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Wendy Anderton
Garbellant 10 Route de Brossac


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price from €75


0545 989448


0674 050220


Description for B&B:

We offer two spacious double rooms, each featuring their own ensuite bathrooms for added convenience. Our charming establishment also includes a cozy breakfast room, a delightful dining room, and a comfortable lounge area for our guests to relax and unwind. Surrounding our property are extensive gardens, providing a serene and picturesque atmosphere. Additionally, we are pleased to accommodate any extra beds upon request, ensuring a comfortable stay for all.

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Welcome to Garbellant, where you can experience the charm of our spacious and beautifully decorated accommodations. Each gite is equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a washing machine, microwave, and fully fitted kitchen.

The Barn boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, with one of the bedrooms and bathrooms conveniently located downstairs. Field View offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a separate toilet on the ground floor. The Stables provides 2 bedrooms, comfortably accommodating up to 5 people, and features 2 bathrooms. Owl View is a cozy retreat with 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4 people, and offering 2 bathrooms and a toilet downstairs.

All our gites are nestled within the picturesque 10 acres of land that make up Garbellant. As our guest, you can enjoy the refreshing swimming pool, delightful swings, and convenient barbecue areas. Additionally, each gite comes with its own garden area and terrace, allowing you to fully embrace the natural beauty that surrounds you.

Choose Garbellant for an unforgettable holiday experience, where comfort, relaxation, and enjoyment await you.


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To reach your destination, head south of Barbezieux st Hilaire and follow the N10. Then, take the D2 road which is signposted for Baignes/Touverac. Look out for it on the left side of the road after crossing a small bridge.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 75 105 400 600 10 8
Holiday Home 4 120 240 300 860 10


Swimming Pool
Disabled Access


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