À propos de ce logement
Large, elegant 19th century farmhouse, set in a fabulous imposing courtyard and own land. A much loved second home. Light, spacious rooms. Short walk across park to village with boulangerie and restaurant.
This is a much loved second home, `shabby chic' in style, comfortable and well -equipped. Very spacious and light rooms, with large shuttered windows; full central heating ( mainly cast iron radiators), open fires, wood stove. Furnished and equipped as a home. The 4 bedrooms are all large; the two bathrooms are new; carpeted upstairs; traditional tiled floors downstairs. The kitchen is immense with its own walled courtyard with outside table and chairs; huge kitchen table and efficient wood stove; an adjoining sitting/ dining room with open fire; a large and light drawing room with open fire. At the back of the house is a scullery and cloakroom area with laundry. There is no shortage of storage space. Despite its size, this house is very well heated, with central heating on continuously during winter stays. There is a large garden ( with swings, trampoline and inflatable 12' pool- on request), and adjoining paddocks. There is a large outside dining table with chairs. There is stabling and grazing available for your own horses (by special arrangement) . The house is completely private with no overlooking properties, yet easy walking distance to the village, through a charming conservation park with a fishing lake, for your morning bread and croissants.
Please note that during low season, Jan to March, I offer a 3 week rental price of £450 per 3 weeks. This price does not include bills. Any guest staying during this time will need to pay for their bills in addition to the rental fee. If you wish to book this option please request the booking and we can discuss further.
Accès des voyageurs
The entire house; courtyard, and garden. Completely private but near to village.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will not be resident in France during your stay but available by phone and can access all trades if any problems during your stay.
The house is situated at the end of a no -through lane; outside the entrance gates you can set off along a pathway on foot, bicycle or horse to explore the surrounding countryside. The village has a boulangerie with grocery and restaurant where many musical events are held. Nearby there is the ancient presbytery and `eco-museum' of St Gauburge, which hosts community rural events throughout the year. The beautiful `Manoir de la Lubinere' is our nearest neighbour and can be seen from the garden.
Please make yourselves at home, but respect furnishings and everything that is provided in and outside the house. The house must be left in as clean and tidy a condition as you find it. Deductions from security deposit will be made for excessive cleaning costs; breakages; stains or damage on/to carpets, furnishings or furniture(URL HIDDEN)Please do not go into the outbuildings in the courtyard as they are unsafe. There are condiments and other food items in the house- please replace if you use them. Please read the red folder as it contains important information about the house; keys; departure arrangements and locality. Additional wood can be purchased at 3 euros a bag from the open hanger. Please do not touch the central heating boiler, or the thermostat. Please keep dogs downstairs and off the furniture; please clean up after dogs and do not let them foul in the courtyard or garden.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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