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Sue Rolls
1, Bis Route Du Bois, Argentieres



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On the upper floor, there is an elegant oak staircase leading to a spacious mezzanine where guests can sit and unwind. Adjacent to the mezzanine are one double bedroom (with the option to accommodate a travel cot or single bed if needed), two twin bedrooms (one with space for a travel cot or single bed if required), and a room with full-size bunk beds. Additionally, there is a room with a shower and another one with a shower, toilet, and hand basin.

Moving downstairs, there is a comfortable double bedroom with an en-suite featuring a walk-in shower, toilet, and hand basin, suitable for elderly and disabled guests. Furthermore, there is a separate room with a toilet.

The kitchen and dining area, separated from the living room by beautiful oak beams, boasts a fully equipped kitchen including a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, and electric cooker. The dining area features a large oak table that can comfortably seat up to 10 people. Guests are more than welcome to use the facilities to prepare their own lunch and dinner. A washing machine is available for use at an additional charge of 2 Euros per load.

The living room offers a cozy atmosphere with two leather sofas surrounding a large wood-burning stove, perfect for socializing with other guests, reading, or watching TV.

In the reception area, guests can find a computer for their use conveniently placed on the Captain's Desk, providing internet access via a WIFI connection.

Outside, Les Noisettes boasts a well-maintained garden, ideal for children and energetic adults to run around, while others can relax on various pieces of garden furniture under the sun. There is a tiled patio area accessible through French doors from the living room, as well as a built-in BBQ on the side, perfect for grilling burgers, fish, and steaks from local shops. At the front of the house, there is another spacious patio area to enjoy the afternoon and evening sunshine. Ample parking space is available for up to 4 vehicles, and caravans can also be accommodated.

Les Noisettes caters to the needs of singles, families, elderly guests, and those with disabilities. However, please note that pets are not allowed, and smoking is prohibited inside the house.


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To get to Les Noisettes, head towards Eguzon-Chantome on the D36 for about 3 miles after taking the A20. Once you reach the village of Argentieres, you'll notice a sign on the village green guiding you to Les Noisettes. Take a right turn and continue on Bis Route Du Bois until you find it on the left side. (Coordinates: Lat:46.44247035594932, Long:1.5355110168457031)



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