|The Bungalow With Heated Outdoor Pool||Self Catering||Flexible||2||4||2||Pop up bed available for an additional person|
Modern comfortable Bungalow with large south facing terrace situated in a relaxing rural location surrounded by lovely peaceful countryside. Ideally situated to explore the region with Le Mont Saint Michel just 25 minutes away.
The living area is open plan which makes it a very light and airy environment with plenty of windows plus 2 large patio doors leading to different areas of the garden.
There are 2 bedrooms, the master bedroom has a super-king size bed, plenty of wardrobe space and chest of drawers plus dressing table. The bathroom is immediately next door with shower, wc and vanity unit. The second bedroom has 2 single beds, wardrobe and drawer units and en suite bathroom with shower, wc and vanity unit.
The kitchen, with fridge/freezer and dishwasher leads to the front large comfortable terrace where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the countryside. The terrace has salon furniture, table, chairs and parasol. The garden is laid to lawn, with some rockeries and plants.
The open plan lounge has 2 very comfortable cream leather sofa, a 48 inch wide tv screen, music centre and plenty of cd’s and dvd’s to keep everyone entertained. The open plan dining area has a table and seats up to 8 people and via the large patio doors leads out to a private al fresco dining area with table and 4 chairs.
There is ample parking in front of the Bungalow.
The heated outdoor pool is open from May to September and has a large sunterrace, solar powered shower and sun beds. Take a look at the video to get an overview of the Bungalow at Les Basses Beaulinges.
The immediate surrounding area provides peaceful walks in all seasons. The Chase (tree lined avenue) is beautiful at all times of the year, from an abundance of the first signs of spring with all the buds, an arch of green foliage in summer to the gorgeous golden and red autumn leaves as winter approaches. Here you can take an invigorating stroll where you can observe the local wildlife. This could include deer, bunnies and birds; there are a lot of buzzards and hawks in the area. Don’t forget the cows who will always be curious as you stroll by.
Holiday Guide & Information:
We provide a holiday folder to give you reference to provisions and facilities available at the Bungalow, along with lots of brochures and information with suggestions of where to go and what to do. If you feel that any additional information should be included we will always welcome your feedback. For more information on where to go visit our website.
Fitted kitchen with everything you need to feel at home.
Fan assisted electric oven and 4 ring induction hob.
Fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
All cutlery, crockery, pots pans etc are provided so you should have everything you need. Kitchen tea towels are also provided.
You have a large open plan lounge diner.
Two very comfortable cream leather sofas plus a 48" wide screen tv. Dvd player, coffee-tables and music centre.
The floors are tiled, plus rugs.
Two large patio doors open out to front and side private patios/gardens.
There are 2 bedrooms, the master bedroom is in the new part of the Bungalow and has a super king size bed, plenty of wardrobe space, chests of drawers and dressing tables and mirrors. The bathroom/wc is immediately next door.
The second bedroom is in the old part of the Bungalow with stone walls and has 2 single beds, bedside units, wardrobe and drawers plus a mirror. This bedroom is en suite.
All bed linen is provided.
One bathroom is immediate next door to the master large bedroom and the second bathroom is en suite with the twin bedroom with 2 single beds.
Both bathrooms have showers, wc, vanity units with under unit cupboard space.
All bathroom towels are included plus hair dryer.
Electric heating with radiators throughout the Bungalow.
48" wide screen tv, dvd player with a selection of videos and dvd's are available for your enjoyment. There are also a wide selection of books (in English) on the book shelf in the dining area.
There is a large south facing terrace at the front of the property with table and chairs which seats 6, plus a lounge set - 2 all weather chairs and one 2 seater sofa all of which have cushions for added comfort.
There is a large umbrella beside the patio furniture.
3 steps from the terrace lead to the drive and the garden can be accessed from the side and front of the terrace. The large garden is laid to lawn with 2 sun beds, bbq and plants. There is also a herb garden - please help yourself!
There is a side garden accessed from the lounge which comprises of a table and 4 chairs which is completely private and a perfect sun trap in the afternoons.
The heated out door pool open May to September has a large sunterrace has sun beds, sun umbrella and lounge area. There is also a solar shower.
There is ample parking at the front of the Bungalow.
It is your holiday home for the duration of your stay and you are welcome to have visitors. Please advise us beforehand.
Should you require a baby playpen/cot and or a child's highchair please request at time of booking. Subject to availability.
Pool and beach towels available at a supplement
We have been in France for 10 years. The Bungalow is one of three properties at Les Basses Beaulinges, the other, The Barn is a 4 bedroom converted stone barn, and The Cabin which is 2 bedroom log cabin. We love the area and take a lot of pleasure in sharing our holiday homes with you.
|Year property purchased||2003|
|Why this location?||We love the area and take a lot of pleasure in sharing our holiday homes with you.
Between the three properties we can accommodate a larger groups of up to 12 people should you have a special family occasion.
|Unique benefits of property||Each holiday property has their own large garden space, privacy and ample parking. You can enjoy lovely walks in the countryside, visit some wonderful places in the area or just relax by the pool - so much choice. We are always at hand to recommend places to visit.|
One of Frances’s top tourist attractions is just 25 minutes from Les Basses Beaulinges. Allow yourself at least 4 to 5 hours here, as you will want to take your time to explore this wonderful historic monument. The selection of bars and restaurants along with the views will stay with you forever. The tour of the upper areas, (the Abbey) is simply a must. Do get the audiotape to take with you as you do the tour as the history is fascinating. If you want you can take a walking tour across the estuary with a guide who will ensure your safety as there is lot of quick sand. The locals say that "when the tide comes in a horse cannot outrun it!"
Just 1 hour away St Malo is a maze of medieval streets bursting with history and culture. The legacy of the dastardly pirates of the 19th century and the siege during the Second World War entwines with the bustling array of arty shops and the delicious smells from restaurants, outdoor markets and cafes; oysters and crêpes are local delicacies to be enjoyed throughout the restaurants and markets of the town.
Do take a walk around the wall (Intra-Muros) where the stunning Gothic and Romanesque Cathedral de St Malo dominates the skyline. As you walk along the ramparts, you can see spectacular views of the town and harbour, including the islands and forts scattered just out at sea. The pretty islands of Grand Be and Petit Be can be visited on foot at low tide, with the Fort National reachable on foot from St Malo's longest beach, the Grand Plage.
Is without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its 3km long ramparts, half-timbered houses, attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries and craft shops, it’s worth a day of anyone’s time.
Just 1 hour away Dinan’s old town is a warren of narrow streets where it appears that time has stood still. The quaintest part is Place des Merciers where you’ll find the best examples of the town’s half-timbered houses; just opposite is the pedestrianised Rue de la Cordonnerie, also known as ‘thirsty street’ as it has nine bars.
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 close to Sainte-Mère-Eglise in the west, learn all about the history of what happened at Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword on 6 June 1944.
There are so many to choose from! Carolls Beach, 35 minutes which is a perfect family resort with all the amenities you need.
Close by is St Jean de Thomas beach. This is a much quieter beach with a fantastic view of Le Mont-Saint-Michel in the back ground.
A large seaside town with a big marina which is well worth visiting, and only 45 minutes away. There is a casino on the front with a nearby beach, great shopping and some fine local restaurants in the back streets, but you need to look carefully as some are hidden underground in cellars. Very nice English pub next to the casino if that is your taste. 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, plus one devoted to local genius Christian Dior.