La Maison is a Belle Epoque mansion located in village of Puisserguier in Languedoc-Roussillon province of South West France. The house is built of solid stone and in years gone by a beautiful private home, then occupied by soldiers during the war since it is one of the most beautiful houses in the village. After the war it was converted into the Hotel Midi and now today it welcomes travelers from around the world for the self catering apartments and beautiful antique furnished private rooms.
Play billiards in our game room, read a book in our lovely and quiet front sitting room, relax by the fireplace in our main lounge, or sit out under the trees in our lovely outside garden.
We are located in the middle of the largest wine producing region in the world. At the same time close to the beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean sea, the majestic mountain range, the historic villages of Beziers, Narbonne, Pezenas Montpelier and I could go on and on. Beauty and history are found at every turn.
Easily reached via flights into Beziers, Montpellier, Toulouse,Marseilles,Paris and Barcelona Spain. You can take the TGV from Paris, Barcelona or Nice if you do not care to drive. Having said that the roads in France are excellent and very well marked.
We are located in a full service village with shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, grocery stores,pharmacy, florist, doctor, dentist, wine tasting caves. Direct bus service to Beziers and the TGV. Summer time there are buses to the beach.
Come, relax and enjoy the sweet French lifestyle of days gone by.
The prices stated are for one double room for two people. If you are interested in renting several rooms or the entire house, please contact us for prices and availability. Thanks.
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Born in Ireland and now living in Santa Barbara, CA. I went to school in England and Whales in my late teens and then sailed in the British Merchant Navy. In Santa Barbara I enjoy sailing on my yacht and am currently writing a book on Pablo Picasso, (see me on YouTube; Chit Chat with Picasso & the Secret Muse.) I have spent many years improving my home in Puisserguier; my love for the south of France has grown due to the charm of this region and the comfort of my home. It gives me great joy to share it with lovely people.
Some things I cannot live without include: art, sailing, great food and wine, travel, friends and good conversations.