Muscovy Duck

Muscovy Duck
Roosting on the gate

2011 - My second year of blogging in Brittany

I felt I would like to share some of the photographs I have taken so far this year and some from other years. I live in a beautiful part of Brittany and just love being here. It's a lovely place to photograph and enjoy being in through all the seasons and hopefully this blog will show you where I live my life.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Rainbow Cottages in France - my new web page

Finally I've got organised and am ready to advertise both the cottages for letting.  I have already been having guests but didn't previously have a web page for them to view. 

My new web page is called:

and once I've managed the intricacies of website design I hope to have it up and running properly.  

Meantime, I have done a temporary page with most of the information that potential guests need and anyone can contact me on or 'phone me on 0033 (0)2 96 29 71 96 to book or discuss a potential booking. 

Small Cottage is for two people and is just that - a small, newly renovated cottage with combined sitting room and kitchen area and upstairs a double bedroom with ensuite. 

Middle Cottage, also newly renovated, has two bedrooms, one with a 6ft/180cm wide bed and the other with a small 4ft/120cm double bed.  Downstairs the large room has sitting, dining and kitchen areas.  There is a very large Breton fireplace in the sitting room.

There are rabbits, Boris, Ruby and Bert, in a fenced off area of the garden and Muscovy ducks on the field along with goats and chickens - the latter lay wonderful free range eggs.  Claude and Gracie the kittens arrived in October 2012 and have grown somewhat since then.

Both cottages are comfortable and well equipped.  They each have a logburner with logs supplied, television with basic UK television channels, wifi etc. etc. The garden is south-facing and there are tables and chairs for relaxing and dining outside. 

I won't go into great details here now as they are all on:

Today's post is my 200th and it seems fitting that for this post there should be something important happening in St André for me.

Three things I like:

1.  Welcoming guests here from all everywhere - so far they've come from Holland, Germany, Russia, America, Australia, Costa Rica, England and Scotland.
2.  Finally getting myself organised to do the web page.
3.  Having lovely comments left about the cottages, garden, location and host.