South of Carcassonne, in the beautiful Corbière Hills, this one bedroom apartment nestles in the ancient village of Termes, at the foot of one of the most famous castles on the Cathar Trail.
The village is surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery, which you can explore on waymarked paths. Below the village are the dramatic gorges of Termes, where waterfalls tumble through fantastically sculpted stone into turquoise pools.
The gite is ideal for two but can sleep three. The upper part includes a living room with a convertible sofa, television, and fully-equipped kitchen, which includes a dishwasher, oven, microwave, cafetière, kettle and fridge with a small freezer. The village’s own supply of delicious spring water is on tap.
The bedroom (with extra-long double bed) and bathroom are on the lower level, which is naturally cool in summer. The sofa can also be converted into a small double bed. All rooms have electric radiators, and a fan is provided in hot weather.
A table and chairs outside the front door are ready for breakfast on a sunny morning. And there is a garden on a terrace above the gite, where you can eat your lunch or just relax.
I enjoy welcoming guests, and will be happy to provide maps and any other information they may need about the area.
Dikkat edilecek diğer şeyler
Termes is just over an hour from Carcassonne airport, and two hours from Toulouse and Montpellier airports. It is also accessible from Perpignan and Girona airport in Spain.
Narbonne rail station (with a connection via Lille to London) is just under an hour away.
The tap water comes from a local spring, and is safe to drink.
Because of the danger of forest fires, please do not light any kind of fire in the garden. If you wish to use a barbeque you are welcome to do so in the courtyard of the main house.
Please do not smoke inside the apartment.
If you smoke, please be very careful to extinguish cigarettes.
I work as a writer and teacher of writing.
I love exploring France, and like to travel slowly, stopping to look at old towns and villages and enjoying the ambience and scenery of different areas.
I love reading, and couldn't live without books, paper and pens.
I'm never bored.