3 Bedroom (Sleeps 6) Villa in Cessenon-Sur-Orb

Villa With Private Pool And Stunning Views.

At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Air Conditioning, Parking, Heated Pool, Private Pool, Garden.
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Property Type: Villa
Location: Cessenon-Sur-Orb
Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Bathrooms: 2
Minimum nights stay: 7
Low season price per week: £2250
High season price per week: £2700
Average price per week:£2500
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Three-bedroomed air-conditioned family villa, superbly equipped, located on the southern edge of Cessenon-sur-Orb in the Languedoc. The villa is set on a hillside in 1 hectare of landscaped gardens with an unoverlooked private swimming pool. It has its own small vineyard. There are stunning views from both the patio area and the pool area. The villa is just 10 minutes walk from the centre of Cessenon, where there are restaurants, bars and shops. Cessenon is a lively town with a market 2 days a week. There are many lovely walks in the area including part of a GR route. Cycling routes are well-signed. Canoeing on the River Orb is available nearby. The historic town of Beziers is 30 minutes away by car. Other places of interest are the Canal du Midi, Carcassonne and Narbonne.

8 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

Fantastic villa

By Stuart D on 30-Aug-2021

This is a fantastic Villa, extremely well equipped and appointed. We spent many days next to the pool admiring the idyllic view surrounded by complete tranquillity, with nothing but the sound of nature (and the kids) disturbing the peace. The village at the bottom of the hill has everything you need, with several excellent bakeries (sorry), a very good local supermarket with a butchers counter and also a nearby large pharmacy, if required. When it was too hot we retreated to the rear terrace, which offered fantastic views of the valley from partial shade. Plenty of space and lovely landscaped grounds, we will be back!

2 weeks in June

By Samuel R on 28-Jun-2017

The Villa is well placed up in the hills with fantastic views. It feels very private and you are not overlooked. The grounds are quite extensive and very well landscaped. I am a keen gardener and was very impressed with the design, it borrows and merges beautifully with the surrounding landscape. Town is a 10 minute walk and not too strenuous, especially if you go early morning before the sun is too hot. There are a couple of bakeries, a butchers/deli a bar and a couple of restaurants. For bigger shops there are a couple of supermarkets about 15 minutes away by car. I was there with my family, including a toddler. We mostly enjoyed relaxing by the pool and in and around the villa. I should mention that the villa is very well stocked. The kitchen had more and better utensils/crockery/cutlery than my home kitchen. Also I had taken lots of things I did not need. There is a stock of washing up liquid, dishwasher and washing machine tablets, cleaning products, soaps, handwashes ect...... The bedrooms are nicely decorated and the beds comfortable. I slept well thanks to the air-conditioning in the bedrooms. The pool area is slightly set away from the main property, on a lower terrace. It has a nice tiled area with loungers and an outside kitchen with a built in BBQ. There is a washing up area and even a fridge. The views are wonderful. It got a little hot down there at 1700 so we would often venture back to the coolness of the terrace off the living room. The beaches are about a 35-40 minute drive. We went to Valras Plage near Beziers. To be honest it was not really my thing. A little naff with 1000s of people crammed on the hot sands. I can recommend a visit to Sete, with its lovely canals and seafood restaurants. We also had a nice time in Beziers, there is a good shopping centrre called the Polygon, where we bought our toddlers first pair of shoes. St Chinian is worth a visit on Market Days. There is a lovely restuarant called cafe de paix (or something similar). It is very popular so you may need to book. We also visited Roquebrun and had an ice cream and a swim in the Orb, where the river bends and slows, there is a pebble beach and lots of people swimming. I think a car is a must. If flying have a look at Beziers, it is the closest by far. The drive up the villa is a little bumpy, and there are a few ruts in the turning area to start the ascent up the villa drive. I had a 4x4 but to be honest it is not a necessity!

Wonderful stay

By Peter and Sue on 31-Jul-2018

We had a wonderful stay at Les Hautes Terres. It’s a lovely house, really well equipped, and a great pool and terrace, with views over the valley. The local villages, domaines, and restaurants were interesting and welcoming. There’s not many places that we lost as a place to return to - but this is definite one of them.


20/07/2024 - 31/08/2024 Summer 2024 2800, Pool heat €180, Refundable deposit 400



Children Welcome


Coffee Maker
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Air Conditioning
Washing Machine
Living Room
Ironing Board
Video Library
Heated Pool
Private Pool


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