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Maison Des Amis Le Guislain

from £72 /night help Price for guests, Nights

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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 12

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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 12

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 32 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Please Note: We do not charge a premium rate for school holiday times.

Welcome to Maison Des Amis, which translates to House of Friends, a traditional French longere located in Le Guislain – Le Bourg, Percy France. Being a Longere this property is quite large (380 sqm) and currently sleeps 12 guests (4 bedrooms), this will hopefully change for 2015/16 with the conversion of two rooms into additional bedrooms, including one on the ground floor and one on the first floor, increasing guest capacity to 16.

This large, detached holiday property is located in the small village of Le Guislain and is ideally located to explore this beautiful and historic region of France. The property retains much of its original character and provides spacious accommodation, with a 42in HD Plasma TV in the living room and two of the four bedrooms having en-suite facilities. Nearby are the towns of Percy & Hambye with all amenities and historic places to visit such as Hambye abbey. The copper working town of Villedieu-les-Poêles, with its working bell foundry and copperware for sale in local shops along with a decent weekend market, is also a short drive away. Granville provides sandy beaches, superb seafood restaurants and seasonal trips to the Channel Islands. The large towns of Avranches and St. Lo are within easy reach, and further along the coast lies one of France's most famous attractions, the 11th-century, monastic abbey at Le Mont St Michel, a must see for visitors to this area.

Ground floor:

Living/dining room with French doors to terrace

Kitchen with French doors to patio area and one of two front entrances

Utility room with large toilet / shower room

Games room

Lobby Area

Cave / Shed (awaiting conversion to bedroom)

First floor:

Master bedroom with 1 x double and 1 single beds – Ensuite

Bedroom 2 with 1 x double and 1 x single beds – Bathroom & Toilet

Bedroom 3 with double bed

Bedroom 4 with 1 x double and 2 single beds – Ensuite

Features

Enclosed garden with two steps

Large Comfy L-shaped Sofa with a recliner at each end and a media centre with armrest and cup holders

Terrace

Gas central heating

Washing machine

Dishwasher – 13 place settings

Microwave

American Fridge / freezer with chilled water & ice dispenser

Sky satellite TV in Lounge (Free channels only)

Blu-ray player

1 x Playstation 3

2 x Xbox 360s & Kinect

Wifi Internet access

Travel Cot

Highchair

Parking

Garden furniture

Barbecue

All linen included

No smoking.

Pets (dogs) Welcomed

Location: 5km from Hambye (all amenities, abbey), 18km N of Villedieu-les-Poêles (museum, zoo, swimming pool), 21km S of Coutances (cathedral, shops, restaurants), 33km E of Granville (sandy beaches, ferries to Channel Islands, seafood restaurants, casino), 65km NE of Mont St Michel (famous monastic landmark).

Cleaning / Linen

Linen/maid service: Bed linen is provided, If you wish to have fresh linen during your stay there is an additional charge, but there are three sets of linen per bed. The property is cleaned before your arrival but cleaning equipment is provided for guest use, please ensure the house is clean prior to departure. failure to do so may incur additional charges for cleaning

Accessibility

The property is suitable for the elderly and children; there are three staircases, one is a spiral staircase to the main bedroom. Wheelchair users would find accessing the first floor difficult from the rear entrances and would have to use the door to the front.

Outside

The longere has a private garden and patio area, with garden furniture and barbecue.

Coast/Beach

Maison Des Amis is located within a 30 minute drive from beautiful sandy beaches of Normandy's west coast that never seem to get busy. The warm shallow sea is lovely for swimming and at low tide you can watch the local farmers with their tractors tending the acres of oyster and mussel beds.

Special interest holidays

Cycling and walking holidays in Normandy and horse riding trails at Mont St Michel

How to get there

The property is easily accessible from the ports of Cherbourg and Caen, each being approximately one hour's drive away, If you prefer the channel tunnel to ferries and seacats then you'll find Maison Des Amis is just a short drive of 268 miles (4 hours) from Calais.

Pets:

We all know that some holiday goers like to share their holidays with their pets, and the owners of Maison Des Amis are no exception. Pets (dogs) are welcome, please clean up after your pets and please do not allow them on the furniture.

