Le Palmier

Gite Le Palmier terrace
Le Palmier is a spacious and secluded ground floor holiday home (145 sq. metres) with its own private south-facing terrace. Double French doors open wide and connect to the master bedroom and the living room. This gite sleeps four to six people and combines traditional French style with modern comfort and elegance.

Gite Le Palmier courtyard view

  • Spacious sitting/dining room (60 sq. metres) with large dining area seating 8 people around a table lit by a candlelight chandelier. Two antique small cupboards nicely complement the traditional ceiling beams. Satellite TV, DVD player and a radio-CD player are provided.
  • Master bedroom (40 sq. metres) with open fireplace, engraved with the year 1790. Queen-size bed (160 x 200) and convertible couch for two. Antique wardrobe, table with chairs, TV set and video.
  • Second bedroom with either a queen-size bed (160 x 200) or twin beds and antique wardrobe. An extra bed for one additional person is available on request.
  • Independent large tiled kitchen with granite countertop, fully equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, hob, oven, fridge/freezer and all the other things you need to make your stay comfortable. We even provide you with some cooking essentials such as spices and herbs
  • Modern bathroom with shower and bath.
  • Separate toilet.
  • Entrance hall, which leads to the covered terrace and the inner courtyard.

Both the living room and master bedroom have French doors, which give access to the gite’s private south-facing terrace, with a splendid view of the park and Montagnes Noires in the distance. The terrace is also a great place for an evening barbecue or a quiet drink at the end of the day.

Gite Le Palmier courtyard view
Gite Le Palmier kitchen
Gite Le Palmier master bedroom
Gite Le Palmier window

Holiday home Le Palmier

Le Palmier is part of Domaine Le Trabet, a former winery dating back to the 18th century. Come and stay with us to enjoy the Mediterranean, the Pyrénées and the wonderful Languedoc-Roussillon region with all of its activities, arts, culture, wines and restaurants.

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