This house is a dovecote of the XVIII century. The dovecot is round inside and octagonal outside. Built in orange brick, with no immediate neighbors, it is located in the countryside.
The owners live in the farmhouse on the same property.
The cottage includes a kitchen open to the living / dining area.
The kitchen is equipped with an electric convection oven, 3 gas and an electric hob, a microwave, a dishwasher, a coffee maker, a breadboard, a grill bread, kettle and fridge / freezer.
The living / dining area is equipped with a sofa, armchairs a flat screen TV with DVD player, and a large dining table.
Wifi on the property.
On the 1st floor a beautiful room (bed 1,40x1,90) with lots of charm, bricks and exposed beams. A bathroom with shower, sink, washing machine, towel dryer, hair dryer. The toilets are independent.
On the top floor a room for children, room and round shaped tipi. 4 beds 0,90x1,90.
The garden is private and fenced, a space is reserved to park two cars.
Children will enjoy tobogganing, swinging and magnificent sand castles. You can dine outside, grill.
- Garden furniture
- Beach umbrella
Complete baby equipment (free of charge): changing table, travel cot, bathtub, high chair, a fence secures the stairs, and games for young children and adults.
Bakery, butcher / caterer, café, pharmacy, doctors 3 km, supermarket 3 km, restaurant 10 km, sandy beach 30 km, Veules-les-Roses 40 km, Dieppe 30 km, Rouen 35 km
Located halfway between Rouen and Dieppe, access is easy by the highway. From there we can go to visit all the local cultural and artistic wealth. The sea is not far.
From here you can easily discover the Normandy coast Dieppe cliffs, the beach, the harbor. You can also visit Etretat and these famous cliffs. Make a pleasant walk in Veules les Roses (one of the most beautiful villages in France). Stroll the streets of Rouen, admire the half-timbered houses, visit the magnificent belfry said "The big clock" 400kg clock and a diameter of 2.50m, visit the majestic Gothic cathedral, where the church of St. Joan of Arc completed in 1979.