Exclusive fishing holiday let in Normandy

Meautis (7.50km from Carentan), Manche, Normandy Reference: NM004829 Advertiser since: 25 May 2016
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
Carp Haven Self Catering Saturday 1 4 1

About this property

Exclusive Carp & Coarse Fishing Lake Prime Location. This chalet is in a village setting.

The carp lake is an exclusive 3½ acre spring fed non commercial venue. We are only taking a limited number of bookings to ensure our fish, and guests, are relaxed and under no pressure.
 
If you can tear yourself away from carp fishing, we are just 4 miles from the bustling market town of Carentan, with its many shops, restaurants and large marina. 
The D-Day landing beaches, memorial sites and museums are also well worth a visit and easy access from the lake.  
Importantly we are situated within easy reach of the Cherbourg and Caen ferry ports.
If you are looking for an enjoyable holiday, with plenty of good carp, and coarse fishing in the beautiful Normandy countryside then our lake is the place for you. 
 
Our lake suits up to 4 anglers max with 4 bivvy swims available, 2 singles and a double, it also suits the mobile angler as there are several prime stalking spots
Lake stock consists of the original stock - carp, tench roach, rudd, pike and eels supplemented  with 48 carp up to 30 lb.  Standard carp catches average between 12- 22lb, so I would describe this as a well stocked coarse lake with surprises.
The lake was originally a mill pond, and as a result is relatively shallow, but well balanced, with depths ranging from 2ft in the sand margins to 4ft in the silt centre. The fish seem to be thriving in this environment, and putting on weight yearly.
There is a chalet available to those that don’t want to sleep under canvas, this sleeps 2 comfortably or 4 if you know each other well as it is open plan! It also gives you your kitchen facilities, shower, toilet, electric and water and is situated just across the road next to the stream out flow and parking area.
There is a toilet shed and water tap on the lake side for bivvy fishermen along with a bait fridge.

Type

Chalet

Kitchen and dining

Fridge, 2 gas ring hob, small electric fan grill/oven.
Pots & Pans.
Crockery, cutlery and glassware.
Open plan.

Living rooms

Open plan.

Bedrooms

1 twin bedroom.
1 double sofa bed.
All open plan.

Bathrooms

Shower, toilet and wash basin.

Heating

Electric heating.

Entertainment

Dvd player and satellite tv showing English channels + range of dvds.

Garden and outside

Picnic bench.
Bbq.
Garden furniture.

Parking and garages

Off road hard standing parking.

Facilities

  • Cleaning

  • Internet

  • No smoking

  • Linen

Activities

Fishing nearby

Species of fish: Carp, roach, rudd, pike
Name of nearest fishing location: On site

Fishing on-site

The Owner Recommends

Carentan

Carentan. With its massive 14th century Eglise Notre-Dame one of the finest gothic churches in the whole of Normandy, dominating the skyline with its octagon – spired belfry. Below, the 16th century Arcades offer a wide range of shopping.

Short day trips

Bayeux, a historical town par excellence and guardian of the great Bayeux tapestry. D-day landing beaches and museums. Arromanches and its still visible mulberry harbour. Port-en-bessin, a small port with its chaos of masts and rigging, brightly coloured paintwork, making it a fascinating scene well worth a stroll or viewing from one of the small harbour front bars. Chateau de Balleroy and its grounds designed by Le Notre are considered to be a masterpiece of the landscape gardeners, and is a popular visit especially with the museum on site. St Lo, capital of the “Manche” region with fantastic shops and a large Saturday market.

Full Day trips

Caen, a historical city, ancient capital of the normal dukes – famous for its canal link to the sea, William the Conqueror’s castle, old houses and pedestrianised shop precincts and numerous markets. Honfleur with its quaint old cobbled streets, public gardens and old dock. Deuville and Trouville, the Normandy fashionable seaside resorts, with wooden promenades for strolling or rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous. Expensive bars, restaurants and a casino. Mont St Michel, abbey fortress, Normandy’s most famous of all landmarks. Barfleur, a delightful village/fishing harbour, the coastal scenic route to this place is spectacular. There are so many sights and places to go that nobody could be stuck for things to do. For the more adventurous, Normandy offers sailing, wind surfing, white water canoeing, bungee jumping, sand yachting, go-karting, horse riding, golfing and many more active sports.