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Number 7

in detail

This mini-gîte started off life as a stable then was switched to house bullocks when horses were no longer used on the farm.  Then we happened to it - it was the first habitable space on the property and is now the latest of the gîte conversion.  Ideal for solo or couple occupation for people out and about all day and just looking for somewhere to sleep, eat and shower wellcome to Number 7

3 seater sofa under bed on legs with storage to the right and behind for clothing. Ladder to get up to bed behind sofa
Fold up table with 2 folding chairs as dining area
dining table folded down and television on the right - more storage under tv

The living area

A small 3 seater sofa bed partly under the high sleeper to watch English or French tv.  A folding dining table with chairs for work or eating.

You can see storage possibilities for clothing and whatever else you might need to put away under the high sleeper.

Plenty of daylight from windows in the kitchen area and an electrically controlled velux over the bed. 

Small but perfectly formed

Despite its diminutive size the kitchen area has all the amenities - there's no oven but I've provided an air fryer and an electric wok to make up for it and there's always the microwave.  The bathroom factilities take up half the building! Separate washbasin, large shower and separate wc.

stool under work surface and kitchen window view - colourful tiles
show room with colourful tile motif in mostly white tile décor, theremostatic tap
large wash basin under gold mirror with pine wall and continued tile décor
forest mural in living area and ladder up to bed
white bed linen on double mezzanine bed, shelves and socket accessible velux above bed

exterior view from kitchen window

And so to Sleep

The high sleeper is Queen size (140cm x 200cm) there's a ladder to get up to it.  Lie in bed and look at the stars through the electric velux window equipped with a black out blind. There is a vertical blind for privacy or you can check out the view of garden and trees.


This is what else you can expect from your stay at Guernegroach


Bed linen 

For an extra charge of 10€ per person/change sheets and towels can be provided - the beds will be made up for your arrival free of charge.

Vaccum Cleaner


The Gîtes de Guernegroach function on the premise that you leave the Gîte as you found it - if you don't want the chore of cleaning the Gite before you leave I can take care of that for you.

  the Studio ..... 50€

 the Chaumière.....90€

Drying Laundry

Washing Machine

The Laundry Room houses a washing machine (you bring your own detergents)  and tumble dryer (honesty box 1€ per load).


Little extras


Bear in mind that out here in the country we don't have the bandwidth of the big cities ... yet

dvd library

Yes this does make lots of people laugh

on site management

I live on site and am available for any problems, tips, help even interpreting ... within reasonable working hours of course.

Free parking

There is parking space in front of each of the gîtes for 2 or 3 cars

fire pit

One fire pit with a drop down dead gorgeous view for everyone

central heating

According to season....

pick your own fruit

According to season....

red circle with diagonal line through it - no go icon

not handicap accessible

I'm really, really sorry but all my gîtes have either stairs or ladders....

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