Two guest houses of great charm and comfort

Together, these two large houses in local stone can be used to house twenty six guests. Many prolific grandparents have brought together their large families! Espalier pear trees decorate the courtyard facades of the two houses, while on the garden side ground ivy and Virginia creeper climb the walls. An old linden tree decorates the courtyard on the side open to the vast landscape.

These two guest houses not only have their level of comfort in common. Both were renovated by Alain and decorated by Marie-Christine as if they themselves were going to live there. Both are artists and they have taken great care in the choice of paint and fabric, wallpaper and materials. Furnishings and paintings distill coherence and harmony. Many books abound. In the winter, a wood-burning fireplace awaits you. There are perfectly dried logs under a long lean-to made of larch and cedar shingles. In the summer, you cross an organic flower and vegetable garden to access the swimming pool.

Each guest house has its own garden and parking lots surrounded by hedges that hide the cars from view. Children will find a sandbox and swings, a ping pong table and a petanque area.

A crib is available upon request. The communications technology is modern and complete with a wireless internet connection.

  

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