Welcome to this pretty holiday gite situated in the grounds of a 16th century manor house. To welcome our guests, we include a free essentials pack, including tea, coffee, milk, biscuits and a bottle of sparkling wine.
Liveable floor area : 750 Sq.ft.
- View : Not overlooked, country side, farmland
- Setting : Rural, Calm
- River at 0.93mi.
- Exposure : South
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Our friendly and inviting gîte is located in the heart of the Boulonnais Region. Clean, crisp, linen, sheets and towels are provided. Beds are made-up ready for your arrival. The cottage itself dates from the 18th century. Formerly a pig-sty (!), it has been entirely renovated to provide comfortable, well-equipped accommodation, comprising: Ground floor- Fully-equipped kitchen, adjoining lounge with TV & Wi-Fi; Shower room, WC, sink; 1 bedroom with 1 double bed. Spiral staircase to first floor: 1 mezzanine with 2 single beds; 1 mezzanine with 1 single bed. Outside private terrace with garden furniture and BBQ. The cottage is normally let by the week on a self-catering basis but, by arrangement, can be let for long weekends, or even on a daily B & B basis. From 1st March, we will also be offering en suite B & B accommodation in the manor house itself. Whether you want to stay in the area or are just passing through, we provide a calm and relaxing environment, ideal for families, couples and friends. Both French and English spoken. 35 min drive from Calais Euro tunnel, 20 min drive Boulogne sur Mer, 1 hr from Belgium.
Interior Charming Cottage with View: not overlooked, country side, farmland
Exterior Gîte - Self Catering in Setting: rural, calm
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location Charming House 16295
Fine sandy beaches of the Cote d'Opale and renowned seaside resorts like Le Touquet and Hardelot Plage. Countryside walks and National Parks, beautiful forests and nature reserves. Water parks, amusement parks, boat rides, sea world. Golf, sailing, fishing, sand yachting, kite surfing, horse riding, pony trekking, mountain biking, canoe and kayaking, quad-biking and jet skiing. WW2 battlefield sites, cemeteries, and museums. Older fortified towns and historical sites like Agincourt and Crecy. Many other places to visit like the glass factory, potteries, cathedrals, museums, markets, shops, and a great choice of restaurants. All for you to discover during your stay.
Location AccessHouse Questrecques
Only a short step from the UK and well worth a visit, the region of Pas de Calais is an area that is rich in history and natural beauty and offers a multitude of interesting places to visit and activities to pursue. Whether visiting just for a weekend break or for a longer period you will find that the area really does offer something for all tastes.