The farmhouse is set in the hamlet of Maintru, close to the Avenue Verte and the River Bethune. There is a large and secure garden enclosing the farmhouse itself, a half-timbered barn and a converted stable.
This recently refurbished house was built in the 1790s in the traditional Norman style with exposed beams and with brick, stone and flint walls. The ground floor accommodation comprises a large dining kitchen, family bathroom, utility room, two living rooms (one with a wood burning stove) and a TV/reading area with sofa bed. The upstairs accommodation consists of four bedrooms and a shower room.
The entire house is available for rent. There is parking within the grounds for up to three cars, and guests are at liberty to make full use of the gardens.
Общение с гостями
I divide my time between the UK and France, staying in the converted stable nearby. On the occasions when I am not in France, assistance can be obtained from an English-speaking neighbour.
Другие важные подробности
Eight guests can be accommodated in the four bedrooms. Downstairs there is a sofa-bed for an additional two guests, and this area of the sitting room can be screened off for privacy.
Guests are asked to leave the house reasonably clean and tidy.
Dogs are welcome but we should be grateful if you would clear up after them!
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I am a semi-retired university professor, living in Sheffield and working on a freelance basis both within the UK and overseas.
When we first saw the house we were struck by the privacy and seclusion that it offered within such a peaceful rural setting. And yet, because Maintru is only a half hour drive from Dieppe and less than two hours from Calais, it is readily accessible from the UK.
Our part of Normandy provides the perfect base for a very wide range of holiday activities. It is close to beaches, the delightful port of Dieppe (and its seafood restaurants), chateaux and castles, riding stables, golf courses, the Foret d-Eawy, the historic towns of Amiens and Rouen and, for cyclists, the Avenue Verte.