The Guesthouse

Discover the charm of our spacious guesthouse nestled in the heart of France. Our grand gite features an expansive living room bathed in natural light from a full glass facade, complete with a cozy wood-burning stove for those chilly evenings. Unwind with a book from our multilingual library, offering selections in Dutch, French, and English, or express yourself musically with our on-site piano.

Accommodations include three inviting bedrooms: one conveniently situated on the same level as the living room and two additional rooms in the basement, which open onto the terrace. Each bedroom comfortably houses two adults, while the downstairs rooms can each welcome three children, allowing for a total of eight guests at no extra cost.

The guesthouse boasts a fully-equipped kitchen for all your culinary needs, a bathroom featuring a bath, basin, and toilet, plus an additional separate basin in the hall and another standalone toilet and shower for added convenience.

Step outside to the terrace, where you’ll find a large table and BBQ setup perfect for al fresco dining. This year, we’re excited to introduce a new play area near a delightful poodle spot by our private stream, ideal for children’s adventures. Additionally, our expansive flat car park doubles as a playfield for badminton or jeu de boules, ensuring entertainment for all ages.

Join us for a memorable stay where comfort meets nature, all at an unbeatable value.

There are plenty of well-known and less well-known swimming spots in the river in the area, and every day there is a morning market somewhere nearby. Of course, there are nice terraces and restaurants to be found, but also your own large terrace with BBQ and pizza wood oven is a great place to relax. Or in the hammocks under the apple tree…. I’ve also mapped out a few day trips, for instance to the market in Coucouron in the morning, lunch somewhere there at midday or a picnic under the pine trees on the beach of Lac d’Issarlès, a crater lake with pedalos.

In close proximity, guests have the opportunity to engage in canyoning at the renowned Pont du Diable in Thueyts. A visit to the Ardèche region is deemed incomplete without the experience of canoeing. Prepare for an hour’s journey into the valley, where you can embark on a canoeing adventure towards the iconic Pont d’Arc. Alternatively, the Chassezac River offers a less frequented yet potentially more picturesque route. I am delighted to offer an abundance of recommendations to enhance your stay.