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Pressy sous Dondin
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 44448
Country: France

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Last Updated: March 10, 2016

Jean-Paul and I live in a stone house and have, in the backyard, a small comfortable house for helpers with a bathroom and a bedroom on the ground floor and a bedroom upstairs. We have a vegetable garden and a few fruit trees.
Jean-Paul is a musician and my job was to teach adults. I'm now retired. We are 62 years old.
We need help in the garden to gather fallen branchs, cut the grass, build a henhouse and a shelter for the wood.
Around our place you can find a lot of historic places, castles, churchs. There is a lot of artists living around : comedians, musicians, craftsmen, etc. We have bicycles for helpers to go around in the countryside.
We propose you to share our meals, mostly organic fresh food from the garden.
When you arrive, we can fetch you in Cluny where you can get with the bus :

The photos show our last current project :
You can see the first photo showing what we prepared to cut the branches of the big tree dangerous for the house.
The second one when my son helped us to cut the tree.
Then we carry and store the fire wood.
You can see a part of the garden (during winter, much nicer during summer !) from the top of the tree

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