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Description from the manager
This unique dwelling in the Languedoc region was built over one hundred years ago by the great-grandfather of the current owner and was used until recently as a family wine cellar. The property was carefully converted into a home by your hosts. The same family has lived in this village since the 17th century.
The home is filled with interesting furniture, paintings, drawings, photos, and crafts. A terrace covered with antique tiles provides an ideal spot for outdoor meals. It overlooks the pool and gardens and has a great view of the countryside beyond.
The warmth of the village, the charm of the countryside, and the history of th...Read more
Cesseras, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Additional Location Information
Les Oliviers is a good base to explore many historical places, wine cellars, surrounding villages, and visit the near by seashores of the Mediterranean.
Attractions in the area
The village of Minerve, 7km from Les Oliviers, was a strategic Cathars point and an important stopover for the pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostella in Spain during the Medieval times. It was also the home of Simon de Montfort.
Fontfroide's Abbey, one of the France's most visited Abbeys is located just 25km away.
Carcassonne, the largest and best-kept Medieval Castle in all of Europe, seen in a number of International films, is a definite must for anyone staying in our area. The town of Carcassonne also deserves a visit. The Canal du Midi wanders around the town's edge. The covered market should not be missed while an eighteen-hole golf course awaits the real afficionados.
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$0||$1,156 - $3,852||$0||3 nights|
|January - March||-||$1,284||-||3 nights|
|July - August||-||$3,852||-||3 nights|
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|November - December||-||$1,156||-||3 nights|
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