La Petite Maison

Pepieux, Languedoc Roussillon, Pepieux, France - View map

House | Entire home/apt | 1 Bedroom(s) | 1 Bathroom(s) | For 2 Person(s)
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Listed at since 5 Dec. 2010

House | Entire home/apt | 1 Bedroom(s) | 1 Bathroom(s) | For 2 Person(s)


Ideal for couples, this lovely newly renovated one bedroom traditional village house is a great base for exploring the beautiful Languedoc surroundings. Located in the heart of “Pepieux” a wine-producing village and is just a few steps away from all amenities.
Designed with quality and comfort in mind, this house has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard. This “small but perfectly formed” house retains all the old features whilst introducing a super mix of new and old furnishings. A couple of minutes walk down from the house is a picturesque picnic area next to the river, which backs onto the local vineyards.
Pepieux Area
The Minervois, this wine producing area of which Pepieux village is part of, is a large plain that sits between the Black mountains to the north and the Corbieres and Pyrenees to the south. The geography provides the plain with its own micro-climate which is greatly influenced by the Mediterranean. The locals claim that they enjoy 300 days of good sunshine per year.
The nearest town is Olonzac (4 km), on Tuesday’s it boasts a great market which is one of the largest & best in the area. Olonzac offers a range of cafes/bars which in the summer months often have local musician’s playing and a few restaurants, shops and professional services doctors, dentists and banks.
Lac du Jouarres, just 5 minutes drive away, has a beautiful lake ideal for swimming, fishing, boating, wind surfing, or simply just a pleasant spot to relax or to enjoy a meal at the restaurant there.
Follow Rick Stein's voyage in Anjodi, along the Canal du Midi at Homps just 5 minutes drive away where you can enjoy a boat trip, hire bikes or take stroll under the tree lined banks of the canal, a Unesco World heritage site.
You will find dozens of small charming villages around Pepieux. Minerve is probably the most well known village in the Minervois - it literally sits at the confluence of two enormous river gorges - the Cesse and the Brian. It is primarily famous as being the site of one of the last Cathar strongholds held siege by the Crusaders but is also officially one of the prettiest villages in france - well worth a visit and only 10-15 minutes drive from Pepieux.

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Big Screen TV
DVD Player

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Horseback Riding



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