The house lies in the historic centre of Uzès and was built in the 18th century on the foundations of an earlier medieval structure. The basement probably originates from the 14th century and has a beautiful vaulted ceiling and spiral staircase.
Newly renovated in February 2017 and decorated like a cozy den for relaxation and artistic souls, the house has a small library of books, magazines and DVDs. For those who prefer not to to spend the evenings in the cafes and bars of Uzès, or just sitting by the large windows on the top floor, relaxing, looking out across the sky and the city.
The house is best suited for two people but can sleep a maximum of four (the sofa in the living room folds out into a double bed). Be aware that the house has three flights of stairs.
There is a telephone line in the house with free calls to landlines in Europe and North America.
Free parking is available about a five minute walk away, and paid parking only moments from the house.
CHECK OUT THE PHOTO GALLERY BELOW AND A FLOOR BY FLOOR DESCRIPTION OF THE HOUSE:
Ground floor: Wet room with traverting marble shower, travertin sink, storage and a washing machine.
First floor: Living room with a sofa that folds out to a double bed. There is a DVD player and TV with cable television, including a number of English and German channels.
Second floor: Bedroom with a quality mattress double bed, shelves, and toilet and sink.
Third floor: Loggia and kitchen with rooftop views of Uzès and the Duke’s Castle, Le Duché.