rent luxurious farmhouse with swimming pool France

Prices from €1479 per Week
Its 300 square meters provide a lot of space. The luxury self-catering accommodation which is fully air-conditioned, stands in the middle of all this. It is lit by numerous picture-windows and 3 sun-lounges which look onto the garden, the pool or the yard. The inner doors are made of glass too, enabling you to see the garden wherever you are. For the inside decoration and furniture, we have tried to get pure lines The interior, very roomy, is composed of : 1 arge lounge of 80 square meters + sun-lounge of 20 square meters (TV set with international networks channels + hi-fi), kitchen : fully equipped with dishwasher + 2 fridges + deep freeze + microwave etc... We provide the sheets, you don't have to bring yours. bedrooms including : 5 bedrooms each with 2 single beds and 1 bedroom with 3 single beds, 4 toilets, 2 bathrooms and 2 shower rooms, plus 1 sauna, 3 sun-lounges (in one of them you will find some basic body-building equipment). 1 laundry room with ironing-board + tumble-dryer The house is located in the country and is entirely independent (access included) and the garden is fully enclosed. In a superb garden of 2500 square meters with many species of trees, there is a large swimming-pool (12 by 5 meters) surrounded by big areas to lie in the sun. The pool is 2 yard a half meters deep at its deepest. It can be lit by 2 spotlights.Close to the pool, a fountain whose soothing sound you will enjoy while having your meals in a garden lounge sheltered in the shade of tall trees. A big lawn surrounds the whole as well as a tall hedge which hides the fence and protects your privacy which cannot be disturbed.Your peace is guaranteed. We wish the house to be a place where quiet and peace prevail.
Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 2


Property Information

Occitanie, France
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Nearest Airport:
Nimes-Marseille-Montpellier (airport code NQY)


Property Features
  • Has a Pool
  • Close to a golf course
  • Pets are allowed
  • Children are allowed
  • Caters for disabilities

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathrooms: 2
Toilets: 4
Shower Rooms: 2
Doubles: 3
Singles: 9
Twins: 1
Pull-out Beds: 1
Ensuites: 1
Central Heating
Aircon throughout
Dining room table
Seating for: >10 People
Dining room
Satellite or Cable
Hi Fi
DVD Player
Cassette Player
High Chair Available
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Washing Machine
Separate dining area
Laundry Service Provided
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Living Room
Seating for: >10 People
Sofas: 2
Armchairs: 5
Fold Out Beds Sleeping: 4
Local Activities
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Roller Skating
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
Lively Bars and Pubs
Night Clubs
Distance to Local Town Centre: 10km
The local town is: Lively but not wild
Distance to beach: >5km
Distance to convenience store: 3-5km
Distance to local restaraunts: >5km
In a Town
Distance to Airport: 5-10km
In the Country
Barbecue Area
Private Swimming Pool
Outside Tap
Outside Shower
Pets Welcome
Family Oriented
Children Welcome
Wheelchair accessible
Geared towards the older generation
Accommodation Type:: Self Catering
Size:: Spacious
Changeover Day: Sat
Quiet yet close to local activity

Local Area Details

About Bars

Nightlife in Nimes= 7 kms
Avignon = 20 kms
Arles = 20 kms

About Nightlife

Nightlife in Nimes= 7 kms
Avignon = 20 kms
Arles = 20 kms

About Beaches

Beaches in Grau-du-Roi = 55 kms

About Golfing

Many golfs:
Nimes Campagne 18 trous 14 kms 15 minutes
Uzes 9 trous 25 kms 25 minutes
Nimes Vacquerolles 18 trous 25 kms 30 minutes
Montpellier Massane 18 trous 52 kms 40 minutes
Grand Avignon (Vedène) 18 trous 46 kms 40 minutes
Pont-Royal 18 trous 43 kms 40 minutes
La Grande Motte 18 trous 55 kms 45 minutes
Montpellier Fontcaude 18 trous 70 kms 45 minutes
Les Baux de Provence 9 trous 45 kms 45 minutes
Servanes 18 trous 70 kms 55 minutes
Montpellier Coulondres 18 trous 72 kms 55 minutes
Provence (Saumane) 18 trous 72 kms 60 minutes

