|La Louverie||Self Catering||Flexible||3||6||1|
Detached self contained gite with own private garden. Shorter breaks considered please e mail owner.
Well equipped kitchens
Pet and child friendly
Enclosed outdoor pool and garden
Bed linen and towels included in price (Excluding pool towels)
All electricity and fuel for log burners included
Approximately 30 minutes from beaches and easy reach of attractions
Bbq and outdoor eating area
Ground floor accommodation with a couple of steps in the house and a single step into the gite making it easier for those with reduced mobility
A car is highly recommended, due to its rural location
For the comfort of all of our guests these are no smoking properties
Well behaved children and animals are welcome
Perfect for those wishing to relax and enjoy the French lifestyle and local restaurants
We are committed to respecting the local community, its culture and privacy
Kitchen/diner overlooking the valley. Well equipped. Also outside table and chairs undercover for that al fresco dining.
Wood burner for those chilly evenings making it feel cosy. Big double sofas.
3 large bedrooms, 2 double beds and one room with large day bed and childs bed (up to 10 years).
Bathroom with heated towel rail and shower.
Cosy wood burner plus electric heaters.
Selection of books, games and Nintendo Wii.
Lots to see and do locally
Private garden surrounded by our land.
Separate gated garden for pool area.
Parking for one car outside gite. Further parking available a few steps away.
There is a step into the gite, but otherwise all on one level. Ideally you would need transport at our gite due to its rural location.
We have two properties that can sleep a maximum of 10 people. Rented together exclusive use of private pool and deck perfect for enjoying time with friends and family in the sunshine!
Owned by Professonal Couple
|Year property purchased||2015|
|Why this location?||We love this location it is so peaceful and wildlife in abundance, however not too far to good restaurants and excellent shops|
|Unique benefits of property||The location. La Louverie is completely surrounded by our own land. Own private garden, BBQ and outside dining area.
Private pool in its own enclosed garden.
Bayeux boasts a fabulous historic centre as well as its world-famous, UNESCO-listed tapestry depicting the Norman conquest of England in 1066. The city had the great good fortune to be swiftly liberated by the Allies in June 1944, but its war museum and British cemetery recall the sacrifices made in these parts.
Festyland Theme Park. A great day out. http://festyland.com/
Granville commands stunning views of the Bay of the Mont Saint-Michel from its fortified headland. Enjoy this invigorating resort’s wonderful array of ports, quarters and beaches, plus its museums, one devoted to local genius Christian Dior. Ferries from Granville serve the magical Chausey Islands archipelago, like a mirage 15km out to sea, plus the Channel Islands.
Le Moulin Restaurant in nearby Beauchamps always an excellent meal. Steaks are excellent cooked on an open fire in the restaurant
Markets in local towns are interesting. E.g. Avranche - Saturday, Gavray - Saturday, Coutances Thursday and Saturday, Brecey Friday, Brehal Tuesday and Saturday, Granville Wednesday and Saturday, Villedieu Les Poeles Tuesday.
A magical island topped by a gravity-defying medieval monastery, the Mont-Saint-Michel counts among France’s most stunning sights. For centuries one of Europe’s major pilgrimage destinations, this holy mount is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as is its breathtaking bay.
Normandy Beaches. An amazing armada of Allied troops, British, American, Canadian and more, landed on Normandy’s beaches on 6th June 1944 to begin the liberation of Europe from years of Nazi occupation. The planners of this crucial event for European freedom codenamed it D-Day. Follow the Normandy coast, going from above Caen in the east to close to Sainte-Mère-Eglise in the west, to learn all about this most daring and world-changing of naval operations.
Lots of restaurants on the harbour in Granville, catering for all tastes. Seafood especially good.
No other port is more closely linked with the liberation of Western Europe after D-Day. Along with the staggeringly big concrete blocks remaining from the Mulberry Harbour towed over from Britain in June 1944, war museums bring the massive Allied operations here back to life. But Arromanches is also an appealing resort today.