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Annie Martin
18 Route du Cognac
Gensac la Pallue


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price from €45





Description for B&B:

This is a two-bedroom apartment with a double bed of 140 cm. The bathroom includes shared toilets accessible to both rooms.

Description for Gite

This charming house is located in the heart of a vibrant village with a population of 1700 residents. Situated amidst a lush and shaded garden, it offers a tranquil retreat in the town center. The convenience of having a bakery and pharmacy nearby adds to the ease of daily life. Additionally, the house is in close proximity to a beautiful river, providing opportunities for leisurely walks or picnics. With Cognac and Jarnac just 7 kilometers away, exploring the rich heritage and tasting the renowned spirits of the region becomes effortlessly accessible. Furthermore, the enticing ocean is only an hour's drive away, promising unforgettable seaside adventures.


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To reach the town center house in GENSAC La Pallu, proceed from the brandy output towards Angouleme. Look for the alley located at the back of a bakery, and the house will be found in that alley.



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extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 45 oui


Animals Allowed


  • Hennessy Cognac House: Located in Cognac, just a short distance from Gensac la Pallue, the Hennessy Cognac House is a renowned distillery offering guided tours. Learn about the history and process of Cognac production, explore the cellars, and even enjoy a tasting session of their world-famous Cognac.
  • Château de Cognac: This stunning castle is home to the Baron Otard Cognac distillery. Discover the medieval architecture and immerse yourself in the history of the Château de Cognac. Take a guided tour and explore the ancient cellars while learning about the production of Cognac. Don't miss the opportunity to taste some of their exceptional Cognac blends.
  • Saint-Jacques Gate: Located in the heart of Cognac, Saint-Jacques Gate is a historical monument that once served as an entrance to the city. Admire the impressive architecture and intricate details of this 15th-century gate, which is now an iconic symbol of Cognac.
  • Musée des Arts du Cognac: Discover the rich heritage of Cognac at the Musée des Arts du Cognac. This museum showcases the history, culture, and craftsmanship associated with Cognac production. Explore the exhibits, including antique tools, cooperage, and distillation equipment, to gain a deeper understanding of this iconic spirit.
  • Jarnac: Situated on the banks of the Charente River, the town of Jarnac offers a charming and picturesque setting. Take a stroll along the riverfront, visit the birthplace of former French president François Mitterrand, and explore the quaint streets lined with traditional houses and local shops.
  • Château de Bassac: Located in the nearby town of Bassac, Château de Bassac is a beautiful castle surrounded by vineyards. Explore the castle's grounds, enjoy a wine tasting, and learn about the winemaking process. With its stunning views and peaceful atmosphere, it's a perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the French countryside.
  • Abbaye de Fontdouce: Situated in Saint-Bris-des-Bois, Abbaye de Fontdouce is a well-preserved abbey dating back to the 12th century. Take a guided tour to learn about the history of the abbey and its architectural significance. Enjoy peaceful walks in the surrounding gardens and soak in the tranquil ambiance of this historical site.
  • Château de La Rochefoucauld: Located near Angoulême, the Château de La Rochefoucauld is a magnificent Renaissance castle. Explore the castle's grand interior, including its impressive staircase, elegant rooms, and beautiful gardens. Admire the historic tapestries and furniture while learning about the castle's fascinating history.
  • Angoulême: Known for its rich history and vibrant street art scene, Angoulême is a must-visit city near Gensac la Pallue. Explore the old town with its narrow medieval streets, visit the stunning Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, and enjoy panoramic views from the city's ramparts. Don't miss the International Comics Festival held annually in Angoulême, attracting comic book enthusiasts from around the world. 10. Château de la Mercerie: Situated in Magnac-sur-Touvre, the Château de la Mercerie is an elegant mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens. Take a guided tour of the castle to learn about its history and marvel at the luxurious interior. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the meticulously maintained gardens, complete with fountains and statues. These attractions offer a mix of cultural, historical, and gastronomic experiences near Gensac la Pallue, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty and heritage of the region.

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