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Holiday home with private pool, Maison Aubrée.

Holiday property in South West France
Private heated pool with lawned garden
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Holiday rental in Saint-Jean-d'Angély, Charente-Maritime, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

6 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | sleeps 12

Introduction

Large, traditional farmhouse, fully renovated to a high standard throughout to offer spacious and welcoming living accommodation with 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.

The property dates back to the 18th Century and has been sympathetically restored to showcase its great character, with exposed brick and stone and ceiling beams. Large garden with pool 11m x 5m with automatic security cover and large sun terrace.

Further covered and shaded sun and dining terraces.

Fully equipped games room with flat-screen TV and PlayStation, table football, table tennis, multi-gym, punch-bag and darts.

UK satellite TV and Wi-Fi internet.

All bedrooms have super king-size beds and ensuite bathrooms.

The property is situated on the edge of a small hamlet, surrounded by fields of maize and cattle. The nearest village (Tonnay-Boutonne) is 3 minutes drive and has a grocery store, bakers, butchers, bank with cash point, garage, etc.

La Rochelle (40 minutes) is one of the prettiest harbour towns in France and is most famous for its old harbour and its three outstanding medieval towers.

The vibrant lifestyle attracts an international set and there are trendy bars and excellent restaurants aplenty.


Accommodation details

Main house;

Kitchen with dining table, oven and hob.

Door to terrace and garden.

Utility Room with washing machine, dishwasher, dryer.

Living Room with flat-screen TV with UK satellite channels, DVD, CD, Wi-Fi internet.

Bedroom 1, super-king-size double with two singles on mezzanine with ensuite WC, bath / shower and hand basin.

Separate bathroom with WC, bath, separate shower and 2 hand basins.

Door to gravelled rear garden.

Stairs to 1st floor;

Bedroom 2, super king-size double with flat-screen TV.

Bedroom 3, super king-size double with ensuite shower and hand basin.

Separate WC.

Door to small covered terrace and stairs to covered courtyard and garden.

House 2;

Kitchen with dining table and chairs, oven and hob, fridge freezer.

Utility room with dishwasher, washing machine and dryer.

Door to garden.

Bedroom 4, super king-size double with ensuite WC, shower and hand basin.

Door to garden.

Bedroom 5, super king-size double with ensuite WC, shower and hand basin.

Door to garden.

Stairs to 1st floor;

Mezzanine with flat-screen TV and sofa.

Bedroom 6, super-king-size double with ensuite WC, bath / shower and hand basin.

EXTERIOR;

Games room with flat-screen TV and PlayStation, table football, table tennis, multi-gym, punch-bag and darts.

Separate WC.

Enclosed walled garden.

Gated gravel drive with space for 5 cars.

Private pool 11m x 5m with automatic security cover.

Sun terrace and loungers.

Garden chairs and settee.

Open arbour.

Separate terrace with large wooden table and chairs. BBQ.

Lawn surround and fruit trees.


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Rental Rates

DatesChangeover dayChg. overMinimum stayMin. stayDailyWeekly
28 Mar 30 May Saturday Weekly - € 1,945
30 May 18 Jul Saturday Weekly - € 2,485
18 Jul 29 Aug Saturday Weekly - € 3,145
29 Aug 03 Oct Saturday Weekly - € 1,945
Refundable security bond€ 750

Tourist Tax
Where applicable, Pure France is required to collect and remit local government tourism taxes on behalf of our property owners. These taxes are calculated and collected from guests at the time of booking. Pure France then remits collected taxes to the applicable tax authority on the property owners' behalf.
For this property tourist taxes are due between 01 January and 31 December and will not exceed € 2.53 per adult per night.


Location

The property is situated on the edge of a small hamlet, 10 minutes from Saint-Jean-d'Angély (between Cognac and La Rochelle) surrounded by fields of maize and cattle. The nearest village is 3 minutes drive and has a grocery store, bakers, butchers, bank with cash point, garage, etc.

La Rochelle (40 minutes) is one of the prettiest harbour towns in France and is most famous for its old harbour and its three outstanding medieval towers.

The vibrant lifestyle attracts an international set and there are trendy bars and excellent restaurants aplenty.

The town is full of fascinating details: look out for the huge chain on the restaurant-filled Cours des Dames, under the Tour de la Chaîne. It used to be slung across the mouth of the harbour, between la Tour de la Chaîne and its felloe sentinel, the Tour Saint-Nicolas.

Third of la Rochelle's seafront towers is la Tour de la Lanterne, in which a huge candle was lit nightly as a beacon for incoming craft.

Another impressive piece of architecture on the harbour is the porte de la Grosse Horloge. Behind this portal, the town center is easily reached, and on the bustling arcaded streets, you'll see plenty of fine architecture.

With its café and clubs, this is an exuberant town at any time of the year, but it excels during the summer with an international film festival and in mid-July, the nation's top musical happening, les Francofolies, in which French-speaking musicians and music-lovers from all over the world congregate. The songs may be French, but the ambiance is universal!

Other towns nearby: Cognac (30 minutes), Saint-Jean-d'Angély (20 minutes), Bordeaux (1 hour 15 minutes) and Poitiers (1 hour).

On the Atlantic coast, between the châteaux and the castles of the Loire Valley and the Bordeaux vineyards, lies Poitou-Charentes, one of the sunniest parts of the French Western coast.

Its mild climate - 2,250 hours of sunshine per year - makes it desirable to visit anytime from early spring to late autumn. A 300 mile-long coastline with fine sandy beaches, backed by fragrant pine forests, lively resorts such as La Rochelle, Royan and the islands of Oléron, Aix and Ré provide attractions to tempt everyone from the beachcomber to the bathing-belle.

Inland, the scene is one of serenity, with vast horizons and wooded valleys, the Poitou fens and Marais Poitevin, the soothing tranquility of canals, the valley of Vienne, the foothills of Charente and the Cognac vineyards.

Poitou-Charentes is one of France's best kept secrets: a sunny and serene land of green meadowlands, sandy beaches, pine forests, romantic marshlands and Romanesque churches overlooking a luminous landscape of cognac vineyards. Poitou-Charentes is a region whose unspoiled treasures and timeless rhythm welcome its visitors with Old World charm.

Cognac, the world's best-known brandy comes from the peaceful countryside surrounding the Charente River one hundred miles North of Bordeaux. This slow moving river, which King François I called the loveliest river in his kingdom, passes through a placid landscape of vineyards bathed by a clear and radiant light. A twenty-mile area called the 'golden circle' of cognac production encompasses Cognac and the second distilling town of Jarnac.

Cognac, the medieval town which bears the name of the region, is attractive with its narrow medieval cobbled streets and elegant Renaissance facades.

It is here that the fabled nectar has been created since the 17th Century and that the very air one breathes is permeated by the heavy scent of spirits evaporating from oak casks held in storage: this aroma is referred to as the 'angels's share'.

World famous firms such as Camus, Hennessy, Martell, Otard, Prince Hubert de Polignac, Rémy-Martin, Courvoisier, and Renault-Bisquit are located here; each distillery has its own secret and unique process for mixing the various blends of its eaux-de-vie. Join a guided tour to learn about the double-distilling process that goes on in copper stills before the ageing in oak barrels where the precious liquor will improve, taking on its final bouquet and famous golden glow.

Take a barge or a small train and discover the history of cognac, its vineyards, distilleries and museums which show you not only how it is made but proudly display the oldest reserve of cognacs dating back to 1830. Then how about a taste!

Saint-Jean-d'Angély, Charente-Maritime, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France


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