In the heart of Nîmes, the Villa Meridia combines the comfort of the town with the calm of a secluded garden. An elegant mansion dating from 1912 it was the family home of a dynasty of local hosiery manufacturers, entirely restored and furnished with care for the utmost comfort and a warm atmosphere.
For Jonathan, to stay in a guest house is a desire to relate and exchange share and feel completely at home. After a day discovering this magnificent region, culturally and naturally rich,you may relax in in the city garden,on the terrass, or cool off in the pool.
The Villa Meridia offers 3 suites and one luxury room,all comfortable, calm and light. You may choose to stay in a classic 1900’s ambiance or in the modern comfort of the masters of design.
|Number of rooms||4|
|Maximum number of persons||14|
|Outside||Garden and pool|
|Private parking||Yes (only on request : 10€/night)|
The "Wow" effect of Villa Meridia
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Jonathan, propriétaire de la Villa Meridia
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Jardins de la Fontaine
Temple de Diana
Pont du Gard
Nîmes Vacquerolles Golf
The Gardon Gorges
Jardins de la FontaineDecorated with vases and statues, the Jardins de la Fontaine count as one of the major public gardens in Europe. They were laid out in the eighteenth century on the site of the ancient spring, an area that includes the Tour Magne and the Temple of Diana.
Tour MagneVisible from a distance, it indicated the presence of the city and of the Imperial temple located…
Temple de DianaIts precise function is not known but it is the most romantic and also the most enigmatic monument in Nîmes—doubtless linked with the imperial sanctuary.
Pont du GardThe most visited ancient monument in France, listed a world heritage site by Unesco, the Pont du Gard aqueduct remains one of humankind's great masterpieces. A marvel of Antiquity and a true technical feat, it is also a stupendous site that has regained its unspoiled state since its refurbishment.Pont du Gard
Nîmes Vacquerolles GolfAn ideal place to enjoy a round of golf and discover the typical gastronomy and wines of south of France.
The Gardon GorgesThe Gardon Gorges are particularly attractive, with a true delight being – dependent on your chosen itinerary – the possibility of rowing under the arches of the Pont du Gard.
UzèsBetween Alès, Nimes and Avignon, the discreet but oh so elegant town of Uzes has preserved in its centre much evidence of its rich past. Encircled by the Boulevard Gambetta, the Medieval town is a maze of small streets and shaded squares lined with 17th and 18th century private mansions. Horse lovers might want to visit the National Stud Farm of Uzès and lovers of sweets could head to the HARIBO candy museum.Uzès
ArlesIn Arles, you'll discover remarkable monuments builded during Antiquity, as the antique theatre, arena or Roman circus.