Portail Neuf

from: € 360.00

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Algemene informatie

Region: Languedoc-Roussillon
Department: Aude
City: Bizanet
   
Type: Gite
Number of rooms: 3
Number of persons: 5
Surface: -
Terrace: terrace with view of village, vineyards and mountains
Further details: wifi internet, pets welcome, no-smoking

Portail Neuf is stone built, 3 bedroomed terraced house for rent in the Languedoc region of France and is situated in a small village called Bizanet, between Narbonne and Lezignan Corbieres in the department of Aude. Its location makes it ideal for touring the area. Spain is only 45 minutes away and the Medieval castle of Carcassonne is just over half an hour. The recently renovated village house sleeps up to 6 people comfortably.
We allow pets (normally dogs) by prior arrangement.

Le Portal Neuf, a terraced house in a quiet street with little passing traffic situated in the Langeudoc village of Bizanet. There are three bedrooms on the ground floor, one double, one twin and one single. There is also a large bathroom with shower and wash basin and a closet in which a washing machine. Separate w.c. A wooden stair case leads to the upper floor, and directly into a large vaulted lounger diner with exposed beams. Also on this level is the kitchen, (with fridge freezer, microwave and full cooker), the 140 sq. ft. terrace and a second w.c.


The upstairs lounge is quite large with wooden beams, it has a dinning table large enough for 6 people, a sitting area with ´click clak´ sofa and two armchairs, and a television that receives English TV and radio programs.
French windows lead from the lounge onto the terrace which is 140 sq. ft. in size and large enough for all the family to enjoy al fresco meals in the sun. The terrace is accessed directly from the kitchen and from patio doors in the lounge.

Parking available about 100 yards away.

The Languedoc nowadays called Occitanie) is in the South West of France adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea with its excellent beaches and Spain. Also known as the Midi, it is the sun drenched south of France with over 2000 hours of sunshine a year. The area gets more sunshine than anywhere else in France. The Languedoc Roussillon is often described as the forgotten Riviera. The coastline of this part of Southern France is ideal as an alternative to the pricier tourist destinations of St Tropez and Cannes further east.

The Occitanie has a great historical past, first settled by the Romans many other conquerors came and settled in the area. Everyone from Hannibal to the Visigoth´s left their mark on the area. This is the land of the Cathars, the religious sect wiped out by Pope Innocent III. You will see Cathars names on signs everywhere. For part of it´s history the Languedoc was part of Spain, and is still known sometimes as Catalan France, many of the people of the Languedoc have Spanish ancestry.

If you like the the laid back way of life and good cuisine, this is the place for you. Wine buffs can enjoy the local wines as the Languedoc is the largest wine growing area in the world. Suffering from a bad reputation some years ago it´s wines were not of the best quality, to say the least. Recent investment in the vineyards has produced some of the best wines in the world as new vines have been planted and harvested. .