A short stroll from the front door will take you into the heart of Pezenas with its labyrinth of cobbled streets and historic buildings, housing artists' studios, antique shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. During the summer months the little town and its surrounding villages are a hive of activity with different festivals, markets and exhibitions.
Pezenas is also ideally located for exploring this beautiful part of France. Montpellier is only 45 minutes away, whilst the Mediterranean beaches are a 20 minute car drive through the Herault countryside. Each day offers a different experience, from wine tasting or visiting medieval towns and villages to swimming in crystal clear lakes and rivers.
The Languedoc region enjoys one of the best climates in the South of France with 300 days of sunshine per year.
THE INNER COURT ROOMS
Step out of either of these two bedrooms straight onto the inner courtyard with bubbling fountain, sit and enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine:
The Provencal Room:
This cosy double room captures the essence of Languedoc with its beamed, high ceiling and provençal prints and fabrics. Double patio doors provide plenty of light and fresh air.
The Alsace Room:
A cool and tranquil ambiance of this double room: the original stone walls have been preserved and muted tones provide an escape from the heat of the day (and also summer nights).
Situated on the top two floors, the suites offer double or twin bedrooms with separate self-contained seating areas.
The Burgundy Suite:
A first floor mini suite decorated in warm red tones offering a view down into the inner courtyard. In addition to the twin bedroom (2 single beds) there is a separate salon area looking across to the roof terrace.
The Languedoc Suite:
A top floor suite comprises a separate sunny seating area and double bedroom. Views of the rooftops and the distant church tower.
The Count Vignamont Suite:
This grand suite has impressive 12ft windows looking out to the historic college of Pezenas, which provide the bedroom and the sitting room with a light and airy ambience. The lounge is furnished in period style with comfortable sofa and chairs. Double ‘french doors’ lead into the bedroom and bathroom with tub and overhead shower.
Guests are invited to make use of the grand salon, a perfect place to unwind, and enjoy the sun drenched roof terrace - there are also shady spots if you prefer.
During the early evening you are invited to join your hosts for an aperitif and at the same time, take advantage of the "raid the pantry" policy which offers home-made quiches, pates, cheeses and fresh fruit.
Other meals can be found within walking distance at various excellent restaurants in the old town.
19 until October 31 - you are advised to book early for 2005.
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