- Maison72 m²
- Salle(s) de bain2
- Toilettes séparées0
- Séjour minimum7 Nuitées
- anglais, français
- Dernière mise à jour du calendrier :
- 4 sept. 2018
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Equipements de loisirs
Sports & Loisirs à proximité;
Les réservations annulées au moins 60 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100%. Les réservations annulées au moins 30 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50%.
un séjour très agréable
Bel appartement dans une jolie maison, bien équipée, avec deux salles de bains (une rareté) et un petit espace à l'extérieur avec table et chaises, dans un joli village avec pas mal de magasins (boulangerie-patisserie, boucherie, bureau de tabac, supermarché, pharmacie et restos (le Pizzaiole, par ex) tout près de la sortie de l'autoroute, donc très pratique pour rejoindre Vichy, Clermont, Le parc de Vulcania, le Puys de Dome….et Thiers qui est à peu de Km et où nous conseillons de visiter le Musée de la Coutellerie. Un gros merci a Nadège (et à sa famille) très gentille et toujours disponible! Je conseille cette propriété.
Good value for money
As two couples, we had a lovely stay in this well equipped and spotlessly clean two bedroom, ground floor flat.
It was very well located in the little village of Saint Remy sur Durolle....easy walking distance to the village centre with its wonderful Boulangerie and Boucherie. The village is nestled in beautiful countryside with a fabulous lake on its outskirts.
It is a peaceful base and very well positioned to explore towns further afield such Vichy, Theirs, Clermont Ferrand.
Nardege, the property manager was very welcoming and was available to assist if required.
We very much enjoyed our stay.
A comfortable home in a beautiful setting
We found the house extremely comfortable: a very pleasant and spacious home from home, with everything we needed and in a convenient location. Nadege the housekeeper welcomed us with home made biscuits and we lacked for nothing.
The area was stunning and we enjoyed many beautiful walks in the mild, dry weather. We went up Puy de Dome by train, but walked up Puy de Pariou and this was probably our highlight, because of the stunning views. We also did several local walks and found the information we obtained from the Livradois- Forez National Park information centre at St Gervais sous Meymont invaluable. We bought a book of suggested walks from there.
We loved Thiers and had a wonderful meal at La Belle Excuse. In fact, we fell in love with the whole region because of the variety of the beautiful landscape and the richness of the wildlife. We will never forget the wood full of cyclamen near Donat or the view from the top of La Roche de Volpe near Ambert.
We would highly recommend a holiday here. Thank you Anne Marie.
Village with Views
We loved St Remy! The accommodation was comfortable and we had everything we wanted. A small terrace, surrounded by a yew hedge, was ideal for eating outside.The bread shop was a two minute walk and one of the two small supermarkets stocked wonderful local butter. The lake is a 5 minute drive ( or short walk ) and has restaurants/ cafes. We were a little early in the season for evening openings, and that also applied to the Pizzeria in the village, which was actually being refurbished. There is a hotel/ restaurant in the centre of the village, but this was having some serious renovation work, and we were not entirely certain as to whether it was going to reopen as a hotel, or being converted into flats. However, Thiers is only 5 miles away if you wanted to eat out. There are numerous walks from the village, and around the lake. Do take the electric cog railway up the Puy de Dome, as the views are fantastic. Or, of course, you could always walk up!!
The whole area is very picturesque and the mountain scenery is superb.
Four of us visited for the first time the Auvergne and we are so glad we chose this village and this lovely house to stay at. The village still has individual shops for everything as it used to be. No supermarkets here . The cakes at the bakery are out of this world .
Easter is a quiet time to be in France. Ee enjoyed visiting the castles around the area .
We had wonderful long walks in the woods outside the village.
The house is most comfortable . Weather was cool in the evening outside but we were in a cocoon inside as the house is well insulated.
I recommend spending time in this home and village and we hope to come agin next year.
Great time in a GREAT home
We had a great time in this lovely village trying our basic french on the locals....
We enjoyed on recommendation from the owner,, going to the local farm to buy milk, butter, eggs etc ...We had not done that before.
The house was very clean and most comfortable with good linen and china. The housekeeper welcomed us with home made cookies !!
We look forward returning another time.
End of stay cleaning and preparation at beginning of stay (making beds etc..) as well as all linen, sheets, towels even beach towels for the fee of 70 euros . It will give you that ' hotel welcome feel' you arrive all is prepared . You do not have to clean the floors before leaving.....