Loving conversion of traditional Normandy style building which originally housed a cider press.
The ground floor has a sitting room (pictured), a large dining area with wood burning fire which leads into the spacious well equipped kitchen with modern appliances. The three bedrooms are all upstairs (two en suite).
The house has lots of character with its half timbered walls, oak beamed ceilings, open staircases and original tile and wooden floors. All rooms are very different and each has its own features.
Large terrace and very large secluded orchard garden - a wonderful place for barbecues and relaxing (hammock and large number of chairs/sun loungers provided).Also swings for the young at heart
A wide variety of fruits are grown and you can help yourself if you are lucky enough to be there when they are in season.Many birds are to be found in the garden and horses graze in the adjacent field .
How to find us:-
Fontaine l'abbe is situated just off the D133. If approaching from Bernay then proceed along the D133 for about 7km-the village is signposted to the right.If approaching from Beaumont-le-Roger/Serquigny then follow the D133 for 2km after Serquigny and we are signposted on the left hand side. Take the turnoff and after about 1km you will come to a STOP sign and crossroads-turn right and our entrance gate is 50 metres away on your right hand side opposite the village school.
Ample on site parking is provided for up to 3 cars.There is a converted barn approx 20 metres from the house which is retained by the owners for their occasional personal use. The barn has its own garden area which is completely secluded from the main house.