Along with its neighbour, Maison Micheline is named after the former habitants of the property. Jean and Micheline lived in the village for over 30 years, before moving down the road to St Severin in 2010. Maison Micheline occupies the left-hand side of the property, which has been transformed into a comfortable, stylish cottage, graced with lots of charm and modern comforts.
This old stone cottage was rendered in the 1960’s (a very trendy thing to do back then!). Nowadays, a helping of greenery and plants bring a little colour to the grey exterior. On the inside, many of the original stone walls and oak beams remain, adding to the character of the rooms. A large stone fire place dominates the living area downstairs, which is otherwise finished in a clean modern style.
The open plan kitchen is fully specced, with microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, big American fridge and all of the utensils you will need to cater your holiday dining.
At the front of the house is a twin room looking overlooking the village green, and a separate bath/shower room. At the back of the house is a small but lovely double bedroom, with en-suite.
Upstairs, the landing leads to a large twin bedroom (both twin bedrooms can easily be turned into doubles if needed). The spacious master bedroom is also located upstairs, with plenty of wardrobe space, en-suite with double shower, small double doors, flat screen TV, original oak trusses and stone walls.
Outside, Maison Micheline has a small but private garden. A terrace with BBQ and ample space for dining, plus a small grassed area for soaking up the sun or for the little ones to play. With all of the other facilities at Longeveau, only a stones though away..