The house Brunhilda was established in common farm Balagny. Dominated by its high tower of the thirteenth century, the buildings have kept their own authenticity agricultural areas of Valois. It owes its name to a Merovingian queen who had it restored a Roman road: the Chaussée Brunehaut, which connected Soissons in Paris. The floor is now a forest road.
Marie-Claire Delacommune warmly welcomes you to this privileged place for the weekend or the week and offers you to enjoy different activtés.
DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRY
On the ground floor: a large room with a seating area, dining room and kitchen.
Upstairs 3 bedrooms:
The "Prix de Diane" a room with a double bed (160x200), a bathroom with bath, shower, double basins, towel, hairdryer, toilet.
The "Polo Club" a room with three single beds (90x190) with a bed drawer provides additional sleeping (180x90), bathroom with shower and heated towel rail.
The "Derby" Great room with a double bed (160/200), a bathroom with shower, toilet, towel dryer, hair dryer.
The cottage has a garden and private parking providing overlooking the paddocks for horses.