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maison en pierre proche de ST EMILION House

4bedrooms
8sleeps
4nights min stay

House / 4 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 8

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 99 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Description from owner

Description

Venez séjourner dans cette maison en pierre rénovée dans la ville de Libourne à 6km du célèbre village de Saint Emilion. Cette région regorge d'endroits à visiter, et la maison est parfaitement située pour explorer tous les aspects merveilleux de cette belle région.

Elle se trouve à 1km du centre ville et 700 m de la gare qui relie directement Paris en 3 heures et 20 minutes, et BORDEAUX en 25 minutes.

Le Bassin d'Arcachon est à 1 heure 15 minutes en voiture la Rochelle à 2 heures et la ville de Sarlat dans le Périgord se situe à 2 heures.

Dans le centre ville vous avez un marché 3 fois par semaine.

Devant la maison se trouve une boulangerie, un marchand de journaux, une pharmacie et tous les dimanches un marchand d'huitres.

Description de la maison:

Un salon, une salle à manger, une cuisine (four, micro-ondes, expresso / machine à café, mixeur, grille-pain, lave-vaisselle, lave-linge, fer à repasser).

2 chambres composées d'un

Venez séjourner dans cette maison en pierre rénovée dans la ville de Libourne à 6km du célèbre village de Saint Emilion. Cette région regorge d'endroits à visiter, et la maison est parfaitement située pour explorer tous les aspects merveilleux de cette belle région.

Elle se trouve à 1km du centre ville et 700 m de la gare qui relie directement Paris en 3 heures et 20 minutes, et BORDEAUX en 25 minutes.

Le Bassin d'Arcachon est à 1 heure 15 minutes en voiture la Rochelle à 2 heures et la ville de Sarlat dans le Périgord se situe à 2 heures.

Dans le centre ville vous avez un marché 3 fois par semaine.

Devant la maison se trouve une boulangerie, un marchand de journaux, une pharmacie et tous les dimanches un marchand d'huitres.

Description de la maison:

Un salon, une salle à manger, une cuisine (four, micro-ondes, expresso / machine à café, mixeur, grille-pain, lave-vaisselle, lave-linge, fer à repasser).

2 chambres composées d'un lit double, une salle de bains avec baignoire et douche et un WC séparé.

A l'étage il y a 2 chambres mansardées. Une composée de deux lits simples avec un lavabo et un wc et une autre composée d'un lit double avec un lavabo et un wc .

TV écran plat avec WII et internet.

A l'extérieur une grande terrasse avec un salon de jardin et un barbecue.

Location description from owner

The Aquitaine region

Classified site in 2007 under exceptional urban "Bordeaux, Port of the Moon."

Bordeaux is the first city on a distinguished space as vast and complex that extends over 1810 ha, more than 347 historical monuments, a protected area of ??150 hectares, 3 churches already classified World Heritage in the paths Saint Jacques de Compostela

Beaches and dunes

Dunes and beaches along the coast Gironde are not only a space dedicated to leisure, they are also one of the key elements of a vast ecological gathering a fragile flora and fauna and rich, rarely preserved in France. Dune gray white dune, forest protection, upper beach and ocean beaches, many unknown environments near areas of natural environment.

Libourne

Is at the heart of this territory girondin a monk decided to settle in the early Middle Ages to found a hermitage which became the city of Saint-Emilion, ranked in 1999 with the 8 municipalities jurisdiction World Heritage Humanity by UNESCO as a "Cultural Landscapes", a first for a local winery.

Birthplace of the famous castles Ausone, Cheval Blanc and Petrus, the Libournais was also the scene of the Battle of Castillon won in 1453 by Charles VII and ended the Hundred Years War.

Libourne is the only fortified Gironde built on the right bank of the Dordogne. To see: the place Abel Surchamp and houses covered passages (in arcades), the door of the Grand Harbour, the only remnant still visible from the fortified fourteenth century, and its two towers of the fifteenth century tower and Richard Barred tower.

Guîtres: abbey church Notre Dame (eleventh century) which once protected the village has a beautiful portal style Saintonge. The interior framing, oak, have been shaped by shipwrights.

Another way to discover Guîtres and its surroundings: appointment to the railway museum for a ride on a steam train, patiently restored by a volunteer. The museum also has two locomotives between 1890 and 1947 as well as passenger cars in 1930.

St. Philip Needlework: Point of view on the valley of the Dordogne

Sainte-Foy-la-Grande Bastide thirteenth century, with its arcades and typical half-timbered houses. The Saturday morning market is ranked among the 100 most beautiful in France.

Classified as "old village" Gensac offers a lovely view of the Durèze. Each year, a sound and light show recounts the exploits of legendary local hero Escodeca Stone, Knight Pardaillan.

Rauzan: imposing castle of the thirteenth century. See also the Celestine Cave, carved in the limestone by an underground river, which is also the only one open to the public in the Gironde.

Saint-Jean-de-Blaignac: mills of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries to see along the river Engranne.

Saint-Sulpice de Faleyrens and instead says "Pierrefitte" ("stone stuck to the ground" in Latin or "stationary stone" in Gascon) stands a menhir high of 5.20 m at the foot of which is celebrated every year in June, the summer solstice.

Vayres medieval origin, this sumptuous castle was remodeled in the Renaissance by Louis de Foix, builder of Cordouan. Monumental double staircase and magnificent French gardens cascading down to the river Dordogne.

See also: the Romanesque churches of Saint-Aignan, Cornemps, Petit Palais, Villegouge, Galgon, Coutras, Saint-Médard-de-Guizières, Tayac, Franks, St. Cibard, Saint-Philippe d'Aiguille, Puisseguin, Mountain.

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Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Double Beds, 4 Single Beds
  • 1 family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • Trampoline
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Bicycles available
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • TV
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

Will consider

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Yann.E 1
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Calendar updated:
11 Feb 2016

Languages spoken: French

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