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Traditional holiday accommodation in the heart of the bocage countryside
There are three bedrooms at L'Auberdiere. The two main bedrooms have large double beds, seating and storage for your clothes. One has a travel cot available for infants if required. The third bedroom contains a bunk of two full-size single beds and a single pull out mattress underneath if required.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - 8 Acres of grounds to enjoy. Outdoor toys.8 Acres of grounds to enjoy. Outdoor toys.
Pets allowed - Pets are allowed. Must be kept under control. Pets are allowed. Must be kept under control.
Events allowed - Events allowedEvents allowed
No smoking - Guests are not permitted to smoke in the farmhouseGuests are not permitted to smoke in the farmhouse
Max guests: 6
- No wet wipes or nappies to be flushed down the toilet.
- Guests are permitted to smoke in the grounds but must clean up their rubbish.
- All pet waste must be cleaned up and disposed of in the bins provided.
Minimum 2-day vacancy between guest stays
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
Property has guest safety measures
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About Thomas & Joanna
We are an Australian family with a passion for travel and the history of the D-Day landings. With a desire to be the guardians of a piece of such a historically diverse and culturally rich part of the world, as Normandy truly is, we found L'Auberdiere in late 2010. To say it was love at first site is an understatement. We knew immediately that L'Auberdiere is the home for us and we instantly had that feeling that only truly old buildings give, that if we were prepared to put in the love and hard yards to bring it back to life, it would reward is infinitely for doing so! Thus the love affair between has blossomed and in 2014 we completed a restoration of the house. Although we live in Australia, we endeavour to attend the D-Day commemorations in Normandy each year and have done for many years. As the guardians of a WW2 Willys Jeep we further ensure that it makes the trip from Australia with us every 5 years for the big D-Day celebrations, the most recent being the 70th Anniversary in 2014. First and foremost L'Auberdiere is a comfortable and homely family farmhouse. We have the most wonderful neighbours who run a dairy farm across the laneway and we want all our guests to enjoy the peace and tranquility that comes from each and every stay.
Thomas & Joanna purchased this farmhouse in 2011
Why Thomas & Joanna chose Campeaux
As mentioned previously, it was love at first site with l'Auberdiere and we pinch ourselves each and every time we stay there, that we are so lucky to be the guardians of such an incredibly beautiful and tranquil part of such a diverse region as Normandy. The location of L'Auberdiere is ideal for all that Normandy has to offer. With Caen Carpiquet airport 35 minutes away, Vire main line station to Paris only 10 to 15 minutes away and motorway access to explore Normandy only 5 minutes away, L'Auberdiere really is in the heart of rural bocage country, yet ideally located for exploring the region.
What makes this farmhouse unique
Being centrally located, yet tranquil is the unique benefit of L'Auberdiere. It enables guests to head out on explorations in all directions across Normandy, with the convenience of easy travel links and first class infrastructure. At the end of a busy day exploring the sites of this incredible region, little could be better than being able to retreat to the peace and tranquility of your own traditional rural farmhouse and it's 8 acres of stunning pastureland. The ability to recharge the batteries and restore the soul each evening, surrounded by nature, means you are fresh each day for your next adventure.
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