• Self-catering accommodation, The French Wine Estate

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    Room facilities:Basic items for cooking (salt & pepper, oil, spices), Bathtub or shower, Blender, Coffee & Tea, Coffee Machine, Complimentary toiletries, Dining area, Dishwasher, Dryer, DVD player, Flat Screen TV, Fully equipped kitchen, Gowns and slippers, Hairdryer, Heating, Iron & ironing board, Kettle, Kitchenette, Microwave oven, Music system, Oven, Refrigerator, Safety Deposit Box, Seating area, Telephone, Toaster, Towels, Vacuum cleaner, WiFi

    Dining and living area at French Wine Estate

    Bedroom at French Wine Estate

    Bedroom at French Wine Estate

    Terrace at French Wine Estate

    Living room at French Wine Estate


    28 luxurious self-catering suites and villas, all individually styled with 1 to 3 bedrooms that can sleep between 2 and 8 guests. Some properties feature private pools (some of which have alarms). Please contact us for a specific quote with different options.



The French Wine Estate

is a beautiful country estate with luxury self-catering properties.             .

Total capacity:

  • 28 self-catering suites and villas with private gardens sleeping 2 to 8
  • 1 hotel room in the chateau

Useful things to know:

  • Kids Club runs in July and August
  • 150 acres of grounds to explore
  • 20 metre heated outdoor pool (heated from April to October)
  • private pools are heated starting end of May
  • Complimentary bikes and sports equipment
  • Tennis and volleyball courts
  • Two boules pitches
  • Brasserie open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Barbecue packs, pizza deliveries and take-away meals available
  • Babysitters can be arranged
  • Stair gates and baby equipment available
  • Rental car is recommended
  • Plenty of family-friendly days out in the area
  • Closest airports are Béziers (25 mins), Montpellier (60 mins) and Perpignan (75 mins)
  • The closest villages are Capestang, Quarante and Puisserguier, where you can find supermarkets as well as many restaurants, cafés and bars – from bistros to up-market canal-side restaurants. Capestang is the closest, about 3km away (a 35 minute walk or 5 minute drive).

A working wine estate in southern France where the picturesque turreted chateau and former wine cellars, stables and barns have been converted into luxury self-catering suites and villas.

With the atmosphere of a stylish country club, families can enjoy the privacy of their own villa and garden (some also have pools) whilst also having access to the estate’s sports and recreational facilities.

Suites and villas retain many original features and have been stylishly decorated in fresh colours and furnished with a mix of antiques and modern pieces. Kitchens are state of the art and very well equipped – ideal for preparing family meals after shopping at the local markets – and bathrooms are sleek and modern.

An exceptional destination for families, there is no end of healthy, wholesome outdoor activities to enjoy. On site, guests can help themselves to complimentary bikes to explore the vineyards and grounds, play tennis, volleyball and petanque, or swim in the heated pool. A little further afield is the beautiful Canal du Midi, sandy beaches are only half an hour away and there are several theme parks nearby to keep the younger family members entertained.

In July and August there is also an excellent Kids Club for 4 to 12 year olds, with lots of engaging activities on offer. Parents can use the off duty time to relax in the conservatory with a book from the library, take a guided tour of the vineyards or indulge in a wine tasting session.

For guests who prefer not to cook while on holiday, there is a brasserie serving fresh, seasonal Mediterranean cuisine and well equipped barbecue station that is perfect for a summer cookout, and barbecue packs are available. Meals can also be ordered to take away from the brasserie and pizza deliveries can be ordered in summer.

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Minimum Stay

Please note there is a 7 night minimum stay during peak season for all self-catering accommodation.


November 2022- March 2023


April, May and October 2023


June and September 2023


July and August 2023

Prices from

Self-catering accommodation 2023 prices:

2 bedroom apartment or house: FROM €245 per night in low season, from €495 per night (7 night minimum stay) in July or August

2 bedroom house with pool: FROM €295 per night in low season, from €755 per night (7 night minimum stay) in July or August

3 bedroom apartment or house: FROM €349 per night in low season, from €705 per night (7 night minimum stay) in July or August

3 bedroom house with pool: FROM €359 per night in low season, from €835 per night (7 night minimum stay) in July or August

Rental rates include water, electricity, gas, beds made up on arrival and linen changed every 3 to 4 days, use of the main pool, bikes, barbeque area, tennis courts and boules terrain.

