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Bern - verified booking
"The house is beautiful and (in principle) very quiet, along a small, little used road, and with the closest neighbors hundreds of meters away. You can not say that it is very nicely decorated, but it is very functional, with for example the best-equipped kitchen we have ever found in a holiday home. The house and the garden are both very large. We only stayed two, but it is certainly suitable for 4 adults and accompanying children. I would not recommend a stay with more than 2 couples, because only 2 of the 4 available bedrooms offer the necessary privacy because they do not also act as a passage to another room. When we stayed there was just during the first half of the week just a adjacent forest cut and even though it is quite impressive to see all the machines used on a steep slope to see their arts, nevertheless this generated for 3 days between 9 am and 7 pm, of course, a serious breach of tranquility and privacy. (And besides, we were in the works without Wi-Fi, because the cable had been pulled to pieces.) Anyway, those who do not want to sleep late in the morning and spend the day during the day are already suffering very little from it. That specific forest will not be cut down for the next half century, but the house is surrounded by trees and forest on all sides, and the area is alive for a large part of forestry ... If you look at this house, you will know it all, but once again the Vosges are wonderful to walk and cycle (if altitude does not spoil the fun)) The house is a beautifully situated base for both types of activities both La petite Finlande and La Planche des Belles Filles like the Balloon de Servance and the Ballon d "Alasace bv are nearby. And to cycle up the Col des Chevrières (also at 914m altitude, and pretty steep)) you just step on your bike in front of your door. As far as those bikes are concerned h"
Samantha - verified booking
"We had a fantastic time! The area was lovely (although a bit lacking - i.e. post office was shut and didn't open when it was supposed to), the house was amazing and had everything you needed for a lovely, family holiday. I've actually never stayed in a house so well-equipped and clean before. There was wi-fi that worked, a TV, lots of suggestions for things to do (we did them all!) and the pool was gorgeous. The owner has a pool-boy go in and look after that so we could use it for the whole fortnight without worry. The house was stunning - really felt like I was living the high-life for a couple of weeks - my 11 year old has just reminded me that none of us wanted to leave! The owner was really helpful and friendly - just couldn't fault anything. Lots to do in the surrounding towns and cities (Confolens & Poitiers for example - and some really nice walks close by as well as a weekly music night at a beach just down the road. Lots of wildlife, some lovely night views of the stars (we saw Perseid showers in all their glory whilst there) and the Maison du Terroir in Queaux is a lovely little place to have a cold beer on the balcony. The canoeing in Moussac is a MUST - we did the shortest route (5km) it cost 44 euros for 3 adults and a child (you have to be able to swim (nager) 50 metres) and had the most fun ever! You get wet and stuck on rocks - it's hilarious and the youngsters who were running it were really friendly and really helpful.Weather was hot, hot, hot - it was 37 degrees whilst we were there - so we learnt to stay in during the hottest part of the day and venture out later."
adriaan - verified booking
"we slept in the mill super spacious studio with bathroom ditto the bathroom was so great that we have put down us. camp bed for our son there The camp was especially designed for families with children, but they had not really super focused on this. the slide into the pool was only 2 times a day a quarter of what I found really super stupid self. puiterbadje it was indeed called super for kids only left the steenjes soil was already loose and the edge of the pool all very green. of this, which left the stones of the side even loose which was very dangerous. the children's playground was really too pathetic for words, there was a wooden cottage in which itself was miserable geknutselt together and if the seesaw was missing a small slide for the little ones (there was no slide) and the grindbad what they had filled up with concrete accounted for each child at the camp for heavy abrasions and every day there was again first, and then they really pulled out all open. That they have not changed while a family camping should be this. The shower tent for the guests was also put together construction drawing really finish late tewensen about. and it was now almost fighting over a bed by the pool while they are going to expand again. pity the kleinschalighe"
Rupert - verified booking
"Fantastic villa and very welcoming owners. Was even better than it looked in the photos. Very close to town and within walking distance of an excellent seafood restaurant. Nice and quiet at night. Great having the indoor pool available. Overall I would give it an 8 out of 10. The small things to improve upon to make it a 10 out of 10 would be:- A detailed welcome pack. It took us a while to work out how the oven worked and it's nice to know about more local stuff- Some basic stuff to get you started, such as filters for the coffee machine, cooking oil, salt and pepper. We bought a salt and pepper mill and left them behind at the house - I hope they continue to then leave these sort of basics behind for next guests- Slightly better cooking utensils. The tin opener was a very old fashioned and hard to use type, and a decent chopping knife would have been good- The indoor pool could have done with a clean before we arrived. It was overall very good, but had a few insects in and the deep end floor looked a bit grubbyAs I say, these are small things, and I only raise them as I think it is a new villa to be on the rental market, so there is scope to pick up on constructive feedback. We would definitely consider staying again."
Claudette - verified booking
"We just got back and have a great week behind, these people have heart and soul poured in a beautiful complex, beautiful, well-kept, complete, clean and beautiful chalets, t / m your own complete set of garden furniture on your porch, even though you shares the estate with each other, you have enough privacy, the cottages are arranged and sufficiently apart. The pool is spotless and large enough, a nice kiddie pool, plenty of sun loungers on the sunny pool terrace. Every morning freshly baked pastries and croissant owners themselves, he used baker / cook, "the evening you can eat in the restaurant-reception / information desk but you can also get just ice cream. Highly recommended for families with smaller children, it can enjoy running around the estate. Plenty of greenery and trees so plenty of shade and cool during extreme heat. In the immediate vicinity are several wineries where you can taste wine, you can hike, canoe riding on the Dordogne etc. Sure if you just get in the car, there is plenty to do in the area."