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Nouvelle Aquitaine Cottages
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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."
Amelia - verified booking
"This is a new barn conversion - spacious and well-equipped - and absolutely no problems with the plumbing or electricity supply. The pool is larger than I'd imagined, with effective filters, and has a shaded area which is invaluable for very pale skinned blondes like myself - who are otherwise constantly re-positioning parasols and despairing when they prostrate themselves in the slightest breeze.The view is impressive, and can be enjoyed from the terrace which also has shading. The bedrooms are large and there are three shower rooms (two ensuite) with combination showers - rainfall and standard - with plentiful hot water. The upstairs bedroom also has a bath. The beds are huge and comfortable, and I have to confess to checking the make of pillow so I could buy some for myself! The upstairs living room is quite simply magical. The only (minor) disappointment was that the baby grande piano was locked and I'd have loved to try it out - mine at home is an elderly upright. Perfectly understandable as it's a very beautiful and, I imagine, costly instrument. There is a huge range of books (personal thumbs up for 'Harrius Potter) and DVDs (we chose 'Outnumbered'). The TV plays DVDs only, which wasn't an issue for us as we don't have a TV at home, but perhaps isn't obvious in the house description.This is a beautiful and very comfortable and practical home. We holidayed here with the last two of our five children who are still ok with going on holiday with Mum and Dad, and we have some wonderful memories to treasure. Would we choose to stay here again? Definitely."
Adam - verified booking
"This was our first foreign holiday with my youngest daughter who has coeliac disease and is also dairy protein intolerant. We booked this location because of the almost guaranteed sunshine, the swimming pool and the close proximity to La Rochelle. In a nut shell, we had a fantastic time. The cottage was well equipped, which meant we could cook each night without any issues so my daughter could eat Gluten Free and Dairy Free food. We had a private garden and car parking, the swimming pool was open 24 hours a day and the owners (Alan and Margret) were extremely friendly and nothing was too much trouble. We loved the rural location, but the main A10 road was only a few miles away. The local supermarket was extremely well stocked, sold pretty much everything you would need but the biggest plus point was the excellent range of Gluten Free food. We would defiantly use this cottage again. My children loved the open space, the garden, the play equipment and the swimming pool. The only negative was the amount of flies, especially in the evening. This was not the owners fault and the cottage was based near a farm. Next visit, we will be better prepared to deal with the flies."
Jean - verified booking
"The cottage felt damp following an apparently very wet Spring, and has very little natural light so even on the sunniest days, it was necessary to put the lights on in the living areas, and it felt cool. Although it is very tastefully furnished and every item looks as though it has been deliberately placed for maximum effect, the kitchen and bathrooms are now in need of an upgrade. The lack of WiFi is an issue and although the garden is beautiful, it is across the road from the house and therefore to make maximum use, you have to ensure you take with you all water, suncreams, books etc that you are likely to need as otherwise you have to trek back to the house. There are very few amenities close by, which is fine if peace and solitude is what you are looking for. Otherwise it is a car journey even to buy your breakfast baguette. Finally, beware the stairs if you are not completely mobile and although hairdryer and iron are provided which was not mentioned in the description, the canoe no longer exists."
campion - verified booking
"Lovely situation with views of the countryside. Everybody enjoyed the swimming pool and towels were provided for outside use. The size of the property and the outbuildings gave us space to do what we wanted to. The table tennis (under cover) and badminton were popular. Two tennis courts (free) were a ten minute drive away and were always empty. Being the end of the season there was some wear and tear - the lower rack of the dishwasher had lost some of its wheels and the bases for the sunshades were broken (they could still be used for the tables). The only cause for concern was the steepness of one set of stairs. Because of the layout of the bedrooms it was easier for some of us to use them. All in all we had a great time and would go back again."