About this Holiday rental
If St Vaast la Hougue was elected the favourite village of
the French in 2019 it is not by chance: its gentle way of life, its UNESCO
heritage sites, its charming port, its mysterious island (Tatihou). . . and its
gite "Les Thins";! Fisherman's house on 2 floors, tastefully
renovated by Sandrine, this holiday rental will be the ideal partner for a
successful family holiday.
On the ground floor: a fitted and equipped kitchen (induction hobs, microwave, oven, dishwasher, espresso machine. . . ) opening onto a spacious and bright living room (large screen TV, Wifi). A bathroom with multi-jet shower and toilets.
On the first floor: 2 rooms with beds of 160 (or 2 twin beds of 80), a playroom with a BZ.
On the second floor; 1 bedroom with 1 bed of 160, a wardrobe and a BZ.
Outside: terrace and private enclosed garden, garden shed, barbecue, garden furniture, deckchairs.
Bedlinen for rent (20€/bed) - Cleaning service in option (80€) - Electricity, Heating and tourist tax in supplement.
Stay from 3 nights possible (contact the owners).
Foreign Languages: English /
- St Vaast la Hougue was elected the favourite village of the
- Additional bed possible (BZ)
- Enclosed private garden
Type of property : House , floor, terraced
Type of accommodation : Neuf de caractère
Area : 70 m2
Lift (elevator) : Non
Number of rooms: 2
Sleeps: 4 persons
Kitchen : Living room / kitchen
Baby equipment : Non
Pets welcome : Non
Parking: Nearby rent
Payment : Check, Cash, Transfer,
Chambre indépendante N°1 : 1 x 160 cm,
Chambre indépendante N°2 : 1 x 160 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
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