Located between Alençon and the Alpes Mancelles, (less than 10 minutes) independent accommodation in an old restored farmhouse with secure parking space. Calm and pleasant environment, you will find a living room open to a kitchenette equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, induction hob, coffee maker and kettle. Mezzanine bedroom and shower room with wc. Independent terrace with garden furniture. Ideal for couple or family with a child.
“Anabelle was such a welcoming host and so quick to reply to all communication. Our French was very limited but despite the language barrier, Anabelle was incredibly hospitable and was able to recommend great places in Alençon centre. The guest house is beautiful and stylish and incredibly comfy - great for a short stay and everything we needed!”
We are pleased to welcome you to a breed of race horses. We also offer horse riding or carriage rides. The guest room is equipped with a bed 2 people 160 cm separable and 1 sofa bed for 2 people, TV, bathroom with toilet, a kitchenette (fridge / freezer, hob, microwave). for 4 people and a terrace. Trampoline, gantry.
“We only stayed for one night as a stop over but could have easily stayed for more. The room was lovely and clean and had everything we needed . We are a family of 3 and it was great to have our little toddler in the same room. The surrounding area was beautiful and our little girl loved the horses and trampoline. The best thing was the breakfast, This was the best I’ve ever had (5 star! ) Emilie and her husband were lovely and we will definitely return.”
House with a large fenced garden, 3 bedrooms, located 5 minutes from downtown Alençon, all shops, cinema, a concert hall, 10 minutes from the Alpes Mancelles and 40 minutes from Le Mans.
“Very pleasant, quiet house in the countryside, yet close to Alençon and its shops. Finally a "real" Airbnb accommodation regularly inhabited by a family with a soul and a history. The lounge / kitchen space is particularly convivial, in all seasons. Very well equipped accommodation. We will certainly come back when the weather is fine to enjoy the large garden.”