Very Sunny & comfortable Guest House big garden an privat swimming pool.

Very Sunny & comfortable Guest House big garden an privat swimming pool.

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3 chambres
Couchages 4
1 salles de bain
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Well-lit, calm, and cozy guest house with private swimming-pool back to top. Our very bright house is situated in the green expanse of a very large fenced garden 2000 m2, with magnificent tall trees that provide a shaded area and flowery lawns in the summer, surrounding the private swimming-pool (9x4.20). The house is located in a very old village frequented at the time by the dramatist Racine whose uncle owned a large castle there. The house is 100m from this castle and the center of the town where there is cafe-brasserie. The village is some 3Km from Uzès and 1.5km from a main crossroad, a grocery shop and a post office. The house, located in a very calm neighborhood, receives sunlight from three directions: south, east and west. All its windows open onto the surrounding Nature and its air-conditioned veranda faces a bower set up near the swimming-pool. This completely renovated house is tastefully furnished and fully equipped. It is an invitation to relax after a walk or any other activities. The owner's house, near by, provides extra services if needed. Location: Saint Maximin-Uzes < Gard < Languedoc-Roussillon < France. We also have an apartment in Paris (50m2)on the Seine river. It could be also swap so that you coulod have nice time in Paris and in the French Provence. Have a look on ID 25545 Since our guest house is our second home, we could do a non-simultaneous exchange, and could also discuss hospitality and varied lengths of stay

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  1. We are Michelle and Alexandre, a retired married couple. Michelle was a professor in children education and I in the software ingeneering. We had already done a home exchange before with some success (US & Italy, Israel).. We would expect to arrange an exchange some way in advance in order to get to know our fellow exchangers via email first to see how best we can facilitate their stay in our guest house. For people who wish swap both our French Provence Home and our Paris Apartment, see ID 25545

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Saint Maximin Saint Maximin is a very old town as can be seen from its menhirs, old coins, mosaic fragments, and the canalizations of the Roman aqueduct. Later in 1662-1662 it had the honour of receiving the dramatist Jean Racine who was spending some time at Uzège. Take the time to discover this charming village of the south surrounding the castle, Racine’s house (17th century) and the church with a beautiful 18th century organ. Walk along its shady streets and alleys or its many small parks that invite the traveler to sit down. L'Uzège, the oldest duchy in France comprises some fifteen villages, typical of the Languedoc. With both medieval and modern flavours, fields of lavender, an air of the town of Cévennes, the dryness of the scrublands and the freshness of the banks of the Gardon, the scenery, the fragrances and the colours vary from one season to the next. It is here that the poppy fields, the rustling of the olive trees, the ripe vineyards and the soft and scented summer nights have marveled many poets and writers. This part of southern France offers a magnificent setting for your holidays whether you are descending the Gardon River towards the Gard Bridge silently gliding down in your canoe or going upstream where the gorges become more secretive near the St. Nicolas Abbey and not far from the village of La Baume where Yves Montand shot the film Le Salaire de la Peur. Here there are bridler paths for horse riding.

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