The house is set in 0.27 acres, with lovely views across the valley of the river Sioule. It offers the following accommodation: kitchen / dining area equipped with electric oven, hob (3 gas rings, 1 electric), fridge / freezer and microwave oven. Washing machine. Comfortable sitting room with tiled floor, log burning fire and 3 piece suite. French windows lead to a terrace. Newly refurbished shower room. Bedroom 1 – double bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets. Bedroom 2 – 1 double and 1 single bed, double wardrobe, chest of drawers, dressing mirror. Outside there is a sun terrace, barbecue.
Local Attractions: Nestling in a quiet valley Les Bouilles tempts you to relax. You can simply sit on the terrace soaking up the summer sunshine in the midst of great scenery or you can be more active. Within walking distance of Les Bouilles you can take part in organised kayaking expeditions. Good walks run through the wooded slopes and open pastures of the Sioulle valley and the Chateau at nearby Chiouvny looks out across the spectacular gorge through which the Sioulle flows. The gorge can best be explored along local and very quiet roads which run through the valley. The woods and lanes behind the house offer great birdwatching and botanical interest. Bars and restaurants are available in nearby villages and all essential shopping is available in Ebrueil (6 miles) and Gannat (10 miles).
Spas and Volcanoes: The sophisticated and historic town of Vichy is about 20 miles away. This provides wonderful shopping, spa and cultural opportunities.
To the south of Les Bouilles (30 minute drive) are stunning landscapes fashioned by volcanic eruptions millions of years ago. This 'Volcano Region' comprises mountains, craters, valleys and hills. It provides wonderful walking in the summer and in winter cross country and downhill skiing. For the more adventurous paragliding is available. 'Volcania' is a major visitor centre and tourist attraction telling the story of how volcanoes formed and shaped the area. Swimming is available in many water filled volcanic craters.