Charming Townhouse in Beautiful Medieval Village
|Jul 24 2013||Jul 31 2015||-||-||$650||-||1 week|
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Ferrieres is a great centrally located village of about 3,000 inhabitants. You truly get the great feel of a charming old village, surrounded by very beautiful countryside, but also within easy driving distance to major city centres and interesting visiting destinations in every direction. For example: Directly north just over 1 hour away is easy access to Paris by car or by train. 1 hour to the south-west starts the amazing Loire Valley, where great wine country, chateaux, and beautiful cities and towns line the river valley. 1 hour to the south-east is Chablis. Burgundy and the legendary Cote d'Or is about an hour further. Less than 1 hour south is the famous 'Pont Canal' or canal bridge spanning the Loire, built by Mr. Eifel himself. The great city of Fountainbleau and it's art community (Barbizon was located here) and it's stunning royal chateau is about 25 minutes north. Champagne country is about 2 1/2 hours north-east.
Steve Taylor(Australia): 'Ferrieres is a very special place where the real French culture is unspoiled by the regular flow of tourists. Mr Andre, the guardian, is a French treasure in himself. The house itself is a well-appointed and cosy house where up to six people can live in comfort. We rate the house as very good and would stay again, but for longer next time'. Lynette Forester (New Zealand): 'Our family had great pleasure in renting the house for 2 months in order to experience real French village life. We were not disappointed. The experience was overwhelmingly positive.The French people were very friendly, there was lots to do and see, and we also enjoyed day trips to Paris.' Gerald Spawton (Scotland): 'Just wanted to let you know we had a wonderful time and really loved your house. Everyone in Ferrieres that we met made us feel most welcome from the shop workers to people in the street. My children have reaffirmed several times that this was the best holiday they ever had.'