Pros: a very warm welcome from the hosts Martine and Alain. The welcome drink was taken in the beautiful shed in the garden with a lovely atmosphere. Alain showed us around in Calvisson and explained the small shops drove us around in this nice village to get an impression where we stay. All in all we received very good information about the restaurants, the region to visit and the enterprises to go to for our work to be done. Olivia is in the center of the village and the place is very quiet. The room is good, the beds comfortable. A beautiful place to stay!!
Cons: Everything was perfect
Pros: Tasteful decor in very comfortable room with modern fittings. Super friendly hosts who couldn’t do enough for us. Lent us a brolly and cycled us to the pharmacy. Delicious breakfast and pre dinner drinks.
Cons: The room is in the garden of the property, so not much privacy for longer stays.
Pros: It was one of the best stay in my life. Wonderful hosts and atmosphere. We will definitely come back !
Cons: This tiny oasis in the smallest of villages was an absolute gem. The hosts were amazing, rooms spotless, comfortable and extremely chic. We felt like we were long lost friends who were invited to stay, an extremely generous welcome, fabulous breakfast including speciality cakes from the Bordeaux. Dinner in the local restaurant was pre booked for us and we were escorted there by our hosts in case we got lost. Amazing value for money.
Pros: Fantastic breakfast and incredible hospitality. They even booked us a prime table at the local restaurant during an annual festival
Pros: We spent two night at the lovely L'Oliva whilst at a music festival at nearby Langlade. Martine & Alain are one of the most welcoming hosts we have ever stayed with and full of advice on where to visit and eat whilst in the area. There are bikes that you can borrow and L'Oliva is just a couple of minutes cycle from the Voie Vert, an old railway track that has been converted into a 21km cycle path ending at Sommieres. Alain hopped on his bike and cycled us down to the entrance to the pathway to ensure we didn't get lost. The bedroom was large and comfortable, with a nice ceiling fan cooling you down overnight. Plenty of outside space in the flower filled garden in snooze in the sun and a lovely terraced area where an ample breakfast is served. Highly recommended.
Cons: Could be difficult to find, make sure you use the GPS co-ordinates that are provided with the booking which takes you straight to the gate. Otherwise Martine & Alain emailed the evening beforehand to say they could meet us by the church if we got lost.
Pros: Took us in when another place cancelled on us. We had a well behaved dog and they don’t usually accept pets but made an exception. They were lovely people and their dog Ursula and ours got on famously. Great breakfast. Really comfortable bed.
With a stay at Bed and Art in Calvisson, you'll be 10.8 mi (17.4 km) from Musée de la Romanité and 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Nimes Arena.
Pros: Right in centre of village.
Cons: No air conditioning or fans.
Pros: Beautiful artistic place with a perfect location between Nimes, Montpellier, Avignone and Arles. Comfortable and cozy residence to explore the region. The house is an old stone type, typical for this area building, situated behind the church and the municipality. The hosts are very nice and kind people. Congratulations for the delicate, artistic sense to the detail! Very good cafe and French style breakfast are served in a romantic place. In case you are looking for a 5-star comfort it is not your place, but romantic art-lovers should appreciate spending several days in this house .
Pros: The charm of this old house , decorated with taste The kindness of the owner
Cons: The fact that booking.com doesn't give the exact amount of dog surcharges prior to the booking . This comment doesn't apply to the current rated home but more generally .
Pros: Not parking ,so dificlt to found some place for car even in the 500m
Pros: Very friendly welcome in a lovely home. Excellent location wiihin village. Good breakfast and dog friendly.
Pros: A Charming place to stay, beautiful rooms with plenty of character. Lovely and very helpful hosts.
Pros: The property exuded chem and character. Being in a 16th century building, it was quirky and interesting. The room was well appointed and spotless.
Pros: Our hosts were knowledgable about the area and helpful in every, making sure we enjoyed our stay. The house was very old and beautiful in a village with good restaurants. We found our room to be very clean and comfortable.
Pros: Very comfortable. The owner was very good and welcoming. A great place to stay,would recommend B/B
With a stay at La croisée des chemins in Calvisson, you'll be 10.6 mi (17.1 km) from Nimes Arena and 10.7 mi (17.2 km) from Temple of Diana. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The hosts are really kind and helpful. They know so much about the area and even drove us to local sights. The breakfast is wonderful. They make their own pancakes and bread and jam. There is a kitchen and a terrace for eating and the view is spectacular. The place is clean and has everything you need. We brought our 2 year old daughter and she had her own room with a little bed and toys. We will come back. It is 30 mins drive to Nines which is worth visiting.
Cons: It is a bit difficult to get around if you don't have a car but Christian was so kind and helpful, driving us to the bus stop and arranging cheap transport for us to get to the airport. Next time we will bring a car. The pool wasn't ready to use because they had had some cold weather it being May.
Pros: spacious, very well equipped, wonderful location, excellent host AND unlimited use of the pool.
