At the heart of a hamlet, in the Eyrieux valley, in the regional park of the Monts d'Ardèche, discover our three fully equipped cottages.
Cottage completely renovated for 5 people, consisting of a main room on the ground floor with kitchen, a bedroom and a shower room upstairs. Access to the floor is via a wooden staircase.
Fully equipped kitchen: electric hob, large electric oven and microwave. Coffee maker. Fridge Freezer. Dishes and necessary kitchen.
Beds: 2 single beds juxtaposed and 1 single bed independent 90 x 200 in the room. Ikea convertible sofa 120 x 190 cm in the living room.
Decorated in a Scandinavian atmosphere.
Heating wood stove.
Firewood available with participation of 8 euros per day of use.
Terrace equipped with garden furniture.
On demand :
Linen package: 9 euros per person.(sheet, duvet cover, pillow, towel, kitchen and bathroom linens).
End of stay cleaning 40 euros.
Our three cottages are located on a property of 14 hectares, on which we live and work. Agricultural operation in the process of being created: organic market gardening and laying hens raised outdoors.
A cheese dairy is present in the hamlet. She offers yogurts, cheeses and other products based on sheep's milk, goat's milk and cow's milk depending on the season.
Shops, markets and restaurants in the village of Saint Sauveur de Montagut located 7 kilometers. You will also find the river with a beach and supervised swimming.
A hiking path passes on the property.
The Eyrieux Valley: In the heart of the Ardèche, this preserved valley between Le Cheylard and La Voulte sur Rhône will seduce you with its unique landscapes. The time of a stay or a small escapade, visit the villages, go hiking, go down the river by canoe, make tree climbing or pedal along the Dolce Via!To admire a breathtaking panorama: breathe the fresh air at Belvédère in Saint Sauveur de Montagut.
Further on, the gerbier-de-rush mount at 1 o'clock, the Ray-Pic waterfall.
Southern Ardèche at 1:30 with its caves (Chauvet cave, Aven d'Orgnac), Pont d'Arc valley ...
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