At the entrance to the old village of Faugères in Languedoc Roussillon, this house with its stone walls and its somewhat 19th century character overlooks the surrounding vines. The garden, tucked away behind a wall, is blooming with flowers and complemented with a swimming pool.
In the guest rooms, the ceiling beams and the flooring with its terracotta tiles or old floor boards have all been painstakingly refurbished by Christian and Régine.
The vaulted cellar has been converted into a lounge with a library where you can come and unwind
You will sleep in a private, individual bedroom: Each room has its own character, furnished in the style of the region and equipped with a bathroom and toilet. The meals which are prepared by the hosts are served on a large dining table in a beautiful dining room.
The domaine is set out around an inner courtyard and a partially covered terrace. Breakfast and dinner are served here in the summer: High quality cuisine with local produce. The wine is free of charge. You have access to: The covered terrace, the open air terrace, the dining room, the lounge and the swimming pool which is over 55m2.
During your stay here, we are convinced that you will appreciate what wine tourism really has to offer and you will be keen to learn more.
In this charming house in Southern France, you are in the heart of the vines of the famous Faugères appellation. This AOC (red and rosé wine) is produced in 7 districts and Faugères is in the centre. The production is regulated and the yields are limited. The total production is around 80,000 Hl, distributed by less than 40 producers and cooperative wineries. The names chosen for the guest rooms refer to the five grape varieties permitted for use in the production of Faugères wine.
La Vigneronne which is located on the roadside of the wine road, an excellent starting point for the discovery of other wines of the Hérault area: Saint-Chinian (AOC), Picpoul de Pinet, the Muscats, the Clairettes...
Faugères is also renowned for its 15th century mills. On this entirely renovated site you will discover an exceptional panoramic view where you can look for the famous “capitelles” (dry-stone huts, used by shepherds).
Languages spoken: French –English.