Our cosy cottage is sitting in a lovely rural village with a small shop and bar. It is in a great position for visiting the surrounding area which is great for cycling, walking, and sight seeing. BED LINEN AND TOWELS INCLUDED FREE AS IS WiFi.
The cottage is on three levels, going by our guests reviews - we provide just about everything needed for your stay. (but no food) We have a fold-up bed and a cot for possible extra guests. Dining seating for 5 plus a highchair &/ booster chair. There is freeview TV both French and English. A DVD player and a selection of DVD's to watch (both French & English. There is a HiFi with a selection CD's too. We have a Wood burner and the first basket of wood is provided. Due to the recent very warm weather we have installed an AC unit on the middle floor (living area) which we hope guests will really benefit from! There is seating for 5+. Washing machine,Iron, ironing board, microwave, hairdryer etc. An airer and the use of the washing line in the garden. Lots of leaflets are provided to help you plan your holiday before you leave the cottage if that is what you wish to do. The cottage is situated in a easy access position and close to small shop / bar and a lovely old church.
Ample parking to both sides of the cottage. Guests have access to the private garden which has an allocated area for guests private use. Free bikes to use if you are feeling energetic. There is a washing line available should you need it.
Other things to note
As you will have seen, we DO NOT provide breakfast.
As with most hosts we do have cottage rules. But basically ask that guests treat the cottage with respect and leave it as they find it.
If there are any problems in the cottage, guests are asked that they mention it to us during their stay to enable us to do something about it. The only other rule is that all guests must have a fantastic time! The local area has become very strict about recycling so we ask our guests to participate in the same way. There are recycling bins in the village next to the Salle de Fete. If guests need to stay after the check-out time of 11am, they will be charged €10 an hour. The time available to do this will depend on a guest arriving the same day.
We meet and greet our guests and show them around the cottage and garden. The only time we see our guests is if they need us or if they need guidance on the places to visit or maybe a little help with the language. Sometimes they just want to chat!
Apart from loving welcoming new guests, I enjoy gardening, painting, drawing, sewing and knitting. Oh and baking cakes and biscuits as my hips will tell! I look after several cottages in our area and belong to a weekly meet art group. My partner Duncan still has to work and is an electrician by trade but is a very capable handy man! Since moving to France we have been busy renovating our own house but now want to explore the rest of France with our tent!