The House on the Square

The 18th century house is tucked in the corner of the main square, with a front balcony and a pretty terrace and garden to the rear.

St Guilhem le Désert is an exquisite medieval village in one of the most beautiful areas of the Languedoc Roussillon region in southern France.


View from the house's front balconies, with cafe tables, markets and the largest plane tree in France

This beautiful three storey house has accommodation for six people and is set amidst stunning scenery and walks, with great local swimming and canoeing in the river Hérault which runs through the village.

St Guilhem is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is just 50' from the Mediterranean coast and 40' from the vibrant city of Montpellier.

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