This delightfully restored former waggon shed lies on the edge of the peaceful village of Houdetot. The Colombage property has been converted to retain much of the original character and boasts a covered area with table tennis. The Seine-Maritime is home to some of Normandy’s most historic centres, and to some less well known delights such as the seaside village of Veules-les-Roses, only a short drive from Houdetot. Perhaps the region’s most prestigious landmark is Rouen with its Cathedrale Notre-Dame, the subject of many of Monet’s paintings. Ground floor: Entrance. First floor: Beamed living/dining room with woodburner, corner kitchen, French windows to balcony. Double bedroom. Double bedroom with additional single bed. Bathroom with shower attachment. WC
- Private garden within 2½ hectares of land with fenced pond (take care with toddlers)
- Central heating
- TV (French channels only)
- DVD (small library)
- Garden furniture
- Table tennis.
7.5km S of Veules-les-Roses (beach, historic village), 7km W of Luneray (Sunday market), 12km SE of St. Valery-en-Caux (large town, shopping, yachting), 23km SW of Dieppe (port town, all amenities), 43km NW of Rouen (historic city, all amenities).