Holiday house in France’s most aboriginal landscape
In the commune of Chaspinhac, Département de La Haute Loire (43) Brestilhac is, a small, pristine, pictorial village consisting of 18 partly inhabited houses, located on a height of 900 m with unique view of Le Puy-en-Velay 7 km away and the volcano landscape of the Auvergne. The detached house made of granite was affectionately renovated 2 years ago and the barn with over 125 m² living space was developed to a 2 storey holiday house. In the front part of the house lives the young janitor couple. On the ground floor of the holiday house there is a spacious foyer, breakfast kitchen, storage room, bathroom and toilet. On the 1st floor: living room (with extendable sleeping couch, TV) and dining room, 2 rooms (1 French double bed, 2 single bed, 1 crib/infant bed), bathroom, toilet. Electric heating, fenced garden with terrace, car parking space, garden furniture and grill.
Paragliding, rock-climbing and golf: Paragliding and rock-climbing with possibility of taking part in lessons, also mountainbike trips at the location. In the ambit of 25 km there are the golf courts: Ceyssac 9-whole court; Chambon sur Lignon 18-whole court; Lantiac 12-whole court.
fishing, canoeing and swimming facilities: Fishing and canoeing at the Loire (7 km away), as well as swimming in the Loire and the surrounding volcano lakes is possible.
Walks, horseback and bicycle rides: Unendless possibilities for hiking, walking directly at the location. In the Gîte there are abundant tips for excursions available.
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Laundry Soap
- Linens Provided
- Living Room
- Paper Towels
- Sofa Bed
- Toilet Paper
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
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