An authentic hamlet

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Standing like an island in the middle of an ocean of scrubland and green oaks, at the edge of the Haut Languedoc regional nature park. Built on the upper foothills of the Montagne Noire at an altitude of 500 m, it gives you a very beautiful view over the Languedoc plain, with the Mediterranean on the horizon.
The road stops at the entrance to the Hamlet; afterwards, all is calm with no cars. Luggage or shopping is transported using small sleds.
Although it appears utterly remote, all shops and services are less than 13 km away.

Seven charming houses

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The seven gites bear the names or nicknames of the last farmers to occupy them. Old furniture, pottery tiles, lime washed,… Each of the 7 gites, which are not overlooked, has a terrace with garden lounge, barbecue and a well-equipped kitchen. All of the bedrooms have a washroom with shower and toilet.
Upon your arrival, the beds are prepared and the towels and tablecloths are supplied. For stays of at least a week, the fridge is stocked for your first evening meal and first breakfast.

La Plume

Additional Info

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  • Nombre de chambres: 3 bedrooms - 6 persons
  • Résumé: An almost "bourgeoise" house for Cauduro.

An almost "bourgeoise" house for Cauduro. The ancestral means of cooking are visible in the living room.

The pink bedroom is appreciated by children, the yellow bedroom is envied in summer for its coolness, while the blue bedroom with its beautiful bathroom is "reserved" for parents.

After analysing the land registry from 1812, and during the restoration, we noticed that "La Plume" is a collection of three different houses, modified and raised after at least two fires.

In the thickness of the wall, on the right of the fireplace, we found the original "cooking pit". The cooking pit was the "kitchenette" where food was cooked on the embers taken from the fireplace.

The fireplace was rebuilt in its original location, against the "ash pit" on the bottom right. The "ash pit" was a sort of larder where cooked meats were preserved in the ash.