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Pézenas

Pézenas is a small town of about 9,000 inhabitants, located between Béziers and Montpellier, 20 minutes from the Mediterranean Sea.

Its pedestrianized historical center, well preserved, and its picturesque alleys make it a must visit in the Hérault. You will find year-round craftsmen, antique dealers, festivals and animations.

Close to the vineyard, it is also a starting point to discover the wines of Languedoc: terroir of Pézenas, Picpoul de Pinet, Faugères and Vin de pays.

Specialties: the berlingots of Pézenas, the artisanal pies of Pézenas. Many restaurants, snacks, glaciers, bakeries, pastries in the city center.

The town is also reputed for its antique and bric-a-brac shops.

Bouzigues - Etang de Thau

A centre for oyster and mussel production as far back as the Greeks – the earliest fishers here lived in troglodyte caves along the shore – Bouzigues is one of the towns on the northern shores of the Etang de Thau in Languedoc Rousssillon (across from Sete, which can be seen in the distance across the water).

sète

Sete is a large, cosmopolitan town between the Etang de Thau and the Mediterranean, referred to by the locals as the Venice of Languedoc. It is the largest fishing port of the French Mediterranean coast.

Montpellier

A nice, clean, attractive city, there are several interesting tourist attractions to visit in Montpellier. There are numerous fountains, gardens, buildings and monuments to discover as you explore – many not in themselves especially important, but each contributing to the appeal of the city as a whole.

Lac de Salagou

The Lac du Salagou is a large lake near to Clermont l’Herault in the Herault department of Languedoc Roussillon. Well known in the area for the vivid colours of the lake and its surroundings it is very popular for various water sports, walking and cycling.

Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert

Set in the Gellone Valley, it is in a beautiful and remote location, surrounded by the wild and rugged countryside of the Herault Gorges, with steep slopes and cliffs poised high over the village.

Canal du Midi

The Canal du Midi is a canal in the south of France that connects the Garonne river (and therefore the Atlantic) with the Etang de Thau (and the Mediterranean).

 

Also known as the Canal des Deux Mers (because it joins the two oceans), the Canal du Midi runs for 240km from the city of Toulouse down to Sete, on the Mediterranean.

Cap d'Adge

The Cap d’Agde is a very popular seaside resort, in part known for its extensive naturist beaches, and there are several small villages of interest around the edges of the Etang de Thau.

The Canal du Midi also passes close to Agde and is very popular with walkers and those who enjoy boating holidays.

 

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LA MAISON

9 Avenue de la GARE
34120 TOURBES
+33 4 67 98 86 95

L'ENTRE  POTS

8 Avenue Louis Montagne
34120 Pézenas
+33 4 67 90 00 00

AU SOLEIL DE THAU

11 chemin de l'Étang
34140 Mèze
Tél. : 09 66 80 41 13

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LE  SAINT  ROCH

6 rue Alfred Sabatier
34120 Pézenas
+33 4 67 35 05 07

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LA  MAISON  CONTI

27 rue Conti
34120 Pézenas
+33 4 99 41 11 12

LE  PRE  SAINT JEAN

18, Avenue du Maréchal Leclerc
34120 Pézenas
+33 4 67 98 15 31

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LE  PLAN  B

5 rue de la Republique
11430 Gruissan
+33 4 68 49 14 26

Place de l'Eglise  2
F-34120 TOURBES

2  Place de l'Eglise
F-34120 TOURBES

Copyright © 2020-2021        No2  LA PLACE  All rights reserved  

Copyright © 2020-2021        No2  LA PLACE  All rights reserved  

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PRIVACY

Introduction

LA PLACE, charming Guesthouse, located in F-34120 Tourbes, is engaged in a continuous process of compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of April 27, 2016. With this new regulation LA PLACE strengthens its policy of protection of personal data so that the data of our users are collected and used in a transparent, confidential and secure way.

