Thouvenin sits in landscaped grounds with covered terraces, a barbecue and games areas, including table-tennis and a full-size boules court. The pool is fully fenced  with sunbathing terraces and an ample supply of sun beds.

Whilst the railway has long since gone and quiet has returned to the village, in 2015 the mezannine area was converted into a private café/bar, capturing the feel of a stylish, but lost era. Its fully undercover and accessible from the ground and first floors and iIts louvred wall provides dappled shade even at the height of summer.

The house has four bedrooms:  the principal bedroom is very large, with a super-king-size bed .  

The second largest bedroom, with its pretty limed-oak furniture, has a 5' double bed, and the third and fourth bedrooms are identical in size and each has bunk beds with a single on top and a pull-out double underneath.  All beds have been bought with guests' comfort in mind. 

There is a good sized family bathroom and an additional shower room with a further, separate toilet downstairs.

Downstairs, the kitchen leads out on one side to the extremely spacious sitting room which includes two sofas and further armchairs, large colour TV with all BBC and ITV channels as well as French television, DVD player and VHS player.  Wireless Broadband is available at no cost.

On the other side of the kitchen is the dining room, with a long dining table (seating for up to ten) and an 18th-century Charentaise stone fireplace. 

The kitchen itself is extremely well equipped with good quality utensils, plenty of pots and dishes etc, a large fridge/freezer, ceramic hob, multi-function oven, full-size dishwasher and washing machine.

There is an additional covered terrace overlooking the pool and equipped for dining offering plenty of shade and with a full size table tennis table

Elegant, Historic & Spacious...

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Thouvenin gets its name from a 100-year-old photograph, shown below, taken when it was Hotel Thouvenin, in the days when the railway used to come to Migron. Before that, it was a typical Charentaise farmhouse dating back to the 18th century. 


Tour of the house

Thouvenin’s own cafe/bar

The Pool

Outdoor living at Thouvenin