|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
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This Converted Barn in the heart of this Ancient peaceful Provencal village yet 15 minutes drive from the ancient town of Uzes with its bustling market in the central square on Saturdays, restaurants, bars, shops & brocantes! Both (and even Haribo Museum!), the Pont du Gard, the Bouscarasse Aqua Park, the Cevennes National Park, the organic vineyards of Fontareches, and the Languedoc and mounds of family fun with pony trekking and animal feeding and outdoor play parks at St Chaptes this place offers everything from a quiet peaceful get away to family fun once you venture out.
Hi - I am Caroline Russell, a mum of 2 and the grand-daughter of the late painter Ena Russell who bought the barn in France in the 1950s and passed in down the family to myself and my cousin Katy.
We have recently renovated the property and absolutely love going there but feel it needs to be lived in more than just our extended families so we have decided to let it out.
We have a great relationship with people in the village, the local Mairee and the little old French farmer Ame who sits on his wall watching the passers by remembers my grandmother as a young lady!
We hope to be able to pass this gorgeous property down for may generations to come and for guests to enjoy it themselves.
it is an idyllic Provencal village
The peace and quiet of the village is just gorgeous yet it is close enough to a bustling 12th century market town
The people of the village are friendly
It is easy to get to.
it is great for families or for couples
It has a hot-tub-come-plunge-pool in the garden
The Terrace off the master bedroom has views of the Village owned Ancient Church itself
Just to say thank you so much for lending me your gorgeous house in France. We had a great time - not doing much except relaxing in the garden with the occasional outing to Uzes and one memorable trip to the Pont du Gard, but it was the perfect holiday.
We met Thierry and Marie who came to make sure we'd settled in ok and that we were comfortable, which we were - completely!
My friend, Annie, and I met a few years ago at an art class so we took our sketch books with us and did quite a lot of drawing (none of which is really very wonderful!) but it was lovely to be somewhere so inspiring - you can really see why so many artists went to that area. I loved your grandmother's pictures - so nice to see them where they were created.
Thank you again for making such a lovely trip possible, it's been a really special holiday.
Love Sue x
We loved our stay at this little cottage. We felt so at home there; the peacefulness of the small village (yes, it's kinda remote, but so worth it), the well equipped kitchen and bathrooms, and incredibly fast wifi. I wished we had been there during the summer so we could have used the beautiful front entrance patio and the hot tub. The cottage was exactly as listed on the site, it was clean, comfortable, and inviting. We were out most everyday exploring the best of what Provence has to offer, and each night we came back to the little cottage like we would come back home. We found an extraordinary restaurant near Uzes called La Table 2 de Julien--amazing. For coffee one morning we ventured into Saint Quentin-la-Potèrie, and found a wonderful cafe called Les Cafe des Potiers--their Cafe Gourmand is the best around! If we ever come back to Provence, and I hope that we do, we would not hesitate to call Caroline again for her little cottage.
A perfect stay with two little dogs. I love everything about this property. It has a wonderful quirkiness but all the comforts one requires for a great stay. A really comfy bed, the most incredible bathtub and really good towels! I have felt incredibly relaxed during my entire stay. There are some great dog walks just minutes away.
I also found it to be incredibly clean. Having walked around bare foot all day I was expecting to have black feet but I didn't!
I have found everything in the kitchen that I could possibly need and the Wifi is very efficient.
This is just such a relaxing little cottage and it really feels like home. One can tell that it has been planned by women. Lot's of lovely pictures and also sockets near a good mirror with a chair so that hair drying and makeup are easy to deal with. Most five star hotels can't seem to get that right!
The only place I really explored was Uzes and that was utterly charming. A great Wednesday market and some wonderful little shops which gave me a good fix of retail therapy. I would also recommend the Pont du Gard which was just stunning.
Looking forward to staying here again at some point
Oh, forgot to mention how helpful and patient Caroline is, dealing with all enquiries immediately. Thank you so much
We had a very relaxing week here from 21st - 28th August this year. The house is full of character, spacious and is fully equipped to enable you to cater for yourselves if you wish to. Even though the weather was beautiful and very hot the main areas of the house remained cool, it was great having the plunge pool to cool you down too! We also enjoyed using the terrace in the evening to sit and look at the stars, a luxury as we live close to London with all the light pollution!! My husband had carried out a lot of research into the area as we are keen cyclists - although some of the roads are fairly busy we did manage to cycle along Gorge de la Nesque, which has a fantastic restaurant at the top, and also Gorge d'Ardeche which was a very huge climbing challenge for me!! We loved Uzes and even managed to find a parking place on market day! We found some great places to swim; Roque sur cez - this was lovely but probably even better out of season, Pont de Gard and Montclus - this had a very pretty hilltop village and was very quiet.
I would thoroughly recommend this property if you want somewhere quiet to stay but within driving distance of a beautiful town and good supermarkets.
We stayed for two weeks in August and it was hot in the mid 30's. The property is spacious with the down stairs remaining cool throughout the day. The garden has plenty of shade which allowed time to read and relax out of the direct sun. There is plenty of Roman culture to visit close by in Nimes, Arles and Pont du Gard along with Middle age history at Avignon and Aigues Mortes. A train ride into the hills was also experienced at Anduze with a visit to the Haribo factory at Uzse. There are plenty of markets to visit but be aware they cause huge traffic delays. An enjoyable time was had by all.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
1 Jun 2017 - 5 Sep 2017
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£50|
Once a booking is made - The balance of payment is due not less than two calendar months from the start of your booking
Once you have booked and paid for the holiday it is not possible for a refund unless we can re-let the cottage at short notice. If this is the case then a proportion of the total cost will be refunded, based on what we are able to let the cottage for at that time.
Days of booking are Saturday (3pm) to Saturday (11am)
Although this is flexible depending on availability
Notes on prices:
Please see pricing information - short stays are also available at half the rate of week rate - just ask!