The House

The Domaine du Petit Bouc, a restored one-story outbuilding adjacent to the main house, was conceived to offer you comfort and authenticity.  The furniture—either family heirlooms or flea-market treasures—has been painted and given a patina in keeping with the colour scheme of each room.  

A welcoming entrance hall, decorated in earth tones, gives way to a spacious living room complete with a working fireplace.   You will have three bedrooms to choose from, each one having its own bathroom with toilet.   The large table in the kitchen is perfect for convivial meals.   The flower-filled garden, with a view of the surrounding vineyard, is reserved entirely for your use, be it picnicking or lying in the sun.

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The Cottage and immediate surroundings

In front of the house, rose bushes, Japanese plum trees, and cedars of Lebanon adorn the vast garden.  Tables and garden chairs, lounge chairs, barbecue, lawn bowling, and bicycles are available for your enjoyment.  

A separate, locked garage offers direct access to the house and simplifies unloading shopping bags.

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The Domain

Domaine du Petit Bouc consists of several buildings, among which your autonomous house and that of your hosts. It is surrounded with vineyards and leaned in a forest. The village of Thésée and its Roman ruins is situated at less than a kilometer, just below the Domain, on the Cher River.

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The Living Room

Facing southwest, the room's two windows offer soft light all day long.  The comfortable sofa and armchairs are an invitation to relax, and a good setting for an animated discussion.

You will appreciate magnificent sunsets and enjoy warming up your evenings with a wooden fire in the marble fireplace.  The satellite television and high-speed Internet access (WiFi) will keep you connected with current events or allow you to escape when watching a good film.

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The Kitchen and Dining room

The kitchen and the dining room have been combined in a large space that is conducive to festive meals.  Each piece of furniture has a story:  an old grain bin has been transformed into a bench with a storage compartment for table linens; the massive oak dining room table once was used in a monastery; and a refurbished sideboard is now a kitchen island that separates the kitchen from the dining area.  
You can cook gourmet dishes thanks to the oven and the ceramic glass cooktop.  A large refrigerator-freezer, a dishes washing machine, a microwave oven, an electric kettle, a coffee-maker, a toaster, elegant dishware... you will find everything you need!  Behind the kitchen a washing machine is available for your use.     (click on the image to see more) 

The White Angel Room

Named in honour of Popsy de Richemont's grandmother—who was the muse of the writer Barbey d'Aurevilly—this spacious bedroom, which faces directly south, has a large bay window that lights up the room's exposed stone walls and soft tones.

The room has a large double bed or two single beds, according to your needs.

For your comfort, a small dressing room connects the bedroom with the bathroom, which is equipped with a toilet and a bathtub with shower.

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The Seraphin Room

This pretty bedroom is decorated with 19th century furniture, restored by your hostess.  The soft patina of the wood and the toile de Jouy fabrics create a tranquil ambiance.

Like the other bedrooms, this one has its own bathroom with a shower and separate toilet.

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The Cherubin Room

This very spacious bedroom has 3 beds : one double + two singles OR 3 single beds (baby bed upon request). The windows look onto the garden.This cheerful bedroom serves as a guest room or a children's bedroom, depending on your needs.  Thanks to its large size, you can also use it as a playroom for the little ones.  

The room has its own adjoining bathroom with a separate toilet.

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