Distances

The longere is ideally located for exploring the region with Mont St. Mitchel, The D-Day beaches and Bayeux all within an hour's drive, there is also a copper working town of Villedieu-les-Poêles, with its bell foundry, copperware in the local shops and a weekend market, is also a short drive away. Granville provides sandy beaches, superb seafood restaurants and seasonal trips to the Channel Islands. The large towns of Avranches and St. Lo are within easy reach, and further along the coast lies one of France's most famous attractions, the 11th-century, monastic abbey at Le Mont St Michel, a must see for visitors to this area.

Further details

Just 10 minutes' drive away is the village of Hambye with its two boulangeries for warm French bread and croissants in the morning, and butchers and small supermarket for everyday needs. There are also two bar/restaurants, one serving excellent lunches every day, and two small weekly street markets. Also nearby are the romantic ruins of the Benedictine Hambye Abbey set on the banks of the River Sienne being one of the areas fascinating places to explore with some beautiful walks round about.

The local area provides the perfect opportunity for fishing, walking, cycling, and exploring the cider orchards, as well as sampling delicious food; cheese, cider, pommeau and calvados.

Size Sleeps up to 12, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Granville 32 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Granville 35 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, Games room, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (4), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Parking

The Basse-Normandie region

Normandy is a region in North Western France, Europe.

It is made up of 2 regions: Lower and Upper Normandy. Lower Normandy includes 3 "départements" (counties): Calvados (capital: Caen) , Manche (capital: Saint-Lô) and Orne (capital: Alençon), and Upper Normandy includes 2 "départements": Eure (Evreux) and Seine-Maritime (Rouen).

With its 350 miles of coastline and richly varied landscapes, Normandy gives you a wonderful choice of scenery and culture: the stunning beauty of the cliffs in Etretat or the long sandy beaches, steeped in history, from Caen to Arromanches, the Seine Valley winding between wooded hills and chalk escarpments, the craggy hills of the Suisse Normande, and the patchwork of fields and hedges of the Calvados county with its orchards and timber-framed cottages.

Enjoy Normandy's unique blend of maritime traditions and rural way of life. Marvel at its historic towns and monuments, stroll down quiet country lanes and enjoy local dishes in picturesque villages, or sip a drink by the quayside of one of its old ports while fishermen repair their nets and seagulls soar overhead.

Immerse yourself in Normandy's culture: its renowned museums, monuments and concert halls offer a choice broad enough to suit all tastes, and if you happen to combine a passion for horticulture with an interest in architecture, the fine parks and gardens in Normandy's chateaux will not disappoint you.

This tapestry of coast, forests, countryside and water provides a seemingly unlimited diversity of outdoor activities.

Whether by foot, horseback, canoe, kite surf or parachute, visitors to Normandy get the best of what we have to offer - the Great Outdoors.

Normandy is one of the top destinations for non-stop, child friendly entertainment. Whether by the seaside or in the heart of the countryside, families will find lots to see and do all year round.

Famous for its dairy products, like butter, milk, cream and cheese, the region is also world wide renowned for its apples. Most restaurants in Normandy will use locally sourced products and some producers are delighted to welcome visitors.

Normandy is haute-cuisine heaven for food lovers and visitors seeking authentic culinary experiences.

Percy

The name "Percy" derives from the village of Percy-en-Auge in Normandy from which was derived the English surname, first taken by the Norman lords of Northumbria. From there it came into use as a given name.

Among the only standing buildings after the 1944 bombings was the Notre-Dame church, built in Flamboyant Gothic style from the 13th to the 15th centuries to replace the former castle's chapel; its roof and facade were destroyed, as well as one of its two towers and the top of the other one. The church was partially restored after the war: the facade was rebuilt as a plain green schist wall. It most notably features an outdoor pulpit that Victor Hugo protected from demolition planned for town renovation in 1863. The statue of Notre-Dame du Pilier is from 1467; having been destroyed and remade several times, it is now housed on a column in the apse chapel.

Saint-Lô also has remains of its medieval line of walls. They include: tour des Beaux Regards ("Tower of Beautiful Glances"), commanding the steepest part of the spur of the town, and the Tour de la Poudrière ("Tower of the Gunpowder Store"), the last relic of the old citadel.

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      Calendar last updated:19 Apr 2015

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