The 200 year old timber framing is officially called ‘colombages’ but the locals call it simply: ‘the house with the timber’.
During the renovation this style has been respected as much as possible, but instead of cow manure now cement has been used. In the old days the street entrance to the house was the way in for horse and carriage.
Swimming pool and sun terrace
The dimensions of the swimming pool are 7 x 3.50 meter (23 x 11.50 feet) and 1.50 meter (5 feet) deep. It has an easy few steps into the water at the rounded side.
There is a shower next to the pool and you’ll find sunbeds on the sun terrace to enhance your tan. There are also plenty of shady places to cool down.
n the summer the living room is cool and the ideal refuge from the scorching heat outside. In the winter it is nice and warm, thanks to the huge fireplace. In any season and outside temperature, the living room is a great place to gather for drinks.
The ‘chocolate’ oak wood kitchen is fully equipped. It has a big 5 burner gas stove, a dish washer, exhaust hood, fridge, a lot of cutlery and other utensils. It won’t cost you a lot of effort to cook a wonderful meal with the numerous regional delicacies.
From the kitchen terrace (10 x 10 meter/yard) you descend into the large garden. In the summer you will find plenty of much needed shade under the olive or almond tree.
From the garden two flights of stairs lead to the lower part of the terrain, where the swimming pool is situated. Down there is the private parking place, where you can leave your car for longer periods of time. Right next to the house at street level, you can use the communale parking space for loading/unloading your luggage.
There are two large bedrooms with kingsize beds and one smaller bedroom with 2 beds on the second floor. One bedroom has a bathroom en suite, the shower room window offers a beautiful view.
There are two separate toilets, one on the ground floor and one in the roomy hall of the second floor.
At the countless little markets you can buy the most delicious products and most of the local products can be found in the village itself, that has an excellent butcher, a bakery and a small grocery shop. So in theory you don’t need to leave the village for food and drinks.
Condiments are plenty in the kitchen, like herbs, oil, vinegar etc. that you can use freely. The only thing that we ask of you is to restock.