Appletons Farmhouse B&B accommodation offers the ideal holiday location in Chavin just outside Argenton sur Creuse, we are Gay Owners and welcome everyone to our home.
All the bedrooms have queen size beds (one with king, twin singles are also available), and come with bathroom toiletries and hairdryer.
Enjoy our spacious rooms as you snuggle into our queen, double or twin beds with goose down duvets & fluffy pillows, electric blankets on all our double beds and electric heaters in all rooms so you will be cosy when you stay with us in the winter months. Enjoy the view as you look out through the windows over the maturing gardens. Or sit back and relax with a CD or DVD.
We offer ground floor rooms for people with limited mobility and guests with pets. Please do not hesitate to let us know how we can make your stay more comfortable. We have feather pillows and duvets so if you are allergic please let us know so we can put synthetic bedding onto your bed.
The lounge is a delight to guests, a place to listen to music or enjoy a game of chess or cards. Perfect for those lazy afternoons and evenings. Of a night-time, sit back and absorb the ambience of reflections given by subtle lighting. The common area hosts an enormous wood fired heater – the perfect spot for you to snuggle up with a book or magazine from the bookcase or just gaze into the flames and dream away. The dining area provides the perfect place for dinner. All menus are personally selected with your dislikes, allergies or food intolerances in mind.
On a beautiful day take a stroll around the ambling paths through the cottage garden. There’s something in flower all year round and in summer it becomes ablaze with colour. You’ll enjoy nothing more than sipping on a tea or wine while enjoying the views of the garden complete with a backdrop of sprawling meadows.
For your enjoyment bikes are available for you to borrow during your stay.
Make us a stopping point if you are on your way to Carcassonne, Perpignan, Montpellier or Toulouse as we are just a day’s drive away, also if you are going to the Midi Pyrenees and Languedoc Roussillon regions of France, or the beaches of the Mediterranean, the wine areas of the Corbieres and Limoux, or the foothills of the Pyrenees, visit the towns of Mirepoix, Quillan, Esperaza, Limoux, Rennes les Bains, Pamiers, Beziers or Narbonne in the heart of Cathar country. We also are ideally positioned if you want to drive over the new Millau bridge
Named “Centre” for its location in the heart of France, this remarkable region is dominated by the legendary Loire Valley. It is easily accessible from Paris, thanks to numerous autoroutes and the TGV high-speed train. From early spring to late autumn, natural splendors abound in the valleys of the Loire and its eastern tributaries, the rivers Creuse, Indre, Cher, Beuvron, Sauldre, and Allier.
The history of the Loire Valley is written in its architecture. For centuries the halls, turrets, and gardens of a thousand châteaux have been the setting for romance, politics, and intrigue.
Among the best-known châteaux are Chambord, Chenonceau, Blois, and Villandry, but enchantment awaits in lesser-known examples also: Chaumont-sur-Loire, Talcy, Château de Beauregard, Château de Chamerolles. In Ussé you can find the inspiration for the castle of Sleeping Beauty.
For more information on the tourism attractions and activities in Argenton sur Creuse, the Brenne National park and Eguzon Lake District.
Centre is also home to two of France’s great cathedrals, at Bourges and Chartres. The latter contains some of the best examples of stained glass in France, fashioned by the same master-craftsmen who later constructed the magnificent windows of King Louis IX’s Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.
The valley of the Loire produces 22 fine wines, including Bourgueil, Sancerre, Valençay, Vouvray, Montlouis, and Menetou-Salon. Among the region’s excellent cheeses are Crottin de Chavignol, Selles-sur-Cher, and Sainte-Maure de Touraine.
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