|Le Petit Lac Gites - Gite De Torchis||Self Catering||Saturday||3||6||2||Cot for 1 baby with linen|
Traditionally renovated Gite set in 6 acres in the Normandy countryside in the heart of the Poire region, yet only 3km from the Historic (XII Century) mediaeval town of Domfront.
Gite De Torchis Featuring large open plan ground floor with fully fitted kitchen, dining area and lounge. Three double bedrooms (one ensuite). House bathroom.
Large mezzanine with far reaching views over countryside to the south.
Secluded garden with large decked area, above ground pool, lawns and borders and separate breakfast terrace.
A large covered parking area serves the gite.
Open plan kitchen diner - seating 6 on oak table.
Kitchen fully equipped with oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer as well as a washing machine.
Open plan large corner sofa.
3 - one en suite and two sharing house bathroom - Beams to die for.
En suite shower for master bedroom.
House bathroom with bath (shower over).
Radiator as required.
Tv and dvd player for viewing - No tv as such.
Large covered terrace with seating fro breakfast.
Large deck access from lounge next to pool.
1 covered parking space plus another 2 spaces if required in courtyard.
Great base for family holidays.
Assisted by my husband since opening in 2007.
|Year property purchased||2004|
|Why this location?||Rural bliss surrounded by wildlife while on the doorstep of historic Domfront.|
|Unique benefits of property||Space, wildlife abounds, family attractions nearby.|
11th Century medieval town with castle ruins and great restaurants
Spa town great cafes and restaurants - man made lake, casino, zipwire and velorail
Man made lake with sand beach, boat hire cafe and bar
Like a giant Disney castle and more besides
Working horse displays - great show for kids
Arthurian legend surround this lake - great to stroll around
No words necessary everyone should visit
Great course with wooden forts to fight around
Canoe - river descent or canoe polo - archery too
Great stables, display of stallions and it all looks like Versailles