Pretty and spacious 3 story 500 year old medieval village house with lovely open view. Charming and authentic, Blueshutters Beaufort opens onto the square with a countryside view of the vineyards in the distance. Exposed beams and terracotta tiles, niches tucked in the
We bought the house as an escape and as a home from home - which after much effort it now truly is The house is perfectly situated close to airports and is surrounded by lots of amazing restaurants. We would be more than willing to share our favourites with you. The win
On arrival in Oupia we made our way through the winding roads of the villiage and was bowled over by the tranquility of the athmosphere. We began to unwind and relax almost immediatly after the shor… More
“An amazing house in a fabulous location.”
Reviewed 23 Jan 2013
We visited Victorines in October 2011. Our first impression of the house when we arrived was truly amazing. It really is a home from home.
The house can accommodate large family groups but also the h… More
“The perfect place for families and large groups”
Reviewed 16 Jan 2013
Victorines is simply stunning, situated in the beautiful French village of Oupia. We travelled with parents and our young children and enjoyed an idyllic holiday. The house itself is stunning with man… More
The Ivy house is a perfect holiday base for families, providing a tranquil village setting, accompanied by great local dining. Activities are plentiful, canoeing , walking, boating on canal du midi, windsurfing on local lake and mountain biking. Less than 30 mins to the
One of the best features of Villa Emeraude is the fantastic view it has from the edge of Oupia towards the village of Beaufort, with its majestic 'chateau-fort', and beyond to the Black Mountains (Montagne Noire). It's really a dream view!
“The perfect retreat for a special family occasion”
Reviewed 22 Jun 2015
What a stunning villa. The only problem is that it has spoilt us for anywhere else in France! The overall accommodation provides comfort and privacy to a very high standard and suited us perfectly. We… More
We call this house the tardis because from the outside it looks like a normal, French terraced house or 'maison du village'. Only once you get inside does it unfold into huge, beautiful, pannelled rooms with carved marble fireplaces (7 in total), glass ceiling