|Viefacile Holiday||Self Catering||Flexible||3||8||2||1 Double sofabed|
Awarded Certificate of Excellence.
The holiday gite has everything that you need for that all important holiday here in Normandy.
Door safe keycode will be emailed to you before arrival.
It is tastefully decorated, light, spacious and full of character.
Situated on 2 floors with an upper and lower lounge area.
This holiday home sleeps up to 8 people comfortably.
Price quotation is for up to 4 persons extra charge for 5 to 8 persons.
The dining area the ground floor lounge has a woodburner. TV, satellite, dvd and radio/cd player.
There is a downstairs toilet and utility room, with a family size washing machine. Downstairs power shower.
Fully equipped kitchen with fridge (with freezer compartment), gas cooker, microwave and coffee-machine. Complementary tea, coffee and milk on arrival.
Stone/fire brick built bbq with utensils, please provide your own charcoal.
The ground floor lounge has a woodburner. Tv, satellite, dvd and radio/cd player.
A ground floor bedroom with double bed and 1 single bed. Sofabed.
There is a travelcot, highchair and stairgate available for infants.
Upstairs bedroom double bed.
Upstairs bedroom 2 single beds and cot.
All bedrooms have have wardrobes and plenty of drawer space.
Bathroom upstairs - power shower, toilet, washbasin.
Bathroom downstairs - power shower, toilet, washbasin.
Electric heating in all rooms.
Bathrooms heated towel rails
Bbq and patio area
Uk and French satellite tv
Games chalet with billiards and darts
Selection of bikes for hire all ages including chariot for 2 small persons.
Childrens outdoor play area
Large enclosed gardens
Heated private swimming pool open May to Sept
Private parking space
Suitable for family's
2 cots provided.
Upstairs stairgate for security.
Here at Vie Facile we have a well equipped and fully furnished music studio.
The studio is in a separate sound proof building away from the gite.
Please consult the web site for prices.
We retired to Normandy France 10 years ago and have renovated the property to a high standard. .Lots of local knowledge coupled with excellent reviews including a certificate of excellence for the Gite.
|Year property purchased||2008|
|Why this location?||We are situated only 15 minutes from the main N13 making our holiday home very convenient for exploring all of Manche and Normandy. You can also take a ferry to Jersey from Granville (ferry crossing is approx. 1 hour).
The local town La Haye du Puits has all conveniences, including a well stocked supermarket, bakers, butchers, banks, bars and a pharmacy. Mont Cast is just a short drive away. Le Commerce specialty grilled food over an open fire nice family restaurant and bar. 40 min drive from Cherbourg Ferry Port.
|Unique benefits of property||Detached self contained gite with a welcoming family atmosphere based in a small hamlet in open countryside. Recently awarded 5 star certificate of excellence. The nearest town of La Haye Du Puits is just 10 minutes drive which has restaurants, chemist, supermarkets, music, and traditional French shopping including a weekly market.
We welcome you to this beautiful region and try to do everything we can to provide you with a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
Great location for singles.couples , families with a good accommodation layout, dinning configuration so you can bring along parents, grandparents and friends. Electric heating and logburner to ensure you keep warm during the winter months. New gamesroom chalet with pool, darts and a selection of outdoor games.
The Gite can accommodate up to 8 persons comfortably. With 2 bathrooms both with power showers. Owners live on site and are always pleased to help.
Cycle hire is available during your stay.
Mont Castre Castle, locally known as Vieux Château de Mont Castre, lies on a rocky outcrop near the village of Lithaire, in the Manche department in France.
When Mont Castre Castle was built isn't known. Some say it started as a Norman watch tower but its small dimensions (14m x 14m) and the absence of the typical buttresses speak against that.
It was certainly present and used in medieval times as the center of a barony founded in the middle of the 11th century by William the Bastard, who later became William the Conqueror. It was known as Le Chastel de Littehaire.
In 1204 it was confiscated and partially torn down during the annexation of Normandy by Phillipe-Auguste. However it still served as a lookout post and refuge for the villagers and their herds, which proved useful during the Hundred Years' War.
This is a small ruin with not much architectural details but with nice views over the surrounding countryside. Also the walk to the ruin is nice and takes you also to a ruined church, close by the ruin.
Nice walk or cycle from the gite.
75 years ago the forces of 13 Allied countries gathered in Britain before launching the historic operation to liberate Europe. Winston Churchill rightly said that D-day was “undoubtedly the most complicated and difficult” operation that had ever taken place. This June we will show our veterans that the debt to them is never forgotten for the price they paid for the freedom and peace we now enjoy.
The gite is ideally situated to the D-day beaches and museums