Restore your soul in this 19th century house in a supremely comfortable setting.
In the heart of the Anjou wine growing area is a pocket of calm in a tiny village in the Loire valley; La Fosse de Tigne
Hidden in that pocket is a beautiful Bed and Breakfast; La Maison Haute.
La Maison Haute is owned and run by Elizabeth Boorn.
From growing up in a seaside suburb of Melbourne Australia, through restoring old ruins in the Dordogne and working in cinema in Paris. Liz has created an idyll of calm where she shares her passion and enthusiasm for the countryside, good food and wine.
Step out of your hum drum life into another world where, history and art regain their importance. The good life! This place has a magic that brings peace and warmth. "La Maison du Bonheur".
The house is also available for rental as a "gite".
As well as the 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, dining room and fully equipped kitchen there is a very comfortable living room where one can watch cable TV and listen to music, play board games etc. there is also WIFi internet connection. the outside terraces, barbecue and large garden give plenty of space for outdoor activities . The heated swimming pool was completed in June 2012 and is open from May until end of September (weather permitting).
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I am an Australian woman who has been living in France since 1975. I have 2 grown-up children who are now married and have their own families - son and 4 children in Amsterdam and daughter with 2 children, living nearby here. I spent my first 15 years living in the Dordogne area restoring old stone houses with my partner. I moved from there to Paris where I had a very interesting, exciting and adventurous time working in the French cinema industry as a production coordinator. During that time, I found my 15th century house in Anjou which was dearly in need of some love and care, so over the years I've been restoring, renovating and generally having a great time bringing the house back to the land of the living. When I decided to retire I was able to acquire the adjoining property which has now been converted into a comfortable and I hope, hospitable haven for people who enjoy the history and architecture of "old" europe, good food and wine ....