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Charming Gite in the medieval town of Honfleur, Normandy - Cherry Tree Cottage

Weekly Rental:From GBP 770 to GBP 770

Property

Cottages / Gites

Sleeps

2

Single/Double

/ 1

Bathrooms

1

Pets

Allowed

Pool

No

Les Cottages St Nicol (Apple Tree Cottage & Cherry Tree Cottage) are 2 holiday cottages set in a pretty orchard style garden in the picturesque medieval town of Honfleur, Normandy, France.
Each cottage has an open plan living area, one double bedroom, a luxury shower room, its own terrace plus the use of the garden and patio area. Each cottage has its own parking space, set behind lockable gates within the gardens.

The cottages are a short walk from all the shops, cafes, restaurants and art galleries in Honfleur town centre (300 metres from the shops and 400 metres from the Old Harbour (Vieux Bassin).

The cottages have been built in the traditional Normandy style using reclaimed oak timbers, flints & salvaged terra cotta tiles.  

The cottages were constructed in 2014 and made to a very high standard with double glazed windows, good heat insulation, thermostatic  electric heating and modern amenities. The furnishings in the stylish interiors are all new, with fixtures and fittings of good quality. Both cottages have a double bedroom, shower room and living area with armchairs, dining table and a corner kitchen. Both also have UK & French TV, Wifi, an outside terrace and off street parking.

We are dog friendly, but only one dog per cottage. The garden is fully enclosed.
 

CHERRY TREE COTTAGE:
There is an open plan living area with armchairs, dining table and a corner kitchen.

There is UK & French TV, wifi and thermostatic wall mounted heating.

The cottage has its own secure off street parking place and its own terrace, plus the use of the communal garden.

The double bedroom has a built in wardrobe and en-suite shower room.

The Cottage has exposed oak beams and reclaimed terra cotta tiles on the ground floor and has an oak staircase. Every effort has been made to retain the charm of the Cottages.

There is a kitchen area, dining area and seating area with 2 armchairs and TV. This living space is very well appointed and comfortable.

The kitchen has a double electric hob, combination oven/microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, extractor, toaster & kettle.

The bedroom has a 1.4 metre (4ft 6in) double bed with a 9”deep pocket sprung mattress. There is a fitted wardrobe and side tables.
The window is double glazed and overlooks the garden.

The en-suite has a large shower, toilet, basin and heated towel rail. There is a window for ventilation.

£110 per night, minimum stay 7 nights

Self catering accommodation in either Apple Tree or Cherry Tree Cottage; this includes bed linen and towels, heat & light, secure car parking and use of the garden.

The Cottages are maintained by the owners, Annie and John and bookings can be made easily by contacting them directly by email or by phone (details below).

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle

Fixtures & Equipment

Hairdryer Iron TV Satellite DVD Player CD Player Internet Access

External Features

Private Garden BBQ Sun Loungers : Yes

Other Interior Facilities

Electric thermostatic wall heaters
Coffee machine

Local Attractions

Honfleur is a pretty medieval coastal town on the Normandy coast at the mouth of the river Seine. At the centre of the town is the old harbour 'vieux bassin', surrounded by a large selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, museums and art galleries.

There are many attractive walks to be enjoyed around the town, in the surrounding countryside and along the sandy beach. The chapel of Notre-Dame de Grace has panoramic views across the town.

St Catherine’s church with it’s separate bell tower is one of the oldest wooden churches in France and well worth a visit. There are also many other medieval buildings, museums and parks to explore in the town.

Honfleur has a strong connection with the impressionist artists. A picture painted by Claude Monet entitled ‘Rue de la Bavole’ is shown on a plaque about 100 metres from the cottages to indicate where it was painted and you can still recognise most of the buildings!

Other places of interest include:
Rouen. City with its medieval centre, cathedral and links with Joan of Arc.

Bayeux. Historical town with the museum displaying the Bayeux tapestry

Normandy Beaches and Pegasus Bridge. Many museums giving details about the D Day landings.

Deauville/Trouville. Coastal town famous for its film festival, beaches and designer shops.

Etretat. A small picturesque coastal town famous for its cliffs.

Falaise. The birth place of William the Conquerer with its magnificent castle.

Giverny. Claude Monet’s house and gardens.

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Property Exterior

Private Garden:
Yes
Near a Beach:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes

Local Attractions

Honfleur is a pretty medieval coastal town on the Normandy coast at the mouth of the river Seine. At the centre of the town is the old harbour 'vieux bassin', surrounded by a large selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, museums and art galleries.

There are many attractive walks to be enjoyed around the town, in the surrounding countryside and along the sandy beach. The chapel of Notre-Dame de Grace has panoramic views across the town.

St Catherine’s church with it’s separate bell tower is one of the oldest wooden churches in France and well worth a visit. There are also many other medieval buildings, museums and parks to explore in the town.

Honfleur has a strong connection with the impressionist artists. A picture painted by Claude Monet entitled ‘Rue de la Bavole’ is shown on a plaque about 100 metres from the cottages to indicate where it was painted and you can still recognise most of the buildings!

Other places of interest include:
Rouen. City with its medieval centre, cathedral and links with Joan of Arc.

Bayeux. Historical town with the museum displaying the Bayeux tapestry

Normandy Beaches and Pegasus Bridge. Many museums giving details about the D Day landings.

Deauville/Trouville. Coastal town famous for its film festival, beaches and designer shops.

Etretat. A small picturesque coastal town famous for its cliffs.

Falaise. The birth place of William the Conquerer with its magnificent castle.

Giverny. Claude Monet’s house and gardens.

In the area

This Property is situated in Calvados, Normandy-Lower

Nearest Airport: Saint-Gatien

Nearest Station:

Nearest Ferry: Le Havre

Nearest Beach: Honfleur

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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Les Cottages St Nicol are 2 lovely, self catering holiday cottages set in a pretty orchard style garden in the

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Whether you're planning your next holiday, or simply want to find out more about our properties, you can contact our Owners & Agents directly for more information

Contact Person: John and Anne Walker

Phone: +44 (0)1323 737851

Mobile: +44(0)7711904830

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