Charming Writer's Retreat

Entire home/apt

5 guests

3 bedrooms

5 beds
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Renovated stone village home, close to Nimes and Montpellier, 30 minutes from the sea and the Cevennes mountains. Great cycling, markets, music and art festivals. 40 minutes from Arles, less than an hour from Avignon. available after August 10th.

The space

This is a beautiful stone house from the 1800s. It has been renovated and has a modern kitchen and bathroom. The master bedroom and the terrance have extraordinary views of the valley.

Guest access

There is one adult and one child bicycle, as well as lots of toys in the playroom. There is a washing machine and a dryer in the basement.

Interaction with guests

I live in New York and a friend of mine will provide the keys. Guests must be independent. However I am available on-line to answer all your questions.

Other things to note

There are festivals all summer and into the fall. The region is beautiful in all seasons -- close to the Cevennes mountains, the Mediterranean Sea, as well as Arles, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, Montpellier, Nimes.

The space
Accommodates: 5
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 5
Room type: Entire home/apt


Extra people $84 NZD / night after 3 guests
Cleaning Fee $75 NZD
Security Deposit $1677 NZD
Weekly Discount: 14%
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House Rules

This is a village house. Guests need to be respectful of noise levels for the neighbors. This is also my little paradise on earth where I hope to retire. I want guests who will take care of the house and its contents.


13 nights minimum stay

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New York, New York, United StatesJoined in September 2013
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professor of Performance Studies at New York University

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