Privacy Policy from May 25, 2019
Our Privacy Policy describes how LA PLACE processes the personal data of visitors and users while browsing our site  laplace.house . The Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Terms of Use of the Site. LA PLACE constantly pays attention to the data of our Users. We may modify, supplement or update the Privacy Policy. We invite you to regularly check the latest version in force, available on our Site. If major changes are made, we will notify you by email. If you continue to use our Services after posting or sending notice of changes to the Privacy Policy, this means that you accept the updates.
What personal data are collected and for what purpose
LA PLACE uses the information collected or transmitted for:
  • allow you to discover our charming ecological guesthouse and make holiday bookings (online or by contacting us directly)
  • offer you a subscription to our services
  • give you information about our region and our department and what to discover, as well as blog articles about activities in our region or at LA PLACE
  • notify you of changes on our Website or in our charming guest house
Personal data:

In general, you are not required to provide us with your personal data when you visit our website  laplace.house . However, this principle has certain exceptions: for certain services offered by our site, you may be required to provide us with certain data such as: your name, surname, address, email address, and phone number. This is the case when you make a reservation or fill out one of the forms that are available online, in the “contact”, “booking” or “a question”.

Contact forms, reservation, information 
The information collected on the site in the forms are recorded by LA PLACE in a computerized file to manage bookings, billing and the sending our news. In any case, you may refuse to provide your personal data. In this case, you will not be able to use the site’s services, such as requesting information about our availability, booking online, or receiving newsletters.
Cookies

Definition of “cookie” and its use. A “cookie” is a text file deposited on your computer when visiting our platform. In your computer, cookies are managed by your internet browser.

See our link at top of page 

We use cookies to ensure you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use it, we will consider that you accept the use of cookies.

The lifetime of a cookie is two days, that of a screen option cookie is one year. If you check “remember me”, your cookie will be kept for two weeks.

Hypertext links

Our site laplace.house  may contain links to other Internet sites or other resources available on the Internet. LA PLACE has no means to control the sites in connection with its websites, does not answer for the availability of such sites and external sources, nor does guarantee it. LA PLACE can not be held responsible for any damage of any nature whatsoever resulting from the content of these sites or external sources, including information, products or services they offer, or any use that may be made of these elements. The risks associated with this use are the full responsibility of the user, who must comply with their conditions of use.

Subscribers and visitors to the site  can not set up a hyperlink to this site without the express prior permission of LA PLACE.

Embedded content from other sites

Articles on this site may include embedded content (eg videos, images, articles …). Content embedded from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor were to that other site.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed third-party tracking tools, track your interactions with these embedded content if you have a connected account on their website. Statistics and audience measurements

We may automatically collect certain information about you during a simple navigation on our website, including: information about the use of our site, such as the areas you visit and the services you access, your IP address, the type of your browser, your access times. In any case LA PLACE only collects personal information about the user for the need of certain services offered by the site  

Such information is used exclusively for internal statistics purposes, so as to improve the quality of the services offered to you. The databases are protected by the provisions of the Act of 1st July 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.

Use and transmission of your personal data

The data is only available to the owners of  LA PLACE. No personal information is disclosed to third parties.

Storage times of your data
The information collected on the contact and reservation forms is kept for 3 years from the last contact (except for data that has a longer legal retention period, such as those used for billing purposes). The data used for your subscription is not retained beyond your subscription.

Management and removal of collected data

LA PLACE lets you choose and manage your personal information, you can unsubscribe from our newsletter or any other service at any time. Browsers offer in their help section the ability to manage or block cookies, in whole or in part.

