La maison se compose de 2 chambres à lits doubles. Lit simple dans le grand salon. Grande cuisine/salle à manger. Grande salle d'eau avec toilettes et bidet. Toilettes séparées et lavabo. Petite terrasse avec table et chaises à l'avant et terrasse plus grande à l'arrière. Chamborigaud, habitation isolée du 18e siècle, s'est développé en 1 petit village de 750 personnes. Dans le département du Gard, il appartient à la région d'Uzès. Entouré par la chaîne montagneuse des Cévennes et la rivière de l'Ardèche, le village se situe à 350 m d'altitude le long du bras mort du "Luech". 1 viaduc à travers la vallée a été achevé en 1867. En tant que site spécial, le 'grand curve' avec 41 arches mérite d'être visité. Chamborigaud se situe dans les régions du Gard et du Languedoc-Roussillon, en France. L'aéroport le plus proche de Chamborigaud est celui de Nîmes (69 km). Vous trouverez également celui de Montpellier (80 km) et celui d'Avignon (85 km). Nombreux magasins et 2 hôtels/restaurants.
- Salle(s) de bain1
- Toilettes séparées1
- Séjour minimum4 - 7 Nuitées
Village dans magnifique cadre. Nombreux commerces et marché le dimanche. Rivière de baignade
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- 18 août 2018
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Equipements de loisirs
Sports & Loisirs à proximité;
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Lovely house and thoroughly enjoyable stay
House was lovely and very well equipped, we felt very much at home and comfortable during our stay.
The village was charming, peaceful with friendly people and surrounded by stunning scenery.
We really enjoyed our stay and would thoroughly recommend it!
This house is a delight
Sarah's house is a delight. A comfortable place to stay in a lovely area.
The Provecals across the road were ready and waiting for us when we arrived and Mme showed us round. We don't speak a lot of French and she speaks little English, but we managed just fine. As we were in a pretty small car we also used the garage underneath the house to keep it cool.
Plenty of inside space, especially as there were just two of us, and the outside spaces are also so useful. The terrace at the rear gets sunshine for most of the day and is a great place to watch the stars and listen to the owls at night.
The front terrace gets the morning sun for breakfast, and then provides shade for the heat of the day.
Sarah has many books, CD's and DVD's in the house, but just note that there is no TV. This wasn't a requirement for us, but you may not realise this when reading the description above.
I especially enjoyed reading Carlos' recipe book which I only discovered towards the end of my stay - some yummy ideas in it!
Unlike another reviewer, we had no problem with the internet, but you do need to follow Sarah's instructions and ensure everything is plugged in.
Chamborigaud has everything you need with several places to buy supplies, a wonderful Sunday market, and lots of choice for eating out. We particularly enjoyed the Hotel Cevennes where you can get a bargain daily special for 15 Euros including wine!
We also were lucky enough to experience the entertainment in the village - a couple of evening shows in the local park - great fun.
The house is in a great location - we made easy trips to Uzes for the Saturday market, Barjac for the flea market, and drives down the Ardeche, Tarn and Jonte Gorges.
We also took Sarah's suggestions for some evening walks close to the house - the Viaduct is very impressive.
Other day trips that we really enjoyed were to the Cavern Pont D'Arc - just amazing, and the Aven d'Orgnac Cavern - where our English speaking guide was brilliant.
The Chateau at Portes was open at the weekend and is certainly worth a visit. Just outside this on the drive back to Chamborigaud there is a sign for a honey producer. As we keep bees ourselves we went to take a look. It is quite a trek, and the road gets ever narrower but we finally made it and were able to taste several types of honey and of course purchase some to bring home.
We would thoroughly recommend this house - thanks so much Sarah.
Thank you so much for your lovely review.
We are so happy that you enjoyed the house and your stay in the beautiful Cevennes.
This house felt loved
We loved the appearance and 'feel' of this house. The owners clearly care about it. It is spacious: lovely big kitchen with character, a comfortable sitting room which emanates calm and invites relaxation, two comfortable good sized bedrooms, generous hallway, bathroom etc. Sarah's information folder in the house is full of useful information and suggestions for visits and activities and her neighbours opposite were helpful without ever being intrusive. The location in the village is perfect: it is in the old part of the village but still a convenient walking distance for the bakers, butcher, restaurants etc. in the village and even for the station from which you can catch a train to Nimes. Overall: excellent customer service, very clean and well maintained, accurate description in listing. We would strongly recommend. Thank you Sarah - we really enjoyed our stay in your house.
