An amazing experience in a cozy and beautiful house. Ursula is a great host that you can contact anytime and who will always make his best to make your stay comfortable. It wasn't easy to leave this place and we hope to come back there soon.
Franc – March 2018 – Airbnb

The pictures of this beautiful Gite are great, but its actually even better than it looks, the shower is powerful the bed is so comfy the furniture not only beautiful but also really good quality. the situation is perfect the creperie is great, the epicerie which is on the doorstep serves great coffee, wine and menu de jour, they also had a concert while we were there we were welcomed by the local community, we also ate at the Forge, more formal beautiful food. supermarkets in Mayenne for every possible need and the market too. we will definitely return thank yo Ursula for what was a magical weekend in a beautiful location.
Angela – June 2018 – Airbnb

Wow, what an amazing space Ursula had provided. A spacious gite for two in a beautiful little village; very friendly and picturesque. The gite is furnished with an artist’s eye, with a mix of antiques and modern facilities, and some great local art. Very comfortable, with a beautiful log burner and a massive bath, which was just what we needed after a day on the motorbike and an hour’s heavy downpour. The fire was perfect for a nap before we ventured out to look around the village. L’Epicerie next door was absolutely amazing. It had everything from local produce and beer, to the essentials for a trip when you are travelling light. ... Thanks again Ursula.
Jason – May 2018 – Airbnb

The place is amazing, it even looks better than the pictures. Finding the place was a bit hard in the first place because it was already dark outside. But Ursula responded immediately after we send her a message and we found it really easy. The place is very clean and it is bigger than we expected. There is wood to make a fire and have a great night. Thanks again Ursula and maybe till the next time
Jeroen – April 2018 – Airbnb

ArtSpace Gîtes : Fontaine-daniel



What are you doing here in this hidden page? I expect you are gay, bi, or just curious as to why I display the Gay Pride flag?


ArtSpace Gîtes is a gay-friendly space and I actively support the LGBT community and their families and friends. That's all.


I look forward to welcoming you to Fontaine-Daniel.



Qu'est-ce que vous faites ici dans cette page cachée? Je m'attends à ce que vous soyez gay, bi ou juste curieux de savoir pourquoi je présente le drapeau Gay Pride?

ArtSpace Gîtes est un espace gay-friendly et je soutiens activement la communauté LGBT et leurs familles et amis. C'est tout.


J'ai hâte de vous accueillir à Fontaine-Daniel.



Ursula x



The Albert Kennedy Trust - charity single

The Albert Kennedy Trust is a voluntary organisation based in England, created in 1989 to serve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people who are homeless, living in a hostile environment or in housing crisis. It started in Greater Manchester in 1989 and opened in London in 1996, and expanded to Newcastle in 2013.


The Trust is named after Albert Kennedy (31 January 1973 - 30 April 1989), a 16-year-old Social Services care leaver from Manchester. He died after falling from a car park roof in Manchester city centre, while being chased by several attackers in a car. Albert was a runaway from a children's home in Salford.



Manchester’s gay community was moved into action by the Trust’s founder patron Cath Hall, a heterosexual foster carer who admitted she could not meet the full range of needs of LGBT young people in her care. She had observed that Albert's case was not isolated, and that many other LGBT young people in and out of the foster care system were struggling with the effects of homophobia.



As a result, the Albert Kennedy Trust was formed, officially becoming a trust in 1990.