Chateau de Chambiers
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Hugely misty this morning. Getting out of Nantes was a bit of a nightmare as Snooper froze again. I suppose that she wasn't getting a good gps signal with all the trees. But we did eventually get on the autoroute and headed off to Durtal. We know Durtal - it has narrow cobbled streets. So we knew that we should separate as soon as we ...
... Charente-Maritime department of the Poitou-Charentes.
The town developed around its military harbour when Louis XIV, in the 17th century, had an important naval base built here on what was previously a region of swamps and marshes A short distance east of here, the large 17th century buildings that include the arsenal and the corderie are on the banks of the Charente river. Over the centuries ...
... palm trees, roses and apparently Charlotte tells us there is a tame crane, but we never see it. The property which is quite extensive was a nursery until Charlottes husband passed away five years ago. There are 2 gites and the main residence. Charlotte is absolutely delightful and so helpful. She gives us impromptu lessons in French.
Kitchen, dining and bedroom with shower and toilet downstairs. The whole of the second level is a huge suite with a ...
... trains with a voice over explaining the sights as we drove through town and across the Loire river and back. It would have been good except we couldn't hear the English commentary over the noise of the tractor pulling it! Wednesday Once again another relaxed morning, probably more due to the fact we all stay up so late. With sunset at 10pm we sit outside chatting until long after dark. This morning we went to the La Flèche market, a weekly market in ...
I walked up to a viewing place in the peche (hill) to overlook the pretty village and monastery at Brezé, it was so peaceful and lovely.
I am starting to settle into this routine now and can just appreciate the quiet and stillness and just sit and be for a while, watching and listening to nature. Then a walk around the village, a drink on a pavement café in the square, rather strangely there were 4 Harley ...