Set in 2.5 acres of land, bordered with a small river flowing at the bottom of the garden,
Le Prieure des Dames has plenty of room for you to relax.
The extensive property has 3 large bedrooms, all with shower en-suite facilities, a two room gite and an enormous, tranquil dining room with a door leading to the balcony over looking the large, heated, swimming pool and gardens.
Bedroom 1 has a super-king size, leather sleigh bed, plenty of storage, a free-view television, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities and fridge, the stylish, en-suite has a double shower, wash hand basin, WC and storage.
Bedroom 2 has a unique, king-size pine bed, handmade by a master-craftsman carpenter, plenty of storage, free-view television, wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge and a large quadrant luxury shower in the en-suite bathroom.
Bedroom 3 is enormous. Offering 2 double beds, plenty of storage, free-view television, wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge and luxury double shower in the en-suite bathroom.
Each room has vaulted ceilings with oak beams and rafters, cut from trees that stood 900 years ago. Some of the carpenters, who constructed the roof, carved their initials in the timber ~ their pride in their work lending a poignancy to the house.
The Gite is completely self-contained. It has it’s own entrance driveway, parking, garden and elevated terraced patio area, where you can eat alfresco, cook in or out on your own barbeque and admire the gentle, rolling countryside and calmness of the area, over a glass of local wine. The accommodation comprises a large lounge with a beautiful fitted kitchen, gas hob, electric oven, integrated fridge-freezer and washing-up facilities. It is furnished with 2 comfortable sofa beds for extra accommodation, dining table and chairs, free-view television, Wi-Fi and a large log burning stove.
The huge bedroom has its own spacious, en-suite double shower and facilities, a super-king-size bed, a day bed, which becomes another double bed, a wall of fully fitted, mirrored wardrobes and a log-burning stove