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Located in the middle of the “Domaine des Génaudières” wineyard, near Nantes (France), it gets its autonomy from the world of the high seas


Direct flights from Barcelona - 30 minutes by car from Nantes, 1 hour 30 by bike, or 10 minutes from Oudon station via the Loire river bike path

Live an environmentally friendly experience connected to local producers


An exceptional terroir - A passion for wine since 1635. Family-run by Anne, Brigitte & Pierre-Yves, The “Les Génaudières” wineyard is an oasis of peace

In the heart of the Loire Valley

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Included in your stay

Breakfast: assortment of local products according to season. Tea and coffee are at your disposal in " Les Abers "

A bottle of wine of the domain

The linen: towels, sheets, and duvets for a total well-being

Leisure: Board games, hammock, bluetooth speaker, books, comics ...

Cleaning: relax, we take care of everything!

"Les Abers" has 1 double bed in mezzanine and 1 single bed on the secondary mezzanine. For reasons of comfort and security, we limit to 3 people the number of people in "Les Abers" Children are welcome in "Les Abers". The small mezzanine is usable from 7 years old but you can use the convertible bed of the living room for the little ones if need be. Note nevertheless the proximity of nature which can be dangers among others for the small adventurers ... In general, the minor children must therefore remain under the supervision and the permanent responsibility of their parents The price does not depend on the number of people

Reception between 16h00 and 19h00 - After 19h00: a key box is available

Departure until 12:00

Parking is available in the grounds of the domain

Please note that "Les Abers" is not accessible to people with reduced mobility

In the heart of the Domaine des Génaudières, in the village of Le Cellier - thirty minutes by car from Nantes, one hour and twenty minutes by bike, or ten minutes from Oudon station via the bike path along the Loire

See on Google Maps.

This house was built by Antoine, Maxence and Sofian as part of the Vagabonde.House project - It got its name from “L’Aber Wrac’h” a celtic fjord where its three builders spent three months conceiving this model