This cozy street-level apartment serves as a great base to visit the Herault Valley: winemakers, St Guilhem-le-Desert, Lac Salagou, Pezenas, Sete, Arles, lots more. Daily buses to Montpellier. Half hour to Mediterranean beaches. If you don't feel like getting in the car, there is plenty to do in the village itself: concerts (jazz, classical, world music), holiday meals open to all, wine festival. The village likes to celebrate life, wine, cheese, nature, history. Always something going on.
Hi, I look forward to having you as my guest.
A few requests....
Please leave the apartment as clean and tidy as you will find it. Your bed will be made and you'll have a set of towels for each person when you arrive. Please leave used towels and sheets IN the washing machine. In addition, it is expected that you will clean the bathtub, toilet, sinks, floors and shake out the rugs. Please sweep the floors. The (stone) floors are mopped before you arrive. If you spill something, please wipe up with "Marseille soap" only (provided under the kitchen sink), as other cleaners will cause damage to the finish on the floors.
Please leave the place as you expect to find it.
There is a staircase next to the washing machine. This area is private.
Please do not take clean, white bathroom towels to beaches. If you have not brought your own beach towels, I am happy to provide you with one or more. (Not snazzy, but they'll get you dry.) If you take apartment's bath towels to the beach and soil them, I will request that Airbnb charge you for the damage.
When you arrive in the village, pull your car up in front of the house to unload your luggage. As it is a narrow street, you can not park on it. To park: continue up the rue de la Dysse to the village square/place and turn left. There is public parking on the right.
I look forward to welcoming you!
We are American writers--mother and daughter--and travel a great deal. We have had great success with hosts on our travels and have decided to open up our apartment to like-minded travelers.