|Petite Aucher||Self Catering||Saturday||3||8||1||Sofabed|
Beautifully restored 3 bedroom cottage, situated in a small hamlet, in the heart of the picturesque Charente countryside. Petite Aucher has it's own above ground pool and private garden. Inside, there is an open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The well equipped fitted kitchen has modern units and a gas cooker. There is also a separate large utility room with fridge-freezer, washing machine, microwave, and iron and ironing board. We have a seating area with tv and dvd player. At Petite Aucher you can find free wi-fi, as well as a selection of books and games. Frenchdoors lead out onto a south-facing terrace. Travelcot and highchair available.
Open plan kitchen, dining and living area. Well equipped fitted kitchen with modern units and gas cooker.
There are two 2 seater sofas with tv amd dvd player, as well as free wi-fi. There is also a selection of books and games available.
Antique double French bed. Space for travelcot.
Large antique double French bed. Also space for travelcot.
Twin bedded room, reached through bedroom 2. Ideal for children.
There is also a sofabed.
Bathroom with seperate shower cubicle, washbasin, and wc. There is a hairdryer provided.
Oil central heating throughout.
Tv, dvd player, games, and books.
Private garden with numerous seating. Private above ground pool.
Private parking for 3 cars, as well as a lockable bike shed.
No disabled access.
Limoges Airport pick up/return available (please enquire for costs).
We, Lee and Deb, looked at so many properties before settling on Petite Aucher and we haven't looked back. We both left behind stressful jobs in the UK to embrace the quiet life here.
|Year property purchased||2019|
|Why this location?||Tranquil and peaceful part of France but with plenty of activities available close by.|
|Unique benefits of property||Private pool and garden, 3 bedroom gite with modern facilities.|
Medieval town situated at the confluence of the Vienne and Goire rivers. The main ‘highlight’ of the town is the Old Bridge, a 13th century granite bridge. Here you can also find restaurants, bars, boulangeries, and a market. Le Festival Confolens is between 12th -17th August. www.festivaldeconfolens.com
Theme park located at Jaunay Clan (86), offering a number of themed experiences, including dancing with robots and a deep sea encounter. http://en.futuroscope.com/
La Rochelle has a huge selection of seafood resturants and is also home to Fort Bauyard. It has a great harbour front and sandy beaches. La Rochelle is a dynamic, welcoming and lively city which will captivate you for some hours or days, first of all with its maritime character. Anchored to the Atlantic coast, near the Islands of Ré and Oléron, La Rochelle is best discovered and enjoyed through its various ports: the Old Port in the city centre, the marina at Les Minimes, the commercial port of La Pallice, and the fishing port of Chef de Baie. www.ville-larochelle.fr/en/discover-the-city/tourism.html
Romagne (86), the valley offers an encounter with more than 30 species of primates from around the world including Gorillas, Lemurs, Macaws and Saimiris. www.la-vallee-des-singes.fr