The green room is on the second floor with the private bathroom which includes both a bath and shower immediately adjacent. The twin beds can be put together to make a king size double if preferred, just let us know when you book. The spacious room which is heated in winter has a washstand which can be used as a table, two easy chairs and WiFi. Breakfast is provided and guests are welcome to use the living room and kitchen. The market, bakers, river, walks and restaurants are all within 2 mins.
The room overlooks the garden of the rectory, so although the house is right in the middle of town, the location is peaceful. The 17th century house itself lies at the bottom corner of the old cattle market which now provides abundant free parking. Architecturally the house is interesting as it is far wider at the front than the rear having an unmistakable rising eaves line when viewed from the side, and therefore easily recognised. There are terraces at 3 levels to the rear of the house which you are welcome to use.
Jenny and I live on the premises so we can be flexible about arrival times. The town of Eymoutiers grew up around the river and so most buildings nestle on the hillside.
This means that like most of the historic buildings, our house is on several floors and the room is therefore not easily accessed by wheelchair.
The bathroom is immediately adjacent the room and is not shared with any other bedroom.
Общение с гостями
We are both happy and available to give advice about activities, destinations, transport and local information.
Jenny has a teaching room where she holds classes at different levels in English for French people and also in French for English speakers, and it is possible for you to join in. Some of her students live locally and come for regular weekly lessons. Others are planning to move to France and some are simply wanting to combine a holiday with learning/perfecting a language.
Другие важные подробности
There are weekly markets on a Saturday and bigger bi-monthly markets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month.
The Rue des Maquisards is closed to traffic for these markets, but this does not pose a problem for guests wishing to arrive, depart or go out as the former cattle market is not affected.
We simply expect guests to respect the house and treat it as they would do their own.
No pets please. No smoking in the house.
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Jenny and I are outdoor people, we like travelling, walking, sailing, have a motorhome and children living in Australia,UK and France.
Jenny teaches both French and English from a teaching room in our house.
We are an easy going couple and are happy to get involved with recommending where to go and what to do, or leave you in peace if that is your wish