This location has multiple holiday properties
|Gite 4 - Le Noyer||Self Catering||Saturday||4||9||3|
Opened in April 2017 - this 130m² gite, once a former barn has been renovated to a high standard has 4 bedrooms (2 en suite) and comes fully equipped home from home. It can sleep 10 people plus cot and is ideal for a large family, 2 families or friends sharing. It has 2 double entrance doors, 1 is south facing and the other north/west facing which gets beautiful sunsets.
The gite has environmentally friendly solar panels that provide hot water and underfloor heating. Fitted in the gite are: stairgate, ceiling fans, fire extinguisher, smoke alarms, English 3 pin electrical socket. Baby equipment is available upon request.
No set changeover day during the low and mid seasons.
Saturday is changeover in July and August.
The gite is thoroughly cleaned between lets.
There are another 3 gites in the grounds, discounts are available for renting more than one gite:
- 5% reduction for any two properties booked together;
- 7.5% reduction for any three properties booked together;
- 10% reduction when the entire site is booked for exclusive use.
Two double doors that open out onto 2 terraces, one is south facing and the other is north facing. The open plan fully equipped kitchen/dining area includes:
- Table, chairs and benches,
- An electric oven & hob,
- Dishwasher & tablets,
- Washing machine,
- Ample crockery, cutlery, glasses pots & pans etc.,
- Kettle, coffee-machine, toaster,
- BBQ with tools,
- Hair dryer,
- Clothes airer & pegs,
- Iron & ironing board,
- Mop & bucket;
- Dust pan & brush,
- Vacuum cleaner.
The living room is open plan with the kitchen/diner with ceiling fans and has comfortable seating and a bean bag, a tv, dvd player, a selection of games & books and a list of films to hire.
- Bedroom 1 - is on the ground floor and is south facing with a double bed (140 x 190cm) and a large en suite wet room. A fan is available upon request.
On the first floor:
- Bedroom 2 - is south facing with a double bed (140 x 190 cm) and en suite bath room and has a ceiling fan.
- Bedroom 3 - is south and north facing and is a large room with a king size bed (160 x 200cm) and a single bed (190 x 190), a cot if required and has a ceiling fan
- Bedroom 4 - is south facing and has bunk beds (90 x 190 cm) and 1 single bed (90 x 200cm). A fan is available upon request.
All mattresses and pillows have protectors.
All windows have black out shutters, handy for keeping the rooms cool on those hot summer days.
All windows have country views.
On the 1st floor the bathroom has a bath with overhead shower and toilet.
There are 2 further en suites.
The ground and first floors have underfloor heating which is generated by environmentally friendly solar panels.
As well as the wi-fi, we also have tv, dvd player, various games, books. Dvds are available to hire (a list is available to browse).
Outdoors to share:
Table tennis table
As well as your south facing terrace with garden furniture, parasol, bbq with tools, there is a terrace on the north side to enjoy the evening sunsets.
Also available is shared access to:
Heated outdoor seasonal 10 x 5 m salted pool (1.2 m deep the whole length)
Table tennis table
Children's play area
There is plenty of parking at the rear of the property.
In accordance with the new laws, this gite is Wheelchair friendly.
It is ideal for a large family, or for two families to get to together.
A hot tub/spa for 4-6 people is available for hire to have on your terrace area, please contact us for further details.
For any other dates not listed on the price list, please contact us to discuss your needs.
I am originally from the UK but have lived in Jersey for over 33 years and frequently travel between France and Jersey. I am married to Andrew and we have 2 grown up children.We bought this property in 2004. Last year we completed renovating 4 barns which was let for the first time. We enjoyed every minute of meeting and greeting some lovely people.
|Year property purchased||2004|
|Why this location?||We fell in love with the countryside and the views that came with this property, nothing is too far away. Our property is less than 2 hours away from St Malo, 30 minutes from Angers and 5 minutes from Le Lion D'Angers.
The Anjou region of France is such a wonderful area, lots of vineyards, chateaux, rivers to walk or cycle by pretty villages and magnificent towns to explore.
|Unique benefits of property||Our gites maybe in a rural location in a tranquil setting, but all amenities are close by and travelling here from the UK is easy, either by plane or boat. There are 3 airports nearby, Nantes, Rennes and Angers and travelling by car via St. Malo, Caen, Calais or Roscoff across the channel. The pool area is south facing so you can enjoy hours of sunshine with just the sounds of nature as soon as you arrive.|
- Rope Courses
- Paint ball (from age 9)
- Mini barge
- Stand up and paddle
A guided tour to 126 metres underground of slate mine.
