MAY - SEPTEMBER 2018
virtually SOLD OUT
Just 2 summer weeks remaining ... book now!
Step in from the sunny street into the cool haven of a village house built by those born to understand a Languedoc Summer.
Perfect haven for parents who prize their own space on holiday, when, with the family upstairs, they can relive the joys of being a couple!
The entrance hall leads up to the first floor with two further bedrooms, a shared second shower room and wc.
2018 RATES - prices in £ sterling
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novembre - decembre
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Sterling Prices held at 2010 levels for 2017 - better value than ever!
2017 UPDATE: 5 August to end -October 2016 now reserved
One double room and one twin, and even a little juliette balcony to look out on the sleepy little street. (scroll further down the page for a sneak peak at the comfortable second double bedroom and the cheerful twin room).
Up the staircase once more to discover the open plan living space with its fully fitted kitchen, sofa and dining area.
The top floor is the true heart of the house:
A dining table for six, great kitchen for preparing the family meals with the freshest local ingredients.
The fitted kitchen area has its fridge, oven, four ring electric hob and microwave.
There is a TV and DVD for quiet nights in and you'll usually find something to read up here.
But the great outdoors is just a few steps away.
A charming iron spiral staircase leads from the living room up through the roof up to the bright dining terrace, with views over terracotta tiles, age-old chimney stacks and tall trees.
Or you could even send the family out to the beach, find that battered old sunhat that you sneaked into your suitcase, switch the phone onto silent mode and settle
down with a long book and a longer drink and an even longer linger under the Languedoc sun.
Or keep cool by lazing on your bed at siesta time, with the window open to waft the sounds of Marseillan at its laziest on a summer breeze.
And away from the house itself ...
NEVER GO HUNGRY
A vos fourchettes! As they say in the village, for these quaint little side turnings are but a step away from the rue Emile Zola that meanders down to the market place.
You may never make it to the table by the port you planned on, since so many lures await on such a short stroll.
A fabulous patisserie to your right, fresh fish from the poissonerie to your left, and all before you step foot on the cobbles of the market place.
Even around the market, you might be tempted by the Michelin noted gastronomy of the Table d'Emilie or the aromas wafting from the fireplace at Le Boulevard where steaks are prepared over the flames!
You can always work off the guilt and the waistline at the tennis courts, on the water or even just think about it lazing on the endless sandy beach just across the
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Booking is simple. Let us know when you'd like to stay, how many people are in your party, and give us the ages of any children under 16.
Drop us an email with your address and phone number and we'll prepare the paperwork for you. It is as easy as that. You may pay us by bank transfer or simply pop a cheque in the post.
...And on the corner of a street in the heart of old Marseillan
Before you travel, check out all routes to and from the UK.
For special deals on car hire in Languedoc - and a guarantee of no local surcharges for MarseillanVillage guests - click on the link Here. You may even collect your car at one French airport and drop it off at another - at no extra cost - so why not check out the rates for your dates!
Mon Reve in Marseillan is perfectly located for life in the heart of the village. The market place has been the centre of events since Moliere himself first performed under the covered Halles in the square.
Walk in the other direction and find the lighthouse at Les Onglous, the mouth of the Canal du Midi, a little further and visit Marseillan's resident flock of flamingos
at Maldormir, and continue on towards the weekend fleamarket at Marseillan Plage.
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