Our 6 people gite derives its name from its former function as a milking stable.
The main entrance leads onto a hallway with access to a toilet, a storage cupboard, the stairs to the first floor and the entrance to the kitchen and living room.
The living room features four tall windows on each side, supplying ample light. The open kitchen is furbished with a fridge-freezer, dishwasher and oven with electric boiling ring. The room is adorned with a solid wooden table and you may enjoy a good glass of French wine in front of the wood-fired stove. A separate corner is reserved for child’s play.
The gite’s wood-fired stove provides plenty of warmth which, thanks to aircirculation, heats the first floor as well.
Ascending the wooden stairs to the first floor, you will enter the sleeping quarters. These consist of two larger and one smaller bedroom. All have two single beds which may be joined, a sink with mirror, quaint cupboard space and historic dormer-window. A second toilet can also be found on this floor.
The bathroom has a good shower, sink with mirror, washing machine, heating rail for the towels. There are plenty of (storage) surfaces for e.g. a changing mat for the baby, as well as a historic dormer-window.
Surrounding the gite is a terrace providing views of the orchard with ‘black-headed’-sheep and surrounding countryside.
‘Salle de Traite’ is available per 1 July 2007.
Please see the page on 'tariffs and conditions'