Our beautiful country house, large and bright, in the extension of our farmhouse, has become a cottage. What a joy for us, to accommodate people from England, America, Belgium, Australia, Italy, Poland, Croatia, etc. And from France!
Internet with WIFI throughout the house.
Towels provided. The beds will be made on arrival as at the hotel! Electric heating included in the price. Tourist taxes included.
Welcome gift: homemade organic apple juice.
Flexible hours, to be defined by mutual agreement.
On the ground floor, large bright room of 50 m² with fully equipped kitchen (oven, hob 4 burners, sink, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer). And 1 click-clack if necessary.
Upstairs, 50 m²: 1 bedroom with double bed, 2 bedrooms with 2 single beds in each, 1 toilet and 2 bathrooms.
Quiet area. Road very transient.
Many paths for walking, horse riding and cycling.
Your children will have access to the trampoline and swings; they will be delighted, just like you! Large private areas with lawn.
Crockery, pans, tea towels provided.
Flat screen TV.
Games, books and toys for children.
Free: cot, bath, stroller and high chair on request.
Minimum 2 nights.
Total price from 1 to 8 people, per night: 100 € on Friday evening or Saturday night and 55 € the other nights.
Obligatory cleaning: 30 €.
Price for 7 days: 330 €
No tourist taxes to add.
House located 2 km from the village of Hambers, 7 km from Bais, 14 km from Evron, 18 km from Mayenne, 40 km from Laval. 120 km from Mont St Michel.
"The valleys of Mayenne, where is it ?? You go full west and just before Brittany, it's there! A beautiful unspoilt countryside, hilly (the highest point of western France is in Mayenne!), small cities like Laval, capital of naïve art (the Douanier Rousseau was born there!), villages of character like Sainte-Suzanne, one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, inhabitants who will tell you that one lives there well. The travelers feel it. Mayennais invented stays "Slowlydays! ", Stays like home, with a simple and sincere welcome to reconnect with the essential. "
Excerpt from Mayenne Tourism