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Les Planches: an ideal holiday home to discover the Somme bay

Les Planches: an ideal holiday home to discover the Somme bay



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Going on vacation with a tribe is not always easy. The holiday home Les Planches, by Valérie Bray, was designed to receive 12 guests in ideal conditions: modern decoration, quality services and rooms with private bathrooms… Les Planches is a unique place to discover the Baie de Somme in all season and in which every corner has been thought to delight its inhabitants for a weekend or a week. Between forest and beaches, this contemporary, comfortable and aesthetic house benefits from an exceptional environment. Direction Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme, in the heart of the bay, to discover in pictures this holiday home where it is good to meet up with friends.

A pontoon-style terrace


Villa Les Planches On the terrace overlooking the forest, the decor also plays on the metal / wood mix. The large wooden slats, pontoon style, reminds us that we are just a stone's throw from the Picardy beaches when the Fermob garden chairs, bright red, bring a punchy note to this exterior dedicated to relaxation with friends. A pétanque court and pretty wooden Chileans are part of the decor.

A large, welcoming dining room


Villa Les Planches On the ground floor, we discover a large open space, the central living space of this friendly house. A modern decor, sober without being bland, skillfully mixes materials, aesthetic and comfortable. Wood is then invited by touches, through large bay windows and beams when the floor is thought with a waxed concrete effect. There are again a few touches of red that energize the room.

A kitchen with central island


Villa Les Planches The sublime cuisine has been designed for the pleasure and comfort of the 12 guests that this holiday home can accommodate. The central island connects the kitchen area to that of the living room with great elegance. We love this white furniture with retro brushed steel handles. The worktops in pretty light wood emphasize the quality of the finish.

A corridor worked in deep colors


Villa Les Planches Upstairs, a boat corridor leads to the six double bedrooms of the house. The wall of the staircase was painted in a very beautiful red blood of ox which contrasts with those, anthracite gray, of the corridor. We like the metal guard rail, identical to that on the outside, which recalls the contemporary spirit of the house.

A refined but colorful room


Villa Les Planches Here, each room has its color and its bathroom (or shower). We really like the green, which mixes aniseed nuances with pearl gray. The parquet was chosen in a raw appearance to warm the space. Finally, a large French window invades the light room and opens onto a shooting terrace with a view of the forest.

Upstairs terrace!


Villa Les Planches Some rooms in the house have access to the lovely upstairs terrace. Designed to accommodate 12 guests, it allows everyone to have their outdoor space according to the day's activities and to take time out for a while. In terms of decoration, we really like these cubic, discreet but graphic outdoor wall lights.

Private bathrooms


Villa Les Planches Each room has its own bathroom, like in a small hotel that you share with your friends. It has a bathtub and, like all the others, is furnished with quality furniture. We love the white ceramic countertop washbasin that combines with wood and a slate splashback. Great benefits to enjoy a weekend or vacation without false note.

Chic seaside spirit in the blue room


Philippe Guillaume We really like the blue chosen for this room. Both soft and deep, it sports a very modern seaside spirit. Another way of thinking about the traditional blue and white holiday homes!

Travel the world in the red room


Villa Les Planches In the red bedroom, the bathroom is open to the room, simply separated by a small wall. The well-designed washbasin invites itself with Scandinavian-inspired wooden furniture. On the night side, the bedside lamps invite us to escape once the evening comes, with their lighting effects dancing on the wall.