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Address:

Besnier Philippe
10 Rue du Verger. La Chevalerie
Le Chateau d'Oleron
17480

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Price per week:

price from €310

Telephone:

0546474398

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This beautiful country house has been fully renovated and is located in the charming village of Oleron in the southern region. It offers a comfortable stay with two bedrooms, one equipped with a 1.40m bed and the other with two 0.90m beds. The bathroom features a convenient shower, and there is a separate toilet for added privacy. The living and kitchen area is spacious and well-equipped, including amenities such as a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, oven, and fridge-freezer. Electric heating ensures a cozy atmosphere throughout the house. Additionally, the property includes a garage and a lovely garden that offers privacy and tranquility. You can enjoy outdoor meals with the provided garden furniture and barbecue, or simply relax in the peaceful surroundings. Linen and bed sheets are available upon request, and the house is also equipped with a baby bed, bath, and high chair. Furthermore, this pet-friendly accommodation welcomes your furry friends to join you on your vacation.

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Notes: 50 euros pour 4 pers

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Attractions

  • Le Château d'Oléron: Located in close proximity to your address, Le Château d'Oléron is a historic fortified town known for its impressive citadel. Explore the picturesque streets, visit the local market, and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding ocean from the ramparts.
  • Fort Louvois: Situated on an islet near Bourcefranc-le-Chapus, Fort Louvois is a 17th-century coastal fortification. Accessible by a bridge, this star-shaped fortress offers guided tours and provides a unique perspective on France's maritime defense history.
  • Le Phare de Chassiron: Located on Île d'Oléron, Le Phare de Chassiron is a beautiful lighthouse known for its striking black and white stripes. Climb to the top for panoramic views of the coastline and learn about the history of maritime navigation through the on-site museum.
  • Port des Salines: Situated in the town of Le Grand-Village-Plage, Port des Salines is a salt marsh where visitors can learn about the traditional salt production methods of the region. Take a guided tour, visit the salt museum, and enjoy the serene natural surroundings.
  • La Cité de l'Huître: Situated in Marennes, La Cité de l'Huître is an interactive museum dedicated to oyster farming. Discover the history, techniques, and environmental impact of oyster cultivation through exhibitions, workshops, and tastings.
  • La Plage de Gatseau: This sandy beach is located on Île d'Oléron's eastern coast, near Saint-Trojan-les-Bains. With its calm waters and picturesque setting, it offers a perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports.
  • Le Port de La Cotinière: Located in Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron, Le Port de La Cotinière is a charming fishing port famous for its fresh seafood. Take a stroll along the quayside, watch the fishermen at work, and indulge in delicious seafood dishes at one of the local restaurants.
  • Les Marais aux Oiseaux: Situated in Dolus-d'Oléron, Les Marais aux Oiseaux is a nature reserve known for its diverse bird population. Explore the network of trails and observation points to spot various bird species in their natural habitat.
  • Le Parc Myocastors: Located in Saint-Georges-d'Oléron, Le Parc Myocastors is a wildlife park dedicated to the conservation of coypu, also known as nutria. Visitors can observe these semi-aquatic rodents in a natural environment and learn about their biology and impact on the local ecosystem. 10. Le Musée de l'Île d'Oléron: Situated in Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron, Le Musée de l'Île d'Oléron is a local history museum that showcases the island's heritage. Explore exhibits on fishing, salt production, and the island's cultural traditions, providing insight into the area's rich past.