This is an old stone house on the edge of a historic, fortified village. It's a peaceful location, and villagers will more likely greet you with a 'bonjour' than not. The house is well equipped, tastefully decorated and furnished; it stayed relatively cool despite 30+ outside temperatures. We liked the choice of outside seating areas that allowed us to choose sun or shade. It's a good road to Uzes, where there's plenty of hustle and bustle if you prefer, and some great old buildings and little individual shops. We had longer days out with trips to the Pont du Gard, Ardeche Gorge, Nimes, Avignon, Arles, Agde and Sete, as well as lots of drives around the local area. Still feel like we barely skimmed the surface. A great house, fascinating area - yes, we'd hope to go back one day.