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Old house for 8 people with views of the mountains and Pommerol
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Chaise et lit pour enfants disponiblesChaise et lit pour enfants disponibles
Max guests: 8
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Beautiful walks or bike can boot from the house, in the mountains or the woods, or in the vicinity, along the vineyards and lavender fields. Drôme includes 3,000 km of hiking trails on foot or by bike. All levels of difficulty are available, from simple to more difficult.
There are two bodies of water 10 km from the house, near the villages of Rosans and La Motte-Chalencon, each with a small beach at the edge. The surrounding rivers also offer many opportunities for swimming and fishing.
You can also do tricks canoe, with the whole family on the River Drôme. There are also several Via Ferrata, near Luc-en-Diois, 29 km from La Fromagère.
Rafting, canyoning, horse riding or rides on donkeys can still arrange near La Fromagère.
The small medieval village of Rosans (10 km) deploys around his place and his castle of the eleventh century.
A Verclause (13 km), a larger supermarket allows you to do more important races, like in La Motte Chalencon (13 km) and Rémuzat (22 km), where you'll also have a few restaurants.
Die (45 km) is a small historical town, known for its 'Clairette de Die' (sparkling white wine). A Dieulefit, just an hour drive from the house, held the "Feasts of Picodon" the second Sunday of August. The "Picodon" is the local cheese Drome. Gap, Valencia and the city of nougat Montelimar, are larger cities, equally interesting to visit. Further south, you are quickly in the vineyards of the Côtes du Rhône or Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
The city of Nyons, 45 minutes drive from the Fromagère, unfolds around its medieval heart, with the "Roman Bridge" that spans the river Eygues. This city is the center of olive production. Its Thursday morning market is well known in the area, with many local products such as olive oil, honey, cheese, lavender, ...
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