The gîte « Les Glycines » was built some time in the late 1700s and shares a large, secluded courtyard with the owners' house, built in 1910.
The courtyard benefits in summer from the shade of a wisteria, planted in the 1960s by the previous owners - (who were winegrowers). There are several spots where we let the sun through, though! In winter there are no leaves on the wisteria and the sun does what it likes. Round about Easter, it is covered with aromatic flowers!
The house consists of:
A good-sized lounge with full double sofabed, 2 armchairs and additional sofa, TV and DVD player.
A large kitchen-diner easily able to seat six with room to spare.
1 double bedroom.
1 twin bedroom.
The bedroom windows look out over the courtyard.
1 bathroom with shower, WC and washbasin.
Double glazed throughout.
Full central heating (included in the price)