The Structure of the House

By: Saissac  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Beds, Dining Room

21 Rue d’Autan, Saissac.

The house is a spilt level stone structure, built in two parts about 200 years ago, with sleeping upstairs and living, kitchen and washing facilities downstairs.

Up the stairs are two large and comfortable bedrooms, each with queen size beds, wardrobe space and the other usual amenities. As well there is a lounge with a relaxing couch (foldaway double bed), plus TV/DVD /CD with English movies.

Downstairs, you will find the dining room, which exits out to the 20m² tiled deck with the gas BBQ, a small but very French functional kitchen, combined shower and laundry room, plus a separate toilet.   

All living and sleeping areas have newly installed electric heating panels. Telephone and broadband access can be arranged if required.

Keywords: Beds, Dining Room

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Location Map & Driving Instructions for accommodation in South France

If travelling direct to France from the South Pacific, we recommend arranging flights into Los Angeles and then the Lufthansa connections via Germany, and then across to Toulouse. These flight arrangements lessen the actual travel time and keep you clear of the congestion in Paris or Heathrow. It has a 1000 year old ruined chateau and spectacular views across the Languedoc Valley towards the Pyrenees.


History of the House

In earlier times, farm animals were kept overnight in the cellar beneath the house, both for protection for the stock during the harsh winters as well as to provide a source of natural heating to the residents There are still rusty old metal rings in the cellar walls which show where the animals were tethered.


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Mops, vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board etc can be found in the storage cabinet in the bathroom.Rubbish bags are under the sink in the kitchen and are simply deposited in the large council bins across the street. The oven is run by natural gas, which is provided by a large gas bottle which is inside the cupboard between the oven and the fridge.