The accommodation is in an old village house, restored and redone with love and respect for old buildings. Stone walls and vaulted ceilings have been kept. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms with large beds; a room with a single bed (which leads to one of the double rooms); a dressing room; and toilets. We climb again to reach an extra room, which has been converted into an attic - it has a limited height and would be better for children. There is a balcony with wonderful views of the valley and, at a distance, the sea.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, a lounge with TV and fireplace, as well as a table, a well-appointed kitchen, a bathroom, and an additional toilet. We kept as many old features as possible, including vaulted ceilings, to preserve the ambiance of our family home.
Outside there is a garden with table, chairs, BBQ, etc., from where there is a view of the whole valley, and on large slopes covered with scrub in front. A few steps from the kitchen, it is ideal for meals. Everything is calm and quiet, far from the roads; winged fauna abounds there, including king kites that often hover across the valley.
The accommodation is in an old village house, lovingly restored and modernized, retaining stone walls and vaulted ceilings. Upstairs there are 2 rooms with double beds; one room with a single bed; a dressing room for clothes etc .; and a toilet. Upstairs again, under the eaves, is an extra sleeping space with double bed There is a balcony with a splendid view of the valley and the distant sea.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, lounge / lounge with TV, fireplace and a table, well-equipped kitchen, a bathroom, and an additional (separate) toilet. We have kept many things in mind, we have been able to go back to our home.
Outside there is a garden with seats and a table, barbecue etc. This overlooks the entire valley, with steppe maquis-clad hills sweeping up opposite. It is ideal for taking meals - just a few steps from the kitchen. The situation is very quiet and peaceful, well away from roads; bird life abounds, including the red kites who glide across frequently.
Access of travelers
access to everything except the closet of the living room and the cellar.
Exchanges with travelers
exchanges during the reception and departure; as well as by telephone if necessary
Occhiatana is a typical Corsican village. At 3 km is Belgodère, which is a larger village where there are some shops, restaurants and other amenities. The area is quite unspoiled, but nearby is Ile Rousse, which is a lively and tourist town with a beach, lots of shops, restaurants, bars etc ... Half an hour away, we can also find the breathtaking Tartagine Valley, surrounded by magnificent mountains.
Occhiatana is a typical Corsican village. Just 3 km away is the larger village of Belgodere, with a few shops, restaurants and other facilities. This is a completely uninhabited part of Corsica, yet within reach of the sea and the lively resort town of L'Ile Rousse. Just half an hour away, through winding mountain roads, is the breathtakingly beautiful valley of the Tartagine, surrounded by towering mountains.
You can park for free on the village road which is about thirty meters from the house, without level difference.
Parking is free, on the village road approximately 30 meters away, without difference in level.