|La Petite Buissonniere||Self Catering||Flexible||3||6||4||Double sofabed & single day bed available|
The house is set in two acres and is situated in an elevated position looking out towards parts of Normandy, Brittany and Loire (Mayenne).
Within a few minutes of a number of attractions including the Lac du Vezins, where there is a leisure park, and the waterfalls and walks at Mortain. The nearest golf course is at Dathee not far from Vire (20 minutes). The Wednesday market at St Hilaire is not to be missed. There are many good local restaurants (details in the house). The house is fully equipped including a large woodburner and all the usual appliances etc.
Fully equipped large dining kitchen, cooker, hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, electric hotplate and dining table with seating for up to 12. The kitchen is a particular feature of the house and is much admired.
Open plan kitchen/dining room
3 Bedrooms, sleeps up to 9 persons.
Bedroom 1 with double bed.
Bedroom 2 with twin beds.
Bedroom 3 with twin beds.
Double sofa bed in the salon.
Single "day bed" on the landing.
Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, Bidet
Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
Shower room 2 - Shower Enclosure
Electric heaters in all rooms.
Large wood burner in the salon.
UK Freesat Television
Large private garden with lawns and patios. Outdoor garden furniture and barbecue.
I am now a widower aged over 70 who loves France ( the France where they do not speak much English and respect those who make an effort and speak a bit of French, it does not matter how much it's the trying that matters!) <br/>
|Year property purchased||2001|
|Why this location?||Because we could travel there for a weekend and not have to drive for 8 hours from Calais! I now go 7 or 8 times a year.
|Unique benefits of property||It's a lovely house, easy to maintain (including the garden), with amazing views and easy to get to. I just love it and so do all my friends.
Just a short drive away Avranches has some wonderful streets for shopping, garden admirers and historians alike. From The Jardin des Plantes is a fantastic view across the bay of le Mont St Michel.
The island monastery is today the second most visited tourist attraction in France (after the Eiffel Tower) - and is a truly spectacular site located just off the coast of Brittany. It is delightful at any time, but particularly enchanting at night. Whilst it is quite a climb to the top the views over the bay are spectacular!
It has many beaches and sights typical of the Normandy region. A little further west brings you to the edge of Brittany and the beautiful seaside town of Cancale celebrated for its oyster farms. The coast road continues past some glorious beaches to the magnificent walled city of St Malo with its abundant shops and restaurants.