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Paul Claude
240 Rue du Chagnolet , Poleon
St Georges du Bois


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Enjoy a comfortable and independent guesthouse located within a beautiful enclosed property with lush trees and a large swimming pool.

Ideal for four people, the guesthouse offers 60 sqm of living space. The spacious and well-exposed living room includes a cozy lounge area with a TV and fireplace, a dining area, and a fully equipped kitchen with an oven, microwave, dishwasher, and washing machine. The living room opens up to a large terrace overlooking the swimming pool, complete with sunbathing armchairs.

The guesthouse features two bedrooms, one with a 140cm bed and the other with two 90cm beds, as well as a bathroom and toilet.


Charente-Maritime benefits from a typically sunny weather, comparable to the Mediterranean coast but without the strong winds like the mistral or Tramontane. The guesthouse is located in the small village of Poléon, part of the Saint Georges du Bois commune, just a short distance from Surgères, which offers a TGV train station and all amenities. Paris is approximately 400 km away via the toll road, and La Rochelle and Rochefort are both within 30 km.

Poleon is situated near the famous "Green Venise," a beautiful part of the Marais-Poitevin. Additionally, the charming Island of Ré is only a 30-minute drive away, with its picturesque local harbor and sandy beaches.


During your stay, you can enjoy various activities on-site, such as swimming in the 12m x 6m swimming pool, playing ping-pong or "pétanque," and engaging in other outdoor pursuits. You can also take short walks or bike rides in the Aunis county, and there are tennis and horse riding facilities in Saint Georges du Bois.

In the surrounding area, you can explore the Venise Verte and take boat, canoe, or bike excursions. The nearby beaches offer a range of activities, including sailing, surfing, and funboarding. You can also enjoy bowling, fishing, karting, and playing golf on the nearby 18-hole course.

For day trips, you can visit the islands of Île de Ré, Île d'Oléron, and Île d'Aix by car or take a boat trip to see Fort Boyard. Other attractions include the historical cities of La Rochelle, with its old town and harbor, the aquarium, Rochefort, with the Corderie Royale, Pierre Loti's house, and the Hermione construction site, as well as Brouage's fortifications. Chatelaillon offers a beach, aquatic center, and casino. Furthermore, the Aunis and Saintonge counties in the vicinity offer a wealth of historical and cultural sites to explore.


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To get to St Georges du Bois, you need to travel 35km from La Rochelle and then an additional 6km from Surgères.



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  • La Rochelle (30 km): A beautiful coastal city known for its picturesque harbor, historic architecture, and vibrant atmosphere. Explore the Old Port, visit the Aquarium, or take a boat trip to the nearby islands.
  • Île de Ré (35 km): A charming island off the coast of La Rochelle, famous for its sandy beaches, scenic landscapes, and traditional villages. Enjoy cycling along the dedicated bike paths or indulge in fresh seafood.
  • Paléosite - Prehistoric Theme Park (14 km): Step back in time to the prehistoric era at this interactive theme park. Experience the life of early humans, witness archaeological excavations, and learn about the region's rich prehistoric heritage.
  • Château de Panloy (30 km): A splendid 18th-century castle set in a picturesque park along the Charente River. Explore the elegant interiors, stroll through the French gardens, and enjoy boat rides on the river.
  • Saintes (20 km): A historic town renowned for its Roman ruins, including the impressive Arch of Germanicus and the Roman Amphitheatre. Visit the Abbaye aux Dames, a former Benedictine abbey, and discover the town's rich heritage.
  • Cognac (50 km): The birthplace of the famous French brandy, Cognac offers distillery tours and tastings at renowned cognac houses like Hennessy and Rémy Martin. Explore the charming old town and learn about the art of cognac-making.
  • Fort Boyard (45 km): An iconic fortification located between Île d'Aix and Île d'Oléron. Known for its appearance in the popular TV show, the fort can be admired during boat trips, providing stunning views of the coastal area.
  • Rochefort (50 km): A historic naval town famous for its shipbuilding heritage. Visit the Corderie Royale, an impressive 17th-century rope factory, or explore the maritime-themed Musée National de la Marine.
  • Aquarium of La Rochelle (30 km): Discover the fascinating underwater world at this modern aquarium. Home to a wide variety of marine species, including sharks, turtles, and colorful fish, it offers an educational and entertaining experience. 10. Marais Poitevin (50 km): Also known as the "Green Venice," this vast marshland offers scenic boat rides through its network of canals lined with lush vegetation. Enjoy the tranquility of nature and spot various bird species. Note: Distances mentioned above are approximate and may vary depending on the specific location within the given address.

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