4 Bedroom (Sleeps 8) House in Tornac

Country house with large private pool (heated)

At a glance: Child Friendly, Pet Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Heated Pool, Private Pool, Garden.
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Owner/Property Manager: Malcolm Green
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Property Type: House
Location: Tornac
Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 4 Bedroom
Bathrooms: 3
Minimum nights stay: 7
Low season price per week: €700
High season price per week: €1800
Average price per week:€1100
🌈 NHS Discount: upto 10%
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The House
This delightful stone farmhouse offers perfect family accommodation for a holiday in the south of France. The house has four bedrooms (2 x double king size beds; 1 x twin single beds; 1 x full-size single bunk beds), two bathrooms plus a further shower room/wc, large kitchen/dining room, and sitting room. There is a large shaded outdoor area for dining and relaxing, and a purpose-built barbecue.
There is a large (12m x 5m), heated swimming pool for the exclusive use of this house. The pool opens on 1 May and the water heating is available during May, June, September and October. The pool closes on 31 October.
We have fibre broadband to the house which provides very fast and reliable internet access and cable TV. There is also UK satellite TV.
We can provide a cot and a high chair for infants.
Parking for 3 - 4 cars.

The Region
Anduze, our local market town, offers shopping, local markets, craft shops, and restaurants. In the surrounding area, there are many local craft centres, vineyards, and museums. From Easter until the end of the summer there is a steam train which runs from Anduze up the beautiful Gardon valley to St. Jean du Gard.
Anduze is the point where the foothills of the Cevennes meet the Languedoc plain. It is, therefore, the ideal base for walking in the magnificent Cevennes National Park using the numerous waymarked trails where you can walk for miles without seeing another hiker. Alternatively, it is possible to explore this wild region by car along the Corniche des Cevennes, visiting pretty mountain villages such as Florac, or the dramatic Gorges du Tarn. Robert Louis Stevenson traveled here and wrote about this region in ‘Travels with a Donkey’. (It is possible to retrace Stevenson’s steps, using donkeys to carry your luggage). The Cevennes has been designated a site of world environmental importance by UNESCO.
The Mediterranean coast is within one hour’s drive. The nearest resort is Le Grau du Roi which has long sandy beaches, and a lively old fishing port with excellent fish restaurants overlooking the water.
Nearby are the provençal towns of Avignon, Arles, and Nîmes. They are important centres for arts festivals and concerts throughout the summer months, possess splendid galleries, museums, and restaurants, and have some of the best preserved Roman buildings remaining anywhere. The Roman aqueduct at Pont du Gard is also nearby.
Further afield, the Ardèche valley and the Camargue National Park are easily within a day’s expedition. The Camargue offers opportunities to explore the nature reserves with their flamingos, bulls, and white horses. The Rhône delta has miles of fine sandy beaches.

Booking Information
Bookings are normally for a minimum of 7 days and start on Saturdays, although we may be able to be flexible outside high season. We provide linen and towels, but request that guests bring their own towels for the pool/beach. All reservations incur an additional cleaning/laundry charge of €150. A refundable damages deposit of €200 is required. 25% of tariff payable on reservation. The balance is payable eight weeks before arrival. Payment is requested in Euros to our Euro account net of any transfer charges.

7 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

Return visit

By Julian Cousins on 15-Jul-2023

We were lucky enough to win a charity auction kindly donated by the owner Malcolm. Unfortunately Covid hit but our reservation remained valid until we were able to travel. The pre travel information provided was excellent and although the villa is in a quiet rural location, it was easy to find and access. The villa itself is well appointed with all the necessary comforts including wifi which my teenage daughters considered essential! It is spacious and comfortable with well appointed bedrooms. The pool was superb and became the family hub. We enjoyed our stay so much we rebooked. Again a lovely stay, just a very easy place to relax and unwind. The second time I took my bicycle and took numerous routes to the local towns and beyond. Highly recommended for cyclists. Local shops are a car ride away but there are quality local markets and the town of Anduze has every thing you need, including some very decent restaurants. If you''re looking for a place to unwind and relax, go for country walks, explore the nearby towns, this is the place for you. I highly recommended it and would return.

Brilliant pool

By Deborah E on 22-Aug-2015

We thoroughly enjoyed our week''s stay at Mas de Costas and wish it could have been for longer. We had a very relaxing time - there was plenty of space and everything a family would need both inside and outside - very well equipped and well presented. The large pool and surround were brilliant - allowing us to cool down, sunbathe and exercise at our leisure. The surrounding area is lovely. Anduze the nearest town has some interesting corners and the local countryside is idyllic - great for walking or just admiring. We really look forward to our return!

Stunningly beautiful

By Jenifer H on 22-Dec-2012

The online photos don''t show how stunningly beautiful both the property, its grounds and the surrounding area are. The property is well laid out with doors opening to the outside area from both the kitchen and lounge area. It is well maintained and extremely comfortable both internally and externally. It is situated in a tranquil spot but it is also close to Anduze with its numerous cafes, market, shops, and river. The information folder covers both Anduze and other places of interest. Having spent 5 days in Nimes we particularly enjoyed sitting, relaxing by the pool and reading some of the many excellent books in the farmhouse. The kitchen and eating areas were so well equipped and provided such an enjoyable eating area we spent most evenings eating in. We had no problems during our stay but were reassured that had there been any all the necessary phone numbers, including the English speaking caretaker and the owner, were to hand. The owner provided excellent customer service and dealt promptly and efficiently with all of our queries.


23 Mar 2024 - 5 Apr 3034 Easter 1000 ( 10% discount for NHS )
6 Apr 2024 - 24 May 2024 Spring 700 ( 10% discount for NHS )
25 May 2024 - 28 Jun 2024 Early summer 950 ( 5% discount for NHS )
29 Jun 2024 - 19 Jul 2024 Summer 1500 ( 5% discount for NHS )
20 Jul 2024 - 30 Aug 2024 Peak 1800
31 Aug 2024 - 13 Sep 2024 Late summer 1250 ( 5% discount for NHS )
14 Sep 2024 - 27 Sep 2024 Shoulder 1000 ( 10% discount for NHS )
27 Sep 2024 - 1 Nov 2024 Autumn 700 ( 10% discount for NHS )



Children Welcome
Pets Welcome


Pantry Items
Coffee Maker
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Wood stove
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Living Room
Ironing Board
Heated Pool
Private Pool