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A restored 400-year old house, built into the walls of the medieval Languedoc village of Caunes-Minervois between Carcassonne and Narbonne (Aude). This three-storey stone home enjoys unobstructed views across vineyards towards the Pyrénées mountains in the distance. Inside, three sun-filled double bedrooms all face southwards. Guests can dine outdoors in a corner of the garden surrounded by flower beds.
Three bedrooms: two with double beds, and one with two single beds.
A converted 18th century 'Orangerie' on the private estate of a château with a swimming pool, in a rural village on the Charente-Dordogne border near Brantôme, Cognac andAngoulême (Charente). It has a private terrace with dining tables and sun loungers.
Four bedrooms: one triple room with a double bed and a single bed, two double rooms with twin beds, and a master ensuite bedroom with an emperor-size bed.
A recently restored winery estate with a large central courtyard and a swimming pool near Pézenas, between Sète and Béziers (Hérault). Two three-bedroom stone cottages are available for rent. Both have a spacious living/dining room on the ground floor, a well-equipped kitchen, and a large terrace leading out to the courtyard. The owners live on-site and tend to the newly planted up-and-coming vineyard.
Alicante: 6 guests - 3 bedrooms : one with a double bed; and two with two single beds each. All bedrooms have an en-suite bath or shower room and toilet.
Ramonet: 6 guests - Three bedrooms: one with two single beds (wheelchair accessible), one with two single beds, and one with a double bed. All bedrooms have an en-suite shower room and toilet.
A restored stone farmhouse and a converted tobacco barn, each with a private pool, on the large forested estate of the 19th century Château Bouynot between Bordeaux and Agen (Lot-et-Garonne). The seven-hectare (17-acre) estate is filled with pine trees and set among rolling hills, vineyards and fields. The homes are heated by environmentally-conscious geothermal systems.
La Grange: 8 guests - Four bedrooms: two, each with two single beds, and two, each with a double bed.
Le Séchoir: 6 guests - Three bedrooms, each with a pair of twin beds that can be converted, on request, into king size double beds.
Originally built as a stable, this small house is elevated above the cosmopolitan village of Cotignac (Var) and offers a panoramic view of the nearby cliffs. Close to the Gorges du Verdon and the Mediterranean coast, this property is well suited for those who will enjoy walking or riding through the lavender fields of Provence.
Two bedrooms, one with double bed and one with twin beds. A sofa-bed is also available.
A converted farmstead with a swimming pool and open gardens, set on a hilltop with panoramic views across the Minervois and Corbières regions, in Paraza near Narbonne (Aude). Located near the Canal du Midi and the medieval city of Carcassonne.
Seven bedrooms, each with a double bed.