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Saint-Jean-d'Angely area Holiday Chateaus(5)

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  • 5 Bedrooms,
  • 2 Bathrooms,
  • 1 Separate Toilet,
  • Sleeps 10
  • 4 Bedrooms,
  • 4 Bathrooms,
  • Sleeps 10
7 night min stay
  • 8 Bedrooms,
  • 5 Bathrooms,
  • 1 Separate Toilet,
  • Sleeps 15
2 - 7 night min stay
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Saint-Jean-d'Angely area


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Hidden Gem

5 of 5
Just back from a relaxing week at this beautiful French house. Set in an idyllic rural location, surrounded by sunflower fields, this is an exceptionally peaceful accommodation. The house itself is beautiful with exposed beams and great character and was spotlessly clean. Having changed to a self-catering venue recently everything you need is available. The owners Don and Joyce were fantastic and were always on hand to answer any questions, for a friendly chat or to serve the obligatory pineau or gin and tonic! However, they were never intrusive and we were left to our own devices for the majority if our stay. We didn't venture far as there was plenty to keep us and the children (boys aged 7 to 11) entertained - pool, table tennis, pool table - just a day trip to Cognac which was a little disappointing. It would have been nice to have a boulangerie and a restaurant or two within walking distance, but all in all we had a fantastic holiday in a beautiful location.
  • Review Submitted: 04-Aug-2014
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2014

Great French Country Experience

5 of 5
I was truly stunned when I came to stay at the Logis. I imagined that it would be more like the sort of barn-with-a-bed-in-the-hayloft-type gite which those of us who have holidayed in France a few years ago got used to; the sort of place where you need litres of the local wine to get any sleep. Not a bit of it. The place is spotless, with a stunning front aspect and oodles of space and charm. It's clear that a lot of effort has gone into putting this old manor house into shape. But it retains a family feel, with the landlady living close by in the outbuildings to sort out any issues a visitor might have and a few small animals which give it that country aspect, without which such a place could seem lifeless. Only someone weaned on a diet of the most anodyne of hotel resorts could find fault with this place. A look at a map of the wine-producing regions of France reminds the visitor that this isn't just anywhere in France; you're near Cognac, which is a pretty town only half an hour's drive away with fascinating trips round the cognac houses and more besides. Perhaps the reputation of the big brandy makers overshadows the region's wine, but the local Charente red and white, while not well known in the UK, is actually delicious and I spent many happy hours under the trees at the back of the logis quaffing vintages with friends. I am already checking my diary to see when I can go back. . . . .
  • Review Submitted: 28-Sep-2012
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2012