Le Jardin du Jauny, would make the perfect setting for a romantic holiday for nature lovers, with its various hiking trails, but equally it’s a fantastic place to sit back and relax. The house and the gite have been completely renovated in 2011, providing a mix of antique furniture and modern equipment. They are both surrounded by a large garden and are peacefully secluded.
As soon as you enter the gate you immediately feel the delightfulness of nature meeting you.
The gite has been renovated in 2015, using original the materials.
living/kitchen/dining room with fire place
bathroom with spacious shower
2 bedrooms (baby bed available)
The Barn : laundry room with washing machine/dryer.
Servicios y zonas comunes
The house is set amidst enchanting nature in the heart of France, 3 hours south of Paris. One can find deer, game, wild boars, falcons and many other wild animals here. The house is situated on a cul-de-sac, just a 5 minutes walk from the old picturesque village of Vesdun, with its nice recently restored restaurant, with its terrace opposite to the church and with its small convenience store, selling freshly baked baquettes croissants and all products from this region.
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We live in the Netherlands and occasionally are in the large house in the same garden, but every house has all its privacy !
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Hi, Welcome at 'Le Jardin du Jauny'.
We are a couple and live in The Hague, The Netherlands, but try to be very often in France, the country where my mother comes from, so a part of my roots.
The house that makes the perfect setting for a romantic holiday for nature lovers, is the place we love to be. With its various hiking trails, but equally it’s a fantastic place to sit back and relax. The house has been completely renovated in 2011, providing a mix of antique furniture and modern equipment. The cottage is surrounded by a large
garden and is peacefully secluded.
This part of France, near Bourges, which was the former capital of France, is not touristic. In the Middle Ages it used to be a rich part of France, which you can still see because of all the Roman Churches you'll find in the neighbourhood.
The village Vesdun, where the house is situated has a nice recently renovated restaurant opposite to the old roman Church with its fresco's from the 11th century