Delightful French Townhouse
A few more steps from the central square of the village takes you to a our delightful "Maison de Village", or Village Townhouse, which we have called "Le Petit Manoir".
Suits up to two couples or families of four to five.
Still close to the central square, the grand château and the famous Tour Fenestrelle, this sweet little cottage is a charmingly appointed residence which is very popular with couples, families or even four people.
All levels are equipped with a modern inverter air-conditioning and heating system so you will be comfortable no matter what the weather may bring .
Private lock-up garage just around the corner supplied
•Tiled floors with rug and original arched stone ceilings.
•Renovated kitchen with brand new appliances including induction cook top, oven, microwave, dishwasher, & refrigerator.
•Dining table for four and comfortable sitting area with a sofa and armchairs.
•Television (satellite) with an extensive range of English and French channels (not just news channels) and music system with CD, radio and books.
•Cottage computer for web surfing and entertainment, high speed wifi internet for your laptop or iPad (free access). (this is a feature of all our cottages).
•Telephone with free usage to fixed phones in most countries of the world.
•Large three seater sofa that is very comfortable and can be converted into a spare bed if the need arose.
•First Floor Master Bedroom with original tiling, rugs, Provençal furniture, air-conditioning and large, comfortable Queen-sized bed.
•Bathroom with spacious shower with optional rain-forest shower head, toilet and concealed washing machines.
•Very attractive living area with divan and rattan armchair.
•Flexible use: the divan converts to a comfortable King sized bed or, either one or two single beds as required and there is also a single sofa bed which can be deployed so families with three children can be accommodated.
•It is air-conditioned.
•French windows open out onto the rooftop terrace where you can enjoy en-plein air dining and the bracing air of Provence.
•In Winter with the doors closed you can still enjoy the warmth in the sunroom just inside.
•Discretely placed dryers (two of them) on the terrace.