L’Orangerie, is a magnificent, restored stone residence which lies in the medieval centre of the lively village of Calvisson at the heart of the Vaunage. Situated between the vibrant cosmopolitan towns of Nimes and Montpellier, Calvisson lies surrounded by vineyards, beautiful countryside and stunning scenery to the north and the vast sandy beaches of the Mediterranean coastline and the Camargue to the south.The village itself with all amenities is buzzing with people going about their everyday lives and there is the added treat of the busy market selling local produce, flowers and artisanal products, which takes place in the village square every Sunday morning.
L’Orangerie has been sympathetically rebuilt and restored around a magnificent central arch, a theme which is also reflected in three stunning windows in the living area and throughout the house.
This is real indoor / outdoor living in the middle of the village where the vast 60m2 open plan sitting room and kitchen/dining area with a grand fire place provdes a light and airy living space and leads onto the lovely outdoor terrace.
The covered terrace is ideal for dining in the shade whilst the deck and pool provide a perfect oasis in which to relax and unwind in the heart of this lively village.
3 beautifully presented bedrooms with en suite bathrooms complete the luxurious feel of this accommodation.
Situated between Nimes and Montpellier, Calvisson is an exceptional site close to both mountains and the sea. Within a short walk of the medieval heart of the village there are a number of small cafés and restaurants, a supermarket and tabac, bakers, a butcher, greengrocers, a patisserie, flower shops and hairdressers and beauty salons and a fabulous wine cave! The lovely Sunday morning market is a big attraction! For the sporty there are tennis courts, an outdoor public swimming pool and cycle hire facilities. Around and about there are attractions within an hour in all directions, such as the magnificent Papal City of Avignon; the lovely Duchy Town of Uzès with its honey-coloured stone buildings and its famous Saturday morning market; the majestic 2000 year old Pont du Gard, one of the most visited tourist sites in France; Arles, the celebrated Provençal town with its artistic connections to Van Gogh and Gaugin; and Chateauneuf-du-Pape, home of the exceptional Cotes du Rhone wine.
This is fabulous accommodation in which to relax in the sun & enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, the local vineyards and the rich culture this region has to offer.
Low Season 1200€/week; Mid Season 1500€/week; High Season 1800€/week
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