About this Holiday rental
In a small village, close to two of the most beautiful villages in France (Barfleur and St Vaast la Hougue), this holiday rental has been carefully renovated to offer you all the comforts of a modern one-storey house.
The living room consists of a living room (TV, WIFI), a dining room overlooking an open equipped kitchen (oven, microwave, gas hob, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment. . . ).
The night area offers 2 beautiful bedrooms, the first of 12m² with 1 bed 140/190 and a wardrobe, the other of 11m² with 2 beds 90/190 and a chest of drawers.
The bathroom (hair dryer, towel dryer), a laundry room and separate toilets complete the interior equipment of the house.
Outside, there is a south-facing terrace, a garden furniture, a barbecue and a covered parking.
End-of-stay cleaning is optional at 70€. You have the possibility to rent bedlinen (15€/bed) and towels (10€/person). Electricity is extra. An trzvel cot and a high chair can be provided upon request.
Numéro d'enregistrement : G50818620856
- renovated house on one level
- closed garden
Address of the accommodation
Type of property : House , individual, ground level
Area : 75 m2
Lift (elevator) : Non
Number of rooms: 2
Bathroom : 1
Sleeps: 4 persons
Kitchen : Living room / kitchen
Living room: Oui
Baby equipment : Oui
Pets welcome : Non
Parking: Private parking
Payment : Check, Cash, Transfer,
Chambre indépendante N°1 : 1 x 140 cm,
Chambre indépendante N°2 : 2 x 90 cm,
- Internet connection
- Private washing machine
- Coffee maker
- Garden lounge
The lighthouse of Gatteville the lighthouse
Montaigu la Brisette Animal Park
The fort of Cap-Lévi, a Napoleonic fort
Cherbourg, the city of the Sea and its exhibition on the Titanic or the submarine "The Redoutable";, its natural history or art museums, its Italian theatre, its harbour (the largest artificial harbour in the world), the fort du Roule
St Vaast la Hougue, favourite village of the French 2019, its Vauban towers (Fort de la Hougue and Tatihou Island), the gardens and the maritime museum on Tatihou Island, its oyster beds, its sailing school, its Gosselin delicatessen, its offshore music festival, the St Marcouf Islands
Quinéville, its museum on the 2nd World War, its biscuit factory, its 18th century castle, La Grande Cheminée (remains of a 2nd century building)
Utah Beach, landing beach, its museum on the landing, monuments of memory (tree of freedom, boundary stone of the road to freedom, wrecks. . . )
Ste Mère Eglise, its biscuit factory, its Airbone museum (airborne divisions, C-47. . . ), its Cotentin farm museum (rural and agricultural history of Normandy,) its church (and its parachutist hanging on the bell tower)
Valognes, its museums (of brandy and old crafts, cider, Jules Barbey d'Aurévilly), its special guests who make the city the Versailles Normand, its Gallo-Roman baths Alauna
The Azeville and Crisquebec Batteries
The German cemetery in Orglandes
Camp Patton in Neou
The airship hangar in Ecausseville
Carentan, its port, its canal bridge
St Côme du Mont, Maison du parc naturel régional des Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin, D-Day Expérience : two museums (airborne troop and German HQ), a flight simulation in C-47), a 3D giant screen cinema, a memorial dedicated to airborne troops and a military antiquities shop