Gîtes Vallées Oudon-Mayenne

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OPENED IN APRIL 2017. Gites Vallées Oudon-Mayenne is situated in the Maine et Loire region of France and is surrounded by open country side, neighouring the rivers Oudon and the Mayenne. There are four gites, which are self contained converted farm  buildings and are situated in the grounds of the owners home, quite separate, but the owners are there to help you, if required.

Facilities include a shared seasonal secured heated pool 10 x 5 m (1.2 m deep, the whole length). Each gite comes fully equipped with all modern conveniences including three pin English electrical sockets as well as European ones and free WiFi.  All gites have their own patio area to include garden furniture and BBQ with tools.

Included in the price is bed linen, bathroom towels, bath mats, tea towels and electricity and water for domestic use. The kitchens are fully equipped with well stocked cupboards and drawers of cups, glasses, crockery, cutlery, pans, plastic plates and cups for outdoor eating.  Tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, olive oil, herbs, aluminium foil, and kitchen roll are examples of some basic kitchen cupboard supplies that you will find for your use to help you settle in, together with a toilet roll in each bathroom until you plan your shopping trip to experience the gastronomic delights that our local supermarkets have to offer you.

Baby and toddler equipment are available at no extra cost, if required.  If you’ve forgotten anything the owners are happy to assist – they may have just what you are looking for.

On site is a shared pergola, should you want to get to know your neighbours’ over a glass of wine.

Wheelchair users or persons with a mobility impairment are warmly  welcomed and can enjoy purpose built facilities – a large en-suite bedroom with its own large wet room situated on the ground floor of three of the gites.

Hosts Andy and Karen look forward to welcoming you and your family to their newly renovated gites on what was once an authentic working farm.

 

 

 

 

updated May 2019

 

 

 

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