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Roy Goodwin
2 Rue De Bellevue, Coucoussac


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LAncienne Ferme has been meticulously restored to provide a luxurious and comfortable experience while still maintaining its charming original features. The property boasts two bedrooms, each accompanied by an en-suite shower room and WC.

Nestled within the property's walls are beautifully landscaped gardens adorned with a diverse array of trees and shrubs. Guests can find numerous serene spots to unwind, whether it be enjoying a delightful breakfast under the pergola next to the sparkling swimming pool or savoring a glass of the region's acclaimed local wine on the panoramic point de vue, offering breathtaking views over the serene countryside of Charente-Maritime and Cognac.

Situated in the esteemed "Fins Bois" area of the Cognac producing region, Coucoussac allows for endless exploration of the surrounding countryside, abundant with vineyards and sunflowers, either on foot or by mountain bike (available upon request). For golf enthusiasts, a fantastic golf course can be reached in just 20 minutes, while the picturesque River Charente, offering cruises and canoe rentals, is also a short distance away. Furthermore, the beautiful coastline is a mere hour's drive from the property.

This region is renowned for its exceptional microclimate, boasting more sunshine hours than anywhere else in France, second only to the renowned Côte d'Azur. Within a convenient three-minute stroll along Rue de Bellevue, guests can relish in the delectable offerings of an outstanding Auberge restaurant serving traditional Charentaise dishes. Additionally, a charming bar/restaurant in Siecq, only one kilometer away, provides another delightful dining option. For those interested in the world of Cognac, the famous Cognac houses are easily accessible for captivating tours and tastings, along with roughly 1500 other local Cognac and Pineau producers.

The area is steeped in history, with numerous meticulously preserved villages and towns showcasing their Romanesque churches and Abbeys, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the region.


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When coming from the ports along the northern French coast, our preferred route is to follow the signs for Rennes, then Nantes, and finally Bordeaux. By bypassing all the towns along the way, you will eventually reach the A10. Take exit 34 at St. Jean d'Angely, and continue bypassing the town on the D939 in the direction of Angouleme. Stay on the D939 until you reach the charming village of Siecq. Once in the village center, turn left at the small crossroads next to the bar, and continue for 1 kilometer, passing the sign that says "Coucoussac." Follow the road, keeping to the left, until you reach Rue de Bellevue. After 50 meters, you will notice a large arch in a tall stone wall - and there you have it! You have arrived. If you are approaching from any other direction, find the D939 (the main route between La Rochelle and Angouleme), and then locate Siecq, which is situated between Matha and Rouillac. From Siecq, simply follow the directions mentioned above.




  • Cognac Houses (Cognac) - Located in the nearby town of Cognac, this attraction offers tours and tastings at famous distilleries like Hennessy, Rémy Martin, and Martell. Explore the history and production of the renowned Cognac liquor.
  • Château de La Roche-Courbon (Saint-Porchaire) - A picturesque Renaissance castle situated in Saint-Porchaire. Discover its stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and historical exhibits while learning about its rich past.
  • Abbaye aux Dames (Saintes) - Also known as the Abbey of Sainte-Marie, this ancient abbey in Saintes boasts impressive Romanesque architecture. Explore the cloisters, visit the church, and soak in the serene atmosphere.
  • Paléosite (Saint-Césaire) - A fascinating prehistoric site and museum located in Saint-Césaire. Step back in time and learn about Neanderthals through interactive displays, archaeological exhibits, and reconstructed habitats.
  • Les Antilles de Jonzac (Jonzac) - A tropical-themed water park in Jonzac, offering a variety of indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, saunas, and relaxation areas. Ideal for a fun-filled day of water activities.
  • Château de Plassac (Plassac) - Nestled on the banks of the Gironde estuary, this restored medieval fortress offers panoramic views and a glimpse into the region's history. Explore the castle's towers, admire the surrounding vineyards, and visit the archaeological site.
  • L'Église Saint-Pierre (Aulnay) - A charming Romanesque church located in Aulnay. Admire the intricate carvings, stained glass windows, and peaceful ambiance of this historical religious site.
  • Les Jardins du Monde (Royan) - A beautiful botanical garden in Royan, showcasing various themed gardens inspired by different cultures around the world. Take a leisurely stroll through the tranquil landscapes and enjoy the diverse flora.
  • La Palmyre Zoo (Les Mathes) - One of France's most renowned zoos, home to over 1,600 animals from around the world. Explore the vast grounds, attend animal shows, and learn about wildlife conservation efforts. 10. La Rochelle Aquarium (La Rochelle) - A modern and educational aquarium in the city of La Rochelle. Discover a wide array of marine species, including tropical fish, sharks, and sea turtles. The aquarium also focuses on environmental awareness and conservation. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites and cultural landmarks to natural wonders and family-friendly activities.

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