Gîte, proche de Neufchâtel en Bray, 30mn de la mer et 15 mn de Forges les Eaux. Dans un ancien corps de ferme, situé à 2 mn de l'avenue verte Paris - Londres . Belle vue sur le paysage normand. Vous apprécierez mon logement pour la luminosité et l'ambiance. Mon logement fait 90m2 et est parfait pour les couples et les familles (avec enfants). Draps et serviettes de toilette sont fournis. Les lits sont faits à votre arrivée. (lit bébé pliant + surmatelas & chaise haute inclus). 4/6 pers
“The stay was great! The gite is stylishly furnished and luxurious! For our girls there was a trampo, ping pong, swing and many games. But they liked the goats and chickens best. They also loved the French sweets. Beds are good and everything is very clean. Beautiful area with recommended Rouen and Étretat. We even went to Paris by train for a day from Rouen.”
Mon logement se situe sur l'axe Paris Dieppe Londres et l'Avenue verte. Au RDC, une chambre double propose un lit 2 pers. et, séparés par un rideau, deux lits gigognes plus un lit parapluie. Salle de bain privative accès handicapé. Un petit déjeuner est inclus dans la prestation. Commerces restaurants piscine, tennis.
“Chantal is a perfect host! Welcome, attentive touches, kindness, availability, and who gives excellent advice on places to visit ... Its jams are indeed delicious and the simple but ideal breakfast with a view of the garden is a favorite. .. The garden is also accessible for dinner in the evening, which makes the whole very pleasant. Very calm, very clean, it is an address that I recommend!”
Old Norman farmhouse renovated in 2013 with a nineteenth century forge, independent in a beautiful landscaped garden of 3000 m2, in the heart of the Normandy countryside, in the country of Bray and the forest of Lyons, one of the most beautiful beech forests in France
“Luminous and charming, spacious and comfortable, we fell in love with this place. It exudes coziness and one can tell much thought went into its decoration and design. It certainly fits the bill of delightful Normandy house and the village it resides in—a collection of houses, ranches, farms and a church—serves as a pleasant backdrop. The owner is top notch, friendly and hospitable. He greeted us with a fire already lit in the living room and was always available to answer our questions. The yard is huge and well-maintained, connected perfectly to the house and a great place to kick a ball or play hide-and-go-seek. Here we found our great escape, far removed from the chaos of the outside world, spending our dusks on the veranda sipping rosé while watching the kids play in the retreating sunlight… before moving in front of the dancing shadows of a glowing fire and asking ourselves what if we could stay forever.”