La Longère Rose – Cymbeline

La Longère Rose – Cymbeline - From €300 - €900 per Week

Region: Poitou-Charentes / Department: Deux-Sèvres

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La Cymbeline is a stylish 2-bedroom family-friendly cottage in the western region of France and it forms part of La Longer Rose, a gite complex that sits in over two acres of grounds, with a superb pool terrace, a large Games Hangar and many peaceful hideaways.  Travelling as a larger group?  Check out sister gite Felicia. 

La Cymbeline gite offers:

  • 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4 (1 double, 1 twin)
  • Space for cot or extra bed in main double bedroom
  • Satellite TV and DVD player
  • WIFI
  • Heated outdoor pool
  • Large Games Room

Situated in the quiet rural hamlet of Paizay-le-Tort, La Longère Rose is just 5kms away from two busy market towns and conveniently located for La Rochelle, Niort, Poitiers, Futuroscope, La Venise Verte, Cognac country and the Atlantic Coast. It is a superb place to stay.

This holiday cottage has room for four people, plus plenty of space for a cot or extra bed in the master bedroom. The accommodation comprises an open-plan living room with sitting, dining and kitchen areas, a downstairs cloakroom with a WC and a handbasin, a large double bedroom, a second bedroom furnished with twin beds, a shower room and a spacious family bathroom. Outside, the private patio has a garden table and chairs for six, a parasol and a gas-fired barbecue. All the windows have mosquito screens and a stair gate is available.

The open-plan lounge area has two sofas, a coffee table, an uplighter for easy reading, satellite TV with a DVD player and wi-fi/ethernet access to the internet. The bookcase has a selection of paperbacks, plus useful tourist brochures and details of local attractions, markets and restaurants. Board games are available to borrow.

The kitchen offers everything for a successful self-catering holiday.  There’s a 5-burner gas hob, an eye-level electric oven with a spit-roaster, an eye-level microwave/combination oven, a built-in dishwasher, a washing machine, a large fridge-freezer, a range of small appliances, a set of saucepans, Pyrex oven dishes and matching glasses, cutlery and crockery. Kitchen linen is provided, along with an initial supply of cleaning materials and dishwasher tablets.

The double bedroom is furnished with a double bed, a single futon, a wardrobe and bedside tables with lights. There is also ample space for a cot or an additional single bed. A ceiling fan keeps the room cool in the summer and with blankets and heaters are provided for the chillier months. The family bathroom is adjacent. Linen is supplied and changed every week.

The twin bedroom has two full-size single beds, a wardrobe and bedside tables with lights. A ceiling fan keeps the room cool in the summer months – and blankets and heaters are provided for the cooler months.

Adjacent to the twin bedroom is a shower room with a shower, a WC, a well-lit vanity unit and a built-in hairdryer with shaver point. All the taps have thermostatic controls to set the water temperature. Bed linen, towels and bath mats are supplied and changed every week.

Local Attractions

Ile-de-Ré
Just 30kms long and 5kms wide, Ile-de-Ré is the cyclist’s kingdom. You’ll find loads of cycle routes and little villages which are closed to traffic, as well as delightful boutiques to browse in on foot. The best restaurants are in St -Martin-de-Ré, alongside the old harbour.

Silver Mine
The silver mines were discovered by the Romans and mined from the 6th to the 10th century. Initially, the mine’s lead deposits were more important than the silver, but as time went on, it was used to make coins which have been discovered all over Europe. An exhibition (with a commentary in English) explains the formation of the mines and you can also visit gardens where plants were used for medical cures, for cooking and for making dyes.

La Vallée des Singes
Discover over 350 primates and thirty different species living in natural surroundings. Look out for gorillas, silver marmosets and agile Red-faced Spider Monkeys, especially at feeding time! La Vallée des Singes also has a children’s farm, an adventure play area and snack bars – or you can take your own picnic to enjoy in the shady, well-equipped picnic areas.

La Venise Verte
Situated less than an hour’s drive away is Le Marais Poitevin, known as ’La Venise Verte’. Its beautiful landscapes have always been a source of inspiration for artists and poets. For over a thousand years, this verdant area of marshland (which was once a coastal gulf leading to the port of Niort) has slowly been reclaimed and now has a picturesque network of canals crisscrossing it, which you can explore on foot or by hiring a boat or bicycle. The quaint villages have plenty of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy a refreshing drink or a relaxing lunch.

 

 
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