The rights you have on your data
You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you (article 34 of the “Informatique et Libertés” law). To exercise this right, please contact us at the following address: hello(at)laplace.house This does not take into account data stored for administrative, legal or security purposes.
How we protect your data
LA PLACE has put in place measures to ensure the security of your personal data in case of accidental loss and unauthorized access, use, modification and disclosure. All information that you transmit to us is stored directly on secure servers, at our hosting service infomaniak.com . The payment of the online deposit when booking online on our Website is via  Stripe on a secure platform (we have no access to your bank details).
In any case only the French translation and the French law apply.
Introduction

LA PLACE, charming Guesthouse, located in F-34120 Tourbes, is engaged in a continuous process of compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of April 27, 2016. With this new regulation LA PLACE strengthens its policy of protection of personal data so that the data of our users are collected and used in a transparent, confidential and secure way.

Privacy Policy from May 25, 2019
Our Privacy Policy describes how LA PLACE processes the personal data of visitors and users while browsing our site  laplace.house . The Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Terms of Use of the Site. LA PLACE constantly pays attention to the data of our Users. We may modify, supplement or update the Privacy Policy. We invite you to regularly check the latest version in force, available on our Site. If major changes are made, we will notify you by email. If you continue to use our Services after posting or sending notice of changes to the Privacy Policy, this means that you accept the updates.
What personal data are collected and for what purpose
LA PLACE uses the information collected or transmitted for:
  • allow you to discover our charming ecological guesthouse and make holiday bookings (online or by contacting us directly)
  • offer you a subscription to our services
  • give you information about our region and our department and what to discover, as well as blog articles about activities in our region or at LA PLACE
  • notify you of changes on our Website or in our charming guest house
Personal data:

In general, you are not required to provide us with your personal data when you visit our website  laplace.house . However, this principle has certain exceptions: for certain services offered by our site, you may be required to provide us with certain data such as: your name, surname, address, email address, and phone number. This is the case when you make a reservation or fill out one of the forms that are available online, in the “contact”, “booking” or “a question”.

Contact forms, reservation, information 
The information collected on the site in the forms are recorded by LA PLACE in a computerized file to manage bookings, billing and the sending our news. In any case, you may refuse to provide your personal data. In this case, you will not be able to use the site’s services, such as requesting information about our availability, booking online, or receiving newsletters.
Cookies

Definition of “cookie” and its use. A “cookie” is a text file deposited on your computer when visiting our platform. In your computer, cookies are managed by your internet browser.

See our link at top of page 

We use cookies to ensure you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use it, we will consider that you accept the use of cookies.

The lifetime of a cookie is two days, that of a screen option cookie is one year. If you check “remember me”, your cookie will be kept for two weeks.

Hypertext links

Our site laplace.house  may contain links to other Internet sites or other resources available on the Internet. LA PLACE has no means to control the sites in connection with its websites, does not answer for the availability of such sites and external sources, nor does guarantee it. LA PLACE can not be held responsible for any damage of any nature whatsoever resulting from the content of these sites or external sources, including information, products or services they offer, or any use that may be made of these elements. The risks associated with this use are the full responsibility of the user, who must comply with their conditions of use.

Subscribers and visitors to the site  can not set up a hyperlink to this site without the express prior permission of LA PLACE.

Embedded content from other sites

Articles on this site may include embedded content (eg videos, images, articles …). Content embedded from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor were to that other site.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed third-party tracking tools, track your interactions with these embedded content if you have a connected account on their website. Statistics and audience measurements

We may automatically collect certain information about you during a simple navigation on our website, including: information about the use of our site, such as the areas you visit and the services you access, your IP address, the type of your browser, your access times. In any case LA PLACE only collects personal information about the user for the need of certain services offered by the site  

Such information is used exclusively for internal statistics purposes, so as to improve the quality of the services offered to you. The databases are protected by the provisions of the Act of 1st July 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.

Use and transmission of your personal data

The data is only available to the owners of  LA PLACE. No personal information is disclosed to third parties.

Storage times of your data
The information collected on the contact and reservation forms is kept for 3 years from the last contact (except for data that has a longer legal retention period, such as those used for billing purposes). The data used for your subscription is not retained beyond your subscription.

