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To make a reservation please contact Ken or Chris on christine.stevens@orange.fr or 0033 962 508 915.   We intend to reply within four hours.

What is the cost:

The weekly inclusive charge for the whole accommodation in 2017, not per person, is:

from November until March - 375€ per week.

Contact us for our Christmas and New Year inclusive specials.

for April, May and June - 416€ per week.

July and August - 494€ 

September and October - 416€ per week.

A booking week is normally Saturday afternoon to the following Saturday morning, though we will be flexible where we can.

Short breaks of four nights are - 324€ outside of July and August.

A heating supplement of 50€ is charged in cash on arrival from October to April, for central heating and logs for the wood burning stove.



What is included:

Simple welcome pack.
All linen and towels.
BBQ coals.
Fire wood suitable for daytime fires is provided outside of the summer months.
Continuous secure WIFI connection included (mobile phone connections are generally good in France).
Continuous hot water.



Payment and important notes: 

We don't need to charge French TVA or UK VAT.

A deposit of 50€ is required on booking.

A cleared payment needs to be with us more than ten working days before arrival as euro in cash, or a bank transfer to a UK or French bank account (details provided with reservation confirmation).

You can use £ (Pounds Sterling) or € (euro) in cash, or United States Dollar travellers cheques (allowing for the cashing or transfer charges) can be accepted by arrangement.


For a cancellation 

- ten days or more before the arrival date we will give a 100% refund     OR

- within ten days we will give a 100% refund provided we can fill the holiday period in full or part.

Apologies we cannot accept credit or debit cards because of the associated bank charges.

In many rural areas and small towns, only French issued credit cards will work in the 24 hour petrol (essence or carburant) stations. We strongly recommend that you keep your fuel tank filled as there can be long distances to the next fuel stop.

We are insured as a Rural Gite under French law with Axa Insurance in France.

OUR INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER ANY PERSONAL EFFECTS, EQUIPMENT, CLOTHING OR CAR LOSSES. Please make sure you have suitable travel and medical insurance (see below).


MEDICAL : Your UK issued European Health Insurance Card should be kept with you at all times in Europe, in case of an accident or emergency. France is essentially a private health care system and can be costly if you need to use it for any reason, and it is paid for at point of need.

DRIVING : There are special equipment requirements for your car, such as fire extinguisher, two warning triangles, and hi-vis jackets for all. Please check you can meet these requirements before you leave the UK, recently this now includes a mini breath test kit in the car from this July (buy on the ferry or immediately at the port of arrival). Speed camera infringements are recorded against your car number plate by the French police. Should you be stopped later in your holiday the police can enforce the payment of outstanding speeding fines, and in serious cases notify DVLA in Swansea of any offence.  You are five times more likely to be breath-tested in France than the UK at any time of the day or night (the limit is 50mgs or about one small glass of wine). The Gendarmes National can stop you in your car without reason. They frequently carry out Control Points at major intersections where they stop every vehicle and check road worthiness and documentation. Your vehicle can be impounded if you cannot present the correct documentation (photo-licence not just the green sheet, insurance certificate for the car and any trailer/caravan, and the MoT test certificate). Generally French police officers are very courteous and relaxed and expect the same in return; they often speak other EU languages and are generally very helpful.

Horses: We have horses and stables on the property and so ask guests not to bring pets with them. Please ask us about the horses and pets at The Cidre Barn. 

The original Les Fourneaux bakery is derelict so we ask guests to steer clear of the building, we can show you the interior by arrangement if you wish.