Named after the local drink "Pineau de Charente" and as a play on the grape variety "Pinot", this is nearly twice the size of an average 3 bedroomed house and gives plenty of space to relax, it features 3 bedrooms all en suite with a private patio and bbq area along with views over the rolling countryside and vines.
Enter through the galley style kitchen and dining area where the air conditioned lounge (38 sq metres) opens out with patio doors to the bbq area and twin stair cases to the 2 first floor bedrooms which both face south like the ground floor double bedroom, all are en suite with wc and multi jet shower cubicles. The ground floor bedroom and en suite have extra large doorways to accommodate wheelchairs.
Well equipped kitchen complete with a large range style 5 burner gas cooker, Nespresso coffee-machine, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and large fridge-freezer.
Large oval pine table with space to accommodate friends.
Air conditioned living space with 2 large sofas and chairs complete with stereo and tv. For the reader a large collection of paperbacks, why not take one upto the minstral gallery.
Ground floor double with shabby chic style furniture has a widened door for wheelchairs.
First floor treble room with double and single beds.
First floor triple room with 3 single beds.
All bathrooms have a wc, vanity unit and a large cabinet style power showers the ground floor one is extra large to help accommodate wheelchairs.
The tv has both English and French channels, free wi-fi a selection of boardgames and a well stocked toy library to suit from baby to pre-teen.
Large spacious area of 5 hectares, plenty of room to kick a ball, pool table, table tennis and of course the large pool.
Plenty of open air parking.
Whilst the space and doorways on the ground floor are suitable for wheelchairs the gravelled outside areas are little more difficult.
Hugh & Dawn father and daughter team originally from Jersey. Hugh has been here since 2003 and joined by Dawn last year.<br/>Hugh & Penny (Dawn's mother) finding life too busy in Jersey, with France on our doorstep it was a simple choice to move within a days drive swapping town for tranquill countryside with plenty of space for the grandchildren to play.
|Year property purchased||2003|
|Why this location?||Within a days drive of the channel ports and ideally spaced between La Rochelle, Cognac and Bordeaux allowing a varied lifestyle.|
|Unique benefits of property||Open countryside views, tranquillity but only 3km from Jonzac market town.
Our large pool and the near 5 hectares of grounds gives plenty of space for all
A delightful family run restaurant whose cuisine raises above the rest
Large aquatic centre with a tropical ambience.
Giant slide, lagoon all heated from underground springs.
Open park area with lots of children's play ground equipment and many activities including archery, bouncy castle, sailing, pedelos and a large lake for swimming with a lifeguard nearby.
Explore Cognac and the old cognac houses enjoy the Blues in July
St Georges de Didonne is only 40 minutes drive.
Discover the most beautiful beaches and the secret beaches in Saint-Georges-de-Didonne.
Between June and September the Jonzac night market on wednesday nights is a must for all. An opportunity to try local specialities and wines of the region with live music, all situated around the covered market designed by Monsieur Eiffel but not as tall as his tower in Paris.