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4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 2-10.
2 doubles, 1 twin, 1 room with 4 beds, 1 cot
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Please see Rental Agreement for Cancellation Policy. Note that we do not supply towels and linen.
- We do expect the house to be left clean and tidy, basically as you found it.
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About Anthony Stiff
We are a family of 3 and have holidayed in thise part of the world for over 20 years on and off. We fell in love with the area firstly by staying on Ile de Re, and then we thought we would like to buy a place and found this house. Location, location, location! It ticked all the boxes for us and we have enjoyed many wonderful times with family and friends. It is such an easy and relaxing place to be with everything nearby that we could wish for in terms of a seaside holiday.
Anthony Stiff purchased this House in 2003
Why Anthony Stiff chose Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard
See Telegraph article extract below Three generations, three different sets of needs, but for Sam Llewellyn and family the Vendée region had it all. "Twenty-five years ago we had spent a happy holiday nearby en famille, bouncing around in the pine forests on the dunes" By Sam Llewellyn June 2013 Seaside holidays are hard to get right. Very small children wish to play on nice, safe beaches. Their parents, still young and full of vim, do not always wish to sit by the side of a rock pool agreeing with a two-year-old that it is deep. Grandparents, while by no means without vim themselves, have less objection to exploring the concept of deepness with people 60 years their junior. So a three-generation beach holiday seemed like a good idea. We needed decent weather, tides big enough for rock pools, and waves big enough for surfing but not so big that they would sweep the little ones out to sea. There should also be sand dunes, pine trees and red squirrels. The Vendée, the part of France just south of Brittany, has most of these attributes. It is unfashionable enough that in early September, after the frenzy of the French August has abated, a house sleeping 10 can be got for a sensible weekly rent. One of the great advantages of this coast, though, is that the dunes behind the beach are a regional park, on which no building is permitted. We had taken the precaution of assuring ourselves that the house we had rented was a short walk from the sea, and under the eaves of the dune-woods. Having spent an afternoon provisioning in the Super U, we moved in. And there was a long table shaded by a vine, at which the parents and the grandparents could drink vin rosé (the Provence model, and plan the assault on the sea.
What makes this House unique
Great location, convenient for local shops, beach, restaurants, bike hire. Well equipped for cooking, BBQ and easy relaxing house to live in.