|Camellia Cottage||Self Catering||Saturday||3||7||3||Double sofabeds in lounge and twin bedroom|
Camellia Cottage – Sleeps 6-11
One of 3 cottages at La Logerie. Camellia cottage has 3 bedrooms, all with en suite shower rooms and separate wc's. One double on ground floor and upstairs, one double with additional single bed and one twin with double sofabed. Large open plan kitchen / diner / lounge, with additional double sofabed. Door to terrace.
The cottage is stone built with a wealth of oak beams having been lovingly restored to incorporate the best of it's traditional features.
Fully-equipped with oven, hob, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric kettle, toaster, coffee-maker and enough crockery, cookware and cutlery for 11 people.
Large dining table to sit 12 people.
Traditional fireplace with wood burning stove. Comfortable seating, English satellite tv, dvd and cd players.
Bedroom one on ground floor - one double bed
Bedroom 2 on first floor - one double bed and one single bed
Bedroom 3 on first floor - 2 single beds and one double sofabed
Also one double sofabed in lounge
All bed linen supplied.
All 3 bedrooms have en suite shower rooms and separate wcs. Hairdryers and towels supplied.
Electric convector heaters in all rooms and a wood burning stove in the lounge.
English satellite tv, dvd and cd players. Wi-fi available.
Private terrace with table and chairs and bbq.
17 acres of grounds with 12 x 6m heated pool, sunbeds and parasols with hot tub, table tennis, table football, childrens darts under a covered terrace.
Childrens play area with swings, slide, seesaw, climbing frame, sandpit, trampoline and playhouse.
Volleyball and badminton courts.
Secure off-road parking.
Library with books, dvds and tourist information leaflets.
Laundry room with washing machine.
Both Gill and I were born in the north west of England and have lived at La Logerie for the last 10 years after seeing and falling in love with it. We are both animal lovers and have horses, pet sheep and chickens living here with us. We love the countryside and enjoy sharing our beautiful part of rural France with our guests.
|Year property purchased||2006|
|Why this location?||We just fell in love with the property and the area.|
|Unique benefits of property||Peace and tranquillity, beautiful scenery and nature at it's best. This is a really lovely area for walking, cycling and bird watching but there is also lots to do in the area and being set in 17 acres means we have loads of space for children to explore. For those who enjoy their food there are plenty of restaurants to try in and around our local villages.|
Theme park using multimedia, cinematographic and audio visual techniques.
A primate park without cages with 30 species without barriers. Includes a small petting zoo.
Hire of canoes, kayaks, pedalos and stand up paddles. Go for a 5 or 10 km paddle along the Vienne river and return to your departure point by bus.
Au Pre des Chevaux. Pony trekking and lessons.
Set in a chateau in the medieval town of Chauvigny. Display of birds in free flight.
Go for a bike ride on an old railway line on specially adapted bikes that can seat a family. Train rides also available.
Climb, walk and swing through the trees, bungee jump and zip wires.
Man made beach on the side of a lake with bars restaurants and boats for hire.
Extreme water sports park.
Motor and motorbike racing at the Val de Vienne, France's 4th largest racing circuit. Championship races throughout the summer.
Very French, very friendly, very popular. Set lunchtime menu, excellent value. Special menu with live music on Sunday.
Award winning restaurant, very welcoming, never disappoints. Evening and lunchtime menus.
A lovely restaurant with an outdoor terrace overlooking the river. Children well catered for. Evening and lunchtime menus.
Set on the river Vienne with an outdoor terrace, excellent food and value. Even have an occasional fish and chip evening which the French love. Evening and lunchtime menus.
A very pretty, warm and welcoming restaurant serving traditional French food. Very good reputation. Evening and lunchtime menus.
Very pretty dining room, serves good food at reasonable prices. Evening and lunchtime menus.
Recently refurbished and re-opened, starting to get a good name for the quality of its food. Evening and lunchtime menus.
A wooden building, hence the name, with an outdoor seated area under the trees. Simple food but good value, specializes in moules and frites in the summer. Evening and lunchtime menus.
An excellent plat du jour. Very popular with the french particularly at lunchtimes. Evening and lunchtime menus.