The tourist tax is not included and is an additional €1.80 per night per adult (18 and over) and is payable with the final balance.

Please note in the self-catering accommodation linen is changed every 3-4 days and guests are required to empty their own bins and to leave the accommodation as they found it on arrival. Additional housekeeping services are available on request.

Deposits / Cancellations

SELF-CATERING PROPERTIES: A deposit of 25% of the total fee is payable upon confirmation. The balance is due within 28 days of the check-in date.


In the event of cancellation, payment will be refunded as follows:

  • More than 28 days before the date of arrival: no cancellation fee will be charged.
  • More than 14 days before the arrival date: 50% of the total amount of the stay will be charged as a cancellation fee.
  • Less than 14 days before the arrival date: 100% of the total amount of the stay will be charged as a cancellation fee.
  • In case of early departure no refund will be made.


Pets are allowed at the property for an additional fee of 15€/night.


  • Babysitting
  • BBQ
  • Beach volleyball
  • Bikes
  • Boules
  • Brasserie
  • Outdoor pool
  • Outdoor space
  • Restaurant
  • Spacious gardens
  • Sun loungers
  • Tennis court
  • WiFi

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House example:

French Wine Estate Living Room with The Little Voyager

French Wine Estate Double Bedroom with The Little Voyager

French Wine Estate Verander with The Little Voyager

French Wine Estate Sitting Room with The Little Voyager

28 luxurious self-catering suites and villas, all individually styled with 1 to 3 bedrooms that can sleep between 2 and 8 guests. Some properties feature private pools (some of which have alarms). Please contact us for a specific quote with different options.


  • Travel cots
  • Blankets/sheets
  • Baby phone
  • Room darkening curtains/blinds
  • Security bed rail


  • Baby bath
  • Bath shampoo & gel

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  • Child bike seat

feeding time

  • High chair

play time

  • Indoor books & toys
  • Play pen
  • Outdoor swimming pool

pooh time

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  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Babysitting available on request
  • Doctor on call
  • Shopping possibilities close by
  • Cleaning service
  • Laundry service
  • Kids Club
  • On arrival in each self-catering accommodation, guests will find a starter pack of basic essentials.

Activities for kids

At the property

Kids Club

The club (open in July and August) welcomes kids five days a week, Monday to Friday, and is run by qualified, friendly, and bilingual staff (French/English). The Kids Club is open to children aged 4 to 12. Please note it is not included in the price of the accommodation and space is limited, so it is recommended to book in advance.

Kids Dinners and Parties

From Monday to Friday in July and August the French Wine Estate hosts a supervised kids dinner party in the evenings. With a menu that is both healthy and fun to eat, the dinner party lets kids get to know each other and allows parents to take their time over a leisurely meal later in the evening. Kids dinner is served from 6pm and needs to be booked in advance.

A Day at the Beach

French Wine Estate Serignan Beach with The Little Voyager

There are many beaches in the region so why not pack a picnic and some beach gear and spend the day building sandcastles, jumping in the waves and relaxing in the sun? Just west of Sérignan, Valras (about a 35-minute drive) is a traditional beach town with lots of restaurants and shops. It is very child friendly – with a good playground on the sand, a drop-in children’s club and a port to wander around. The beach itself stretches for 4km and has plenty of water sports and leisure facilities. It’s very safe for swimming too.


French Wine Estate Kids Activities Sign with The Little Voyager

The grounds of the French Wine Estate are perfect for adventures, and there are plenty of options for kids to play sports, including loaner bikes, tennis rackets, and plastic boules. The estate has a clay tennis court, beach volleyball court, and two boules courts.

