Centrally located within a 12th century medieval ville, surrounded by award winning Cahors vineyards and a few minutes from banks of the river Lot, our light and airy spacious cottage is ideally placed for the holiday maker.
Features well equipped kitchen, dining area for 6 people plus two three seater comfortable settees and wood burner.
Upstairs has two double bedrooms, both ensuite.
Towels and bedding plus wifi provided.
Prices for 4 people. Enjoy France at it's best!
Centrally located within a spectacular historic 12th century ville we are close to all amenities and the river Lot, ideal for exploring the historic Lot Department. Situated on Grand rue, within walking distance to shops, 8 excellent restaurants, supermarket with petrol stations, free parking, 3 patisseries, hairdressers etc. Canoeing on the river or taking the river boat for a long cruise on the river is 10 minutes away.
The 'provencal' kitchen is fully equipped for meals using the locally grown very fresh produce and has a breakfast table for 2 (with 2 extra chairs). We have added lots of utensils and pans to make sure you have everything you need.
The kitchen includes a dish washer, cooker, microwave, toaster and kettle, kitchen area with small breakfast table for two, leading to dining area with room for 6 and large comfortable sitting area with 2x3 seater settees.
Upstairs we have 2 large double bedrooms with their own en-suites facilities, loo, washing unit and shower, both bedroom have storage and large double windows to allow lots of light inside.
Our minimum stay is 3 nights. Prices are for up to 4 people, we can take 6 for an additional charge.
We have a wood burner for the colder months and radiators, however, heating is not included in our prices, a small additional fee is added for this, please enquire.
The large private courtyard is surrounded by scented roses and flowers with tables, chairs, sun loungers and parasols for outside dining and relaxing.
Bedding and towels are provided. We also provide a starter pack for your self catering holiday which includes hand wash, soap for showers, washing up liquid, kitchen towel, loo rolls and some tablets for the dishwasher to make it even easier for you on holiday when you arrive plus tea, coffee and sugar. A complimentary bottle of local wine is included and a welcome pack should you book for a week or more.
We have free wifi with a code which can also be used when sitting outside of the cottage also.
Free parking is opposite the cottage or within the courtyard.
Zugang für Gäste
There is a large garden next door to the cottage and a large courtyard for taking meals or sitting and relaxing/reading etc. The outside clothes line is within the garden. We have sun loungers, chairs, outside tables and parasols for your use.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I am here most of the time and happy to help with booking restaurants or giving advice as to where to travel etc. If you need anything please just ask.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Some of the shops are closed lunch time as is normal in France. However, the local supermarket is now open all day from 9am to 7pm, but half day on Sunday - 9am to 12noon. Shops are closed Sunday pm.
You will need to book beforehand for some of the restaurants, I am happy to help you with this.
Please leave the cottage clean as it is often used for friends and family.
Smoking is not allowed on the premises.
We have great plumbing but please do not put coffee beans down the sink to test it!
The booking is for up to 4. We can take more using the bed-settees but please enquire first as there will be an extra charge. Please do not turn up with extra guests without checking first. The charge for extra guests is €15 per person per night.
The cottage is not equipped for large pets, however, for a small pets I may make an allowance.
Please let me know if you have any mishaps as soon as possible.
Check in is after 4pm and check out before 10am. Outside of these hours may be possible but please let me know beforehand and I will try to accommodate you.
Heating is not included, this would be an additional charge.
I adore gardening and am constantly on the search for unusual plants but particularly love roses and lavender. I don't like to cook but living in France means this is not a disadvantage due to having lots of nearby excellent and well priced restaurants. I'm fascinated by history and enjoy living in our medieaval ville and finding out things from the friendly locals. Although I didn't speak French when I arrived, I am now taking lessons and just laugh off the stupid mistakes I make. I am very friendly and really want our guests to have a relaxing time. Meeting new people interests me as does finding new places. France and Italy are my favourite destinations. I rarely watch TV and read a lot, preferring autobiographies or stories about ancient families and their lifestyle. My motto would be to 'help others as you yourself would like to be helped'. Life is too short for anything else!