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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 5
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 5
All the rooms are beamed. Accomodation on the ground floor comprises of a cosy lounge with French windows opening onto the back garden, a large fireplace with enclosed wood burning fire and TV receiving British channels, an airy dining room with an additional television. A renovated kitchen, complete with cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave oven and fridge freezer, and a modern shower room with shower, toilet and washbasin, tradional L -shaped oak staircase leading to the upper floor. Upstairs are 2 large bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is double bedded with a door leading to bedroom 2 which has 2 single beds and a folding bed available for a fifth guest, also enclosed lawned front and rear gardens, with furniture and BBQ.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Quend Plage les Pins -sandy, Cayeux sur Mer - pebb 60 km|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Charles de Gaulle 110 km, Nearest railway: Amiens 35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (3), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details outdoors|
All power and logs are included in the price
A tumble dryer is available in the barn
The Picardy region
The climate is very mild and pleasant. The cottage is a traditional Picardian/Normandy style farmhouse which is approx. 200 years old, having been extensively renovated in recent years to include all the mod cons, while maintaining the old world feel, with the large wood burning fireplace and original beams. It is situated approx. 8 km from the Normandy border in the rolling countryside of the Somme.The area is steeped in the history of the World Wars, with several interesting museums and memorials to them, including some original 1st World War trenches. It is a convenient location to visit beaches, pretty coastal towns, the Marquentere bird sanctuary at the Somme estuary, Paris and Rouen.The ancient 'underground city' of Naours is approx. 3/4 hr away, as is the prehistoric exhibition centre at Samara. The theme parks of Disneyland Paris, Park Asterix ( north of Paris),and Bagatelle( near Le Touquet) are 1-2 hrs away by car.
Amiens is the capital of Picardie and boasts the largest cathedral in France. It is an interesting city to wander around with plenty of opportunity to shop and eat, with an interesting old town area on the river.There is a large market on Wednesdays.
Poix de Picardie is the nearest town (approx. 15 mins by car) with a large supermarket, restaurants, swimming pool, tourist information and Sunday morning market.
Horse riding is available in the small town of Conty nearby.
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17 Nov 2013
Our stay was incredibly comfortable in this beautifully kept cottage. We visited the many surrounding towns and found so much to do and see. The cottage owners were incredibly helpful and friendly. Highly recommended to all.
21 Oct 2013
"A haven to return home to each day"
This was a lovely well presented home with all necessary facilities for a self-contained stay. The home was spotless, full marks to the cleaner. Loved the decor, very appropriate for a country retreat. Lots of information provided about the surrounding area, with many tips on what to see and when.The animals next door were entertaining and showed as much interest in us as we did in them. We found the instructions from Charles de Gaulle to the cottage particulary helpful as we had never driven in France before. Thank you to Sue and Geoff for such a beautifully presented cottage. We thoroughly enjoyed our time.
15 May 2013
"A great place to recharge and relax"
We had a great stay in Les Cerisiers. The cottage is beautifully restored and also very well equipped. The log fire was very welcome and we made good use of it. We enjoyed exploring the local area, including trips to Amiens, the coast and walks around the Somme battlefields. The cottage is in a very rural area and you do need a car, but we loved the peace and quiet and the chance to unwind.
8 May 2012
"As Lovely as it Looks!"
Les Cerisiers is a truly first rate holiday home. Immaculately clean and oozing charm, we felt at home from the moment we let ourselves in. The cottage is extremely well equipped and comfortable and there were no nasty surprises - if anything the details on the website don't do it justice. The front and rear gardens are enclosed, making it ideal for families with young children, and the entertaining goat, donkey and chickens in the field next door add to the rustic charm of this historic gite. There is plenty to do in the surrounding area and we had a wonderful week exploring. A car is essential as the nearest shop would probably be over an hour's walk away, and European sat-nav was invaluable. The only negative is that there really is nothing within walking distance - it's VERY rural! It would have been nice to have been able to walk out to a bar in the evenings or to a bakery in the mornings.
9 Feb 2012
"The Perfect Getaway"
This was the 3rd time have stayed at Les Cerisiers. For us, it is the perfect holiday. The house is full of character, yet modernised for all those creature comforts. It is equiped with everything you could possibly need. It is in the quietest of villages - you have to go to the next village to get to the nearest shop (we always stock up on the way there on the Saturday, and walk to the shop across the fields when we need anything else). The bread & cakes from the baker in his bread van are out of this world. But, disappointing that some of the supermarkets are now trying to make long-life batons - beware, you may find these indigestible. If you want to experience the pace of life how your grandparents had it, this is the place to go. Lunchtime siestas; early closing days; week-ends off; miles of empty roads; geese, chickens, goats & donkeys everywhere. If you want 24hour everything, go follow the crowds to Benidorm, and leave the French countryside for those of us that really appreciate it. Jeff & Sue, thank you so much for the letting us use your French home for holidays. It is a real priviledge (PS: we finally got to see next door's goat riding on the mules back. Hilarious)
19 Nov 2011
"An amazing, quiet and peaceful cottage with lots to do."
I thought this cottage was a brilliant retreat from working. I wanted a nice, clean and stress-free holiday with enough to do at a minutes notice. This was the case. For others considering this cottage, I will try and break down some of the key aspects of my stay. Cleanliness The cottage was immaculate. It has obviously been given a lot of time and thought. It was clean on arrival with some basic liveable rations (e.g. vegetables, drinks, etc.). All the bedding, towels, etc. were clean and spares were available. Value The cottage was definitely worth the amount I paid. Enough said! Location and activities A brilliant location as it is quiet and peaceful, but within driving distance from 'bigger' places. The cottage had an array of leaflets and reviews of local activities and sights of which I chose Disneyland, Amiens and a few coastal places. Overall I will return hopefully.
11 Sep 2011
"We have visited this cottage several times before this trip."
We first visited this lovely cottage in September 2007, and have returned many times since. It is situated in a very quiet and serene village, an ideal getaway. The cottage has always been clean and tidy upon our arrival and is very well stocked, with all home comforts, including an open fire. The villagers are friendly, and as there is a mule, goat, dogs and many chickens next door ideal for children. There is a small supermarket a short car ride away.
8 Sep 2011
"Beautiful cottage in a quiet village and extremely well equipped."
The directions to the cottage were brilliant. We found it without a problem. Hints left in the handbook were very helpful. The cottage was brilliantly equipped by far the best we have stayed in. The owners were extremely helpful when I contacted them. You are not far from auto route connections.
4 Jul 2011
"Charming Cottage in Normandy Style"
The cottage is charming and welcoming. The welcome also includes the mule (Theodore) and goat (Jemima) that come to the fence from next door for their carrots. You need to be aware that the second bedroom is accessed via the main bedroom and the bathroom is downstairs. And in my opinion is not suitable for disabled. The rear garden is lovely for relaxing in and the villagers were all friendly.