Beautifully furnished, close to the natural swimming pond, very quiet. The bathroom and compost toilet right next door. Large terrace, 1 double, 2 single beds, kitchen and extra space for your luggage. Great view!
The gypsy wagon is built on an old flatcar and can still move. Ron built it completely by himsel. The decoration is very cosy and cheerful: you'll feel like a chipsy rolling through the French countryside. A large storage box under the car for your suitcases. In the morning you can dive straight in the pool. The chipsywagon is uniquely situated with great views!
The bathroom and toilet are located in an apartment building next to the gypsy wagon. You use a dry toilet, very environmentally friendly and absolutely comfortably.
Terrace in front of your chipsy wagon, you can use bbq, reclining chairs, toys and bikes for the children. The property is 2.5 acres, there is a natural swimming pool and lots of space to walk and play. There are more gites, and tents for rent on a small campsite. There are 6 pony's a horse, a lovely dog, 6 cats and chickens.
We also live at Brenazet and can give you all the information about the area. Meet up with the other guests, eat with us for dinner, join yoga classes or go on a canoe trip with Ron. Children can brush the pony's and have a ride.
*Breakfast 7€50 pp
* Dinner on reservation 24h in advance
*Bedlinnen is included, please bring towels
*Shower and dry toilet in separate building next to the chipsywagon
* no smoking inside
* animals are welcome
從2018年7月07日 - 2018年8月24日起最短住宿天數為7晚。
Ron and Mariken will welcome you on their beautifull French farm in the middle of France. Ron is a real handy man and makes everything at Brénazet with his own hands. Ron loves canoeing and mountainbiking. Mariken loves coocking and gardening and taking care of the poneys and the horse. She does vipassana meditation and is a yogateacher: " We both love nature and we enjoy the calm and peacefull life at the French countryside. We still like travelling but are not going away from the farm that often anymore. Meeting our guests is also a form of traveling, we love to meet new people and to welcome them in our little paradise in the heart of France"