About The Gay Scene

Nimes : 10 kms
Montpellier: 50 kms
Marseille: 110 kms

About Airport Information

Nimes : 10 kms
Montpellier: 50 kms
Marseille: 110 kms

About Family Activities

the farmhouse is in countryside and several courses of march or footing and several courses of bicycle or BAL are around the house
many festivals and exhibitions
Theater festival d'Avignon
Music festival Montpellier Radio France
Opéra festival d'Orange
Photo festival d'Arles
Painting museum Modern Art Nîmes
Music festival d'Aix en Provence
Piano festival Roque d'Anthéron
Painting museum Calvet d'Avignon
Painting museum Fabre de Montpellier
Dance festival Montpellier

About Local Restaurants

Many Restaurants
Uzes = 15 kms
in Nimes= 7 kms
Avignon = 20 kms
Arles = 20 kms
Beach = 55 kms

About Walking

the farmhouse is in countryside and several courses of march or footing and several courses of bicycle or BAL are around the house

About History

Your first tour will be to Nimes where you can visit the wonderful amphitheatre (end of 1st century BC) and Square House (1st century BC).
<<The Arena in Nimes is as beautiful as the most famous classical monuments i Italy. I did not know that the South of France possessed such magnificent relics. The Maison Carrée is a splendid replica of the Temple of Theseus in Athens and Rome has nothing better preserved.>> Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) The story of my Life
Your second tour will be to Avignon to see its Palais des Papes in which 7 Popes followed one another in 14 th century. To get there you will go through Tarascon and discover its Château du Roi René and farther away the abbey of Frigolet praised by Alphonse Daudet in " les lettres de Mon Moulin" and "élixir du Père Gaucher". This Mill of Daudet which you can see again at Fonvieille near the Baux en Provence a magnificent place on a calcareous rock.
The third tour will be to Arles : the charming city of Arles , on the Grand Rhône River in Provence , rose to prominence in 49-46 BC when a triumphal Julius Caesar captured and despoiled nearby Marseille. It soon became the region's commercial hub and an important Roman provincial centre, with enormous public spaces that are still in use today. Vincent Van Gogh settled here in the late 19th century, fashioning hundreds of drawings and paintings when he took a break from pestering his ear. On hot summer days you can watch the waves of heat rising from the plains, just as Van Gogh did a century ago; olive groves and vineyards - often featured in his work - still cover the surrounding limestone hills. Arles is also noted for its houses with striking red barrel-tiled roofs and shady, twisting alleys too narrow to swing a cat in (trust us). Arles' attractions include the Les Arènes, an enormous Roman ampitheatre built towards the end of the 1st century AD. Tens of thousands of men and animals were sacrificed here to that most noble of pursuits - sport. Chariot races and hand-to-hand battles were staged with slaughter emphasised over tactics, but the public seemed happy. The Arènes was later transformed into a fortress, then a residential area, but its sanguinary origins have been reawakened in the full houses drawn to bullfights. Another of the city's Roman relics is the Théâtre Antique, which provides an ideal setting for open-air dance, film and music festivals in the summer. After to admire its cathedral Saint Trophime, its cloister and its tympanum which is a jewel of roman architecture.
Central Arles is a relaxed place of intimate squares, terraced brasseries perfect for sipping pastis, wine and men with long pomaded moustaches playing pétanque.
The fourth will take you to the Méditerranean Sea either to the Saintes Marie de la mer if you go across the étang du Vaccarès in the reserve of the Grande Camargue, or else to the Grau du Roi if you go through Aigues Mortes from which King Saint Louis embarked for the Crusades. The fifth will be to Uzès to visit its Duché and above all its picturesque market on Saturday mornings.
On your way you must stop and have a look at the Pont du Gard to admire this magnificent Roman work.
Another day, you'll go to Orange whose Roman theatre is one of the most beautiful in the world. Or maybe to Saint-Rémy de Provence. Or maybe to, or to…...but to do that you will have to come back.

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