Minervois Leisure

How to Book

You can enquire about availability online by using the form that is displayed on the Gîte's page, or by contacting the office, using the details below.

It's often helpful to give us a call on +44 (0)1926 811842 as we can help you with all the options and variations.

If you wish to book now, please provisionally reserve the Gîte on its page, or call us. To send your details after confirmation of an enquiry, you may Print a Booking Form

(You will need a PDF reader for your booking form, such as Adobe Acrobat reader, available free from here if you don't already have it.)

Once the page has opened, simply click "Print" on your browser.

Please complete the form and return to us. you may email it to , or you can post it along with a cheque, if you wish, to the address below.

Please Note:

There is no surcharge for credit or debit cards.

Payments by bank transfer or cheque can only be accepted in GB Pounds (£). Any bank transfer charges must be paid by the sender, and includes and international intermediary bank fees.

Contact Us

If you have any queries about a holiday in our Gîte, please contact us using any of the methods below.

Opening Times:

Minervois Cruisers is open:

April to October - 8:30am to 5:00pm (BST) - 7 days a week

November to March - 8:30am to 5:00pm (GMT) - Monday to Saturday

Postal Address:

Minervois Leisure
Napton Marina
CV47 8HX

Phone Number:

+44 (0)1926 811842

Contact Form:

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