We like to categorize Chez-Georges as a family vacation spot, with all the attractions the area offers, hiking, cycling, castles to explore, and shopping of course, in addition to the layout of the house itself.
Chez-Georges was built as a barn in the late 18th century - was converted to a home in 2000, and to a gite in 2007.
We have tried to make sure there is everything here you would need for your visit - a welcome pack for your arrival, use of a GPS for your stay, so you can always find your way home after a day out - computer, wi-fi, satellite tv, dvd player, Weber Ball-B-Que, tourist information, extra sheets and towels, gas hob, four-way combination microwave, all the cooking utensils, washing machine, clothesline, and a large fenced back lawn (400 + sq. metres) off the rear patio eating area for family fun in the sun.
Bathrooms are upstairs and down, with shower down, and a large soaker tub with shower in the en-suite upstairs. Wood burning fireplaces as well on both floors. The walls of the house are almost a meter thick, allowing George to stay comfortably cool on the warm days of summer days.
And if there are problems, we are virtually next door.