Lovely, clean, comfortable house in quiet road.
Clean and comfortable house the majority of which is on first floor.
Well appointed house with a big kitchen and plenty of kitchen equipment. Outside areas a quite small which we imagine could be quite cramped for 5. Fine for the two of us. We really enjoyed the library of books.
House is in a great location in side road of the village. Village well appointed with baker, butcher, wine shop, small grocery stores , weekly market and several restaurants. Added bonus is the train station which we used several times. Walking in the area is varied and there are lots of good walks of varying lengths. Plenty of river bathing places . Slightly further afield visit Nimes Coliseum and Pont du Gard.
stylish, quirky house in beautiful Cévennes scenery
This was one of the best houses we have rented. Stylish and quirky decor, very well equipped (the kitchen more so than at home!) and with a lovely terrace for eating or sunning. At night, fantastic starry skies (and owls!)
Chamborigaud is a great Cévenol village: friendly people, bars and restaurants, a local market on Sundays. wonderful mountain walks, especially from Génolhac (guides in house) and river swims in many places on the Luech. Added bonus is the local train, irregular but well worth the stunning journey to Langogne over the famous viaduct. Also links to Nîmes, so possible to do a car free trip.
If you want modern and touristy don't come here, but if you want a place full of character in a delightful and friendly rural village I can happily recommend this house. Exactly as described, but actually bigger than I was expecting. Large rooms and spacious terrace for reading/eating outside. Well equipped, including proper hairdryers (I hate those ones attached to the wall). Very comprehensive information pack provided in advance. As Mme Provencal says, "no thieves round here" and it feels true! There are more restaurants than a town of this size has any right to expect, and they are all good (but check which days they are closed). Good baker by the Mairie - we are missing the lovely bread! Great walks and plenty of things to do in the area (go see the spectacular viaduct within walking distance) and also a bit further afield. We stayed for 2 weeks and had mostly lovely weather (and a cracker of a nighttime thunderstorm!) and were lucky enough to be there for the Bastille Day celebrations which included a spectacular firework display. I want to deduct half a star for some communication problems and for there being no sign of fixing a blind that was not working properly, but we had a great time anyway and I don't feel the problems merit deducting a full star. Sarah has certainly taken these issues seriously and acted upon them so it's the full 5 out of 5!
Chamborigaud, se situe au pied du Mont Lozère parmi châtaigniers et rivières, à 2 pas du parc national des Cévennes où de magnifiques promenades et de spectaculaires vues vous attendent. Montagnes de forêts, vallées et paysages très diversifiés où vous pourrez respirer l'air pur et frais. Environnement rempli de plantes, de fleurs sauvages et riche en faune et flore. Dans la région, vous découvrirez les grottes, la ville médiévale de Guérin, le lac de Villefort pour les sports aquatiques, les châteaux et le viaduc de Chamborigaud construit en 1867. Découvrez Avignon, Uzès, Anduze, Pont-de-Rastel, Château de Portes et Viallas. Chamborigaud se situe dans les régions du Gard et du Languedoc-Roussillon, en France. L'aéroport le plus proche de Chamborigaud est celui de Nîmes (69 km). Vous trouverez également ceux de Montpellier (80 km) et d'Avignon (85 km). Nombreux magasins, 2 hôtels/restaurants, 1 restaurant gastronomique et 1 crêperie. Marché le dimanche. Il n'y a ni banque ni pharmacie dans le village mais vous trouverez 1 banque à Genolhac.
Booking Notes: THERE IS A SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED , LEFT ON ARRIVAL OF 100€ (against any damages) REFUNDABLE AT THE END OF YOUR STAY. Payment paid half rent on booking then balance received in full 1 month before booking date. THERE IS ALSO AN END OF STAY CLEANING FEE OF €45 ( up to 4 people) PAID ALONG WITH THE DEPOSIT ON ARRIVAL (€55 IF 5 PEOPLE ) AND A CHARGE FOR LINEN AND TOWELS UNLESS BRINGING YOR OWN. THESE CHARGES ARE PAID ON ARIVAL AND GO DIRECTLY TO THE CLEANER. **THERE IS A SUPPLEMENT IN THE COOLER MONTHS FOR HEATING (mid Sept - April) Changeover Day: In the high season it is usually from saturday to saturday, but I can be flexible when possible to suit your needs. Notes on prices: Long lets available, price negotiable please contact owner. Heating supplement in cooler months. My pricing reflects the cleaning/linen charge and the heating supplement for cooler months.