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Glatigny Farmhouse - A Beautiful Normandy Beach Holiday Home

Weekly Rental:From EUR 846 to EUR 1323

Property

Farmhouses

Sleeps

9

Single/Double

2 / 3

Bathrooms

2

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

No

Welcome to our French paradise! 
This breathtaking and spacious farmhouse has been painstakingly renovated to the highest standards of luxury and taste; all 3 floors being carefully designed to give a relaxed but decadent feel. 
Less than 5 minutes away from a beautiful sandy beach, between 2 traditional but vibrant towns, and close to many popular attractions such as Mont St Michel & the Bayeux Tapestry, it is perfectly located.
This really is a unique and beautiful gem. We hope you love it!


Accommodation:

This spacious farmhouse comprises of large open-plan kitchen, dining room and lounge complete with a gorgeous ornate wood burner, these rooms in particular are brimming with the house's original character.

Going through the house you'll find a utility room through to an exceptionally well proportioned and stunning bathroom.

Up to the 1st floor you are met with a breathtaking view straight up to the roof timbers neatly framing the traditional French chandelier; the oversized landing comprises of a lounge area, a desk for working on and a small library for your enjoyment.

Walking down the corridor you'll find 2 beautiful bedrooms with original antique furnishings. Finally onto the imposing but gorgeous bathroom housing your very own roll-top bath.

Up onto the top floor, this mezzanine level with a second lounge, light feel and third bedroom gives a perfect hideaway spot if you just need a little downtime.

The red 'chesterfield' sofa and the sofa on the landing are both purpose build 'sofa-beds', should you need the extra sleeping space. 
There are also spare mattresses available.

The entire house has been beautifully renovated to the highest standards whilst retaining its original character.
Whilst the house could have held many more bedrooms, we have specifically chosen a well proportioned and stunning design, rather than just trying to get the most number of rooms in a given space.

It is exceptionally well equipped and being our 'home from home', it has not been renovated to just be a holiday let, we love it here and we hope you do too!


Garden:

There are 2 outdoor courtyards; the large South facing courtyard with seating, a large pizza oven/BBQ and a 'walled garden' type feel and a smaller rear courtyard that magically catches the morning sun through the Lilac leaves (the perfect coffee spot!).

There are also extensive gardens complete with a mixed fruit orchard, 'exotic glade', fruit and vegetable garden and a wild flower meadow all for your enjoyment.

Additionally, sitting within these gardens is a large traditional barn which houses extras, like bikes, garden furniture, and many other items to further enhance your stay.


Area:

You'll be located just a couple of minutes from the most idyllic long sandy beach, and nestled between 2 picturesque French towns offering great markets, boulangerie's and restaurants.

The small village of 'Glatigny'  an extremely quiet one but does have communal free tennis courts for its residents (please help yourself to rackets and balls in the barn).​

It has been such a joy to create such a beautiful house and we love it here, we hope you do too.

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Toaster Kettle High Chair Washing Machine Tumble Dryer

Fixtures & Equipment

Hairdryer Iron Central Heating Log Fire TV Satellite DVD Player CD Player Internet Access Games Room Table Tennis Snooker Table

External Features

Private Garden Shared Tennis Court BBQ Swing Sun Loungers : Yes Suitable for Children

Other Interior Facilities

The house comes equipped with a large TV, sound system, games console and much more to keep you entertained.

FREE WIFI.

We also provide bikes, tennis racquets (to use at our local tennis courts), darts, small snooker table and many more outdoor games.

Local Attractions

There are many things to do in the area, below are just a few of our recommendations:

The tiny village of Glatigny is just a couple of minutes to the most beautiful, long (and often deserted!) sandy beach. It is nestled between the two towns of La Haye du Puit and Portbail, both of which have some superb restaurants and great weekly markets.

Barnville-Carteret is also close by and being a summer vacation spot for many Parisians, is a great location to visit in those summer months. Both Portbail and Barnville/Carteret offer great equestrian stables for horse riding and the rides along the beach aren't to be missed!

Our recommendation for equestrian stables is 'Club Hippique "A Cheval", there is a great range of horses and ponies for all sizes and abilities but they also do rides along the beach, which is magic. Advance booking is recommended as is it dependant on rides.

Please do visit the village tennis courts, behind the Marie's office in the village square. These are free to residents and you'll find tennis racquets and balls in the barn.

From around June-early September, on most weekends, many towns and villages nearby hold festivals and fêtes with great outdoor music and food.

Most towns also have what is called a Brocante, which essentially is a furniture market, but these really are worth a visit as it is very rare such quantities of antiques are under a single roof for such low prices. By far the best is 'La Clé Des Temps' in Coutances.

