Sainte-Mere-Eglise Farmhouse Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 8 ,2 double beds, 3 single beds and a children's landing
This traditional stone Cotentin farmhouse, set in own safe grounds, has been modernised to accommodate two families in four bedrooms (bdrm 1: two singles; bdrm 2: one double; bdrm 3: one large double, one single: Single child's bed on landing). Safe, sandy beach with dunes 2 km. Wifi .installed. Popular local restaurant walking distance. Fontenay 18 hole links golf course 3 km.
House provides a full-sized dish-washer, washing machine/drier, a powerful shower with plentiful hot water, a new kitchen with large oven and new fridge incorporated into the sitting/dining room with large open fire-place for family cooking/eating. The dining table seats 10 people. It further has a separate sitting/reading room. On site parking for three cars. Table tennis and basketball can be played in barn. BBQ provided. The house is particularly safe and convenient for toddlers/young children. There’s a garden enclosed with ample room for paddling pool and garden games.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
- smoking allowed
About David Broad
London-based British Francophile family , with French relations in Paris. Purchased house 30 years ago as a family holiday house and used annually by successive generations - fully equipped to keep children of all ages busy and content .. Large swing and climbing frame added this year for young grand-children.
David Broad purchased this farmhouse in 1984
Why David Broad chose Sainte-Mere-Eglise
We s with city livingtayed with friends nearby in 1976 and liked the seaside and rural character - not over-touristy and an overall gentleness to contrast
What makes this farmhouse unique
Beach cycling distance. D-Day history
Guestbook comments from the owner
La of Sa Fontaine was an excellent place to base our exploration of the Cotentin Peninsular and the D-Day beaches. The stone house had very comfortable sleeping arrangements with lots of space and facilities. It also had a rich library of information on the region. The near-by village of Ste Mere Eglise which we passed through twice a day on our way to and from the highway had a great grocery store and a wonderful market on Thursdays.