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La Gentilhommière des eaux bleues

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hosted by Christine Et Fabrice
  1. 10 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 6 beds
  4. 4 baths

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The charm, calm, comfort and warmth of the "Gentilhommière des eaux bleues" create the ideal conditions for a relaxing stay, away from the hustle and bustle of cities and out of time.
Carefully renovated, this former rectory has 4 large, comfortable rooms, honoring local celebrities. From this building, the view is unique on the pond and its dike, the portal of the castle and the village from which you can enjoy the rich heritage and its exceptional natural environment.

The space
You will have the Gentilhommière des eaux bleues for yourself.
This mid-19th century character building has 4 spacious bedrooms and 8-10 sleeping accommodations (with 2 extra beds). The rooms are spacious and equipped with a bathroom and individual toilets.
On the ground floor, the kitchen - dining room, an office - extension room and 1 bedroom are accessible and on the 1st floor the other 3 bedrooms. The building has a small enclosed courtyard with tables, chairs and portable BBQ.
Free Wi-Fi available
Parking is free in the Church Square in front of the building.
On the dam of the pond you will have access, on foot, to a restaurant that can make dishes to take away (given the Covid 19 pandemic, the on-site catering is temporarily interrupted).
A picnic area is available on the pond dike.

Food, post office, bakery, fuel and doctor are available in Andelot (6 km).
Nearest stations: Chaumont at 28 km and Neufchâteau at 35 km.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Washer
Dryer
Hair dryer
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Where you’ll be

Ecot-la-Combe, Grand Est, France

Nestled in a green setting, the village of Ecot-la-Combe is picturesque and charming.
It is located in the heart of a vast territory of 4000 ha, classified Natura 2000, due to the remarkable and sometimes unique quality of its fauna and flora.
The village is also full of history and brings together a rich architectural and industrial heritage.
The current castle comes from a fortified house dating from 1090. It was occupied until the 15th century by a lineage of lords and crossed knights of which Hugues d 'Escoz was the most representative. It was the Marquis of Bologna who initiated the metallurgical era in Ecot by building the dyke and the water reservoir. The Michel, master forger from father to son, developed this industry on the site until its peak, in the middle of the nineteenth century, before it perished at the very beginning of the twentieth century, rendered obsolete by the steel industry.
The remains and testimonies of these times are still clearly visible in the village. The monumental dike dating from 1754 is the most beautiful example. Also noteworthy are the church, the dovecote, the cooler, the workers' houses that adorn the site.

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Hosted by Christine Et Fabrice

Joined in May 2019
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