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  • Discover Bougival

    "Up the hill in Bougival, past the shops that crowd the narrow Rue du Général Leclerc and up the Rue du Maréchal Joffre, one finds narrow steps leading to the Rue de Emile Richebourg. Rue Richebourg is really a quiet narrow alley, and beyond the heavy gate at 9 bis, is nestled the quiet lush gardens and the charming house of Monsieur Claude Hainigue, the house of his birth, and one that he now lovingly maintains for his rental clients. Bougival is well-known for the impressionist painters like Renoir who found its proximity and easy access to the city of Paris and its unique combination of long summer days, the river Seine, and nearby villages like Bougival, an attractive setting for their compositions. In Bougival the visitor can walk the route of the impressionists and visit the sites of many of their most famous works such as the Bridge at Bougival (Claude Monet ) and the Ball at Bougival ( Pierre-Auguste Renoir ). We enjoyed several days with the locals on the Isle of the Impressionists at summer festivals during our three-week stay. During our visit we had several sets of short-term guests who stayed in one of the upstairs bedrooms and enjoyed the benefit of their own private bathroom. At the same time, the downstairs rooms of the house provide several areas for family or group gatherings. The house has a good Wi-Fi Internet connection and a good washer and dryer. Access to Paris via RER ( Chatou-Croissy ) or SNCF (Bougival or La Celle Saint-Cloud ) is fast and easy. Monsieur Hainigue is a gracious host and his home is well equipped to be your base exploring the region around Paris such as the Palace at Versailles. The home is well maintained, clean, and the kitchen, while small, has modern appliances and everything that might be needed to cook full meals. There is a patio off the kitchen for a pleasant breakfast amid fig trees and a front porch perfect for cheese and wine in the evenings. The front porch overlooks a large, well-manicured garden with lovely flowers and swing sets for children. It is a pleasant walk down the hill to the butcher, several bakers, small grocers, and several ATMs. The walk back up is guaranteed to keep you in shape. The village boasts a surprising number of activities and cultural events, which are enthusiastically offered at the local tourists bureau and several excellent restaurants, including an outstanding Michelin 1 star restaurant where we had a terrific dinner."
    Guest: Richard W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 9, 2016
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  • Inoubliable!

    "Loué pour la deuxième fois en cet fin de mois de Mars, ce chalet spacieux offrant une vue imprenable sur la vallée de la Bresse est en constante rénovation (La nouvelle terrasse extérieure est parfaite!). Il est idéal pour les grand groupe de 30 à 50 personnes recherchant le dépaysement en plein cœur de la forêt et à quelques minutes du magique Lac des Corbeaux. Système Hifi et éclairage le transforme en boîte de nuit, table de ping-pong, jeu de fléchettes, billard et baby-foot en une immense salle de jeu. Sous la neige de Novembre comme en plein soleil fin Mars, ce chalet est devenu un repère de choix!"
    Guest: Thibaud B. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 29, 2017
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  • On n'a plus envie de repartir tant on se sent bien.

    "Un accueil chaleureux et en toute simplicité qui permet déjà de se sentir en vacances. La maison est grande, grande, grande, sur 4 niveaux (attention aux genoux), d'un grand calme (avec vue sur les jardins, les chèvres et le potager), un voisinage d'une grande politesse et bienveillance. La maison est très bien équipée, les chambres sont vastes, le mobilier de campagne nous a rappelés notre enfance et que le bois est un beau matériel noble. La terrasse nous a enchantés. La maison est toute proche de la gare en voiture (10 minutes en effet), c'est sans doute beaucoup plus compliqué quand on n'est pas véhiculé. Des magasins et grandes surfaces ne sont pas loin en voiture. Il y a quelques jolies promenades dans la nature à faire à pieds dans le quartier si l'on a envie. Rien à dire, sauf qu'on garde précieusement l'adresse si l'envie nous prend de revenir à Dijon. Merci beaucoup."
    Guest: Sandrine L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 24, 2016
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  • Une vue saisissante !

    "Séjour, tres agréable. Le beau temps était au rendez vous, le domaine du Gaou Benat, lui aussi tres agréable. Nous sommes ravis. Merci."
    Guest: Julien B. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 19, 2017
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