Two story gîte with 50 sq metres (500 sq feet) living room; fully equipped kitchen and large balcony overlooking the swimming pool, gardens, fields, vineyards and countryside. This elevated balcony/veranda easily seats 4 to 6 at it's umbrella shaded table. Two bedrooms each with en suite bathroom. Tub and shower, and vestiaire next to the livingroom. Bedrooms on the ground floor stay cool and comfortable even on the warmest summer days. Throughout are exposed stone walls and beams, Provence style ceramic tiles and rugs on the floor. Sleeps 4 persons.

Main floor - Upstairs
The open plan living room - Salle de Commune - is on the first floor*. This main room leads directly onto the veranda. There is seating for 6, a superb glass fronted, cast iron, log burning fireplace, a TV-DVD-CD player and bookcase.

On the other side, island kitchen allows the "cooks" to look out onto the room, and balcony, and to enjoy the landscape beyond.

The kitchen is fully equipped, including a refrigerator- freezer, a dishwasher, microwave oven, gas cooking stove with oven. The dining room table comfortably seats 6. A full set of dishes, cutlery, serving crockery and tableware completes the furnishings. The vestiaire, with wc and hand basin. also has utility cupboard supplies, broom and vacuum cleaner.

The entrance, gives direct access to the swimming pool and the car park, as well as the private patio and veranda above. The master bedroom, with exposed beams and Charente stone walls. It has a large double bed, night stands and lamps, chest-of-drawers, clothes hanger and full length mirror. It's en suite bathroom has a large bathtub along with a hand basin and WC. The second bedroom is of the same stone and wood-beamed style. It, has two single beds, a clothes hanger, nightstands and lamps and it's en suite bathroom with a shower, hand basin and WC. There is also a clothes washing machine. Outside there is a clothes dryer. A charming house.

All beds are 200cm long.

Décor and style
Generally, the style of the renovation of L'Atelier is traditional tradifage pointed Charentaise stone walls, selected areas of white wall to reflect light, exposed structural wood including massive beams in the salle de commune and a wooden vaulted ceiling. The floors are of ceramic floor tiles. Throughout the house the pictures now decorating the walls are by internationally renowned photo-journalist Anthony Howarth. We will be updating these photographs, soon, to reflect this and other new additions to the decorations and furniture.

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