lock in Béziers.
Aurelie is truly an oasis. Thank you so much for sharing such a lovely place with us. The house is fantastic.
Jennfer A. and Dale L. - Ontario, Canada
We have had a great time at Aurelie, enjoying the terrace view of the Mairie and the proximity of the marche. The house is very comfortable and well equipped. St Chinian is once again delighting us, as always.
Sara B. - Oxford, UK
It’s been a wonderful time with nice weather and we enjoyed our ecxursions, swimming at Vendres Plage and in the river Orb. Hope to be back next summer!
Eva and Kai S. - Germany
A great two weeks in St Chinian. Aurelie was perfect for our stay in the South of France as we were able to go off for day trips all around. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
David and Belinda W. - Wellington, New Zealand
This was my second stay in this area. I love it. The wine, the different sceneries, the food. Too bad that thsi trip must now end. The house was lovely and enjoyable, clean and airy.
Richard M. - NC, USA
We enjoyed our two weeks vacation in Saint Chinian very much. We found everything to make our stay very comfortable. The rooms are spacious and nicely decorated and cosy. Thanks so much for your hospitality!
Eva, Andreas and Kai - Germany
We have thoroughly enjoyed our week in St Chinian and found Aurelie a great house to relax in, it is beautifully decorated and furnished and very well equipped.
Peter and Louise L. - Weston super Mare, Somerset, UK
We have enjoyed Aurelie very much. The house is homey and comfortable with a lot of ’French character.’
Bernie and Alice F. - Burlington, Ontario, Canada
The house absolutely met our expectations, the terrace was a beautiful spot to sit, and the whole place is as good as it looks on the website.
Margaret N. - Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Aurelie was very comfortable and had a good location, being near the centre of St Chinian, but away from the traffic. Thank you for helping to make our holiday such a great experience.
Iain S. - Glasgow, Scotland, UK