|Stone Farmhouse||Self Catering||Saturday||4||8||2||+ baby|
Highly recommended, this fully equipped renovated farmhouse with beautiful gardens in a rural setting with open views.
One mile from riverside medieval market town of La Reole and the beautiful Atlantic beaches just 1½ hrs drive away, and within 30 minutes of the Dordogne River and St-Emilion.
You can walk, cycle, fish, horse ride, play tennis and golf locally.
Plus games, toys, bicycles ,table tennis and a swing and slide on site.
The accommodation comprises of a spacious comfortable lounge with satellite tv, a roomy kitchen with dining area and open fire on the ground floor. There is also a large shower room, wc, large double bedroom with access to shower room and wc along with access to the garden.
On the first floor is 1 large double bedroom, a large twin room with 2 single beds, and a large double family room, with an extra single bed plus a shower and separate wc.
Outside is a large, fully fenced, secure swimming pool plus a terrace with sunbeds, parasols, and bbq.
Linen is provided and there is gas central heating.
Please see our website for more photos of the house and surrounding area.
Fully equipped with a cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher.
Large dining area.
Large living room.
Flat screen T.V.
Sky tv.(English) dvd/cd player.
Seating for 8 people.
Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, comprising of 1 large family room with double bed & extra single bed & en suite shower.
1 twin bedded room(2 single beds)
Large double room(double bed)
Downstairs large double bedroom with access to the garden & shower room.
All bedding & Linen is provided at no extra cost.
Downstairs is a large shower room and separate wc.
Upstairs is a shower room and separate wc.
Gas central heating
Large fully fenced secure swimming pool with sunbeds,tables & large parasol.
Pool house with table football,fridgefreezer,music centre(with Bluetooth),table & chairs.
Large terrace at the front of the house,with large table & chairs.
Very large private garden.
Parking spaces in the garden.
Walking distance from nearest town.
My husband and me always took our holidays in this area we enjoyed it so much we decided to up sticks and move here!
|Year property purchased||2002|
|Why this location?||This is a riversided Medieval market town within reach of Bordeaux and Agen and not too far from the most beautiful West coast of France.
We are situated within walking distance of the Garonne River and the Canal Lateral.
The area is steeped in history with its many ancient towns including St Emilion.
We are also surrounded by rolling countryside and bountiful vinyards.
|Unique benefits of property||We are situated on a very quiet tiny road,there are maize fields to the front of the property and a wood to the rear!
You can explore the area on one of our many bicycles,we have all sizes available to choose from free of charge!
After spending the day by the pool you can relax next to the tastefully lit pool for a glass or two of wine in the evening
The beautiful Atlantic coast is a must, including the chic town and promenade of Arcachon the magnificent Pyla Dune and miles of golden sanded unspoilt beaches.
There are excellent cycling roads with very few cars and a brillant new cycle way all along the nearby Canal Lateral with village bars and cafes to rest at on the way. You can take a trip on the canal on a leisure boat or even hire your own boat for the day.
The local marina of Fontet makes a lovely day out especially if you have children; there is a shaded park and pinic area stacked with climbing frames swings and slides etc and a small guarded bathing lake, beach and cafe-bar where you can enjoy ice cream and snacks.
The local town of La Reole is steeped in history. Its over 1000 years old. You can follow the historic guide through its streets and buildings including the oldest town hall in France built to the order of Richard the Lionheart. La Reole holds its market every Saturday on the quayside of the River Garonne. There are plenty of bars and cafes to sit outside and a good selection of restaurants all within walking distance of the farmhouse.
The historic wine capital of St Emilion is definitely worth a visit with its medieval catacombs and underground church. There are plenty of restaurants to eat in, gift shops to browse around and not forgetting plenty of vineyards
There are numerous châteaux, interesting medieval markets and cathedral towns.