Management and removal of collected data

LA PLACE lets you choose and manage your personal information, you can unsubscribe from our newsletter or any other service at any time. Browsers offer in their help section the ability to manage or block cookies, in whole or in part.

The rights you have on your data
You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you (article 34 of the “Informatique et Libertés” law). To exercise this right, please contact us at the following address: hello(at)laplace.house This does not take into account data stored for administrative, legal or security purposes.
How we protect your data
LA PLACE has put in place measures to ensure the security of your personal data in case of accidental loss and unauthorized access, use, modification and disclosure. All information that you transmit to us is stored directly on secure servers, at our hosting service infomaniak.com . The payment of the online deposit when booking online on our Website is via  Stripe on a secure platform (we have no access to your bank details).
In any case only the French translation and the French law apply.

Copyright © 2021        No2  LA PLACE Guesthouse  

sanitary  protocol

sanitary  protocol

In these challenging times the comfort, health and safety are the primary concern.

Thus, in consultation with local authorithies, LA PLACE has adapted to welcome its guests in the best conditions.

LA PLACE strictly apply the barrier gestures within the house and respecting the physical distance.

When necessary, hydroalcoholic product and masks are available during the stay.

1. BREAKFAST – DINNER ORGANISATION

  • Separate tables and/or different times per room.
  • Ready served plates.
  • Disinfection of all shared surfaces.
  • Dish-washing at 60°.
  • Thorough hand washing (and/or use of disposable gloves).
  • Wear a face mask.
  • Use of disinfectant cleaning products and steam cleaner.
  • Use of clean clothes for each operation, each room.


2. PROTOCOL FOR CLEANING

  • Cleaning in the rooms and common areas is done with disinfectant products and as follows.
  • Windows open for ventilation of the premises for at least one hour.
  • Hand cleaning and wearing gloves.
  • Wear a protective mask.
  • Before any cleaning, removal of sheets, pillowcases , under pillowcases, draw sheets and towels for washing at 60°.
  • Cleaning of surfaces from highest to lowest.
  • Disinfection of all contact surfaces (handles, taps, etc.)
  • Floor washing.
  • Wash the rags used at 60°.
Copyright © 2021        No2  LA PLACE  Guesthouse  

Our la place guest house
is temporarily closed !

DUE TO THE CURRENT SANITARY SITUATION.
We have sadly decided to make
LA PLACE Guest House
inoperative until further notice.

Thank you for your understanding.
We look forward to hosting you in a near future !

Kindest regards

Thank you for contacting us

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COOKIE CONTROL
Browsers and Devices

The good news is that you aren’t entirely at the mercy of the good or bad intentions of web developers. You can be proactive and manage the cookie policy of the browsers you use. By taking the time to establish a cookie policy you can limit your exposure to some of the risks inherent to using the web.

Establishing a Browser Cookie Control Policy

Every major browser makes it pretty easy to manage cookies. However, the process does vary from one browser to the next. Let’s take a look at how you can manage cookie policy in the desktop versions of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer.

Chrome

Open the settings menu and use the Search settings field to search for “cookies.” This will return the Privacy settings. You can also find this section by scrolling to the bottom of the settings menu, selecting Show advanced settings, and locating the Privacy section.

From the Privacy settings, select the Content settings option. By default, all first and third-party cookies are accepted — a setting which Chrome refers to as Allow local data to be set (recommended). If you aren’t happy with this policy, alternatives include:

  • Keep local data only until you quit your browser: Select this option to accept cookies but the delete them when you exit the browser.
  • Block sites from setting any data: Select this option to completely disable all cookies.
  • Block third-party cookies and site data: If you don’t want to allow third-party cookies, select this checkbox.
  • Manage exceptions: Press this button to manage the list of sites that operate with a site-specific cookie policy.
Firefox

To manage cookies in Firefox open the browser menu, select Options, and then select the Privacytab. In the History section, select the drop-down menu item to Use custom settings for history, and then select from the following options:

