|Chez Edward||Self Catering||Flexible||1||2||1|
Chez Edward is a delightful, newly renovated 1 bedroom cottage, sleeping 2. The cottage has a private terrace and lawn area with stunning views of the French countryside. It is located in the tiny hamlet of Heuland, 5 minutes drive from the market town of Dozule and 20mins from Caen. Chez Edward offers an ideal base for those wanting a quiet, peaceful retreat whilst being close to many of Normandy’s tourist attractions including the D Day beaches.
The property is not suitable for guests with impaired mobility or wheelchair users.
Outside the property, extending round to the side, there is a large terrace with table and chairs and a small lawned area. This is ideal for “al fresco dining” or just relaxing and enjoying the views. A barbecue is provided for your use.
The lounge leads through to a well equipped modern kitchen/diner with patio doors opening onto the scenic terrace.
There is a washing machine located in a separate outbuilding which you are welcome to use.
From the front door you enter the comfortable lounge area with log burning stove for those cooler winter evenings. The lounge has English tv (free sat) and a music system and there is access to free wi-fi throughout the cottage.
On the first floor is the light airy bedroom with a king size bed. Bed linen and towels are provided.
The spacious shower room has a large shower cubicle and wc and wash handbasin.
There are electric radiators in all rooms and there is also a wood burning stove in the lounge.
We are the property agent managing this property for the owner.
|Year property purchased||1989|
|Why this location?||Our property offers a truly relaxing break in beautiful countryside whilst being well placed for many of the tourist attractions Normandy has to offer.|
|Unique benefits of property||Chez Edward has all the comforts of home and is set in stunning Normandy countryside offering a real opportunity for a peaceful, relaxing break.|
Our favourite beach is Houlgate where you can collect fossils from Vaches Noires cliffs.
We also recommend Cabourg and Viller-sur-Mer.
L'Eden in Houlgate
Arbre a Pin - Houlgate (Good pzza and moules with a beach view)
La Haie Tondue - Pont L'Eveque
Auberge de La Touques - Pont L'Eveque
La Bougnat - Dives sur Mer
Dives sur Mer - Saturday Morning (includes horse-meat stall in medieval market building!
Dozule - Tuesday - very small, has live ducklings and chickens and also good fish
Houlgate - Thursday - worth a visit
Villers-sur-Mer - Friday - big and good
Caen Memorial Museum - all about the occupation, D-day and the lead up to World War 2. As at early 2018 they are currently in the process of extending to include the Cold War.
Canadian Museum - Courseulles-sur-Mer - this World War 2 museum is also well worth a visit, also take a stroll along the sand dunes.