Rear garden. BBQ, sun loungers, plenty of outside seating plus patio table and 6 chairs with sunshade.Cosy lounge has log burner and seating for 8.
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Spacious family home in village.

Entire home/flat
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms
3 Beds
Per Night
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About this listing

Detached property in typical French village, yet just a short drive from the market town of Hesdin. Ideal base for attractions, theme parks, beaches and historic world war 1 & 2 sites. Open countryside for walking, cycling and local fishing lakes.

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Check In: Anytime after 4PM
Check Out: 10AM
Room type: Entire home/flat


Extra people: No Charge
Security Deposit: £155
Cancellation: Strict


The space

Large lounge with 3 settees. Dining room with large table and seating for 6. Fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer. (washing machine in garage). Log burner in lounge and radiators in other rooms. Wet room style bathroom with toilet

Outside, there are patios to front and rear with lawns. A small pond in the back garden (take care with small children), and a small wooded area.

Guest access

The whole house is available for your use so you should really feel at home. You can use anything in the house. If something runs out, just replace it.All accommodation is on the ground floor with level access throughout the house.

Interaction with guests

We live in the U.K. but can always be reached by telephone/text. Also, many of our friends live in France if you really get stuck!

The neighbourhood

You will be staying in a typical French village. There is an artisan bakers in the village, also, mobile bakers and butchers that visit 2-3 times per week. However, most people use the town shops which are only a short drive. Our nearest restaurant is in the next village. It is an auberge which is a country inn open at some lunch times and weekends. A must if you want traditional French cooking at it's best.We can help you with booking. They are also have a shop In Hesdin, selling some of the produce they use in the restaurant and other locally sourced items. There are many restaurants in Hesdin as well as banks, bars, bakers etc.. Hesdin forest is also a short drive. Ideal for walking and cycling. There are lots of deer in the Forest. There are several local fishing lakes. Fly over the local area or beaches with a pleasure flight from Abbeville airport.

Getting around

A car is essential as the village is very rural. If you bring bicycles, they can be stored in the garage. There are a couple of bikes in the garage if you wish to use them at your own risk.. Rural France is a favourite among walkers with country lanes right on your doorstep. There is a train station in Hesdin.

Other things to note

Our prices include cost of heating/electricity and a supply of fuel for the log burner. We also include bed linen, towels, tea towels etc..
The beds will be made up before you arrive so you won't have to start making beds after a long journey.

House Rules
Check-in is after 4PM

The accommodation is self catering. The house will be checked prior to your arrival and fresh laundry provided. When you leave, you just clean the house and leave the linens for laundering. Your security deposit will be returned in full within 14 days of departure providing that the house is cleaned and there are no damages. We will provide you with terms and conditions when you book. We do not allow smoking in the house, but there is a veranda at the rear. One well behaved dog will be allowed subject to prior agreement of our terms and conditions for pets which will be explained.

Safety features
Smoke detector
Fire extinguisher

7 nights minimum stay

Your Host

David & Karen.

David & Karen.

Maldon, United Kingdom · Joined in August 2015

We have been lucky enough to have our holiday home for over 12 years now. We started letting the house for holidays a couple of years ago to help offset the expenses. We have been very pleased to hear that our guests love it as much as we do. We have become real francophiles and hope to maybe retire to France in the future. You should find everything you need (not just the basics). We are happy for you to use anything in the house. If something runs out, just replace it. Make yourselves at home and enjoy the French way of life.

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