DATES AVAILABLE FOR HOLIDAY RENTALS at 2 nights’ minimum this Summer: 19th to 31st August 2018. Please email Susana at email@example.com to confirm availability and best price! Consequently, you can go to the Airbnb listing (a little more expensive as it will require service fees): https://www.airbnb.fr/rooms/3771828
The village house is also available for long term let starting October 2018 until end of April 2019. In the heart of the gorgeous village of Cotignac:
Details of accommodation:
The village house, suitable for two couples or a four to five-member- family is just steps away from the centre of the village, but in a quiet neighbourhood (near the outdoor Théâtre du Rocher and the Place de la Mairie), has a new kitchen fully equipped with dining area on the ground floor, a master bedroom (one King size bed) with ensuite on the first floor, an additional bedroom (with 2 single beds that can be used separately or together to make one super king size) with separate bathroom on the second floor, and a large living room (convertible 4-poster futon bed) with bar and kitchenette on the top floor with 3 velux windows for lots of light. A mezzanine is just above this floor where there is an additional single sized bed suitable for a child or an adult guest. In total, the house has 124 square metres of living space (loi carré). Parking can be found about 30 metres away.
Nightly rate: 99 -130 euros (depending on season), one week minimum at 670 euros and 1,200 euros per month (minimum of 3 month’s stay over Winter) or if staying more than 3 months, the rent drops to 1,000 per month plus bills). There is a mandatory cleaning charge of 55 – 70 euros (includes laundry of linens and depends on number of people staying) requested at the end of the stay.
If you are interested in booking this house for your next holiday, please contact Susana directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +33 624 23 26 55. You can also book through AirBnB (site service charges apply): https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3771828?guests=4&s=pdK7
NB: interior furnishings may change slightly without notice
If you have never seen a quince before, you’ll be charmed by it’s pear-like appearance and delighted by the variety of cuisine it can be used in. From tarts to tortes and candy to jelly, this multi-purpose fruit goes a long way here in Provence. It’s Cotignac’s pride and joy and every year the village celebrates its heritage and harvest in October. This year the festival will take place on the 19th of October and it’ll be well worth a detour if you are in the area. Continue reading Fête du Coing (quince festival)