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Moulin de la Bannerie



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Welcome to the tranquil and rejuvenating retreat of Bannerie Cottage, nestled in the picturesque Orne region. Situated amidst a sprawling wooded valley spanning several acres, this delightful cottage offers a haven of peace and relaxation.

Thoughtfully furnished with care, Bannerie Cottage accommodates up to six guests across three charming bedrooms. The spacious living room opens up to a sun-soaked terrace, providing a perfect spot to bask in the southern sunshine.

The property boasts a sprawling garden, accessible through the enchanting Cance river. Fishing enthusiasts will delight in the opportunity to catch trout in this idyllic setting.

On sunny days, take a break from exploring the stunning countryside with invigorating hikes or bike rides, and unwind in the heated pool. Whether it's a weekend getaway or an extended stay, embrace the pleasures of the Normandy countryside in the company of your loved ones, friends, or partner.


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Holiday Home 1 500 750


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