- a train with a guided commentary tour of 15 minutes through the park.
- a 1950’s carousel and children’s playground.
- see 400 animals in semi-freedom.
- footpaths that allow to enter most enclosures (Blue or Green 1 km 3 km).
- a village set in the year 1900 (with 29 life size exhibits).
- a children village.
- Museums (old and miniature cars, cycles, horse-drawn, pedal cars, tractors and agricultural equipment).
- The vegetation and nature.
- Shaded picnic areas with shelter.
Extraordinary gardens, Angers – to enjoy a day out at a plant themed amusement park. Terra Botanica reveals the secrets of six centuries of history, beginning with King René and his famous floral gardens. Gaze upon the riches of Anjou, the plant capital and the ancestral homeland of multiple cultures, and discover the world through the 275,000 plant species and exceptional collections of orchids, roses, palm tree. From giant greenhouses to lush gardens, paddy fields to marshes, generous kitchen gardens to dark primary forests, Mediterranean scenery to Oriental lands, set off for an unusual and colourful adventure. Terra Botanica is also a fabulous playground full of games and entertainment: the Elves’ Island with its hanging towers, dynamic 4D film screenings, rides in a tethered balloon or up in the treetops, scenic boat ride. Between fun adventures and botanical discoveries, with family or friends, children and grownups alike will find plenty to enjoy at the first theme park in Europe devoted to plant life. Fun day out for all ages.
This is a pet-friendly local wildlife of sick or wounded, animals and after being treated, are released into the wild, only the animals that are too dependent on humans are kept. It also hosts domestic and exotic animals that have become too big for their owners to keep.
The department of Maine et Loire (49) covers a territory to the north and south of the Loire. This is the heart of the region known as Anjou and its capital Angers is one of the great historic cities in the Loire valley.
Anjou was the fief of the Angevins better known as the Plantagenets, who, starting with Henry II, ruled England for three centuries. Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their son Richard the Lionheart are buried at the Abbey of Fonevraud which is situated between Saumur and Chinon.
The great chateau in Angers is one of the biggest medieval fortresses in Europe and is situated on a rocky ridge overhanging the River Maine. Originally the site of ninth century fortress, the enormous chateau dates from the early part of the thirteenth century. With 17 towers, the chateau spreads across nearly 7 acres of ground. At the end of the eighteenth century, it was used as a military garrison and a military academy was established to train young officers. Arthur Wellesley, First Duke of Wellington, best known for his defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo, was trained here. The Chateau now houses a museum with the oldest and largest collection of medieval tapestries in the world, including the 104m long fourteenth century Apocalypse Tapesry.
Angers also has one of the greatest liqueurs, the famous orange liqueur known as Cointreau, this has been produced in Angers since the middle of the nineteenth century. The cointreau recipe is still a closely guarded secret. http://www.cointreau.com.
Château d’Angers, 2 Promenade du Bout du Monde, 49100 Angers.
Château de Brissac, Rue Louis Moron, 49320 Brissac-Quincé.
Chateau de Challain, 49440 Challain-la-Potherie.
Château de Durtal, 15 Place des Terrasses, 49430 Durtal.
Château de la Lorie, 49500 La Chapelle-sur-Oudon.
Château de Montreuil-Bellay, Place des Ormeaux, 49260 Montreuil-Bellay.
Château du Plessis-Bourré, 49460 Écuillé.
Château du Plessis-Macé, 2 Rue de Bretagne, 49770 Le Plessis-Macé.
Château médiéval de Pouancé. 49420 Pouancé.
Château de Saumur 49400 Saumur.
Château de Serrant, RD 723, 49170 Angers.
Le Lion d’Angers hosts regular horse racing throughout the summer and is fun day out for all the family. When racing isn’t taking place, the park is a popular place to run, walk or cycle around and even venture off into the wooded area. The Parc Départemental de l’Isle Briand has a chateau which also houses a large equestrian centre. Every October there is a four day event ‘Mondial du Lion’ which is a display of dressage, cross country and show jumping. Competitors come from all over the world to take part in this spectacular event.
Inflatable park on the Lake Saint-Aubin near the Medival Fortress. The inflatable park offers a circuit/course of friendly duels and jousts, races. Jump, climb, swing, run, slide, dive or be catapulted. Also on site is a swimming pool, stand up paddle, Canoe-Kayak. Food truck, ice-cream and drinks. http://www.naturoloisirs.com