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Villa Bressoniere, Beziers
Sleeps 2 to 8.  Price per week: £800 - £1850
Situated in a very quite area on the edge of the small village of Boujan sur Libron.

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Villa Bressoniere is a traditional Languedoc Villa and is set in an extensive garden with a large swimming pool. Traditional materials have been used throughout the house including terracotta tiles, antique oak doors and a monumental fireplace. The house is furnished with many antique pieces, yet the house has all modern conveniences including a large flat-screen TV with UK channels and DVD player and free broadband WiFi access.

Entry is into the spacious hallway which opens into the huge living area with a wooden beamed cathedral ceiling. Sofas are arranged the monumental fireplace and a tapestry mural adds to the historic feel of the room. French windows lead to the garden and swimming pool. Off the living room is a large formal dining room.

To the right of the entrance hall is the kitchen which is equipped with a dishwasher, induction hob ,microwave, and new fridge, freezer there is a table and chairs and plenty of worktop space.

There are four bedrooms, three on the ground floor and one on the first floor. The largest ground-floor bedroom has a spacious marble bathroom and access directly to the garden. There are two other bedrooms one with a standard double bed and an en-suite bathroom with hand shower and the other with twin beds. On this floor is also a laundry room with a new washing machine and fridge freezer.

The fourth double bedroom is accessed via a spiral staircase. It has an en-suite shower room and access to a terrace with far reaching views.

The large swimming pool, 12 x 6 m and 2.5m deep has walk in steps and a shallow shelf at one end. it is private and not overlooked, the huge gardens are planted with mature trees and shrubs. There is a summer kitchen area and terrace, there is a BBQ and plenty of sun-loungers and table and chairs for dining.

The village is within walking distance and has basic shops including a bakery, grocers, pharmacy and bar/cafe. There is also a restaurant within an easy walk. The house is easily accessible from the A75 and A9 motorways and is no more than twenty minutes from long sandy beaches. Beziers/Agde Airport is a fifteen minute drive.

The house has electric gates from the road and has plenty of secure parking within the grounds.




Beziers is a  very typical  town of the midi, far less cosmopolitan than it's larger neighbour, Montpellier but full of life and charm. The narrow winding streets are filled with interesting shops and  resteraunts. It's historic cathedral  was the scene of the horrific massacre of the Cathars in the thirteenth century.The shady esplanade is home to the weekly flower market every Friday morning and the many festivities that take place during the summer months. The Feria in August brings together bull fighting afficianados from throughout the region and the festivities continue throughout the night.

Within fifteen minutes you will find wide choice of sandy beaches and small fishing ports where you can enjoy fresh oysters and other sea food. The famous Canal du Midi passes close to Beziers, the 'neuf-ecluses' (nine locks) are well worth a visit and the tow paths alongside are perfect for a leisurely bike ride.