About Etang Chayenne, France
Etang Chayenne is located in the north of France, 490 kilometers from Breda and close to the city of Troyes. The water was created half a century ago by gravel extraction. The water is approximately 1.9 hectares and has an average depth of 3 meters. Due to the excavation, some ridges have been created between 2 and 2.5 meters. The deepest point is at 4 meters. The soil is hard because of clay and stones.
The file is very varied. There are scale carp, mirror carps, leather carps and even beautifully colored and drawn Koi carp. Several 25+ kilo giants swim on Etang Chayenne. A few sturgeons also swim.
Right on the water is a cozy chalet with 2 double beds (in the same room), a dining table with 4 chairs, TV, stereo, stove and a wardrobe. The chalet has patio doors and you walk outside.
There is a lamp with a motion detector above the door, so that during a run you also have the same light when you walk outside. No wifi.
The annex building
Right next to the chalet is a spacious stone outbuilding with a large covered terrace. If the sun is too hot, the roof provides shade. If it rains, you can still sit outside and dry. Here is also a large outdoor table with chairs and a barbecue.
In the annex you will find the well-kept shower, separate toilet and the spacious kitchen with all modern conveniences. There is an oven / gas stove, a coffee maker, a microwave and a large fridge. Of course the kitchen is equipped with pots, pans and necessary cutlery. There is 220 volt electricity in both buildings.
Because of the way Etang Chayenne is arranged, you are in complete privacy here. A fantastic water that you have for yourself. It can therefore only be rented in its entirety for a good price per week. Just 5 kilometers from Etang Chayenne is a nice French village with a supermarket, a tobacconist and a gas station. The large French town of Troyes is 25 km away. Here you will also find the “Mac Arthur Glen” out-let store, which is certainly worth a visit.
10170 Droupt-Saint-Basle, France
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