Located near an old oak overlooking the campsite in the orchard, the chalet can accommodate 4 people plus a baby. Built entirely with natural materials like wood and clay it offers big comfort. This "Little House on the Prairie" and the beauty of allentours, will allow you and your family to enjoy a truly exotic vacation.
The cottage consists of two rooms; separated by a partition. The cozy kitchen is made of natural materials like wood and steel. The kitchen has a stove, fridge and freezer, washing machine and coffee maker. By a small staircase you come out on the mezzanine with a double bed. Under the mezzanine are two beds. Inside the cottage is no toilet and shower. But next to the house you have access to private facilities: a shower, compost toilet and a sink. Outside is a covered terrace where you can enjoy the beautiful starry sky until late in the evening.
Terrace in front of the gite, you can use bbq, reclining chairs, toys and bikes for the children. The property is 2.5 acres, there is a natural swimming pool and lots of space to walk and play. There are more gites, and several tents for rent on a small campsite. There are 6 pony's a horse, a lovely dog, 6 cats and chickens.
Interaction with guests
We also live at Brenazet and can give you all the information about the area. Meet up with the other guests, eat with us for dinner, join yoga classes or go on a canoe trip with Ron. Children can brush the pony's and have a ride.
Other things to note
* Breakfast 7€50 pp
* Dinner, please ask us 24h in advance
* Bedlinnen included, please bring towels
* Compost toilet and shower outside the chalet
* no smoking in the gîte
* animals are welcome
From Jul 7 - Aug 24, 2018 the minimum stay is 7 nights.
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Ron and Mariken will welcome you on their beautifull French farm in the middle of France. Ron is a real handy man and makes everything at Brénazet with his own hands. Ron loves canoeing and mountainbiking. Mariken loves coocking and gardening and taking care of the poneys and the horse. She does vipassana meditation and is a yogateacher: " We both love nature and we enjoy the calm and peacefull life at the French countryside. We still like travelling but are not going away from the farm that often anymore. Meeting our guests is also a form of traveling, we love to meet new people and to welcome them in our little paradise in the heart of France"