  • Deselect the default option to Accept cookies from sites to completely disable cookies.
  • From the Accept third-party cookies drop-down menu you can choose to accept all third-party cookies, only those from sites you’ve visited previously, or block third-party cookies entirely.
  • Select the Exceptions button to manage a list of websites with a cookie policy different from the browser policy.
  • From the Keep until drop-down menu, opt to keep cookies until they expire or delete them when Firefox is closed.
Edge

Managing cookies in Microsoft’s newest browser is pretty straightforward. First, open the browser settings menu. Scroll to the bottom and click on View advanced settings. Scroll to the bottom again and you’ll find a Cookies drop-down menu. There are three self-explanatory options available in this menu:

  • Don’t block cookies (selected by default)
  • Block all cookies
  • Block only third-party cookies.

Notably absent from this menu is any way to delete cookies each time the browser is closed.

However, you can make that happen by going back to the primary settings menu (click the « button at the top of the Advanced Settings menu).

Next, select the Choose what to clear button below Clear browsing data. Select just the Cookies and saved website data option, and then select the toggle to Always clear this when I close the browser.

Internet Explorer

Managing cookies in IE 9, IE 10, and IE 11 is handled in the same way.

First, open the Internet Options menu. Next, select the Privacy tab. From the Privacy tab, select the Advanced button. From the next menu you can establish a policy for both first-party and third-party cookies. In addition, you can select a checkbox to override the cookie policy and Always allow session cookies.

If you would also like to delete all cookies every time you close Internet Explorer, go back to the General tab and select the checkbox to Delete browsing history on exit. Finally, select the Applybutton at the bottom of the Internet Options menu to save and apply your changes.

Managing Cookies on Your Mobile Device

Managing cookies on mobile devices can vary from the process of managing cookies in a desktop browser.

This is primarily because most mobile operating systems include a native browser. In addition, mobile browsers may not offer all of the same options as their desktop siblings, and this can further complicate matters.

Let’s take a look at managing cookies on iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices.

Apple iOS

If you use Safari on iOS, you can manage cookie policy by opening the Settings app, scrolling down and selecting Safari, and then scrolling down until you see the Block cookies option. The Block cookies menu will display four options:

  • Always block
  • Allow from Current Website Only (first-party cookies)
  • Allow from Websites I Visit (default option, allows limited third-party cookies)
  • Always Allow.

If you don’t use Safari on your iPhone, there’s a good chance you use Chrome instead. Chrome on iOS makes it possible to delete cookies but not to manage cookie policy.

To delete cookies open the Chrome menu and select Settings. Scroll down and select Privacy. Scroll down again and select Clear Browsing Data. Select the types of data you want to delete, making sure to select Cookies, Site Data, and then select the option to Clear Browsing Data.

Another option for Chrome users on iOS is to browse using an incognito tab, and make sure to close the tab prior to closing the browser. That way, no cookies will ever be stored beyond the current browsing session.

Andriod

Many Android devices ships with a built-in browser. Unfortunately, these browsers vary from one manufacturer and phone model to the next. As a result, managing cookies in these browsers varies considerably. However, in general, what you need to do is open the browser, find the settings menu, and locate the privacy settings.

Things are a little more straightforward for users of Chrome on Android. To manage cookie policy, open the browser, find the menu, and select Settings. Navigate to Site Settings and select Cookies. From this menu you can toggle cookie acceptance on or off, decide whether or not to Allow third-party cookies, and manage a list of websites excluded from the cookie policy.

Blackberry

Some of the latest Blackberry devices are powered by Android. As a result, managing cookies in those devices will fall under the Android section above. However, a few Blackberry devices do run Blackberry 10. To manage cookie policy for the built-in Blackberry 10 browser follow these steps:

  • Launch the browser and open the browser menu.
  • Select Settings and then Privacy and Security.
  • From this menu you can toggle cookie acceptance on and off, manage a list of website exceptions, and clear all cookies.