The cottage ramparts was completely renovated in 2017. It is located in a large family home, steeped in history, on the edge of the ramparts and has an entrance and an independent garden, enclosed by walls. stones. Composed of a living room with kitchenette, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The view and the calm are the assets of this place of charm classified 3 stars. It is mainly decorated with furniture and antiques, found in the house during its restoration or vintage
“What a lovely place!!! The pictures promise a lot, but you will for sure not be dissapointed when you arrive at this place. The apartment is completely rennovated and has all the amenities you could wish for (even a dishwasher!) while still being extrenely charming and fitting in perfectly into the little town Lussan. The private garden is absolutely fantastic and you should allocate enough time to hang out there and enjoy life! :) Make sure to buy groceries on the way to the place as there are no supermarkets close by - and what you really want to do, is just stay at this place and not have to leave! Thanks Gilles and Isabelle for a wonderful time in Lussan!”
At the gates of Alès, a stone's throw from natural and historic sites, come and recharge your batteries in a green setting around a basin populated by fish and discover the charm of a family home from the end of the 19th century. 2 rooms of 20 m2: one for 2 people and / or one for 1 person (with supplement) are at your disposal. Private bathroom and WC for guests outside the room. Wifi access, outdoor Jacuzzi (in summer). Possibility of table d'hôte meals in the evening.
“We were very well received by Michel, a charming family home. Michel knew how to tastefully decorate and keep the soul of this house steeped in history. A hearty breakfast, accompanied by our inexhaustible host on all subjects of life (past or future) We will definitely be back.”
Stone house, completely renovated this year. Panoramic terrace with exceptional view.
“Beautiful setting, very well equipped apartment, beautiful terrace with a clear view, you can see the Ventoux ... and a good welcome.”