10,12 Rue du Dr Quoy, Saint Jean de Liversay, 17170
Old house renovated located in the heart of the village of Saint-Jean de Liversay, the Auberge de l'Ecu de France was built in 1760 offers its guest rooms close to the sea and the Marais Poitevin.
Description of Auberge de L'écu de France Bed & Breakfast:In 1760, Dame Massé built a building intended to be a hotel, the Auberge de l'Ecu de France and was later owned by the physician Jean René Constant Quoy browser in the 19th century. This house still exists today. Upstairs, we offer a family room "the Liversoise", a large room on the 2nd floor "1760" and a room for 2 people "Doctor Quoy", All for hosting 12 people you have at your disposal during your stay. Lounge with fireplace, TV, internet access, garden, terrace, garden, spa, outdoor toys and bicycles.
Directions to Auberge de L'écu de FranceAuberge de l'Ecu de France is located 20 minutes from La Rochelle between sea and Marais Poitevin, near the forest of Benon and 1 hour from Futuroscope.
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