Further afield

  •       Karting track 30 minutes away
  •       Paint ball park 30 minutes away
  •       Dinosaur museum 45 minutes away
  •       Indoor trampoline park 30 minutes away
  •       Laser games 25 minutes away
  •       Lego museum 35 minutes away
  •       Trampoline park in Montpellier 1 hour away
  •       Indoor climbing in Montpellier 1 hour away

Activities for adults

At the property 


The estate has a clay tennis court, two boules courts, and a beach volleyball court. Guests can also borrow bikes to explore the estate’s beautiful grounds.

Personal Training

The estate’s personal trainers offer both intensive one-on-one sessions and more restorative, gentle training. Make sure you book your session in advance, as spots can fill up fast.

Biking and Running

French Wine Estate Bike Rides with The Little Voyager

The paths around the estate are perfect for running and biking, and are a great way to enjoy the grounds and the beautiful Languedoc landscape.


Guests from the French Wine Estate are welcome to use the Spa at their sister property, the French Chateau (located a 40 minute drive away, north of Béziers) for an extra fee (25€ for 4 hours). Please book in advance.


Further Afield

Cruising the Canal du Midi

The peaceful banks of the tree-lined Canal du Midi are only a 5-minute drive (or a 10-minute bike ride) from the estate. It’s the perfect place to stroll along the path or go for an afternoon cruise on the water.

Water sports

French Wine Estate Costal Scene with The Little Voyager

With its perfect Mediterranean climate, the estate's immediate area is a great spot for water sports, both in the nearby Mediterranean Sea and in the region’s lakes and rivers. The nearby Thau Lagoon is known for being a calm spot with warm water, and a perfect place to take younger kids.


There are 4 courses less than an hour’s drive away from the estate, and two sets of golf clubs are available for guests to use (subject to availability).

Visiting Wineries

French Wine Estate Vineyards with The Little Voyager

In addition to the wine tastings the estate hosts throughout the year, there are also hundreds of wineries to visit nearby. Faugeres, the Corbieres, the Minervois, Picpoul de Pinet, La Clape and the Terrasses du Larzac are all only a short drive away.

Day Trips to Narbonne, Beziers, or Montpellier

French Wine Estate Narbonne with The Little Voyager

Narbonne (30 mins away), is a small city on the Canal de la Robine, and is great place to visit for a few hours. Les Halles, a large market, offers lots of delicious foods to try, as well as a few bars to sit in for a drink. The small city is also famous for its unfinished cathedral, the Cathédrale Saint-Just-et-Saint-Pasteur – only its choir was ever built, and still towers above the city today.

Slightly larger than Narbonne, Beziers (30 mins away) is one of the oldest towns in France, and has been inhabited since at least 575 BCE. Every year, it hosts a bullfighting festival in mid-August with lots of street food stalls and live music. It’s also known for its impressive 13th-century cathedral, sitting on a steep rock face over the city.

Languedoc’s biggest city, Montpellier (1 hour 15 mins away) is the region’s cultural hub, and is a great place for museums, cafes, bars, and shopping. There are also lots of family-friendly activities, including ice skating, bowling, or visiting the aquarium.


The Area

The Hérault region of the Languedoc offers an altogether more tranquil and authentic version of southern France than one finds at the seaside resorts. Here, medieval castles perch on rocky crags and rivers meander gently through lush valleys.

Undulating vines and farmland surround sleepy villages, where family bakeries turn out fabulous breads and afternoon activities may be limited to a game of boules under the shade of a plane tree.

There are plenty of historic towns and villages – most notably the market towns of Pézenas and Béziers as well as Narbonne – and the pretty Canal du Midi winds its way peacefully through the area.

The stunning Haut Languedoc Parc is located 40 minutes northwest of the Estate, with mountains, rivers, gorges, valleys and lakes, the scenery is spectacularly varied and begs to be discovered, and winery tours are always a popular way to spend a day or two when in the area.

The coast is about 30 minutes away with beautiful sandy beaches and inland lagoons which are used to farm delicious oysters.