Maison Loyez

5 Bedrooms (sleeps 10)3 Baths750£ - 1750£

Positioned in the high garrigues with superb views from the large fragrant garden this prestigious house with large swimming pool, internet access and partial air-conditioning offers real luxury for the discerning guests.

The accommodation comprises:

Open the doors from the sun lounge and step into the beautiful fragrant garden. Take in the views over the Languedocian high garrigues with the thyme, wild rosemary and a cacophony of other native plants and feel the warm breeze on your face. If this vision of starting the day appeals then Maison Loyez may be for you. The property is in the tiny hamlet of Mas Rolland and is surrounded by nature. The extensive gardens are full of mature trees bushes and wild garrigues plants and make the whole setting totally enchanting.

Within the gardens and with commanding views all around is the large (12 meter by 5 metre) swimming pool with natural hardwood terracing and a pool house with bar and changing area. There is also a BBQ for those al fresco meals.                      

Inside, the property is light bright and furnished to a very high standard. On the ground floor there is a large and airy sitting room with comfortable sofas, armchairs and UK satellite TV, this room leads to a spacious and very well equipped kitchen/dining room from which is accessed the large utility/laundry room. All modern appliances are provided within the kitchen. There is a lovely sun terrace and seating as well as fine views of the gardens. There is also a double bedroom with en-suite facilities on the ground floor.

On the first floor are a further three bedrooms (double and twins), a library, two bathrooms (one en-suite) and separate toilet. The bedrooms have beautiful views over the surrounding countryside.

There is also a fifth bedroom, a double with en-suite shower-room and toilets in a separate annex within the grounds just 10 metres from the house. The whole property has a feeling of luxury about it. The owners have spared no expense making it a comfortable Mediterranean hideaway for discerning people to come to for peaceful relaxation.

The gardens are extensive and have wonderful shrubs, local herbs and flowers. The gardens are secluded and very peaceful, ideal for a relaxing holiday. There is plenty of room for children to play and for parents to sit and relax with a cool drink at the end of the day. A barbeque is provided along with a boule-drome for practicing your petanque.

The Area

For years Languedoc (the language of the Occitan) was a independent state from France, and today still retains its own flag and traditions that are associated as much with Spain as with France.

Montpellier, France’s southern jewel is an historic and lively university town with a picturesque 'Vieille Ville', as well as being the modern centre of Medicine in France. It is the cultural and economic centre of the Languedoc-Roussillon wine-producing region. Nearby towns include Arles, Avignon, Carcassonne, La Grande Motte, Beziers, Nîmes and Sète. Other local, world-famous attractions include the Pont du Gard, a 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct, and the Camargue, a nature lovers' paradise, with its black bulls, white horses and pink flamingos.                                                                                                           

Visitors may go shopping and sightseeing in Montpellier, visit local museums and châteaux, enjoy wine-tasting and French cooking and visit the nearby Mediterranean beaches. For the more adventurous traveller the Languedoc offer a wide range of sports with the Pyrennes and the Massive Central providing winter activities and the Mediterranean, and lakes like the Lac du Salagou, giving you the perfect place to hone up on your water sports. Travelling to the Languedoc has never been easier. The motorway links have now been completed bringing Montpellier within eight hours of Calais, and the Eurostar/TGV runs several times a day from London and Ashford in Kent to Montpellier in less than seven hours. Low cost carriers make flying an even more cost effective way to travel offering flights not only to Montpellier but also to Nime, Narbonne, Beziers (Vias) and Carcassonne.

Visitors may go shopping and sightseeing in Montpellier, visit local museums and châteaux, enjoy wine-tasting and French cooking and visit the nearby Mediterranean beaches. For the more adventurous traveller the Languedoc offer a wide range of sports with the Pyrennes and the Massive Central providing winter activities and the Mediterranean, and lakes like the Lac du Salagou, giving you the perfect place to hone up on your water sports. Travelling to the Languedoc has never been easier. The motorway links have now been completed bringing Montpellier within eight hours of Calais, and the Eurostar/TGV runs several times a day from London and Ashford in Kent to Montpellier in less than seven hours. Low cost carriers make flying an even more cost effective way to travel offering flights not only to Montpellier but also to Nime, Narbonne, Beziers (Vias) and Carcassonne.

2013 Prices

Week commencing

4 bedrooms

With 5th bedroom

27th April – 25th May

£750

£895

325th May – 29th June

£950

£1100

29th June – 31st August

£1500

£1750

31st August – 26th Oct

£950

£1100

Other times

POA

POA



 Prices are per week in Sterling and include all linen, towels and electricity. A 300 Euro damage deposit is payable on arrival in cash