Maison de Chasseurs (Hunter’s House) Between Baud & Camors with Private pool & Fishing Lake
This rustic hunter’s lodge is nestled in the countryside between the two good sized towns of Camors and Baud (closer to the latter). Here you have private pool (open June, July & August), gardens and private fishing lake and wonderful views over the rolling hills.
It is a rambling house with basic kitchen, with microwave, fridge freezer, table top oven, four ring gas hob, dishwasher and butler type sink. It also has a table and benches. There is a washing machine in the utility room. Also downstairs there is a study with table and chair; dining room with large table and seating for six, and stairs off leading to the first floor; where you will find a family bathroom with bath and sink and separate toilet and one double bedroom.
Then there is the large pine clad lounge area with open stone fireplace, TV, DVD and music centre. There is a leather settee and armchair, and a piano here too, and a further seating area with table and chairs.
Stairs again lead off the lounge to the additional two bedrooms upstairs which consist of one single room and one double room, both with wardrobes.
Outside there is a private garden, fully enclosed with sturdy wooden gates, covered parking in a thatched barn, large fenced pool (open June – September, dependent on weather) with garden furniture and BBQ. There are ponies in the stable, which are not for riding, but do keep the grass down in the paddock. Access to the lake is by a small pathway, and you are welcome to fish or just walk around it. It is believed there are both carp and perch available.
Cot and highchair are available. Bed linen is supplied but you will need your own towels. Owner sometimes stays within the grounds to maintain the pool.
|Latitude/Longitude: 47.8602726711132 / -3.01316425390621|
The area is heavily forested, with Camors Forest not far from the house, so plenty of opportunity to ramble and explore. There is also the Camors Adventure Forest which is less than 1mile from the house, there you can explore the tree tops by climbing and sliding down death slides!
From age 9 upwards, not for the faint hearted, I guess. Baud and Camors are good sized towns and are both in very easy reach and have bars, restaurants and the usual compliment of shops. Baud has two large supermarkets as well.
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|Rate summary||£110 - £132||£770 - £920||-||7 Nights||-|