Living room : 16m², carpet, TV, fireplace, sofa, 3 armchairs, desk.
Dining room : 20m², tiled, central heating, table, chairs, hi-fi.
Kitchen : 15m², tiled, central heating, dishwasher, oven, microwave, sink, 4 electric hobs, fridge, pressure cooker, toaster, coffee machine, cupboards, table, chairs.
Cellar : 15m², washing machine, freezer.
5 Bedrooms, 1 Shower room, 1 Separate wc:
Bedroom 1 : first floor, 8m², carpet, double bed, cupboard, wardrobe. Window with countryside view.
Bedroom 2 : first floor, 10m², carpet, single bed, wardrobe, desk, cupboard. Velux window with countryside view. Accessed via another bedroom.
Bedroom 3 : first floor, 13m², single bed, wardrobe, desk. Window with countryside view.
Bedroom 4 : first floor, 7m², carpet, cot, chest of drawers. Window with countryside view.
Bedroom 5 : first floor, 14m², carpet, double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe, desk.
Shower room : first floor, 3m², tiled, balneo shower, washbasin.
Separate wc : ground floor. Grounds : 100m², enclosed (low wall), near a quiet street. Outdoor equipment: Table, chairs, parasol, barbecue and sunlounger.Stone cottage 180m² / Sleeps 6 + Inf.
5 Bedrooms - 1 Bathroom.
Style : Beautifully presented stone cottage, full of character, set in enclosed grounds. In a peaceful hamlet, within walking distance of the sea and a short distance from all amenities. 60 km north of Mont St Michel. 90mn from both Cherbourg and Caen. On the western coast of the Cotentin Peninsula, 60 km from Mont St Michel and 18 km north of the pretty resort of Granville which is built on a rocky spur. The Upper town boasts a rich architectural heritage consiting of many fine buildings including old picturesque homes and mansions from the 16th and 17th centuries and the Church of Notre Dame dating back to the 15th to 17th century. From "Pointe du Roc", you will enjoy some outstanding coastal views, including the Bay of Mont Saint Michel and the Chausey Islands. Also at Granville you can visit the house and garden of Christian Dior, the Aquarium at Pointe du Roc and the popular casino. Granville also offers many watersports activities and is the departure point for the ferries to Jersey and the Chausey Islands, ideal for a day trip.
Environment : In a small peaceful hamlet, in a country setting.
PLACES TO VISIT:
Coutances. 15 km. Old hill town overlooked by its stunning half-gothic half-Norman cathedral. No to miss on Summer evenings when a sound and light show makes the most of this dramatic building.
Granville. 18 km. Port and lively seaside resort with pleasant long beach and fortified old centre looking out towards the Channel islands. Ferries to the Channel islands and Iles Chausey.
Villedieu les Poêles. 35 km. Little town with attractive old centre and famous for its bell foundry which can be visited.
Denneville. 50 km. Charming family seaside resort across from the Channel islands with long sandy beach and numerous watersports available including wind surfing, sailing and sea fishing.
THINGS TO DO:
La Forêt des Elfes, Cérences. 10 km. Tree top adventure park/Paintball. A 10 hectare of natural woodland with river, offering multiple workshops and courses. Also available is ample free parking and a walking trail. Also paintball available (indoor and outdoor).
Golf Club de Countainville, Agon Coutainville. 18 km. Golf course. 18 holes Par 68 - 5022m. Challenging, well designed and maintained links course with water hazards, between sea and countryside.
Chateau de Pirou. 30 km. Beautiful little castle, thought to be the oldest in Normandy, dating back to the earliest Viking raids.
Zoo de Champrepus, Villedieu les Poëles. 35 km. Animal park. 50 species in an exotic environment. Safeguard of rare species in process of disappearance, 7 hectares of grounds with monkey bars, educational and fun courses. Also miniature farm, ideal for small kids with interactive activities and a game park.
Avranches. 40 km. Pretty market town with attractive centre in the Mont St Michel bay and gateway to Brittany.
Ste Mère Eglise. 60 km. First town to be liberated after the D-Day landings hosting the Airborne Troops Museum with memorabilia of the time.
Mont St Michel. 60 km. Stunning monastery built on a small rocky island linked to the mainland by a causeway. Second most popular tourist attraction in France, it is a real delight to wander the narrow street with shops, hotels and restaurants leading to the abbey, or stroll in the gardens. Guided tour of the abbey itself.
Tatihou Island. 90 km. Just off the coast from the little port of Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, an inhabited and fortified island with maritime museum. Also a paradise for nature lovers and in particular birdwatchers.
HOW TO GET THERE:
Low cost flights from UK to Dinard (90mn), Rennes (1 hr 45mn).
Ferries to Cherbourg (90mn) and Caen (90mn). Household information :
Pets welcome on request with the owner
2 parking spaces on site
General information :
Supermarket: 5 km
Town centre: 5 km
Shops: 2 km
Doctor: 5 km
Hospital: 20 km
Tennis: 5 km
Horse-riding: 5 km
Golf: 30 km
Night Club: 30 km.
To be paid on site:
Security deposit: 300€ cash
Central heating: 50€/week
The property and grounds should be left clean and tidy or a minimum charge of 45€ may be made
Taxe de séjour (local tax): 0.52€/person/day (doesn't apply to children under 13)
Please bring your own bed linen and towels.Flexible arrival day may be considered outside July and August, please ask.Breakage cover (or security deposit) is collected and returned locally unless it says otherwise in Additional information.
Stone cottage 180m² / Sleeps 6 + Inf.
5 Bedrooms - 1 Bathroom.
Style : Beautifully presented stone cottage, full of character, set in enclosed grounds. In a peaceful hamlet, within walkin