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Montaurand Rougnac 16320 Charente France



This is a no smoking house and we ask you to respect our pets who live here too.

We can arrange brocante tours for you with a guide by arrangement (chargeable on a per head basis)

We can provide an extra bed if you want to sleep 3 by arrangement + 75e

Please note all bookings are accepted only on a non refundable basis between march and november. Bookings made for stays between November and February may be cancelled with 14 days or more notice & may receive a 50% refund. Cancellation of less than 14 days prior to your stay will be non refundable.



Nous pouvons fournir un lit supplémentaire si vous voulez dormir 3 par arrangement + 75E

C'est une maison non fumeur et nous vous demandons de respecter nos animaux de compagnie qui vivent ici aussi.

Nous pouvons organiser des visites de brocante pour vous avec un guide par arrangement (payant par tête)

Veuillez noter que toutes les réservations ne sont acceptées que sur une base non remboursable entre mars et novembre. Les réservations effectuées pour des séjours entre novembre et février peuvent être annulées avec un préavis de 14 jours ou plus et peuvent faire l'objet d'un remboursement de 50%. Une annulation de moins de 14 jours avant votre séjour ne sera pas remboursable.

taxe de sejour 0.40e par personne par jour

Wifi Gratuit inclusif

Proprietaire - Jonathan Lee

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Huge storms in the Charente - july 2018

We were lucky here at the montaurand chambres d'hotes

a couple of days ago a humungoid storm smashed through the charente passing through the dordogne , angouleme and near cognac too i believe - it was really quite scary ....the true power of nature is revealed.

The sky went black and i mean deep black. Huge wind gusts appeared out of nowhere bending huge trees in half. One pair of our shutters is held back in place by a 20mm iron bar - it bent in half with the power of the wind.

We had a few leaks where the roof just couldnt cope with the torrential rain that fell and we had some broken branches.

Wew have friends not far away form us with huge old trees 60 foot high blown down by the storm , holes in the roof and one friend had her windows blown in. Yikes.

About 20 km from us there were a couple of villages who took the brunt of the storm - we were just I think on its edge.

700 homes ( yes 700!) lost their roofs or were partially destroyed with gold ball size hail trashing cars and huge trees falling everywhere - power out, roads blocked - like a war zone.

Last time this happened i believe was the early 90s in the dordogne - we had a really lucky escape - the sheep were well miffed with us too as we had finished shearing them one hour before the storm suddenly arrived - very wet and not happy!

Today thought, back to the usual blue skies and 30C sunshine of the charente - yum!