France / Occitanie / Aigne
Old Stone House In A Tiny French Village
Typical old stone house in a tiny village in south west France.
It has been renovated, but still remains quaint and charming, and is furnished very simply.
With two double bedrooms it can accommodate two couples.
It is available for a home swap at any time except the first half of August 2016, in return for a place for two in November 2016 somewhere not too far from Melbourne.
Tiny French village eight kilometres from the lively market town of Olonzac.
The village is surrounded by vineyards and beautiful wild countryside, but is less than an hour from the beach near Narbonne.
Carcassonne is less than an hour away, and northern Spain and Barcelona are really not very far away either.
If you come when it's not too hot, it is a fantastic place for hiking.
It is the unpretentious part of the south of France: come and see for yourselves!
And I forgot to mention the wine tasting.
I have recently stopped working. I was a teacher of English (as a foreign language) to French business school students and engineering students.
I am now living in my holiday home in south west France.
I have a daughter in Melbourne, and that is why I am looking for a house swap in Australia.
We plan to travel to Australia in November 2016, however my house in Saveuse is only available in the summer months, as it is rented out to students in term time.
I can also offer to exchange my home in south west France any time apart from August 2016.
I would like to find a small apartment or house not too far from Melbourne (Mornington Peninsula, Great Ocean Walk, etc) for two to four weeks.
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|Sleeps||4 (2 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Béziers (60 km)|
When & Where
|Dates not specified|
|Languages||English / French|
|Occupation||Ex-Teacher of English / Retired Artist|