Starting its life as the "cow shed", this pretty cottage has been transformed beyond all recignition. Now oozing character and charm with the warm tones of the tuffeau stone façade, pretty painted shutters, and patio doors, Chinon is a very pretty, welcoming cottage
Entering into a spacious open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area. The traditional features beautifully combine with modernity to make this a real home from home. With sofas and chairs, tiled floors, rugs, and underfloor heating, guests will always stay toasty and comfortable. A pine table and chairs, pretty painted furniture, and a fully fitted kitchen with all the "mod cons" make it easy for eating in with friends and family. You can make your holiday fit around you. Decide what and when you eat. Choose to have a snack when you like, go healthy, or simply indulge in the local produce giving you great quality food.
Utility room with Washing Machine
Electric Worktop Oven
2 Ring Gas Hob
Fridge with small freezer
Coffee Machine, Toaster
FTA Satellite TV
A selection of DVD's and board games
Ipod Docking Station
Ground Floor WC/Bathroom
Blackout blinds on Velux windows
Heated Swimming Pool (Shared)
A spacious ground floor bathroom has a walk in shower and heated towel rail.
The wooden staircase leads to a landing with a, light and airy double bedroom to the left, and a twin bedroom to the right. Both rooms have comfy beds with crisp white bed linen and pine furniture. Fall asleep to the sound of the owls, and awake well rested after a deep "fresh air" induced slumber.
Bed linen and house towels are included, and for guests staying for 14 days, a free change of linen and towels will be offered half way through the holiday.
In your words...
We've just spent a great 2 weeks in this lovely cottage. The pool was very welcome to cool down after long walks in the forest with the dogs (the dogs didn't go in the pool!) Thanks for the restaurant recommendations. It was great to take the dogs and sit outside. They even gave us water for the dogs and made them very welcome!"
-The O'Neill's, Surrey