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Jacqueline Labescat
La Bourdonniere


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Welcome to our charming old farmhouse nestled in the beautiful Natural Park of the Perche. Situated on a hillside, our spacious room for two offers a serene and tranquil stay, complete with a private bathroom and toilet. Immerse yourself in the delightful surroundings of perennial flowers, shrubs, trees, and untouched wildlife.

Our expansive pleasure garden, spanning over 5000 m2, is a haven for plant enthusiasts, nature lovers, and artists alike. Engage in various activities such as visiting the nearby airfield, playing a round of golf (15 km away), horseback riding, or exploring the verdant hiking trails just 800m from our property. Take leisurely walks through the enchanting woods or enjoy a refreshing swim and fishing at the nearby leisure center.

For those interested in gardening, we offer lessons to enhance your green thumb skills. And don't miss the opportunity to experience the vibrant jazz cafe, le Réveillon, located in the charming village.

Join us for a tranquil and rejuvenating stay, surrounded by the wonders of nature and an abundance of activities to suit your interests.


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To get to your destination, follow these travel directions:
- Start by heading south from Mortagne au Perche for 5 km.
- Take D.9 (Mortagne-Rémalard) and continue towards Eve.
- Look for signs at the foot of the Water Tower, located 1.5 km after Eve, to guide you.
- After passing the church in the village of Eve, continue towards Loisail.
- Once again, at the foot of the Water Tower, located 1.5 km after Eve, follow the signs to your destination.



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extra bed
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1 65 oui




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  • Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei: Situated 20 kilometers southwest of La Bourdonniere, this picturesque village is often referred to as one of the most beautiful in France. Nestled in a valley along the Sarthe River, it offers stunning views, quaint streets, and a Romanesque church. Enjoy walking trails and the tranquility of this enchanting place.
  • Bagnoles-de-l'Orne: A spa town located approximately 25 kilometers north of La Bourdonniere, Bagnoles-de-l'Orne is famous for its thermal baths and beautiful Belle Époque architecture. Stroll along the lake, visit the casino, or explore the charming town center filled with shops, cafes, and restaurants.
  • Le Mans: Situated about 60 kilometers northeast of La Bourdonniere, Le Mans is renowned for its world-famous 24 Hours of Le Mans car race. Besides the iconic racetrack, the city offers a stunning medieval old town, a magnificent cathedral, and the Museum of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where you can learn about the history of this legendary event.
  • Sées: Located approximately 45 kilometers west of La Bourdonniere, Sées is a charming town known for its impressive Gothic cathedral. Explore the narrow streets lined with timber-framed houses, visit the Bishop's Palace, and enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this historic place.
  • Domfront: Situated about 45 kilometers northwest of La Bourdonniere, Domfront is a medieval town perched on a hilltop, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Visit the ruins of the medieval castle, stroll through the charming streets, and discover the town's rich history.
  • Carrouges Castle: Situated around 45 kilometers southeast of La Bourdonniere, Carrouges Castle is a magnificent fortress dating back to the 14th century. Explore the well-preserved castle grounds, admire the beautiful architecture, and learn about the castle's history through engaging exhibitions.
  • Mont-Saint-Michel: Although it's a bit further away at about 120 kilometers northwest of La Bourdonniere, Mont-Saint-Michel is a must-visit destination for any traveler in the region. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a medieval abbey perched on a rocky island, surrounded by mesmerizing tidal waters. Explore the narrow streets, visit the abbey, and take in the breathtaking views of the bay. These tourist attractions near La Bourdonniere offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical towns and architectural wonders to natural beauty and cultural heritage.

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