1 Rue du Chêne, Frampas, 52220
The gates of the Lac du Der, Anne-Marie and Didier welcome you into their house dating from 1860. You will love the charm of the rooms who want quiet and relaxation, where stones and hemp blend harmoniously.
Description of Chambres d'Hôtes du Gros Chêne Bed & Breakfast:The spirit "campaign" reigns in this place. Each room has its own toilet, television and its own bathroom. Tastefully decorated, each room has its own style to it. You will be surrounded by a park accommodating farm animals (donkey, sheep, chickens) and a snail farm visible from April to October. You can also enjoy them in the inn "of the Big Oak," which, in a rustic wood and stone create an atmosphere of well-being, will leave an unforgettable memory. (Reservations recommended) You will be surrounded by a park accommodating farm animals and a snail farm visible from April to October. After a good night for calm and a good breakfast, discover the Lac du Der Chantecoq. With its 4800 hectares of water body, its 77 km of shoreline, you'll find ports, beaches, forests, many species of migratory birds. Fishing, swimming, hiking, sailing, water skiing insured. Take this opportunity also to visit the surrounding area: Champagne groves, ponds, woods, meadows, timbered churches typically regional, the National Stud of Montier en Der (8 km with its horse racing, breeding and riding ). Good prospects and discoveries in. The Lac du Der is one of the largest lake in Europe. It is the site of a huge area of water sports, hiking. In winter it turns into a staging area for many migratory birds. Beginning in June, the lake gives way to 600 hectares reserved for motor boats, jet skis to the delight of tourists. Many organized beaches provide safe swimming and its vast area is conducive to miraculous catches (pike, perch, carp, catfish. . . ) The lake is protected to accommodate more than 270 species of birds (cranes, geese, eagles. . . ) The area surrounding the lake are the realm of forest walks, trails for biking, walking. . . The typical architecture of the country is the half-timbered (churches, pigeon. . . ) Soon. . .