Situated in a stunning garden, this pretty 300 year-old cottage has been entirely renovated (2009) by the owners, who are both painters. The cottage is well equipped and very comfortable for four people (80 square metres.) There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with two single beds, and one bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with oven, four electric rings, oven hob, large fridge/freeze, microwave and cooking utensils. There is a dishwasher and washing machine; also an ironing board and iron, and a hair dryer. There is a terrace for sitting outside with pots of flowers and garden furniture and a barbecue. The owners have a 6000 square metre garden with many beautiful trees and bushes and plants, where you are free to walk. Located 3 km from the village centre which is, renowned for its church spire (54 metres high); there are the butcher, baker, grocery stores, doctor, chemist Post Office and Tourist Office. Local products in the market on Friday mornings.
Situated on the edge of the largest beech forest in France (1100 hectares) in France (the Forest de Lyons) one one of the most beaitiful .Ideal for ramblers and bikers, there is also fishing, riding and swimming nearby.
Nearby are the villages of Ry, Buchy, Blainville-Crevon, etc. connected with Flaubert's Madame Bovary. In Blainville-Crevon, there is a Festival of Archeo-Jazz every summer in the ruins of the former castle.
10 km from La Feuillie is the pretty village of Lyons-la-Forêt, with its outside cafés and antique dealers. Visit the small market on Sunday morning and drink your coffee in one of the outside cafés.
There is also an open-air swimming pool and tennis courts.
The nearest town to the cottage is Gournay-en-Bray, 15 kms distant , where there is the biggest market for local produce and especiallyfor fish, cheese, cream, cider, honey, etc (market days : Tuesday and Friday).
There are six supermarkets in Gournay, some selling cut-price petrol and also several restaurants and cafés.
There are numerous banks, the Post Office and Tourist Officde.
There is a big swimming pool and tennis courts.
In Forges-les-Eaux, 20 minutes away there is a Casino and Balnotherapy Centre (also a market on Thursdays).
In the surrounding countryside there are many 'châteaux' to visit, for example the Château de Martainville (Norman Art and Traditions) and the Château de Vascoeuil (where there are many exhibitions of famous painters ands a garden 'à la française'.
Another pretty village to visit is Gerberoy, 15 minutes away, famoous for its roses and hydrangeas.(One of the prettiest villages in France)
You must not give Rouen a miss (where Joan of Arc was supposed to have been burned at the stake by the English). There are several marvellous cathedrals and churches and museums. The main cathedral is lit up every evening reproducing one of Monet's paintings.
Children will enjoy the miniature train which takes you on a guided tour of Rouen.
For shopping you have the Printemps, Galeries Lafayette and Monoprix as well as manyother smaller shops.
There are numerous good restaurants, especially in the pedestrian area in the centre of town
Giverny is 40 minutes away. and there 60 gardens open to the public in Seine Maritime.
Forchildren there are two Amusement Parks (St Paul and Bocasse, within easy reacxh and Disneyland is under two hours away.
Paris is 90 minutes away.
The port of Dieppe, with its marina, balnotherapopy and numerous fish restaurants is about an hour away.