There are many WWII sites of interest, one of the biggest being near Caen; the whole area unfortunately is dripping with this bloodied history. There is a book in the house showing damage to the nearby town of La Haye Du Puit, but this is not a unique story.

Mont St Michel is not too far away, and is a breathtaking place, highly recommend a visit.

The Bayeux Tapestry is close by too and is an very interesting day out.

There are also regular boat rides over to the beautiful Channel Islands of Jersey, (which you can see from Glatigny beach) Guernsey, Sark and Alderney and if you are in the area for a decent period of time, I would recommend a day trip over.

The town of "Villedieu les Poêles" is around 1 hour away (and not too far from Mont St Michel) and is an amazing place to visit to see artisanal metal work, mostly bell forging, which has been the towns main export since the Middle Ages.

Within the house, there are many leaflets and books with more recommendations on what to do in the area.

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Month Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
Mid Feb-March Feb 13, 2024 Mar 20, 2024 3 EUR 3385.00 EUR 957.00
Early April Mar 21, 2024 Mar 27, 2024 3 EUR 3635.00 EUR 1026.00
May Apr 15, 2023 May 23, 2024 3 EUR 3865.00 EUR 1094.00
May Half Term May 24, 2024 Jun 3, 2024 5 EUR 3865.00 EUR 1153.00
D Day Jun 4, 2024 Jun 11, 2024 5 EUR 4235.00 EUR 1261.00
Early Summer Jun 12, 2024 Jun 25, 2024 5 EUR 4120.00 EUR 1225.00
High Summer Jun 26, 2024 Aug 31, 2024 7 EUR 4485.00 EUR 1360.00
September Sep 1, 2024 Sep 30, 2024 4 EUR 4005.00 EUR 1116.00
October Oct 1, 2024 Oct 21, 2024 3 EUR 3520.00 EUR 992.00
October Half Term Oct 22, 2024 Oct 31, 2024 5 EUR 3750.00 EUR 1117.00
Nov & Dec Nov 1, 2024 Dec 21, 2024 3 EUR 3155.00 EUR 880.00
Xmas/New Year Dec 22, 2024 Jan 4, 2025 3 EUR 4235.00 EUR 1261.00

Special Rental Conditions

100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Service Fee fully refunded on cancellations that qualify for 100% refund.
Rates are based on 6 guests; additional surcharges above 6 people may apply.

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Property Exterior

Private Garden:
Yes
Shared Tennis Court:
Yes
Near a Beach:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Childrens Swing:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Local Attractions

There are many things to do in the area, below are just a few of our recommendations:

The tiny village of Glatigny is just a couple of minutes to the most beautiful, long (and often deserted!) sandy beach. It is nestled between the two towns of La Haye du Puit and Portbail, both of which have some superb restaurants and great weekly markets.

Barnville-Carteret is also close by and being a summer vacation spot for many Parisians, is a great location to visit in those summer months. Both Portbail and Barnville/Carteret offer great equestrian stables for horse riding and the rides along the beach aren't to be missed!

Our recommendation for equestrian stables is 'Club Hippique "A Cheval", there is a great range of horses and ponies for all sizes and abilities but they also do rides along the beach, which is magic. Advance booking is recommended as is it dependant on rides.

Please do visit the village tennis courts, behind the Marie's office in the village square. These are free to residents and you'll find tennis racquets and balls in the barn.

From around June-early September, on most weekends, many towns and villages nearby hold festivals and fêtes with great outdoor music and food.

Most towns also have what is called a Brocante, which essentially is a furniture market, but these really are worth a visit as it is very rare such quantities of antiques are under a single roof for such low prices. By far the best is 'La Clé Des Temps' in Coutances.

There are many WWII sites of interest, one of the biggest being near Caen; the whole area unfortunately is dripping with this bloodied history. There is a book in the house showing damage to the nearby town of La Haye Du Puit, but this is not a unique story.

Mont St Michel is not too far away, and is a breathtaking place, highly recommend a visit.

The Bayeux Tapestry is close by too and is an very interesting day out.

There are also regular boat rides over to the beautiful Channel Islands of Jersey, (which you can see from Glatigny beach) Guernsey, Sark and Alderney and if you are in the area for a decent period of time, I would recommend a day trip over.

The town of "Villedieu les Poêles" is around 1 hour away (and not too far from Mont St Michel) and is an amazing place to visit to see artisanal metal work, mostly bell forging, which has been the towns main export since the Middle Ages.

Within the house, there are many leaflets and books with more recommendations on what to do in the area.

In the area

This Property is situated in Calvados, Normandy-Lower

Nearest Airport: Carpiquet Airport

Nearest Station: Carentan

Nearest Ferry: Cherbourg

Nearest Beach: Glatigny

Nearest Ski Resort:

Please note that the location on this map is an approximate guide, normally to the closest town or village.


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Contact Person: Samuel and Francesca

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