A really friendly place; fun and understatedly elegant in a rustic way – with contemporary touches! Madly has poured her creativity, and traditional materials, into the conversion of these two gîtes, decorating them with her paintings, cushions, and cleverly restored brocante finds. She wants you to be comfortable and happy; the family manor house is just across the way, the door open if you need anything. She can advise on outings: fascinating Fougères is a ten-minute drive and Mont St Michel is just half an hour away; arrange wine tastings and art weekends; there are bikes, boots, brollies and a lovely welcome basket. La Boulangerie is the old stone bakehouse, with restored oven; Le Logis, part of a larger building. Both have private gardens (with hammocks and barbecues), WiFi, TV and DVDs, attractive open-plan living areas, modern kitchens and shower rooms. Bedrooms are small and skylit in La Boulangerie; Le Logis has the biggest with ancient beams and country views; both have a private terrace for sunny barbecues. You’re among fields and woodland at the village edge, with handy access to the A84.