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Valérie Lenglin
43, Rue De Chagnolet



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Appréciations pour Les Pertuis Rochelais, Perigny:

Great place to stay
Review by: Caroline Scott, Aou 7 2023 1:39PM
We spent 2 nights here on our way back to the North of France. Valerie and Guillaume were so friendly and helpful with any questions we had regarding the local area of La Rochelle. The room was very clean and the area was very quiet. Breakfast was lovely with homemade pancakes!
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Thanks a lot for this comment Caroline ! It was a pleasure to meet you both and to talk together ! Hope to see you again in La Rochelle or in Scotland.

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Different ways to access and get around Pertuis Rochelais include:

- The N11 national road.
- La Rochelle station, which is a 15-minute bike ride or less than an hour on foot along the canal.
- Laleu Airport, which is an 11-minute drive away.
- There is a bus stop 150m from the house. This bus can take you to Place de Verdun (central bus station) in 20 minutes, where you can then access the entire public transport network of the area.
- The Rompsay canal, which is part of the VélOdyssée and Vélo Francette routes, can be reached in a 5-minute walk. From there, you can continue your journey on the cycle path and the pathway along the canal.
- The Vieux Port is a 15-minute bike ride or less than an hour on foot, following the canal.
- Port des Minimes is a 20-minute bike ride away, also along the canal.



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Notes: Price for 2 people. Double room from 3 people to 5 with extra price from 36 to 40


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  • La Rochelle Aquarium: Located in the nearby city of La Rochelle, this popular tourist attraction is one of the largest aquariums in Europe. It houses a diverse range of marine life, including sharks, turtles, and tropical fish.
  • La Rochelle Old Port: Situated in the heart of La Rochelle, the Old Port is a picturesque area filled with historic buildings, charming cafes, and bustling markets. It offers stunning views of the harbor and is a great place for a leisurely stroll.
  • Île de Ré: A beautiful island connected to the mainland by a bridge, Île de Ré is known for its sandy beaches, quaint villages, and charming harbors. It is perfect for cycling enthusiasts, as it offers numerous bike paths to explore the island's natural beauty.
  • Fort Boyard: Located between the Île d'Aix and the Île d'Oléron, Fort Boyard is a historic fortification that has become a popular landmark due to its appearances in television shows and movies. While it is not open to the public, boat tours around the fort are available.
  • Rochefort Maritime Museum: Situated in the city of Rochefort, this museum showcases the region's rich maritime history. Visitors can explore exhibits and artifacts related to shipbuilding, naval warfare, and ocean exploration.
  • Châtelaillon-Plage: A lively coastal resort town, Châtelaillon-Plage offers a beautiful sandy beach, a promenade lined with cafes and restaurants, and various water sports activities. It is a popular destination for families and beach lovers.
  • Marais Poitevin: Also known as the "Green Venice," Marais Poitevin is a unique marshland area characterized by its network of canals and lush vegetation. Visitors can explore the marshes by boat or on foot, enjoying the tranquility and abundance of wildlife.
  • Palmyre Zoo: Situated near the town of Les Mathes, Palmyre Zoo is one of the largest privately-owned zoos in Europe. It is home to over 1,600 animals from around the world, including lions, giraffes, elephants, and various primate species.
  • Saintes Amphitheatre: Located in the city of Saintes, this Roman amphitheater dates back to the 1st century AD. It is one of the best-preserved Roman ruins in France and offers a glimpse into the region's ancient history. 10. Cognac Houses: For those interested in spirits, a visit to the nearby town of Cognac is a must. Here, visitors can tour renowned cognac houses, such as Hennessy and Rémy Martin, to learn about the production process and sample the world-famous brandy. Please note that the distances and accessibility of these attractions may vary, so it is advisable to check their opening hours and plan accordingly.

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