Located in the heart of Joan of Arc country between Domrémy-la-Pucelle and Vaucouleurs, at the gateway to Meurthe-et-Moselle and Vosges, Maxey-sur-Vaise is a delightful little Lorraine village with loads of character at the foot of a wooded hill. A well-stocked stream, the Vaise, flows through it.
Danielle Noisette, the owner of the Ferme de la Vaise, welcomes guests to her large character-filled house in the country. Upstairs are two guest rooms decorated in a rustic style (Gîtes de France - 3 ears of corn) with their own separate entrance. Each of the rooms has 2 double beds and 1 single, with a separate shower room and toilet. There is also a kitchenette for guests.
If you would like to enjoy a hearty meal made with fresh produce, the Ferme auberge de la Vaise offers good family meals.
The surroundings are ideal for rest and relaxation but you can also use the private swimming pool or hire bikes and explore the quiet little country roads with your family or friends.
From Maxey-sur-Vaise, you can find out about the epic tale of Joan of Arc in Domrémy- la-Pucelle (10 km) and Vaucouleurs (10 km).
Lower rates for guests staying for several nights.