Your charming address in the historic centre of Béziers is your home for a holiday rental or for work

Your peacefulhousebeziers is on the way to Santiago de Compostela, pass through a secret passage to find yourself in a semi-private garden courtyard.

For non-smoking guests who like peace and quiet and quickly feel at home in a renovated organic house equipped for 2 adults and 2 children classified 3*, but with the possibility of having 2 extra children and a baby. free fiber WIFI.

A large dining room with a 120x160 sofa bed, a fully equipped kitchen, a shower room, separate WC on the ground floor.

A bedroom with a 160x200 bed, a wardrobe and a TV living room with a 120x190 sofa bed on the ground floor.

Possibility to enter with a key box.

We look forward to welcoming you.


Don't hesitate to contact me if you find cheaper on another site... (this should not be the case)

Here is a virtual tour of the house :

From your peacefufhousebeziers you can discover all the major sites of Béziers in less than 10 minutes on foot, and so go to the Tourist Office to find out about all the activities and visits available in the town and the region. From the Place Saint-Jacques you will have a view of the Orb river, the canal bridge and in the distance the view of the Cathedral of Saint-Nazaire. I have prepared a 30 minute walk to get there, passing by the old arena, then the Tourist Office and the Hôtel de Vile, the Halles centrales, the Hôtel Boyer de Sorgues, and back through the narrow streets. Another 40-minute tour will take you to the Madeleine church, where you will discover the municipal theatre Théâtre Municipal and the neighbourhood of the alleys of Paul Riquet, creator of the Canal du Midi, to the Jardin des Poètes, classified as a remarkable garden, to the Béziers train station, from where you can take the bus to the Valras beach (which celebrates its 90th anniversary) in 30 minutes, before returning. Fonseranes locks - WikipediaDon't forget to visit (25 minutes walk from the house) the 9 locks of Fonseranes from where you can take a barge to sail on the Canal du Midi. 

Did you know that Béziers was the world capital of wine at the end of the 19th century? Hence the great fortunes that built the beautiful buildings of the city. Discover the Languedoc region and 7 different wines in an organic estate by following this link,