If you're looking for an idyllic spot for a holiday, deep in the south of France, beautifully renovated, surrounded by vineyards, woodlands, lavender fields and ancient villages, you've just found it...
'Les Beaux Terroirs' are four self catered 'gites', recently converted from 250-year old buildings on the edge of a village surrounded by the Rhone vineyards of southern France. With a brand new swimming pool and mature gardens, it's a perfect spot for a break any time of the year.
We're open for the following: summer, spring/autumn, winter, Xmas/New Year; weekly, fortnightly, short break/long weekend; self-catered. Please enquire for details.
Local adventure holidays: We can also provide hosted adventure holidays in the nearby Ardeche region. Such activities include canoeing, mountain biking, walking, caving, wine tasting, trips to local museums...and more!
(Contact us for details).
The village of St Andre de Roquepertuis lies in the Ceze Valley in the Gard department. It's like a little outcrop of Provence on the western bank of the Rhone.
The valley is gently undulating and covered in vines, fruit trees, woodlands, lavender fields and ancient villages. The river Ceze runs down the middle, providing pools for swimming in, rapids to kayak through and waterfalls to gasp at.
St Andre lies at the western end of the valley, just before it rises through the Gorges de la Ceze and off towards the Cevennes. It sits on a shallow hill, protected from the worst of the Mistral wind by a ridge to its immediate north and is surrounded by vineyards.
There is a cafe/bar/restaurant in St Andre with a lovely wisteria-shaded terrace. 3km away is the small town of Goudargues, which offers a wide range of restaurants, shops and services (including a bank). 15km away is Bagnols-sur-Ceze, a good-sized town with a decent supermarket.
Other Activities: kayak/canoeing, wine tasting, cave visits, road biking, mountain biking, climbing
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28 Sep 2013 - 30 Apr 2014
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.