Set in the centre of a quiet village, our house offers you tranquillity and privacy in its central sunny courtyard, as well as being an ideal base to explore the Normandy countryside.
L'Hirondellier was originally part of the village gendarmerie, we still have two prison cells. It is now an independent, self-contained cottage adjoining our main house. The central sunny courtyard is an ideal place for eating out, relaxing and just chilling out while only a step from the village street.
As well as the courtyard, you will have the use of a roofed barbeque. There is also a utility room across the courtyard, with a washing machine and tumble dryer.
As we live just next door, we are available for any help or information you might need, to help you enjoy your stay. We can advise on walks, sporting venues and visits to local attractions.
The house has several changes of level and is not suitable for wheelchair users.
We already have two resident cats so we can not allow you to bring any pets.
Please do not smoke in the house.
My husband Edward and I are retired, and have been living in France since 1999. When Edward retired from teaching art in England for some years we ran residential painting holidays from our home in Normandy. We like painting and photography, and I sing in two female a capella groups. We have two vintage cars, a 1922 Ford Model T and a 1929 Model A and two cats.
Our 300 year-old home is the old gendarmerie of the village, we still have two prison cells! With our cars we go on rallies in France, and this year we are attending a Model A rally in Brittany.