Agréable petite maison de 70m2 rénovée avec goût. Disposant de 2 salles d'eau et 2 wc, un situé à l'étage et un au rdc Cuisine aménagée et équipée Petit salon au rdc ainsi qu'une grande chambre à l'étage composée d'un lit 140 et d'un lit gigogne 2x90. Lits fait à votre arrivée. Linge de toilette fourni. Rangements à votre disposition.
“Despite a last minute booking, Delphine welcomed us with a lot of kindness and small attentions! The little house is super well renovated, super clean and super well equipped (2 bathrooms happiness !!) Thank you so much ! We were there for our daughter's wedding not far away. And what a joy to be welcomed so! Address to remember. We will come back with pleasure.”
Sleeping four, No2 is a gorgeous mixture of exposed stone, original beams and modern open plan living with large windows giving maximum light. Recently converted from a stone barn, which is attached to the cottage next door, it was built around 1880 and retains many original features along side modern facilities and good insulation. In the heat of the Charentaise summer the interior of the house provides cool relief due to the 60cm thick solid stone walls and double glazing.
“Everything was great. The location of the house, the cleanliness as well as the delicate attentions of the host. The house is very charming and quiet, a real treat. A large play area for children with trampoline and swings. The possibility to park right next to the house.”
A charming two bedroom Charentaise house set in a peaceful, rural, secluded hamlet. Each bedroom has an en-suite shower room and WC. Large living space with two fireplaces and modern, fully equipped kitchen. Seasonal, shared, heated pool (open from early June to end September) Gardens with play equipment for youngsters. We live on site and are here to help when required but will leave you to your own devices and your privacy is assured.
“Didn't have much time to discuss long with John but his property surely translates who he and his wife are : a couple with passion, taste and love of old stones, bringing them back to life ... With no hesitation, come and stay in this property ...”