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Maison De L'eglise,Lucy, Upper Normandy, France

3 beds Refreshed on Nov 7, 2019
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(Reference number: 278851) Accommodation Maison de L’Eglise is nestled deep in the French countryside - come and enjoy some rural French life for a while.. Ground floor: Three steps up to living room with wood-burning stove and patio door to garden. Kitchen/dining room. Double bedroom. Wooden floors and beams throughout. Steps down to shower room/WC. First floor: Two double bedrooms. Separate WC.. Private garden, terrace, convector heaters, wood-burning stove, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, freezer, DVD, iPod dock, travel cot, highchair, parking, garden furniture, barbecue, no smoking.. Maison de l’Eglise is enhanced by its picture-book setting opposite the beautifully restored Norman church in the centre of Lucy. Set in its own grounds, this comfortably furnished, semi-detached holiday home offers guests an ideal opportunity to explore this dramatic part of northern France. Nearby Neufchâtel has been christened the ‘Paris Larder’ as it was once famed for the production of much of the capital’s specialist foods. The port town of Dieppe, 40km, with its lively Saturday market is well worth a visit as is the city of Amiens which boasts the largest cathedral in France. For those who long for the seaside, the cosmopolitan resort town of Le Tréport is also within easy driving distance.. Approximate distance to Beauvais airport is 65 km. Site Maison de l’Eglise is enhanced by its picture-book setting opposite the beautifully restored Norman church in the centre of Lucy. Set in its own grounds, this comfortably furnished, semi-detached holiday home offers guests an ideal opportunity to explore this dramatic part of northern France. Nearby Neufchâtel has been christened the ‘Paris Larder’ as it was once famed for the production of much of the capital’s specialist foods. The port town of Dieppe, 40km, with its lively Saturday market is well worth a visit as is the city of Amiens which boasts the largest cathedral in France. For those who long for the seaside, the cosmopolitan resort town of Le Tréport is also within easy driving distance.