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Address:

Marie ROUMIEUX
46 Avenue de Malakoff
Vaux Sur Mer
17640

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Price per night:

price from €69

Telephone:

0546384600

Mobile:

0675022799

Description:

Description for B&B:

Experience a charming room and delectable breakfast in a quaint setting, complete with exclusive bathroom and WC facilities. Indulge in a delightful breakfast room that overlooks a serene garden, while benefitting from the convenience of private parking. Our dedicated staff provide personalized service to ensure a memorable stay. Situated in close proximity to beautiful beaches and bustling shops, our location offers the perfect blend of relaxation and convenience.

Description for Gite

We offer two meticulously decorated apartments, one measuring 45 m2 and the other 70 m2, both classified with 3 stars. These accommodations provide both comfort and convenience. Along with a private parking area, each apartment features a charming private garden. Additionally, our location is conveniently situated near various shops and a bustling daily market during the months of July and August.

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Directions

To get to the house of Melisandre (avenue de Malakoff) from the A10, take the exit for Holy and head towards Royan. The house is situated 40km away from the coast, with beautiful valleys and the sea lying between Royan and ST PALAIS / Wed. It is conveniently located just 800m from the hospital and is directly across from the football stadium. Additionally, it is only 300 meters away from the village of Vaux / Wed.

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Prices

Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
breakfast
B&B
(2 pers.)
3 69 99 15
B&B
(3 pers.)
1 88 115
Holiday Home 3 390 860

Services

Wi-Fi
Parking
Garden
Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed

Attractions

  • Royan Beach: Located in the nearby town of Royan, this beautiful sandy beach stretches along the Atlantic coast. It offers a relaxing atmosphere, beachside cafes, and water sports activities.
  • Palmyre Zoo: Situated in La Palmyre, this popular zoo is home to over 1,600 animals from around the world. Visitors can observe various species, including giraffes, lions, elephants, and penguins.
  • Cordouan Lighthouse: Standing tall at the mouth of the Gironde estuary, the Cordouan Lighthouse is a UNESCO-listed monument. Visitors can take guided tours to explore its historical significance and enjoy panoramic views from its top.
  • La Rochelle Aquarium: Located in the city of La Rochelle, this aquarium showcases a wide range of marine life. Visitors can admire colorful fish, sharks, sea turtles, and even touch some of the aquatic creatures.
  • Fort Boyard: Situated off the coast of La Rochelle, Fort Boyard is a historic fortress known for its appearance in the TV show of the same name. Although not open for public visits, boat tours offer the opportunity to admire it from a distance.
  • Saint-Palais-sur-Mer: A charming seaside town near Vaux Sur Mer, known for its sandy beaches, beautiful coastal landscapes, and a picturesque town center. Visitors can enjoy beach activities or explore the local market and cafes.
  • Saintes: Located along the Charente River, the town of Saintes boasts rich Roman and medieval heritage. Highlights include the Arch of Germanicus, the Amphitheatre, and the Abbaye aux Dames, offering a glimpse into the area's history.
  • Cognac: Famous for its world-renowned brandy, the town of Cognac is a must-visit for spirit enthusiasts. Visitors can take tours of distilleries, explore the historic town center, and learn about the production process of this renowned spirit.
  • Île d'Oléron: The largest island off the Atlantic coast of France, Île d'Oléron offers stunning beaches, picturesque villages, and natural landscapes. Visitors can explore the island's cycling paths, visit the Château d'Oléron, or relax on its sandy shores. 10. Talmont-sur-Gironde: A medieval village perched on a cliff overlooking the Gironde estuary, Talmont-sur-Gironde is known for its narrow streets, charming houses, and the Church of Sainte-Radegonde, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Please note that distances and accessibility may vary, so it's advisable to check transportation options and opening hours before planning your visit.