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Close to Thermal Avene springs, family-friendly activities, Pilgrim walking tracks, beautiful authentic village. We wanted to create something high end but cosy, all furnishings are brand new and high end, immaculate home with a new kitchen. Lots to do, great views, close to Thermal Avene Springs and pilgrim walks. The home is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families (with kids over 5 ). It is also close to the : EAU THERMALE Avène A Hydrotherapy Centre.
About the Owner
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Interaction with guests:
We have a manager close by to assist you that speaks both French and English.
Please leave the house as you found it neat and tidy, dishes washed, bins emptied, light sweep.
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£178 / stay
£71 / stay
About the neighbourhood
PLACES TO VISIT NEARBY Close by you will find some lovely villages with beautiful restaurants such as Lodeve, Lunas and Avene.
Avene is Avene is a small village built in an unusual circular pattern winding up a small hill towards the church of Saint Martin at the top of the village. As you wander the narrow streets you will see several stone entrances to the village. Look out also for the fountain and the 15th century bread oven.
Avene sits in a very picturesque spot within a bend of the Orb river and surrounded by tree covered hills. The autumn colours when I visited in November were wonderful; bright blazes of orange and yellow interspersed by the green of the evergreen trees. The river Orb can be crossed by the 12th century Romanesque