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Your Gite in Le Gua en Charente Maritime

Ref. n° 17G65064

LE GARDOUR Locality : Souhe

Gite n° 17G65064

Classification : 3 Epis
Capacity : 4 persons
Number of rooms : 2 rooms
No pets allowed No pets allowed


Self-contained renovated PANDA gîte, adjoining other buildings in area good for bird watching & wildlife. Kitchen/living room/lounge. Microwave. Tumble-drier. Satellite TV, VCR, hi-fi. France Télécom card phone. Electric heating (extra charge). Bathroom. WC. 1st floor: WC, 2 attic bedrooms (double bed) (2 single beds). Private fenced garden. LPO (French bird protection society) hide. Bed & household linen, towels for hire. Optional cleaning (14€/hour). On request: canvas cot, high chair & baby bath. Firewood for sale. Damage deposit: 320€. Introduction to bird watching, nature exploration with owner.



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Interior plan

Plan intérieur


Capacity : 4 persons
Number of rooms : 2 rooms
Surface : 85 m²
No pets allowed No pets allowed
Foreign languages : French , English, Italian

Interior equipments


  • Fireplace
  • Baby facilities
  • Internet access
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Tumble dryer
  • TV set

Comfort outside


  • Barbecue
  • Enclosed ground
  • Private ground
  • Garden
  • Enclosed garden
  • Parking
  • Garden furniture

Supplements & Services

  • Sheets rental
  • No free cleaning
  • Location draps/lit
    (10.00 € for : 7 nights)
  • Ménage fin de séjour (forfait)
    (45.00 € for the stay)
  • Towels linen for hire/pers.
    (6.00 € for : 7 nights)
  • Bois
    (40.00 € for the stay)


  • Shops : 3 km
  • Horse riding : 17 km
  • Train station : 10 km
  • Golf : 26 km
  • Swimming-pool : 10 km
  • Beach : 15 km
  • Swimming : 21 km
  • Fishing : 2 km
  • Hiking on the spot
  • Restaurant : 2 km
  • Medical services : 3 km
  • Thermal baths : 10 km
  • Tennis : 3 km
  • Thalasso : 10 km
  • Biking routes on the spot



  • Toddlers

    Our baby-friendly selection makes it easier for young parents to find the ideal place for their holidays : over 250 accommodations are specially equipped for babies and toddlers. They offer all the necessary equipment for families with young children : baby cot, high chair, changing matress, baby bath and potty... No need to bring it all !
  • Internet access

    Accommodation with an access internet by WIFI or wired or ADSL.
  • Spa

    Gîtes de France accommodation within a radius of 10 km of a spa.
  • Countryside

  • Hiking

  • Mountain biking - cycling

Tourism description


    Rochefort and its surroundings

    Set between the land and the sea, Rochefort-Océan has no ocean views but it does have a port and was a great naval shipyard. Located at the mouth of the river Charente, which can be crossed via the transporter bridge, the port has linked the town, for over 300 years, to the Atlantic some 20 km away. Halfway between Rochefort and La Rochelle stands Fouras, an important centre for oyster- and mussel-farming. The warm sea currents which wash against its headland help foster the growth of oysters and mussels - top quality produce that is best sampled on the spot, facing the sea.
  • AIX
    Take a day trip to the Ile d'Aix. The ferry leaves from the Port de la Fumée in Fouras and the 20 minute crossing will bring you to this haven of peace and quiet. The Ile d'Aix is like a large garden with lots of hollyhocks. On this miniature island nature rules. There are no traffic noises as visitors may only walk, cycle or ride in a horse-drawn carriage! Nature may be all around but so is history. With its fortified village and forts, Fort de la Rade and Fort Liédot, the Ile d'Aix is a veritable fortress. In the past it protected the naval shipyards of Rochefort. Napoleon spent his last hours of freedom here before being exiled to St Helena.
    The glittering isle of Oléron … lovely, unspoilt natural settings, superb beaches, wonderful heritage - the second largest island in France, is great for sports and for wildlife. On the west side, facing the Atlantic, the island boasts a unique series of long sandy beaches stretching from Saint-Trojan to Chassiron. Winds and tide can make the sea a safe playground for children or an altogether more challenging place for adults. The waves provide enjoyment for beginners and the more experienced. Windsurfing, surfing, sand yachting … you're in for a fun-filled holiday!
    Marennes, on the right bank of the Seudre estuary, is the cradle of French oyster-farming. Marennes-Oléron oysters have a unique colour due to the presence of microscopic algae, the Blue Navicula, in the oyster beds where they mature. Today Marennes-Oléron is the foremost oyster-farming centre in Europe, its production varying between 40 and 60,000 metric tons depending on the year. The Marennes-Oléron area also boasts a fine military heritage with Fort Chapus or Fort Louvois at Bourcefranc-le-Chapus and Vauban's citadel at Brouage. The Moulin des Loges (tidal mill) at Saint-Just-Luzac, in the middle of the marshes, is also worth a visit.

    Royan - the Côte Sauvage - La Palmyre

    Tucked between the Côte Sauvage and the Gironde estuary, Royan, capital of the Côte de Beauté, is an historic seaside resort. All along the coast at Royan there are great places to walk or cycle. For a good family day out try La Palmyre Zoo - the kids will love it! Expect to spend about 4 hours in this open air Noah's Ark, open all year and home to over 1,600 animals. Les Mathes-La Palmyre offers a range of activities, it 30 km of fine sandy beaches are perfect to start learning or to practise water sports, including sailing, kite-surfing, even jet-skiing.
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