Our 19th century barn, meticulously restored is located in the middle of the Chateaux de la Loire. Special care and attention to detail is reflected in the interior design. You can relax in our contemporary garden where we have a 17m heated lap pool.
Our barn is situated in the middle of the village of Pontlevoy. The bedroom is on the ground-floor with a private entrée. The size is 35m2 with a king size bed, an en-suite shower-room with separate toilets and a sitting area. Our bedroom has a ceiling fan and is well insulated. The bedding is hotel quality, we also provide bathrobes and toilet amenities. Each room has a Nespresso machine and a TV. For more details see our other listings.
You will have direct access to the patio, with chairs and tables for your private use. A hearty breakfast with local produce is served on the patio or in the dining room. A seating area with a fireplace is provided for our guests where books and games are available. Our guests can swim in our 17m long heated lap pool with pool loungers and umbrellas or relax in our large contemporary garden. The pool is closed on Sunday afternoon for maintenance as well as at night for security reasons. A secure parking in the property is at your disposal. Hot Tub (20 euros per couple for 30mn) no children allowed.
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Check-in from 5pm check-out 11am
Price during holidays 160 euros/night and 2 nights stay minimum. Our guesthouse is non smoking but we have outdoor spaces for smokers. We accept our animal friends but we ask their owners to be kind enough to keep the garden clean. The children will be supervised closely by their parents because the swimming pool is not enclosed, it has 2 alarms The pool is a lap pool 150 cm depth. It is prohibited for children under 12 unless they be accompanied by an adult. We expect guests with children to do what is necessary to respect the quietude of the other guests.
David is an Interior Designer from South Africa and Patricia a Trompe l'Oeil artist from France. We worked overseas before settling down in Pontlevoy. We still travel.