Le Chene Rond Chambre d'hote & Gite

From $66 / night

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Description from the owner

  • B&B
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 10

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Le Chene Rond Chambre d'hote & Gite

Book a room or book the complete Farm, the choice is yours. What ever you decide you will love the Deux-Sevres countryside and the friendly people.

Our rooms are external of the main building so that you have the utmost privacy and enables you to come and

go as you please.

Chambre d'Hote 50 to 55 euros per night/per room

We have 4 rooms

1 Double Room Sleeping 2 - 50 euros per night

2 Rooms sleeping up to 4 - 50 euros per night

1 Room Sleeping up to 5 - 55 euros per night


Rented for a week minimum

600 - 750 euros per week.

Le Chêne Rond is a nineteenth century Farm house set in over thirteen acres of enclosed meadow land. ...Read more

About the owner

Pete B.

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Le Chene Rond Chambre d'hote & Gite
Secondigny, Poitou-Charentes, France

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The delights of the department of Deux Sevres are relatively undiscovered making this gem of traditional, rural France a real treasure to explore.

In a department that takes its name from 2 rivers which have their source within its boundaries – the Sevres Nantaise and Sevres Noirtaise – water plays an important role.

The Marais-Poitevin area of marshes and woodlands is one of Deux Sevres’s most popular attractions. In this ‘Green Venice’, 900 miles of shady meadows and waterways originally built by eleventh century monks around the Sevres Niortais, farmers can still be seen visiting their fields by flat bottomed boat.

Take a punt with a local guide who’ll point out wildlife from eels to egrets, or follow the numerous paths and cycle tracks, stopping along the way at pretty marsh villages such as Arcais or Le Vanneau which hosts a traditional floating market in summer.

The visitor centre at Coulon illustrates the customs and traditions of life on the marshes, and lunch or dinner in the village is the ideal place to try some of the gourmet food of the Marais – melons, parthenais beef, eel, white mojettes beans, small creamy chabichou goat cheese and desserts and drinks flavoured with angelica.

The mild climate of the Thouet Valley supports hillsides dotted with vineyards, cereal crops and fruit trees, while the river is popular with anglers and its steep sided meanders boast beautiful arched bridges and Romanesque churches.

The town of Thouet is full of architectural and historical interest and nearby Chateau d’Oiron is particularly fine. Towns also worth a visit are lively Niort and Parthenay – a medieval town that was once a major stopover on the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela.

Moncoutant, in north west Deux Sevres, makes a great day out. This international nature and angling centre on specially managed lakes set between forests and meadows can be enjoyed both by fishermen and those who love walking, horse riding and mountain biking.

More About This Location

Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest airport: La Rochelle, 60.02 miles
Nearest ferry port: Caen, 214.99 miles
Nearest train station: Poitiers, 40.02 miles
Car is recommended



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