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For more information, please contact me at:

Naomi Benamy
nbenamy@online.fr

(3 - A) The Swan




The Swan at Songbird Sanctuary

The Space
Here you are reading about our three bedroom main house, ‘The Swan’. It is 165m², with a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, lots of comfortable spread-out space and three bedrooms. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator and freezer, four burner gas stove top, electric oven, dishwasher and small appliances.  There is a shower in the downstairs bathroom and a bathtub in the upstairs bathroom.  There is a clothes washer and dryer in the downstairs bathroom. 

Entrance and Living Room:








Kitchen:







Bedrooms & Other Upstairs Spaces:

Bedroom 1




Bedroom 2




Bedroom 3




Library, etc.




Bathrooms

Downstairs Shower room and toilet



Upstairs Bathroom



Courtyard














Prices (in euros) : Low Season
For The Swan alone - 95 euros per night, 3 night minimum
535 euros per week
1,330 euros per month
Cleaning charge 60€ per stay (per month for stays longer than one month)
10€ per person per night extra after 6 people

Prices (in euros) : Mid Season
For The Swan alone - 120 euros per night, 3 night minimum
675 euros per week

1,680 euros per month
Cleaning charge 60€ per stay (per month for stays longer than one month)
10€ per person per night extra after 6 people

Prices (in euros) : High Season
For The Swan alone - 160 euros per night, 3 night minimum
895 euros per week

2,240 euros per month
Cleaning charge 60€ per stay (per month for stays longer than one month)
10€ per person per night extra after 6 people

Low Season : 
1st  Saturday of November - 1st Friday of May
Mid Season : 
1st Saturday of May to 1st Friday of July
1st Saturday of September - 1st Friday of November
High Season : 
1st Saturday of July - 1st Friday of September

For availability, please consult calendar:
https://www.vrbo.com/919894






Floorplans of the Songbird Sanctuary Gites

Swan First Floor


Swan Second Floor



About Me

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Frankly, I never thought I'd end up living in Paris but - you see, I met a man. On a ski trip - Alps - chalet - fireplace - well, it's been twenty years. I can't give you the complete insider's guide to Paris yet, (I believe that takes three generations) but I can give you an ex-New Yorker's guide to this fabulous City of Lights. Our first studio was my husbands - that's where we lived once we decided to share a continent. We were there until our son was about negative-one-month old, and we didn't want to have to convert the bidet into a bassinet. Once we moved, I started renting out that apartment and everything fell into place. As an architect, I love fixing up the apartments, and as an ex-pat, I love meeting the people who come to enjoy their vacations in Paris. Now, we’ve also bought a property in the Loire Valley, and have just finished renovating that into several fabulous vacation homes – one of them is in a cave! You’ve got to see the pictures, it is a wonderful place – and the location is perfect for exploring the region – the chateaux, the wine, the scenery, it’s beautiful.