Discover the Cour de Boitron gite
The Cour de Boitron is a renovated sixteenth century monastic farm, which boasts outbuildings that date back to the eighteenth century (stables, barn, cider works). It was once the property of the abbaye de Séez.
The sheer space available led us to create a large gite (10-15 beds). Families or larger parties can enjoy a huge covered space inside the former stables, perfect for group activities and festive meals, and even business meetings!
To create a bedroom that is accessible for persons with reduced mobility, a wooden structure was built inside the old stables.
Building work started at the end of 2015 and the renovation was completed at the end of 2016. The first guests stayed at the gite between Christmas and New Year 2016.
To preserve the farm’s atmosphere, we have kept a proximity with animals (donkeys, dogs, chickens, cats, owls, hens, geeses and goats…).
We welcome guests with their pets.
The exterior of the gite have undergone landscaping work. Parts of the exterior area were then planted to offer garden-style facilities and facilitate proximity with the natural surroundings.
Large living space
own home with objects, paintings and old books whilst providing comfort and “3 gold star” facilities.
Guests are received as if they were guests in our own home.
Large stables living space
Dining area, kitchen. A work space and relaxation area are found by the hearth. All these spaces are furnished in what was the large stable area for Percheron horses.
The room dimensions mean you can play an instrument that is both historical and traditional, a Dereux organ (2 keyboards, 1 pedal-board) for fans of the early days of the electronic organ.
- Wood-burning stove
- Two large work and dining tables
- Fitted kitchen
- Bedding arrangements (3-4 people)
“Oriental languages” bedroom
For an atmosphere transporting you to faraway oriental lands with predominantly blue and Chinese decor. This bedroom looks out directly onto the stable yard through a French window. Travertine bathroom, Italian shower.
The two rooms are wheelchair-accessible.
- Queen-sized bed, articulated frame
- Folding, accessible wardrobe
- Hooked, blackout curtains
- Bookcase with orientalist works
- Cot available
“Rear window” bedroom
The reference to Hitchcock is justified by the window that looks out onto… the stable court. Another window looks out onto the mezzanine.
Small bedroom with a floral-inspired decor. Hints of yellow fused with a black visual counterpoint.
- Queen-sized bed
- Bonnetiere cupboard
- Hooked, blackout curtains and blinds
- Small bookcase with works of non-fiction and poetry
- Facing stable court and mezzanine
The Captain’s bedroom
(Louis-Aleno de Saint-Aloüarn) A bedroom celebrating maritime exploration, with its copper and mahogany decor. The bedroom has a desk space so you can keep your own logbook or complete any other work.
- Two single bunkbeds
- Chest of drawers and desk
- Bookcase with seafarer-themed works and entire Jules Verne collection
- Facing garden
- Two single beds
- Facing garden
- Bookcase with works from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
” Talendra’s rose ” bedroom
The dominant and steady shade of rose in this bedroom is distinguished by strong grey visual counterpoints. The rose colour is inspired by the name of the alchemist’s herb that can be found and grown in the videogame, World of Warcraft.
Two armchairs and two small side tables await keen readers.
- Two double King-size beds
- An old cot for babies and toddlers
- Large, private bathroom, with shower, toilets and make-up table, towel rail
- Mezzanine accessible by ladder with a double bed
- Facing garden
- Large window overlooking garden
The floor corridor leads you to the four bedrooms, the bathroom, and toilets.
It is wide, lit by the mezzanine, and designed to be the meeting and waiting area.
There’s a bench, small bookcase, and a tea/coffee area.
As well as a friend’s painting: a puzzle to be deciphered!
- Tea/coffee area
Toilets, toilet bookcases and bathroom
A well-lit room at the end of the day, the travertine-style bathroom combines the sun-kissed yellow and slate-grey, harking back to the time of boarding schools with the room’s big, old sink and wall-mounted soap holder.
Right next to the bathroom, the toilets are large enough to provide two large bookcases which are mostly filled with philosophical and historical works, offering a little bit of adventure. Also, more prosaically, there are a few tools handy for doing a spot of housekeeping…
- Bath (in the shared bathroom)
- Boarding school-style sink
- Towel rail
The Naves of the old stables
This huge space once housed carts, tractors, and faming machinery. The walls, which lay in ruins, were knocked down, other were restored with particular care and artistry, the eighteenth-century woodwork frame was decked and enhanced, and the ground was floored. The structure was covered with a translucent material, which today offers a new interior and exterior space… to do whatever you want… under cover!
Whether it’s relaxing, having a drink, dancing, acting, coworking, organising yoga or Pilates sessions, organising a concert, or a festive family meal: you decide what you’re going to do in a room that can hold up to 50 people!
The room surface can be rearranged thanks to three lines of curtains.
- En suite toilets that are wheelchair-accessible
- Laundry room with washing machine, tumble dryer and drying rack
- Water supply point to clean shoes and bike wheels
- Lighting and plug sockets
- Readily-available tables, benches, and chairs
- Relaxation area with sofa and fridge
- Outdoor play area: darts, ping-pong, croquet, and shooting range