MAISON DU TONNELLERIE
is an 18th century stone village house, completely restored with all modern conveniences. The house has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom
and shower, a separate WC, a large salon or living room, new modern kitchen and a sunny private courtyard with BBQ.
To reserve you vacation time email us at: email@example.com Or
call us in the U.S. at (719) 597-6553
Maison du Tonnellier
house is in the small, picturesque Provencal village of Vers Pont du Gard, which is 25 km northeast of Nîmes and 25 km west of Avignon. The village has a bar/café, a boulangerie, a mini
mart, a Tabac and an excellent restaurant, all within a short walk. Twice a week, a local greengrocer sets up her mobile shop
at the foot of our street. Two large supermarkets are less than 10 minutes away, one in Remoulins, the other in Uzes. It's only a 10 minute drive to the fairly large town
of Uzes, which has all shops and services, twice weekly markets - the Saturday market is one of the best open markets in southern
France. There are also beaucoup de festivals and events year-round.
A 5 minute drive, a 15 minute bike ride or 30 minute walk will take you to the
Pont du Gard, the beautiful Roman aqueduct. It’s possible to visit the stone quarries - right in Vers - that provided
the stone for the Pont du Gard in the first century A.D. The quarries are still in daily operation providing stone
for construction projects and decorative objects throughout France. The fabulous French Riviera towns and beaches are only
an hour and a half away by autoroute.
To reserve your
vacation time, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ; or call us in the U.S. - (719) 597-6553
Also, to watch the adventures of the owners as they try to understand
France, please look at our blog: Two Americans Loose in France
Day art on the Place aux Herbes
Harpist and admirer - market day in Uzes
After shopping at the market, enjoy a coffee and
music by local musicians.
|Entertainers from circuses, carnivals and puppet
shows vie for your attention and hope to persuade you to attend their performances.|