Parlez-vous Françes? Not to worry—you don’t need to speak French in order to enjoy the bright, comfortable and classic style of French Country landscapes around your home. From weathered walls to wide wooden tables, it is not hard to achieve the French Country look using the following tips and tricks. French landscaping style is all about well-used, worn-in, imperfect but beautiful architectural elements, furniture and accessories. Forget sleek lines, fine china, and black, white and gray color combos. Instead, fill your property with chunky wood tables, dozens of sweet-smelling flowers, and brightly patterned couches, curtains and pillows styled after the look of Provence, the southeast region in France that borders the Mediterranean Sea. If you’re looking to grasp the French look, you should look for things like cracked wood beams, curved panels, hand-carved decorations and raw material flooring and walls, like stone or bricks. Uneven plaster walls or raw distressed wood can also give you the French Country atmosphere. Also look…
Although complete with luxury furnishings and modern facilities, original features predominant with oak beams, wooden floors and stone walls. A key feature of the property is the vaulted ceiling lounge complete with huge stone fireplace and mezzanine floor accessed by a spiral stone staircase.
Pendower offers high quality family accommodation along with a large private sunny garden and patio area. A large wood burner ensures this property is comfortable all year round! Access from garden and parking into fully fitted modern kitchen with gas cooker, washing machine, full size fridge freezer and microwave.
Recently renovated and redecorated, this property was previously one of the old priory’s stables. Situated at the bottom of a large sunny garden, the Nare has its own private patio and parking areas. A stone chimney with wood burner and wooden ceiling beams add to the character of this charming property.