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The house sits on a corner of a village street and a lane, with windows facing the southern and western sun.

We are told it started life as a village farmhouse in the early 1800s, the farmyard being later sold off and built on.

Several decades ago it served as a local restaurant and night club. Some remember it from that time as 'La Bière Amoureuse'. The bar and the fireplace from the restaurant are still there in the Entry Hall, but these days we try not to keep the neighbours awake all night.


The house has 3 bedrooms, two doubles and one twin for kids. All facilities are there - electric and wood stoves, washing machine, electric heaters,sheets and blankets, pots and pans, crockery and the essential walnut cracker. There's no dishwasher - a French porcelain sink is more authentic! And there's no yard, but the village streets are so quiet that you can take some metal chairs outside on the bitumen and enjoy the view of Mme Dutein's garden across the street.


Download a Plan of the House  and a Plan Drawing of the Village