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Cathelijne Wassenaar
1 Le Douvet
Terres De Haute Charente


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price from €385






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Experience a tranquil vacation in the beautiful French countryside with our selection of two charming cottages and a cozy campsite.

Ideal for groups of 4 to 6 individuals, our cottages boast individual entrances and private terraces. Inside, you'll find an open kitchen complete with a dining table, a comfortable seating area, and a cozy wood stove to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

During the low season, prices start at 55 per night for two people, with a minimum requirement of 2 nights. For a longer stay, enjoy our special weekly rate of 385 for two people.

In the high season (from July 1st to September 1st), we exclusively offer weekly stays starting from 450 for two people. Arrive on a Saturday and depart on a Saturday to make the most of your vacation.

For a delightful start to your day, we can serve a delicious breakfast on one of our inviting terraces or in our kitchen for an additional fee of 7.50 per person.

We understand that your furry companions are part of the family, which is why we allow dogs upon consultation. Please note that they must always be kept on a lead and an additional charge of 1 per day (per cottage) applies.


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Our farm is situated in the Terres de Haute Charente commune, Suris 16270, which is conveniently positioned between Limoges and Angoulême. It is also in close proximity to the stunning Lakes of Haute Charente. You can easily reach our farm by taking the N141 motorway.



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Notes: Comfortable holiday home with one double bed and two single beds. Private entry and terrace, living and kitchen with fireplace. Minimum stay 2 nights (price is for 2 persons per night)


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