La Roseraie is a large, 1850s Charentais farmhouse full of character with traditional exposed oak beams, stone fireplaces and chestnut wood floors, set in beautiful, mature gardens. We offer space, tranquillity and the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to experience the real France.
The house is set in two and a half acres of mature gardens. We provide a 10 x 5 metre private outdoor swimming pool with loungers and chairs where our guests can relax and enjoy endless hours of summer pleasure. Tables and chairs are set around the garden and on the large shaded terrace, providing al fresco dining areas for hot summer evenings. Children will love our menagerie of animals for feeding and petting.
There is a choice of four spacious bedrooms providing sleeping accommodation for up to 15 people. We can also rent out the whole property as a gite for families and groups preferring a self-catering holiday. So, whether you are staying one night en-route or you have longer to enjoy the attractions of the area, La Roseraie is the perfect base because:
A number of our British guests have used us as a convenient base from which to find their permanent or holiday home. We will be pleased to assist you in your search and answer the many questions you will have.
Our house ‘La Roseraie' is located 40 minutes south of Poitiers, just 2km from the village of Romagne and 400 metres from the area's most popular attraction, La Vallée des Singes (Valley of the monkeys).read more »
We offer four spacious bedrooms full of Charentais character, each with en-suite bathroom. The three bedrooms on the first floor are each family-sized for up to four people and the bedroom on the ground floor has its own door to the garden and safe access for older or disabled people.read more »
La Roseraie is an authentic 1850s French farmhouse full of original features and beautiful antique furniture but with all the comforts of modern-day living. The large bedrooms, games room, terrace and relaxation areas provide space and tranquillity for all.read more »