EXCLUSIVE 16th Century Manor House - Sleeps 6
The perfect retreat for artists and painters, writers and poets, anglers and nature lovers, cyclists and hikers, book worms and lazy-day lovers, philosophers and thinkers.
This large, stone built 16th century manor house offers comfortable accommodation in a charming setting.
Le Val provides a calm space to re-charge and unwind, to enjoy the beautiful views from the terraces, patios and windows, to absorb the charm & atmosphere of past generations and to relax and play with friends and family.
Motorcycle workshop & facilities on site.
ON SITE FACILITIES
COOKING & BAKING
Large fully equipped farmhouse Kitchen
Professional range cooker/oven
Hergom woodburning stove
Kenwood Food Processor
8 seater kitchen table
Bread making machine
RELAXING & READING
UK Freeview TV
Living Room, seats 8
FISHING & GARDENS
Summer House with Sun Terrace
Patios & Terraces
Ornamental Fish Pond
Trout Stream (seasonal)
Gas 4 burner Barbeque & kitchen
Parasols, Outside Dining & Loungers
Sitting room with woodburner
TV & DVD player, UK Freeview
10 seater dining room
3 double Bedrooms
Shared en-suite with Roll Top Bath
Downstairs Shower Room
Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer
Linen & Towels Provided (optional)
Iron & Hair dryer
Motorcycle garage for 4 bikes
Including club room with bar
Workshop with tools
Hydraulic motorcycle bench
LA MAYENNE, FRANCE
The peaceful rural department of the Mayenne is situated between Normandy and Loire Valley.... in the regions of the Pays de la Loire.
The town of Mayenne, like the department, is named after the river which meanders through the countryside.
To the East, Les Alpes Mancelles: a green and hilly region of fruit trees, grazing sheep and streams. St-Céneri-le-Gérei with its Romanesque church containing 12/14th century frescoes perched on a hillside and St-Léonard-des-Bois which also has a Romanesque church are just two of the prettiest villages. Amongst the 230 towns and villages listed, Juvigné is a prime example of a floral European gold medal winning village.
Nearby are medieval towns such as Lassay-les-Chateaux, Domfront and Carrouges.. . all with many sights and attractions.
The property is one hour and 15 minutes from Le Mans, with a range of attractions, including the Le Mans racing circuit
Featuring: Le Mans 24 Hour, Moto GP and Motorcycling Grand Prix, Le Mans Classique
Just 35 minutes from the property, Laval is situated on the river Mayenne and has an imposing 11th century Château dating from the era of the Count of Anjou.
The new High-Speed Train service goes from Laval to Paris (Montparnasse) in 1hour, 10 minutes.
Nearby, Joublain is the largest Roman site open to the public, with its temple, fortress, thermal baths and theatre.
Sainte-Suzanne. The present castle at Sainte-Suzanne dates from the 17th century and there is a museum charting the local history.
To the south at La Frénouse is the Robert Tatin Museum, featuring a series of huge concrete figures depicting such characters as Picasso, Toulouse Lautrec and some 400 examples of Tatin’s work.
Since 1652, Chateau-Gontier has been a market venue - with a market every Thursday. The market sells local produce, including: cheese, meat, poultry, clothing and household goods.
CAEN 2 HOURS
LE HAVRE 2.5 HOURS
DIEPPE 3 HOURS
LAVAL - PARIS 1H,10mins
PARIS airports 2.5 HOURS
RENNES airport 2.0 HOURS
NANTES airports 2.5 HOURS