This charming cottage is situated in a country village, nestled between forests and the River Creuse. It is an independent cottage, which has been completely renovated, finished in 2013, with much respect for its character and charm.
On the ground floor, there is a good sized living and dining room suitable for 6 persons and an independent kitchen. Just around the corner from the kitchen, going up 5 steps there is a passageway leading to the garden and a bedroom, with a large double bed, en suite shower/wet room and toilet. On the first floor there are two bedrooms with washbasins, one with a double bed, the other having two single beds and a separate shower/wet room inclusive a toilet.
The enclosed garden (150 m2) is on two levels, giving a choice of outdoor dining areas. Garden furniture, a parasol, a barbecue are all included.
The advantages of this location
Ideally situated in close proximity to numerous tourist sites
Less than 100 metres away
The River Creuse, Saint Sylvain’s Fountain, a pétanque court, and the peaceful village centre has L’Église Saint Sylvain, a XII century church and a hospitable restaurant, serving excellent, inexpensive lunches. Starting from the village centre are diverse, car free, country tracks available to hikers and cyclists.
Chateau La Geurche
10-15 kilometres away
La Roche Posay, the European capital for thermal skin cures. Likewise having an 18 hole golf course, a public health spa, a hippodrome, a casino and open air markets on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Le Grand Pressigny, an ancient chateau with a museum of prehistory
St. Remy sur Creuse with its Troglodytes Caves
In the region
Chateaus of the Loire, 3 villages accredited by the French as being amongst the most beautiful in France (Angles-sur-Anglin, Montrésor and Crissay-sur-Manse), the vineyards of Haute-Poitou (wine tasting), Haute-Touche which has the largest animal park in France (Parc Animalier de France) with over 1300 animals, Futuroscope and other attraction parks, nature parks and much more.
The Abbey of St-Savin, classified the UNESCO World Heritage site, the medieval town of Chauvigny, ponds and the natural park of the Brenne or simply the different villages and hamlets loaded with history for lovers of old stone constructions (dolmens, Roman roads, rock carvings,...).