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The property consists of four bedrooms, each offering different amenities. "Hirondelle" has a unique design and features a 160x200 bed. "Tourterelle" is a romantic room with a 180x200 bed or two 90x200 beds. "Aurore" offers the choice of two 80x200 beds or a 160x200 bed. Lastly, "Crépuscule" is a family room with a 140x200 bed and two 90x200 beds.

Located within a 13-acre stone-walled garden, the Charentais farmhouse provides a charming and comfortable stay. Meals are served in either the garden arbour, surrounded by cherry and fig trees, or in the family farm kitchen.

The village of Clavette is conveniently situated, with La Rochelle, Rochefort, and the sandy beaches of Chatelaillon, Aytré, and La Rochelle all within a short distance. Access to these areas is easy via train, plane, dual carriage ways, and motorways.

Guests staying at "La Collegiale" will have access to various activities within the village, including tennis, boules, basketball, and horseback riding. For those who enjoy nature, there are opportunities for birdwatching in the Rochefort marshes, exploring canals in Venise Verte, visiting the oyster beds in Marennes-Oléron, and experiencing the beauty of the walled city of Brouage. The nearby islands of Aix, Madame, Oléron, and Ré, as well as Fort Boyard, are easily accessible and offer stunning natural landscapes. The Zoo of La Plamyre and the sandy beaches of Royan provide additional recreational options.

Food enthusiasts can indulge in local dishes paired with Pineau, wine, or brandy. Local specialties include Ile de Ré potatoes, "mojhettes" beans, Surgères butter, "cagouilles" snails, sorrel pâté, curd, corn pudding, cheese-based cake, Charron mussels, freshly caught fish, eels from the marshes, and angelica from Niort.

Sports enthusiasts can enjoy cycling on numerous cycle tracks, golfing, horseback riding, and various water sports.

For history and architecture lovers, there are several châteaux, churches, towns, and villages to explore. Highlights include the 12th century churches at Bouhet and Chambon, the Virson rood screen, the château d'Ardillères Museum, and the historical city of La Rochelle with its famous port entrance towers, aquarium, and Musée Maritime. In Rochefort, visitors can explore the Royal Rope Manufacture, witness the construction of the Hermione (replica of La Fayette's ship), visit the Bégonia Museum, and explore Pierre Loti's house with its medieval and oriental rooms. Saintes offers a Roman amphitheatre, a basilica, and the monumental Abbaye Aux Dames.

La Rochelle is a vibrant city with various entertainment options, including theater performances, festivals, and sports events.


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Situated 10 minutes away from the center of La Rochelle, 10 minutes from the beaches of Chatelaillons, Angoulins, Aytré, and 15 minutes from the Ile de Ré and Fouras for the Ile d'Aix ferry terminal. Also, 40 minutes away from the Marais Poitevin, Ile d'Oléron, Brouage, and Ile Madame. This location offers a multitude of diverse tourist attractions.



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extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 95 125 20
(3 pers.)




  • La Rochelle: Located approximately 10 kilometers from Clavette, La Rochelle is a picturesque coastal city in France. It offers a charming historic quarter with narrow cobblestone streets, medieval towers, and a beautiful harbor. Visitors can explore the famous Aquarium, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the city.
  • Ile de Ré: Situated just off the coast of La Rochelle, Ile de Ré is a stunning island known for its sandy beaches, scenic landscapes, and charming villages. It offers a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for cycling, sunbathing, and exploring the traditional white-washed houses and local markets.
  • Marais Poitevin: Also known as the "Green Venice," Marais Poitevin is a unique marshland area that stretches across three departments in Western France. Visitors can take boat tours along the canals, surrounded by lush greenery and abundant wildlife. It's a peaceful and picturesque destination for nature lovers.
  • Rochefort: Located approximately 30 kilometers from Clavette, Rochefort is a historic town known for its naval heritage. Visitors can explore the Royal Rope Factory, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which produced ropes for the French Navy. The town also houses the Corderie Royale Museum, showcasing the history and craftsmanship of rope-making.
  • Fort Boyard: Situated in the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Boyard is a famous fortification that has gained popularity through the TV show of the same name. Although access to the fort is restricted, boat tours are available in the surrounding area, providing visitors with a chance to admire the impressive structure.
  • Saintes: Located approximately 40 kilometers from Clavette, Saintes is a historic city with Roman origins. It offers well-preserved Roman ruins, including an amphitheater and an arch of Germanicus. The city's charming streets are lined with medieval and Renaissance architecture, making it a delightful place to explore.
  • Cognac: Situated approximately 50 kilometers from Clavette, Cognac is renowned for its production of world-famous brandy. Visitors can take guided tours of the cognac distilleries, learn about the production process, and sample different varieties. The town also boasts a beautiful old town with narrow streets and historic buildings.
  • Île d'Aix: Accessible by ferry from Fouras, Île d'Aix is a small island known for its tranquil atmosphere and natural beauty. It has limited motorized vehicles, making it an ideal destination for peaceful walks or bike rides. Visitors can explore the island's beaches, visit the Napoleonic-era fortifications, and enjoy the unspoiled surroundings. These are just a few of the many tourist attractions near Clavette, offering a diverse range of experiences from historical and cultural sites to natural landscapes and coastal beauty.