A single story Soulacaise villa, constructed circa 1920, once the house of the local sabotier (clog maker). The name Soulacaise comes from the style of decorative brickwork found in and around the famous Victorian resort, Soulac sur mer.
Comprising of three double bedrooms, a dining kitchen with a large open fireplace, a lounge with full height french doors opening onto the garden and a modern bathroom.
Fully insulated, the house remains cool in the hot summer, and warm and cosy with wood burning stove and fireplace for those cooler stays out of season.
<h2>Kitchen/dining area </h2>
Named after the Mirabelle tree that the house resides behind, here shown in blossom, the decor is rustic and enjoys a farmhouse feel, particularly the kitchen. Views of a small stream out of the rear windows provide a peaceful setting.
The Mirabelle plums are very pleasant to eat directly from the tree, and any excess are used to make home made plum wine. Popular with our neighbours and friends, you may be lucky to try some if you visit!
Access to the stream at the rear is via lockable gates from the garden and a lockable back door which exits onto a shaded patio area.
<h2>Double bedroom (dependance) </h2>
Les Mirabelles is for rental individually to sleep a maximum of eight, or in association with the Blue Fish Barn, sixteen. The additional outbuilding accommodation may also be rented providing beds for two more adults and two children.