Imagine spending your vacation in this light filled, luxurious apartment just steps away from the center of Uzès. L’ancienne brasserie, or old brewery buildings, have been converted into beautiful apartments in a quiet, gated community which includes tennis courts, a lovely swimming pool and private parking.
L’Ancienne Brasseire has been completely updated and decorated to provide spacious, comfortable areas for lounging, dining, cooking, as well as 3 bedrooms. Two bedrooms have 160cm (queen) beds, and one has a 140cm (double) bed. The main floor has an open plan with seating area, dining table and kitchen, plus French doors that open on to a private patio. The patio has an outdoor seating area plus a table and chairs for relaxing and dining outside. The kitchen has all new appliances, as well as utensils, dinnerware, glasses and cutlery. In other words, all the essentials
for creating fabulous meals after shopping at the market in Uzès. There is a toilet as well as a shower room on the main floor.
Elegant marble stairs lead to the second floor, where you will find the bedrooms and a large bathroom with tub/shower and double lavatories. There is also a separate toilet.
The pool and lounge area is a short 20 meters from the apartment. The tennis courts are adjacent to the pool. This exceptional property has been designed for year-round enjoyment. There are heated floors for winter comfort and lots of windows for fresh breezes in the summer. Uzès is one of the prettiest Provençal villages in the south of France. It is known for the Saturday market, as well as lively cafés and shopping. All of this is a quick 5 minute walk from where you will be staying. So, after a day at the market or evening drinks in a café, you can return to the quiet and calm of your comfortable home away from home and the perfect place for your vacation!
Price range: 650€ – 1200€
Cleaning fee: 110€
3 bedrooms – 1 Bathroom – 1 Half-bath
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Bastide Saint Anne – Mas Luxueux à deux pas du Pont du Gard – Mas de 600 m2 avec piscine intérieure chauffée – 7 chambres – 7 salle de bains
The days are getting longer, which means it’s time to start planning our summer vacation. With that in mind, here is a link to an updated list of public holidays in France, plus some useful information.
A country road lined with “Genêts” (Spanish Broom) in bloom.
Remember, when you are making plans to rent a place to stay, take a train, or drive from one area to the other, it is good to take into account the impact of these holidays. There are always lots of wonderful events that take place in conjunction with the holiday, but there can be extra traffic on the roads or the trains can be quite crowded. It is wise to plan ahead for delays and parking.
For more information about the parades, entertainment and dinners that you won’t want to miss, here are some useful websites for the Uzès area:
January 8, 9 and 10, the Pont du Gard will celebrate 30 years of being classified as a world treasure by UNESCO. The event is called “La nuit des lucioles” or in English “Firefly Nights”. These will surely be spectacular events! More information is available on the website www.pontdugard.fr or on FaceBook
No tickets left in the Tourism Office( OT) of the Uzès area… Only tickets in OT Bagnols sur cèze / OT Goudargues / OT Pont St Esprit / Point info Laudun/OT Nîmes/OT Vauvert/OT Grau du roi.
We wish everyone a very Happy New Year and hope you will continue to follow us on Out & About Uzès! Bonne année à tous!
If you are one of those people who is drawn to France because of the food and wine, then the week of October 13-19, 2014 is for you.
Perhaps you are asking what is the Fête du Goût?
The English translation is simply Festival of Taste. Since 1990, on the initiative of the food writer Jean-Luc Petitrenaud, the Ministry of National Education has sponsored a week in October to bring together local, regional and national sources in order to learn more about France’s culinary heritage and the food industry. French students from kindergarten to high school participate in the event. The aim is to educate consumers, including children, about the diversity and the pleasure of tastes and flavors. Of course, this includes encouraging good eating habits as part of a balanced and sustainable way of life.
But enough of the dry explanations and on to the fun!
In Uzès on Sunday, October 12, there will be a full day of festivities. There will be foods, wines, music, dance and even a waiter’s race! This will be a great time for the whole family. If you are in the area, don’t miss the fun. Or, make a note on your calendar to come to Uzès next year to attend!!