Property Ref: 1917
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: No
Double Glazing: Ask
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask
Our mobile home is situated on the Siblu 4* park, Le Lac des Reves on the outskirts of Montpellier in the South of France.
The mobile has a large open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with plenty of comfortable seating. There is satellite TV and a DVD player, and the kitchen is fully equipped with all the home from home essentials. There is also that all important air conditioning.
For outside dining you have the use of a gas BBQ and can choose to sit either on the covered terrace in the shade or on the patio. Alternatively you can just relax on a lounger in the garden.
There are 3 bedrooms, 1 double and 2 twin, both with plenty of storage and hanging space. Pillows and duvets are provided, but you will need to supply your own linen.
There is also a fully integrated bathroom with a shower and hand basin, plus a separate toilet.
The mobile home is located on a spacious plot with private parking and only a short walk from all the site facilities.
It really is a special place and ideal for relaxing and doing nothing, or getting out and about and seeing the area.
Booking Your Holiday
A 25% non refundable deposit will be required to secure your booking, with the balance to be paid 8 weeks before your arrival.
Gas, electric and water are included in the price.
Please ensure to have your own travel insurance.
We would ask that you leave the mobile as you find it please; cleaning products are provided.
We would also ask that you respect the neighbours with regard to noise.
Finally - arrive, unpack and simply enjoy yourselves.
Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals
This owner has yet to include their price and availability, please contact owner for further details
About the Area
Le Lac des Reves is one of the Siblu 4* sites located on the outskirts of Montpellier on the edge of the Etang de Mejean (known for its flamingos), overlooking Palavas and Carnon to the south and the stunning mountains to the north. The site has a nice welcoming feel to it and is clean and tidy with nice spacious plots.
There's a whole host of activities available on the park; something for everyone I'm sure. These include the pool complex with its large heated pool and smaller one for the kids, also a jacuzzi and waterslide. These can be viewed on the Siblu website. There are plenty of loungers available and the bar and restaurant overlook the pool complex. There is also a good takeaway; the pizzas are exceptionally good.
Fun Passes for entry to the pool complex can be purchased from reception on either a daily or weekly basis.
Leisure activities include mini golf and table tennis, both have a small charge for clubs and bats. Tennis courts, football pitch, basketball, boules and archery are available and there is also bike hire on the site. The kids clubs can be booked on arrival and are for the very young to teenagers.
There is also a small supermarket and laundry on site. A wi-fi card can be purchased from reception.
The Languedoc Roussillon is a beautiful and diverse region of France, from the miles of white sandy beaches to the mountains with its caves and rivers. The Petit and Grand Travers beaches are 15 minutes away. You can have a days canoeing and swimming in the river by travelling just 40 minutes in land.
Lattes and Perols are the local villages and both have a market; Lattes being the biggest and most vibrant on Sunday morning. Montpellier is a must, steeped in culture and history with lots of lively bars, restaurants, shops and great people watching. You can drive in and park under Place de la Comedie, but an easier option by far is driving to the Odysseum and taking the tram.
Other places of interest are Aigues Mortes, Ste Guilhem le Desert, Palavas, Sete, Pont du Gard and Nimes.
For your shopping there are Carrefour and Auchan supermarkets within 5kms of the site, along with many other shops.
Montpellier airport is 10 minutes away. Nimes and Beziers airports are 45 minutes, and Carcassonne and hour and a half. All are served by low cost carriers and have car hire available.
Ferries and the Tunnel are a good option. Driving through France adds to the holiday and you can easily break the journey by stopping for a night in a motel. The French motorways are a dream to drive on, but don't forget the tolls that apply on some.
Eurostar connects onto a high speed TGV, which is another way to get there. You get to see a lot more of the country whilst letting someone else do the driving!