Useful Information

Arrival and departure

Changeover day is Saturday. On arrival you will need to lodge € 200 with me against breakages.

Arrival: The gîtes are usually cleaned and ready from around 4pm. If this is inconvenient you can arrive earlier and relax by the pool until the preparations are finished. If you are going to be very late I will stay up but please let me know or I will be imagining traffic accidents!

Departure: On the day of departure I need the bedclothes, mats and towels as soon as possible (9am but keep a couple of bath towels for last minute showers) and for the gîte to be cleaned and ready for inspection by midday at the latest. It is actually best to own up to any breakages as they occur so that they can be replaced during your holiday, rather than on the final inspection, when I have to guess at replacement costs.

How much will it cost?

Prices per gîte per week are:

If a week goes up to the 5th of the next month then the cost is the second month price. For example if a week fell on the 27 May - 3 June it would be June prices, and the 30 Sept - 7 Oct would be October prices.

Stays longer than one week attract discounts, negotiable and depending on the number of weeks and the season.

Please click below for the availability calendar:

Au Marcassin

Au Cocorico

Contact Details

Owner: Fran Ashworth

UK telephone 00 44 (0)1258 817638

France telephone 00 33 (0)5 49 70 09 71

Email franashworth79@gmail.com

Property address: La Chandurière, 79240, St Paul en Gatine, France

Transport

The gîtes are in a rural position with no immediate transport network. To get out and about you need to have a car.

Driving over

Lots of choice of ferries depending where you live. The shortest drive through France is from St Malo (3.5 hours) but it is the longest ferry trip. The shorter crossings are obviously much cheaper (LD lines often has some very low cost deals) but then you have a much longer drive.

Fly-drive

Train-drive

Car Hire

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