In the neigbouring village of Olonzac you will find the necessary shops to meet your daily needs.
The chateau itself consists of two autonomous apartments, each with 2 bedrooms (4 persons + possibly a child or extra adult by mutual agreement) and 2 studios (2 persons), converted into self-catering ‘gites’ for holiday rentals. All apartments and studios received 4 stars of the Bureau of Herault-tourism. The apartments and studios have been modernized with respect for the Original elements such as preservation of the authentic floors, walls and fireplaces. You will find all contemporary facilities such as wifi, internet, flat screen satellite, DVD player, CD player.
The kitchens are provided with the necessary comfort both in the apartments and the studios (dishwasher, fridge with freezer, coffee maker, toaster, kitchen utensils, microwave oven, gas cooker with oven in the apartments and a two-burner electric stove in the studios. All apartments are equipped with fans, both studios have airco.
The bathrooms all have a sink, a shower and a hairdryer. In the apartments there is a separate toilet room, in the studios the toilet is in the bathroom. Bath towels, tea towels and sheets are provided by the host and hostess. Sheets and towels are changed at your request (1 time per week for the sheets).
On the ground floor there is a technical room where a washing machine is available for shared use. There are also 2 bicycles at your disposal.
There is an idyllic courtyard with a small swimming pool. Via the central corridor of Château Marcel one arrives at the south terrace.
Rene and Conny Withofs, a multilingual Belgian couple, realized their dream with the purchase of Château Marcel in 2018.
‘We are happy to assist you if you have any questions about the possibilities the area has to offer, the offer of local restaurants or when planning your walking, cycling or car trip. Of course you can always contact us with any practical questions concerning the accommodation. We wish you a relaxing stay in this magical region where mountains and sea meet each other.’