You will find in this guide all the useful information for your stay.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the property saw the flora of its park and its meadows evolve with the planting of multiple honey species. The buildings also flourished: a honey house with its sawmill part, its storage rooms for logs upstairs, its machine tool rooms for making the hives and their hoppers, its extraction part... With its large bay windows overlooking the Anglin, this building was a dream to transform into a large loft ending in a small traditional cob house dating from the 16th century open on the terrace on the river.
You can adjust the temperature of the accommodation using the thermostat to the left of the bay window in the living room.
The first position of the thermostat is for daytime house heating. The second concerns the night house. The third concerns the minimum temperature from which the boiler starts. Above all, do not modify the third position.
Please be careful not to overheat the house. Beyond the cost that this represents, we ask you to consider the environmental impact.