Contact the owner:
Brigitte et Patrick FRANCOIS
Phone : 00 33 546 354 771
Phone (cellular) : 00 33 680 628 456


Updates the 26/06/2019
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Your Gite in Puyravault en Charente Maritime

Ref. n° 17G35052


Gite n° 17G35052

Classification : 2 Epis
Capacity : 2 persons
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No pets allowed No pets allowed


On property adjoining house, single level renovated studio with separate access from street. Kitchen/lounge area/bedroom (queen-size bed convertible to two 80cm beds). Microwave. Free laundry service (wash/dry) at guesthouse. Shower room/WC. Central heating (no extra charge). Parking. Access to grounds, terrace, house. All charges included in rent. Canvas cot, high sided cot, high chair, playpen, baby bath available. Bed & household linen, towels supplied. Cleaning (at end of holiday) included in rent. Games & books shared with people staying at guesthouse: billiards, board games, table tennis, volleyball, badminton, boules.



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Interior plan

Plan intérieur


Capacity : 2 persons
Surface : 34 m²
No pets allowed No pets allowed
Foreign languages : French , English, Spanish, German, Italian

Interior equipments


  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Freezer
  • Baby facilities
  • Internet access
  • Washing machine
  • DVD player
  • Microwave
  • Ground floor only
  • Tumble dryer
  • TV set

Comfort outside


  • Barbecue
  • Private ground
  • Parking
  • Table tennis
  • Swing
  • Garden furniture

Supplements & Services

  • Sheets rental
  • No free cleaning
  • Towels provided
  • Location draps/lit
    (15.00 € for : 7 nights)
  • Ménage fin de séjour (forfait)
    (35.00 € for the stay)


  • Shops : 5 km
  • Horse riding : 2 km
  • Train station : 5 km
  • Golf : 25 km
  • Swimming-pool : 5 km
  • Beach : 25 km
  • Fishing : 5 km
  • Medical services : 5 km
  • Thermal baths : 30 km
  • Tennis : 500 m
  • Thalasso : 25 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.
  • Bikers

    Motorbikers, these properties are perfect you! Secure, covered shed for motorbike --- access suitable for motor vehicles and easy for road bikes --- Grease spray for chains (some tools, if required, screwdriver, spanners) --- List of petrol stations open 24 hours --- List of local mechanics --- List of nearest restaurants --- Place where clothes can dry --- Storage area for helmets, jackets, boots --- Recent motorbike magazines --- Tourist maps and details of motorbike routes --- Access to weather forecast.
  • Countryside

  • Mountain biking - cycling

  • Horse riding

    you will find all the accommodations which propose the activity equitation and all those unless 5 km of a riding school

Tourism description


    The poitevin Marsh

    All of the poitevin Marsh extends on approximately 100,000 acres in three departments: Vendée, Deux-Sèvres and Charente-Maritime. The poitevin Marsh is made up of several large entities ecological and landscape related to hydraulic operation. Spread over 15,000 hectares, the wet Marsh is a maze of channels (4000 km) tinged with shades of green. Dried Marsh, s Bay l sting to Marans on the departments of Charente-Maritime and Vendée, and offers a landscape grid straight channel separating d vast prairies.

    Charron and its surroundings

    Charron is a village of 'sea farmers', its activities depending on the tides. An outstanding location, enjoying a combination of fresh and salt water, and its many hours of sunshine make it the realm of mussel-farming. Cultivated mussels are its most famous product, bearing the trademark: "La Charron". This little village stands on the Baie de l'Aiguillon, linking the Marais Poitevin to the sea, an area which extends into the Charente Maritime and Vendée departments, a paradise for birds and cultivated mussels.
  • LR

    La Rochelle and its surroundings

    La Rochelle is a beautiful, big-hearted town, a thousand years old but with its sights set firmly on the future. Free, independent, thriving, La Rochelle was always different to other French towns and has had an eventful history. The "Rondes de nuit", organised by the local Tourist Information Office at nightfall, are an unusual way to find out about La Rochelle's history and to see inside buildings not normally open to the public!
  • SURG

    The Aunis valley

    Very close to the Marais Poitevin and not far from La Rochelle, Surgères boasts a truly outstanding historical and architectural heritage and enjoys a solid reputation in the dairy industry. The Romanesque church of Notre Dame de Surgères, with its unusual octagonal bell-tower, stands within the medieval walls of the town centre. This religious building is one of the loveliest in Aunis and Saintonge, with its richly carved façade and mysterious crypt with frescoes. A short distance away, along the old wall, can be seen the remains of the towers and gates of the old prisons. This architectural ensemble is surrounded by a lovely park - perfect for a gentle stroll and an excellent spot for that family picnic.
  • AULN

    Just outside Aulnay

    Not far from Aulnay, in summer, you can discover the oldest breed of donkey: the Baudet du Poitou! A traditional Saintonge farm is home to she-donkeys, Poitevin carthorses and female mules. Take the guided tour to find out about their history and see them at close quarters in the meadows.

    Heart of Vals de Saintonge

    At the heart of the Saintonge Valleys stands the charming historic town of Saint Jean d'Angély. An important place of worship in its own right, Saint-Jean-d'Angély was also a major stopping place on the Santiago de Compostella pilgrim way. The town became prosperous in the 18th and 19th centuries thanks to its river traffic and brandy trade. The medieval half-timbered houses and many townhouses in the narrow, winding streets of the old town bear witness to its illustrious past. Much favoured by fishermen, the sparkling river Boutonne winds through the Saintonge Valleys. The green and gently rolling countryside around Saint-Jean-d'Angély is very pleasant, with over 40 walking/hiking trails and 3 mountain bike tracks.

    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.
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    Romanesque art in the Aunis

    The Aunis area retains many buildings which bear witness to the Romanesque movement which flourished in the 12th century. Although many churches were damaged in the Wars of Religion, a few jewels of Romanesque art survived: the church of Notre-Dame de Surgères, the elaborate façades of the churches at Vandré, Vouhé, Forges d'Aunis, Bouhet, the murals in the churches at St Mard, the church at Puyrolland - are all well worth a visit. The Romanesque church of Notre Dame de Surgères is dominated by its unusual octagonal bell-tower. This religious building is one of the loveliest in Aunis and Saintonge, with its richly carved façade and mysterious crypt with frescoes. A short distance away, along the old wall, can be seen the remains of the towers and gates of the old prisons.
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