La Vienne - From €465 - €595 per Week
La Vienne is wonderful French cottage gite tucked away in the rural Limousin, France. It’s perfect for a relaxing family holiday, with plenty of places to visit in the nearby area, plus the ‘Grand Lacs de Charente’, a lovely selection of lakes where you can swim, sail or even horse ride.
La Vienne Cottage offers:
- 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4 (each with own bathroom) + 2
- Large garden area with patio
- Games including table tennis
- Welcome pack including milk, bread, butter, cheese etc.
- Bose blue tooth speak
- UK & FR Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Gas Plancha / BBQ
- Wood burner
- Well equipped kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, coffee machine.
La Vienne, is a wonderfully decorated cottage over three floors, it is a 4 + 2 person gite with the provision of a sofa bed for those of you that like to travel with friends. It is more than comfortable for 4, with large spacious rooms for a cottage of this type. There are two good sized bedrooms, one double the other twin; each with their own bathrooms on the same floor. It is fully fitted with all you could want for a comfortable stay.
The ground floor offers open plan living, opening straight onto the front garden which catches the afternoon and evening sun; with a patio area to the rear where you can enjoy the morning sun with your croissant & coffee. With two bedrooms on separate floors, each with their own bathroom; makes this the ideal retreat for two couples or those with children.
Swimming fun – right on the doorstep are the very popular Grand Lacs de Charente, where you can swim, go sailing or ride horses. Haute Charente has the largest lake area of Poitou-Charentes.
The cottage sits almost equally distant between Angouleme and Limoges ~ 45minutes in each direction.
The nearest large town is Rochechouart at just 10km away, with all the amenities you could wish for including restaurants, shops (including two small supermarkets) post office, chemist, small museum, chateau and more. Apart from the stunning chateau, there is a church which has a very rare, twisted, roof spire.
If it is modern history you are interested in then Oradour-sur-Glane is a must place to visit. The original town was destroyed on 10 June 1944, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a German Waffen-SS company. A new village was built after the war on a nearby site, but on the orders of the then French president, Charles de Gaulle, the original has been maintained as a permanent memorial and museum.
Known as ‘the land of green hills and woodland’ everything is around you, waiting to be discovered; it is perfect for those of you who love cycling, walking or running holidays in France. With 25000 acres of water in its lakes and rivers it is perfect for swimming, water-sports or fishing. And, if you want to get a real birds-eye-view of the area you can even take a hot air balloon ride, which often departs from the local lake.
- Children's Play Equipment
- Sports Facilities
- DVD Player
- Linen Included
- Satellite TV
- Smoke Alarms
- Toys and Games
- Washing Machine
- Children Welcome