Located in the small, historic village of Mailhac, this recently modernised two storey house is about 115 years old. The spacious accommodation comprises: a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms each with a double bed; bathroom with shower and bidet; two separate WCs, one upstairs, one downstairs; living room; kitchen; open plan living/dining area; large garage/barn; and a sunny, paved, south facing terrace off the kitchen and living room. There’s a big chimney-style barbecue on the terrace.
The back of the house, including the master bedroom, the terrace and wooden decking to the rear, enjoy views of rolling countryside and vineyards.
The facilities include: cooker; two fridge-freezers; microwave oven; food processor; TV (equipped to receive many British satellite channels, including BBC and ITV); Blue Ray DVD player; automatic washing machine; dishwasher and a range of patio furniture. There’s a wood burning stove in the open plan area and electric convector heaters in many of the other rooms.
There’s stuff you can take to the beach: sun beds, parasols, picnic rucksack, cool bags, etc. There are four bicycles of various sizes and types.
This part of France boasts one of the best climates in the country, and therefore heating is not normally required between April and October. However, there is an ample supply of firewood in the garage for out-of-season visitors.