|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Two bedrooms, one twin one double with windows onto the meadows. There is a shower room and separate wc. The Cottage has its own private garden with hammock and BBQ, .probably the most welcome extension to any accommodation giving you the opportunity to dine and relax outside throughout the day and evening. Safe parking next to the cottage. Wi Fi usually available under the veranda.
The large lounge has a three piece suite, dining table and chairs with corner kitchen (two door fridge/freezer, gas hob and oven,toaster, microwave, coffee maker, sink, tiled work surface).Arched windows look out onto your own garden and the river valley and hills beyond.
All the accommodation is set at ground level - no stairs.
Washing machine freely available.
Please check our website for further illustrated information.
You'll arrive to clean accommodation, the beds made up, cold drinks in the fridge and a complimentary bottle of wine to enjoy in your own shady garden. We are on site to welcome you in and show you around. So close to all amenities, motorway and airport, yet away from noisy roads, so close to a host of famous places Avignon, Nimes, Montpellier etc, yet so tempting to just relax in the hammock in your own garden or splash in the sparkling 6 x 12 meter pool. Mas du Moulin d'Astruc and its separate cottages are surrounded by 12 acres of vineyard and meadows and set within a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty It lies near the medieval village of Sauve, overlooks the River Vidourle and is at the foot of the Cevenne Hills and National Park.. You're only a 5 minutes walk from an excellent restaurant and situated ideally for touring famous cities, villages and natural sites, river swimming, visiting the beach or walking to nearby Sauve. You'll be in the heart of beautiful countryside but not isolated. Safe car-parking. Wi-fi available FREE.
You'll be close to lots of traditional markets, great wines, plenty of restaurants and beautiful drives into the hills where you will find a land where time has stopped. Terraced hills,unchanged villages ,river swimming -a paradise.
Though you'll need a car, you could take the bus to Nimes or Le Vigan (1.30Euro), it passes just up the road, and take a break from driving.
There are no additional charges relating to your booking and there is no cleaning charge if you leave the accommodation clean but if you want a break from cleaning then we offer a cleaning service for only 30 Euro. Please visit our website, the address is listed under "facilities", where you'll find a lot more information.
We have advertised with Owners Direct for over 10 years .
Hello . Jenny and I moved to Southern France some years back now, with our young family, seeking the warmth of a Mediterranean climate ,the beauty of Southern France, good wine and a more relaxed way of life amongst the nature and history of this lesser known area. We have not been disappointed and still marvel at the beauty of our surroundings, the space we have and yet all the facilities of modern life just close bye. Not that easy to find but we did and here we are over 20 years later and never saw anywhere better! It was an all or nothing move. Jenny has been a local councillor. I play in the pottery studio when I get the chance. No photo of us as we don't really come with the gite! But you'll see us around, occasionally by the pool.
Nick Moore-Morris purchased this cottage in 1991
Why this property? Well because it's close to all the facilities you may need and not up a mountain pass ! The region is stunning in its beauty, there's a super pool waiting, great local walks, plenty of attractions from caves and train rides to bamboo forests and Roman temples , beautiful markets, great wine and even river swimming It's a great place to relax and watch the stars at night. Surrounded by a beautiful natural environment in a conservation area but close to art galleries, supermarkets, restaurants and a wonderful wine growing area.It's close to this side of paradise! and offers you your own garden area as well as acres of meadow land to enjoy. Walk the medieval lane to Sauve for breakfast bread or in the evening to one of the nearby restaurants.
Beautiful meadowland surrounds you in this conservation area giving you space to breath.
Barbecue in your own garden or wander across the meadows and play a game of boule
Everyday you'll see eagles overhead. But you'll be only 3 minutes drive to supermarkets, restaurants (even closer), and genuine village markets. There's a delightful walk from your gite by gardens and river to the authentic medieval village of Sauve with its many artists and musicians.
You'll have complete privacy but Jenny and I are always there to help with any problems you may have from booking a restaurant to punctures to light bulbs.
Flexible bookings on any day of the week are available, except in peak season, allowing you to benefit from flight or train travel promotions.
Booking is very easy and all contact is in English...we are English!
Please contact us by phone or email. Payment is accepted in pounds sterling by ordinary UK bank transfer or cheque (saving you charges) or in euros. Minimum booking period is one week.
Full details of booking procedure can be found on our website.
Flexible bookings are possible in the low, mid and possibly high season. Peak season bookings are Saturday to Saturday.
Notes on prices:
Prices shown are for the accommodations per week in UK Pounds.
Fully flexible dates available for low, mid and high seasons.
All prices are inclusive of water, gas and electric. All bed linen is included and the beds will all be made up upon arrival. Towels may be hired. Please see our website for full details.
We (us plus kids aged 10 and 7) love this place! The location is perfect - perfectly peaceful yet within easy reach of all amenities. Fantastic pool with amazing views of the hills and a good chance of spotting eagles overhead. Loads of space for the kids to roam in the meadows in complete safety. Nick and Jenny are fabulous hosts - happy to chat about anything, help out with advice on days out but don't invade your privacy at all. We stayed 2 years in a row and will definitely return.
Sauve is a lovely village and the walk in is easy for an evening meal - there are a couple of great restaurants which welcome children.
The house has all that you need for a holiday including fans which were very welcome. The outside space, with bbq, hammock under the shade of a tree and the most amazing views, is unforgettable.
Adam is a keen cyclist and the surrounding hills made for some great rides.