Pros: Christian and marie were fantastic hosts, very attentive and the place was stunning ♥️
Pros: Views. Pool
Cons: Rooms like BNB. Old family bedrooms. Difficult to find. Use sat nav.
Pros: I have to say Christian was an wonderful host. Christian explained the surrounding areas and history of the region and gave us a warm welcome. During our stay, there were another family besides Christian, we had access to a shared fully equipped kitchen. The property is overlooking a valley and equipped with an outdoor heated swimming pool which I loved! Our room was tastefully decorated with a double bed, one sofa bed and a fold out bed. There was also a mini-fridge and air-cooler which was obviously more than we expected.
Cons: The only downside to all of the above was that it's located in a sort-of remote location and the path (chemin) leading up to the property isn't really motorable by modern standard! Also wifi signal was a bit weak but did I say that they had a swimming pool with an amazing view?
Pros: Gilles was very helpful in recommending activities and places to visit in the area.
Cons: The one way street system made finding the B&B a bit tricky.
Pros: Lovely old house with nice pool. Warm welcome from the owner, Gilles who booked us a table a nearby restaurant (which was superb and 5 min walk to) Lovely fresh croissants and coffee before Nimes flight. 15 mins from Airport so handy for early departures
Cons: No Credit cards / Not a big deal but we failed to check beforehand..! Just had enough cash.!
Pros: Nice quiet location. Nice big rooms. Gillies was very helpful with suggestions of places to go. Helped me out with dinner when I arrived on a public holiday and all shops and restaurants were shut. Thanks.
Pros: Our host was very welcoming and we enjoyed his hospitality on our arrival. Breakfast was very nice and room more than adequate for our stay
Cons: A little hard to find as there are some one way streets to confuse the GPS
Pros: Beautiful accommodation, our host was very friendly and his 2 beautiful dogs
With a stay at Les Aubuns Country Hôtel in Saint-Gilles (Costières), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Nîmes Museum of Natural History and Prehistory and Temple of Diana. Featured amenities include a computer station, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Large swimming pool with lovely sun-bathing / relaxation area. Good sized rooms; ample parking space, nice grounds.
Cons: No in room mini fridge. Restaurant was closed the two nights that we were there.
Pros: Proximity to airport. Very pleasant pool area Good meal
Cons: Nothing to walk to from hotel Would have been useful for breakfast to have been served earlier
Pros: Service and food
Pros: Above standard three star hotel with airy , bedrooms featuring interior design touches. Beautiful pool area.
Cons: Limited food offering , which closed down completely on Saturday . Given the lack of alternative food offerings in the nearby villages this made for frustration and disappointment. You must drive everywhere.
Pros: It was in an ok area..
Cons: The restaurant wasn't open at the weekend
Pros: Nice location for making roond trip
Cons: Fitness was not ready and there were nothing on walking distance
Pros: Large and comfortable room, quiet location nearby the City. Nice garden with swimming Pool.
Pros: We arrived very late but they accommodated us nicely. Pool looked very enticing although we didn't have chance to use it. Very clean hotel.
Pros: Large, very comfortable room, good location, excellent evening meal & breakfast. Good value. Staff were very welcoming and helpful
Located in Generac, Mas Richard is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Musee de la Maison Romane and Abbatiale Saint-Gilles du Gard. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
ibis budget Nîmes Caissargues, the smart accommodation choice! Choose to stay in an inviting, modern room while on your travels. Each room is designed to accommodate 1, 2 or 3 people (depending on the country) and has a shower, toilet and satellite TV - a ll at an affordable price. Kick start your day with a delicious breakfast that won't break the bank!
Pros: Has a big carpark out back and is off the main strip with soundproof rooms. Didn’t hear the motorway all night.
Cons: No elevator, bathroom is a plastic cubicle like you’d find on an overnight ferry. No shower curtain or door so it floods the whole cubicle and consequently the room when you step out into the hotel room! The joins were starting to rust. Breakfast definitely not with the 6 euros.
Cons: Unfortunatelly the staff doesn't speak English and has no orientation in the city.
Pros: Friendly receptionist
Cons: Smelly bathroom Dirty towels
Pros: Air con in rooms was fantastic
Cons: The smell of cigarette smoke in one of the rooms. When I was going down to ask about getting another room I met one of the staff who was on her way up to our room with some air freshener so they must have known about the problem before we arrived. Hotel was full so couldn't offer us another room. Air freshener masked the smell for a while but really this should have been dealt with sooner.
Cons: The staff must start to spoke English because only with French is difficult to comunicate
Cons: The lock to our room didn't work so the staff had to let us in every time we left the room. The shower drain was very slow so it flooded the campervan-style bathroom with two inches of water. The showerhead was about to explode and sprayed water all over the place. There was no outlet near our bed. The toilet only flushed on occasion. And finally, I know it's a budget place but who built a three-story hotel without an elevator?!?!