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The Domain

Our Domaine lies in the middle of the vineyards, 25 minutes from mountains and the sea. The building dates back from the beginning of the nineteenth century. In the course of the time it has had many additions and owners and since the beginning of 2008 we have been the proud owners.


The original house was owned by the wine farmer - 'Maison the Vigneron' -, and with the stables and the house of the `Regisseur' (the man who ensures control concerning the vintage) has been transformed to five gîtes, where the original character as much as possible has been preserved. Added to this the modern comforts you would expect and we offer you the chance to stay in contemporary comfort.

Table d'hôtes

In the high season we offer a number of days per week when evening meals are provided either inside or as an 'Al fresco' delight in the grounds. A childrens menu is available and they even have their own table so you can enjoy the many wines of the region. Menus are posted every morning so you can join us or explore the restaurants and cafes of the area. Because of fire hazard it's forbidden by law to barbecue during the high season. 


Fresh bread - every morning
It's just a small gesture, but we love to do so and our guests appreciate it. French bread and croissants will already be delivered at your doorstep when you wake up. It's so good and easy! 


Heated swimming pool 

Around our heated swimming pool we have sunloungers for all and parasols. Ice creams, drinks and snacks are available at the `Poolhouse'. Due to the wonderful climate you can swim from 09:30 AM up to 19:30 PM. For the smaller children we have separate paddeling pools available.


The village around the corner
Domaine St Pierre is located 2 km from the village of Servian, the `village around the corner'. This pretty 'wine' village has medieval streets all surrounding the church. There are a number of local shops, including a pharmacy, general practitioner, supermarket and of course cafés. On Tuesday and Thursday there is a local market selling fresh produce and you can soak up the atmosphere or just watch the world go by from a typical French café.

Wine in abundance 
Languedoc is an old and important wine region. Some big companies produce a lot of wine but there are also a number of small producers who make excellent wines. Many of those can be found nearby. You can taste and talk about the different wines they offer. We can give you tips on where to find the best.

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