The Riviera on the West Coast of France
Luxurious B&B with two independent studios, each equipped with kitchens. Superb facilities – with terrace, heated swimming pool and beautiful gardens in which to relax, play croquet or try your hand at table-tennis.
Situated in the Charente-Maritime region at St Vivien 15 minutes south of the thriving & vibrant University City of La Rochelle, famous for its amazing architecture and international reputation as the sailing centre of Europe. Chatelaillon Plage is just 5 minutes away with its wonderful shallow, sandy, child safe, 3 kilometre managed beach, Casino, Shops & Restaurants. Seafood is the speciality and the area is world renowned for its Oysters and all types of shellfish.
The climate has the mildness of the Atlantic all year round and has more sunshine than practically anywhere else in France.
If that’s not enough then visit the Thalassotherapy Centre overlooking the ocean with sea water pool @ 30 degrees, steam bath, Jacuzzi, fitness room & beauty parlour, all recently renovated to an extremely high standard.
Take the kids to the Aquatic Centre with it’s pool & giant flume (110m slide) etc…or simply enjoy many of the other facilities on the doorstep.
The Charente-Maritime is entrenched in history. The Islands of Re, Aix and Oleron are worthy of exploration as is the Marais Poitevin and Cognac is only about one hour away!
To help you get in that holiday spirit, there is a mobile gas Bar-B-Q to share with fellow guests – fancy a sizzling sausage for supper?
If you are looking for the best Bed and Breakfast experience in the La Rochelle area, then you’ve come to the right place! We offer B&B with a difference.
We hope to see you soon,
[Christopher & Jacqui have had a wealth of B&B experience at their previous home in Scotland with accreditation from Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay and Karen Brown’s Scottish Travel Guide.]
Currently featured in Alistair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay (under ‘French Bed & Breakfast, Poitou – Charentes’). Click here to visit our page on the Alistair Sawday website.