|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Bedroom 1: 2 x 3ft single beds.
Bedroom 2: 2 x 3ft single beds.
There is a 3ft single chair bed currently in lounge for 1 extra person but guests must bring their own bedding and towels.
Each bedroom has its own en suite shower room.
Kitchen has stainless steel sink, electric hob and oven, integrated fridge and dishwasher as well as a breakfast bar with 4 chairs.
Utility room includes stainless steel sink, washing machine, microwave, airer, iron and ironing board.
A high chair, stair gate and travel cot are available, but guests must bring their own cot bedding.
The large dining area has a table and 8 chairs and the lounge area has 2 x 2-seater settees.
At the back is a patio area with table, chairs, umbrella, loungers and a charcoal barbecue.
The properties making up La Cerisaie are The Longere, a spacious 3-bedroomed farmhouse with many period features offering quality, flexible accommodation. and The Etable, a spacious 2-bedroomed barn. The properties can sleep 8 and 5 separately, or you can have both properties therefore sleeping 13. There is plenty of parking and garden/patio space. La Cerisaie is ideally situated just 40-50kms between Le Mans, Tours and Saumur. La Cerisaie is very rural but with lovely walks.
Marilyn Abbott purchased this barn in 2014
The south Brittany coast is about two and a half hours drive, but there are several man-made beaches nearby such as La Monnerie at La Fleche about 20kms away and Lac de Rille between Tours and Saumur.
Driving - Calais 5 hours, Le Tunnel 4.5 hours, Caen 2.5 hours and Le Havre 3 hours. Nearest airport is Tours (40kms) and Nantes, Paris Orly and Poitiers airports are all 2 1/2 hours away. There are train stations in Tours and Le Mans. Car is essential.
La Cerisaie is 40+kms between Le Mans, Tours and Saumur. Nearest village (Broc) is 4km away and nearest town (Le Lude) is 8kms away.
There’s plenty to do in the area with something for everyone – Le Mans for the motor racing, beautiful chateaux, vineyards, cycling, activity parks, museums, wonderful forests, golf courses, horse riding, donkey trekking - and much more. Broc village has a small basic village shop/bread station, church and Mairie, whilst Le Lude has supermarkets, banks, pharmacies and restaurants.