Les Guyonnieres

This page gives you more details of our rurual gite.  It is  situated away from the main farmhouse.   
Outside garden area
Outside garden area
Kitchen and Dinning area
Kitchen and Dinning area
View from the patio door
View from the patio door
Living area
Living area
Bedroom
Bedroom
Baby lambs in spring
Baby lambs in spring

The gite has its own south facing garden with walnut trees for shade.  There are two sitting areas so you can make the most of the sun. A barbecue is available.

 

There is plenty of parking space, both outside and undercover. 

 

Ducks and hens are free to roam around the farm.  

 

Inside you will find electric radiators in all the rooms.    We will provide all bed linen, towels and tea cloth at no extra cost.  Also included in the price is the electric and gas.  No extra costs to find. 

 

More photos can be seen in my 'Gallery'

Downstairs accommodation

There is a modern open plan kitchen with dinning and seating area.    In the kitchen you will find a fridge, washing machine, gas cooker and microwave.   There is also a kettle and toaster.    There is ample storage space.

 

You will also find a 6 seater dinning room table.

 

The living area consists of 1 2-seater sofa and 1 3-seater sofa, coffee table and TV with both English and French TV and a DVD player.   A selection of games, DVD and books can also be found.

 

There is a patio door which leads on to the barbecue area with views of open fields.


Upstairs accommodation

Upstairs  there are 2 double bedrooms, 2 single bedrooms and 2 bathrooms   It has views of open countryside.  The bathrooms are sunny and bright with shower, toilet and sink.

Please note we do have facilities for babies i.e.   cot, high chair, stair gate 


Les Guyonnieres and the farm

We moved to France 10 + years ago with our two children to enjoy life in the countryside.  We have a small farm and try to produce a lot of our own food.   We currently have  sheep , hens, geese,  ducks,  a dog and a cat.   In the spring we also have a couple of piglets to grow on.      We grow a lot of our own vegetables and have numerous fruit trees i.e.   cherry, peach, nectarine, plums, apples, fig and bushes (strawberry, rashberry).  We also have 2 large walnut trees.

We love where we live and trust you will also enjoy spending a short time relaxing on our farm.