|L'Huitre at La Bertheliere||Self Catering||Saturday||2||4||1||none|
L'Huitre is one of the 2 self contained gites at La Bertheliere. It has a shower/bathroom and 2 toilets on two floors. Fully equipped with kitchen containing full oven, fridge, washing machine, microwave and all necessary utensils.
Private gardens for outdoor eating to the rear of the property for relaxing evening drinks in private. Barbecues. Washing lines are available.
Private court yard for security for cars.
Fully equipped kitchen, dining table are in each lounge.
Large wood burning fire, plus electric radiators. Tv - many English stations to enjoy - including sports! Armchairs, settees and coffee tables, plus electric radiators.
2 spacious bedrooms. One double and a twin.
1 bathroom, plus 2 toilets.
Wood burning Fire, electric radiator.
Local golf course at William Harvey, Perrier, 20 minutes.
Safe sandy beaches within minutes from La Bertheliere.
Boxed games etc.
Private gardens to the rear of the properties.
Large village parking within 2 minutes from the property.
I am 57 years of age, having been in engineering for several years, with much traveling, having spent 40+ years on the south coast of UK in Bournemouth. My mother and I have moved to Normandy recently to enjoy the coastal beaches and village life in rural settings.
|Year property purchased||2017|
|Why this location?||Only 5 minutes drive to fabulous beaches of St Germain Sur Ay - or 20 minutes gentle walk, where the Channel Islands of Jersey can be seen. Regular ferries run from Carteret, a few minutes drive away, near Portbail. Cherbourg is 40 minutes north. This coast of the peninsula enjoys many beautiful beaches - with sandy open stretches within a large bay, free from crowds, only a few small tractors of local fisherman rest nearby, who collect the oysters. The rock pools can be enjoyed by mothers and children. This coast has many delightful cafe's, restaurants and promenades. Weekly markets of a variety of goods, from local cheeses to French style clothes, etc., always a joy to visit.
Mont San Michael is easily reached on the coast road D972 going to Granville, joining the D973, joining the A84 - N175 about one hours ride. The Chateau of Pirou Plage, on the D650, 10 minutes further down south, with its own moat, and boasts a tapestry, which took 11 years to make by a local woman
|Unique benefits of property||Close proximity to local beaches, with a shop, café, and restaurant. Situated in a quiet village with local shop, bar and restaurant. Fully self contained cottages with wifi, tv with selection of English channels, garden area.
One Gite cottage has 2 bedrooms- sleeps 4, and the other cottage with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6, both with bathrooms, and 2 toilets in each, (one on the ground floor). Could accommodate comfortably a party of 10 people. Separate small gardens for private use. Safe ample parking within the property. Well equipped with space for comfort.
The east coast of the Cherbourg peninsula is awash with historical sites, including the Utah beaches, museums and war memorabilia (easily reached by car within 40 minutes). Travel further east and you will see many interesting places, like Caen, Rouen, where you can see the Bayeux Tapestry and the Joan of Arc Church amongst many other interesting items, and areas near St Germain Sur Ay include Coutances, St Mere Eglise, Carentan and Carteret. Local small towns are La Haye Du Puit and Lessay. Most of the towns have weekly markets, which are very varied and interesting.