Le Clos Jean and la petite cour cottages
Welcome to Le Clos Jean and La Petite Cour, self catering holiday cottages situated in the heart of rural Normandy.
Each cottage has been renovated to provide modern facilities within two 200 year old Normandy Longhouses
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Le Clos Jean cottages
Petite cour cottages
NEWLY RENOVATED " THE OLIVES" FOUR BEDROOMED COTTAGE OPEN JULY 2016 LINKED INTERNALLY TO CHESTNUT COTTAGE IF REQUIRED. IDEAL FOR FAMILIES UP TO 22 OR SEPARATELY SLEEPS 12 AND cHESTNUT 10. ASK FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
NEW FOR 2017 THE JAYS AND FINCHES COTTAGE now knocked into one cottage which provides accommodation for 18.
The cottages are easily accessible by car through the eurotunnel, ferry (by the ports of Caen, St Malo, Cherbourg and Le Havre) and air with the airport at Dinard DISCOUNT OF 20% FOR GUESTS USING BRITTANY FERRIES.
We have now in 2017 four fully fitted gites in two locations, separated by a couple of minutes walk across the gardens.
In 'Le Clos Jean' we have renovated the traditional stone Normandy longhouse into 2 lovely gites:
The Jays/Finches with 7 bedrooms now sleeps 18
The Robins 3 bedroomed sleeps 9
New addition: Private pools for each cottages
Across the garden in La Petite Cour, also a traditional longhouse, we have
The Chestnut cottage that sleeps up to 10 people
The Olives sleeps 12
These two cottages can be linked if required. (EACH HAVING NEW PRIVATE POOLS) There are extensive woodland gardens, each cottage has its own private area, and they are peaceful and tranquil to walk through, safe for children and ideal for dogs.
Free wifi Internet access in all cottages for your laptop, ipad or phone.
If you are looking for an interesting, varied and relaxing holiday, with friends or family then Normandy is the perfect place to visit and we are the perfect place to stay. Normandy is a fascinating region with a great blend of coastal and inland culture.
It is full of historical treasures and outstanding sites as well as fantastic golf courses, sports activities and horse riding tours in beautiful extensive countryside.
It is also famous for its gastronomy, producing 60% of the country's apple cider, notably the cider brandy Calvados and it's famous cheeses - Camembert, Pont l'Évêque and Livarot.
The area played host to The Impressionist artists and major literary figures including Guy de Maupassant, Marcel Proust and Gustave Flaubert.
Here there is something for everyone of all ages and where better to experience it all then from the comfort and luxury of our cottages.
So please go ahead and have a look around. A must is a visit to Mt St Michel and its famous monastery.