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Located on the border of Poitou-Charentes, in the picturesque Deux Sèvres region, you will find our charming gite nestled in the tranquil countryside of Mellois, overlooking the serene Lezay Creek. This delightful accommodation offers a comfortable bed for up to 3 people and an additional bed for up to 5 people. Renowned for their exceptional quality, these accommodations have been officially recognized with a well-deserved 3-star rating by "Gîtes de France", ensuring a comfortable stay throughout the year. Not only that, they have also been awarded the prestigious "Tourism and Handicap" certification and are equipped with the "Calin Baby" feature, providing a safe and welcoming environment for families with young children. Each gite boasts a private terrace, partially covered to provide shade and protection from the elements, as well as a communal garden spanning 250 m², where guests can unwind and soak up the peaceful surroundings. For added convenience, there is a carport available for guests, ensuring your vehicle stays protected during your stay. Furthermore, our gites are equipped with geothermal heating, offering underfloor heating or cooling, depending on the season, to ensure your utmost comfort. We understand that pets are an important part of the family, which is why we warmly welcome your furry companions to our gites.


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Directions from Paris:
- Take the A10 heading south towards Poitiers.
- Continue on A10 North, then take the Couhé exit.
- Follow D14 to Lezay.

Directions from Nantes:
- Take the A83 heading south towards Niort.
- Take exit 148 towards Melle.
- Follow D150, then D14 to Lezay.

Directions from Bordeaux:
- Take the A10 heading north towards Niort or take N10 towards Sauzé-Vaussais.
- Take D948, then D45 to Lezay.

Directions from Limoges:
- Take N141, then D948 to Lezay.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 2 250 550


Disabled Access
Animals Allowed


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  • Église Saint-Médard: Situated in Lezay itself, the Église Saint-Médard is a stunning Romanesque church. It features intricate sculptures and stained glass windows, making it a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.
  • Marais Poitevin: Also known as the Green Venice, this unique marshland is about 50 km from Lezay. Visitors can explore its enchanting canals by boat, bike, or on foot, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and diverse wildlife.
  • Château de la Roche-Guyon: Located approximately 70 km from Lezay, this Renaissance castle overlooks the Seine River. It offers guided tours, showcasing its well-preserved architecture, beautiful gardens, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Futuroscope: Situated in Poitiers, around 73 km from Lezay, Futuroscope is a futuristic theme park that combines technology, science, and entertainment. Visitors can enjoy thrilling rides, immersive 3D and 4D shows, and interactive exhibits.
  • Puy du Fou: Located about 100 km from Lezay, Puy du Fou is a historical theme park that takes visitors on a journey through different eras. It offers spectacular live shows, including Roman gladiator battles, medieval jousting tournaments, and Viking raids.
  • La Rochelle: Situated approximately 100 km from Lezay, La Rochelle is a picturesque coastal town known for its historic harbor, charming old town, and beautiful sandy beaches. Visitors can stroll along the waterfront, explore museums, and indulge in delicious seafood.
  • Cognac: Located about 120 km from Lezay, the town of Cognac is famous for its production of the renowned brandy. Visitors can tour distilleries, learn about the distillation process, and sample various Cognac blends.
  • Saintes: Situated approximately 125 km from Lezay, Saintes is a Roman town with a rich history. It boasts well-preserved ancient ruins, such as the Arch of Germanicus and the Amphitheatre, as well as beautiful churches and museums. 10. Ile de Ré: Located about 130 km from Lezay, Ile de Ré is a charming island known for its sandy beaches, picturesque villages, and cycling paths. Visitors can relax on the beach, explore traditional markets, and taste local delicacies like oysters and salted caramel.

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