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On the grounds of Champs de la Croix two guesthouses, gîtes, are situated: La Grande Maison (the Big House) and La Petite Maison (the Smaller House). They are both for rent separately. Since they are on the same ground it offers also the ideal situation for two families celebrating their holidays together.

LA PETITE MAISON, the smaller guesthouse - 4 ps - 2 bedrooms - WIFI

La petite maison is an idyllic French house, half concealed behind a profusion of flowers and greenery.

This guesthouse has a living room with a fireplace and a woodstove, shelves with books, periodicals, tourist information and hiking maps of the entire Morvan. The kitchen is equipped with a gas cooker, an electric oven, a fridge, a toaster, an electric kettle, a coffee-maker, a lemon squeezer, a mixer. Outside you'll find a cot and for the little ones an inflatable pool, sandbox, slide and swings.

In order for our houses to be accessible to everyone, we have decided that no pets will be allowed on our property. We also kindly ask you not to smoke inside our houses.

The rental season of la petite maison runs from April to October

For prices, see our page rates.

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LA GRANDE MAISON, the big guesthouse
1 - 10 persons – 4 bedrooms, each with their own bathroom - WIFI - central heating - can be rented in all seasons

This guesthouse is fully central heated, it has a fireplace, piano, washing machine, dryer, a large stainless steel cooker including a big oven and a cooker hood, a combined fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, a second electric oven and full cooking utensils. For the little ones there is a small inflatable pool, a sandbox, a slide and swings.

In order for our houses to be accessible to everyone, we have decided that no pets will be allowed on our property. We also kindly ask you not to smoke inside our houses.

The prices of la grande maison (heating costs incuded): see our page : rates.

 

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Gîtes de Charme in the Morvan, the green heart of Burgundy !
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