The old stone village farmhouse and barn is situated right in the centre of the old part of the village and has been fully and sympathetically restored, the emphasis having been on keeping the original features of the house intact while also providing you with every comfort and luxury possible.
The house has been beautifully decorated, is fully equipped and has 5 double bedrooms with crisp percale bedding, each bedroom having it’s own fresh new bathroom. The house sleeps 10 people comfortably. Small children can additionally be accommodated, totaling a maximum of 14. This house is ideal for large family groups or a group of friends.
The wonderful open plan kitchen is equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, gas hob, fridge, microwave, oven and everything you may need. It is equipped to please a gourmet cook. The central island is a cook’s dream and the extra seating around the island and in the kitchen area allows for group cooking sessions while sipping a glass of the local ice cold rose.
A large airy living area opens onto the garden and shaded terrace, overlooking the sparkling pool which helps to keeps the Provencal heat at bay. The courtyard garden has a second entry through a gate which gives onto a small impasse, perfect for coming in and out with bicycles.
Facilities conveniently located in the vacinity:
Bakery, Restaurants, ATM / bank, Grocery shop, Laundrette, Massage therapist, Medical services
Services that can be arranged at your convenience:
Babysitter, Concierg service, Private Chef, Cleaning Service, shopping for basic arrival package, Meal in Fridge.
Nimes 30 km, Avignon 30km, Montpellier 80km.
Nearest Ferry: Calaise 955km.
Nearest Train: Avignion 30km.
Nearest beach: 5 mins to the Gardon or 1hr to the Camargue coast.
Nearest Golf course: Uzes 8km.
Beautifully decorated and fully equipped...
The Mas du Marechal is situated in the village of Vers Pont du Gard which is in the heart of the Cotes du Rhone wine region. It is also a stone’s throw away from the legionary Pont du Gard, the almost 2000 year old Roman Aqueduct. This is a World Heritage site and is the 3rd most visited site in France after Paris and Mont St. Michel in Brittany.