This recently renovated house has many character features such as beamed ceilings, quarry tiles on ground floor, shuttered, double glazed windows and some natural stone walls . Comfortably furnished, central heating, plus wi-fi Internet. The sitting room has 2 sofas, one of which provides a further bed for one, and 2 comfy chairs, Satellite TV receiving French, English, German, Dutch and Spanish channels, DVD plus good selection of films. The newly fitted and well equipped kitchen has a large fridge/freezer, gas cooker, microwave, washing machine, kettle, Dolce Gusto coffee maker and toaster. There is a bedroom on the ground floor with a single bed, chest of drawers, en suite shower room with shower, vanity basin & WC. Easy stairs lead to first floor and two bedrooms, one with a double bed (160 cm) and one with 2 single beds, plus TV for watching the good supply of videos. The single beds can also be joined together to give a large king size bed (180 cm) if preferred. Both bedrooms face south and overlook the grassy fields, plus the occasional cow! They also have wardrobes, bedside tables, chest of drawers and are carpeted. Shower room with shower, washbasin, WC.
Bakery: The local boulangerie is 3kms away
There is a children playground in the village with a variety of slides and swings.
Tennis court with an all weather surface available in village.
Leisure activities: There are safe, sandy beaches all along the coast line, with seafood restaurants alongside to sample the freshly caught shell fish. Walking and cycling enthusiasts have a good choice of both coastal and inland walks. There are numerous places to visit including the Abbey at Le Mont St Michel, walled city of St Malo, tapestry at Bayeux, and the WWII D Day Landing Beaches. In addition to visiting the many churches and châteaux in the area you can also visit a local bell foundry, local farms where they make cheese, honey and Calvados. Zoos, aquariums, miniature railways, wind surfing, golf, horse riding and sailing are some of the attractions on offer. Daily markets in nearby towns are a must to sample all local produce. From Granville and Barneville Carteret it's possible to travel by ferry to the Channel Islands during the summer and all year round from St Malo. Trains run from Coutances and Granville to Paris and Disney. Swimming pool, Ice skating rink and bowling alley at Coutances just 5 km away
Worthwhile visiting all year round: La Manche in Normandy is a good place to visit all year round - why not take a short break in February and enjoy the Mardi Gras celebrations, or in May when there is a week long music festival all through the streets of Coutances.