COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER

l'Epervier

Reference : 2340

Set on a beautiful property of 3ha, with an orchard, the gite de l'Epervier is southfacing and overlooking the terrace. The living room is large and bright in Summer and in Winter. You won't have enough time to discover the Landing beaches and historical spots (Omaha and the American Cemetery). Don't miss Port en Bessin and Grandcamps Maisy harbours, the medieval town of Bayeux and the nearby signposted paths. Independent house on the same property as another gite (4 persons). Ground floor : entrance with laundry, living with equipped kitchen, lounge corner and wood stove, 1 large bdrm (1x160cm bed), shower room, toilet. Attic upstairs (spiral staircase) : 1 bdrm (2x90cm beds). Electric heating. Washing machine. Dish washer. TV. Terrace with garden furniture. Private garden on a shared park with children games. At disposal are 2 bikes, a DVD player and video games.
Contact details

l'Epervier

14710 COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER

Access

Remise des clés au gîte par le propiétaire. Accès: RN13, sortie 38 vers Mosles. Prendre la direction de Mosles, puis ensuite Surrain D208. Le gîte est situé sur la D208, dernier chemin avant l'intersection avec la D514.

Phone : 06 40 13 50 32

Mobile phone : 06 40 13 50 32

Booking

Fixed telephone :

06 40 13 50 32

Cellular telephone :

06 40 13 50 32

Type of reservation :

Direct reservation

Labels

  • Gîtes de France

Rates

Week (appartment) From 650 €

High-season

Week (appartment) From 450 €

Mid-season

Week (appartment) From 350 €

Off-peak season

Means of payment

Holiday vouchers

Opening times

Single

From 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2017
all year long

Comfort

Barbecue

Fireplace

Sheets and linen included

Own washing machine

DVD Player

Colour television

Capacity

Complete capacity 4 people
Number of rooms 2 rooms

Facility

Garden

Language(s) spoken

English

Further information

all year long

Accommodation specification Own terrace, Garden
Type of accommodation House
Type of facility Rentals and gîtes

Environment : By the sea