Australian couple early/mid 60's.
Own transport is necessary for this accommodation.
The owner's are on-site, friendly and helpful but not intrusive.
Gibson Grange is a two story gite. The ground floor has a small sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and toilet. The upper story is the bedroom.
The sitting room has a small table and 4 chairs, a couch (that can convert to a bed) a lounge chair, wood heater (wood supplied), CD player, small flat screen television and DVD player. There are no English channels but there is a large selection of English language DVD's provided along with a small selection of English language books.
In addition to the wood heater in the sitting room there is electric heating in the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
There is no safe.
The WIFI is a bit slow and one day it was not usable (continually dropping out). It was adequate for emails and surfing the net.
The kitchen contains a gas 4 burner stove and convection oven, a microwave oven, fridge, kettle, coffee maker and toaster along with cutlery, crockery and pot and pans. There is also a washing machine in the kitchen area. The bathroom and toilet open to this kitchen area.
The bathroom has a basin and shower cubical. There is no bath. The bathroom mirror has its own light fitting and is usable for shaving (me) and application of makeup (her). The water is hot with very good pressure. There are no "off smells" from the bathroom or toilet. The toilet flushes well.
The bedroom contains a double bed and a single bed. The bedding was clean and the bed comfortable. There are no reading lights at the bedhead. The stairs to the bedroom are quite steep - almost ladder-like.
The gite is advertised as sleeping four. We found it very comfortable for two persons. I suggest that the best configuration for sleeping four persons would be a couple and two young children. Four adults would need to be very good friends.
There is an outdoor sitting area with views to the mountains. A small wood fired BBQ is available for use of guests.
We based ourselves at the gite and wagon-wheeled out into the surrounding mountains. We loved our stay.