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Saint-André-d'Olérargues Vacation Rentals

Recent Reviews

  • A beautiful, clean and relaxing home in Provence.
    5 of 5

    My husband and I spent 4 days in Linda's lovely rental in October. The pool and patio are fabulous-very private with lots of plantings and a covered sitting area. The house is quite large and beautifully decorated-I loved the colorful pottery in the well outfitted kitchen. She stocked the fridge with a light dinner and breakfast needs and was very available with advice and suggestions for dining, directions and having a good time in Provence. It was very convenient to Pont Du Gard, Nimes and Avignon but was in a quiet little town with little traffic. We loved it and would definitely return.

    Stayed: Oct 2018
    5 of 5

    This is a dazzling place for a holiday. From the second floor patio, there's a sweeping view of the valley below St. Siffret. During our late September stay, we had perfect weather (mostly in the mid-to-high 70's, perfectly clear blue skies and sparkling sun). We spent many hours luxuriating on the patio, with a glass of wine, cheeses and charcuterie from the local markets (Uzes market, 3 miles down the road, Saturdays and Wednesdays is spectacular). When not trotting out to Avignon, the Camargue, Arles, Orange, Nimes or other easily accessible sites, we used the bounty from the local markets to make wonderful dinners in the well-stocked kitchen. Although we were a large group (6 and then 8 for a few days) the house was comfortable and quiet. Many nooks and crannies, including a covered downstairs patio with a comfy hammock, gave plenty of space for peace and quiet when needed. Because this is a heavy, old stone house with thick walls and solid floors, there was no creaking if someone was up in the middle of the night. Most notably, the house is inviting, with everything you could need, so we found we settled in quickly and comfortably. In addition to the wonderful markets so nearby, there's also a Carrefour just a few miles down the road for any odds and ends you might need. There are copious vineyards and olive groves, so plenty of places to buy excellent local wine and olive oil. A bonus for us, since we enjoy hiking, is that the Uzes area has 250 miles of hiking trails. We sampled a few and found them well marked and easy to follow, once you get the hang of their trail marking conventions. If you are looking for a place in the South of France that is conveniently located, comfortable and well-stocked, look no further than Maison McCann!

    Stayed: Sep 2018