|Your contact:||Robert and Kim Harvey|
|Telephone:||+33-(0)5 65 36 56 03 or +33-(0)6 79 39 10 87|
The house is located within the extensive grounds of the owners' property. The owners, Rob and Kim, also own a two-bedroom village house in nearby Puy l'Évêque.
The living and dining area has a comfortable sofa, a dining area for four, and satellite television with both French and English language channels. The property also has wireless internet access.
The house has been renovated to maximize space and comfort. Views are directly over the large garden and towards the hills. The adjacent fields are planted with crops and vines.
|Special features:|| Bilingual assistance available on site
Nearest large townCahors
Other towns nearbyFumelPuy l’ÉvêqueRocamadourSarlat
Cahors is the closest large town, and offers every amenity guests require. The town is famous for its locally produced Malbec wine. The villages of Catus, Fumel and Cazals are all close by, each offering its own unique shopping, attractions, and friendly locals.
In the village there is a large open air swimming pool (open July and August) which is great on hot summer days. Local lakes and river beaches also offer good places to swim. Several places offer bicycle rentals.
The town of Sarlat, with its mix of Roman and gothic architecture, is just an hour away. Enjoy Sarlat's popular Place de la Liberté, a pedestrian square housing many shops and restaurants. The storied and scenic Toulouse is just over an hour and a half away as well, with its chateau, cathedrals, shops and every type of museum.
The town of Cahors is the capital of the Lot region, built on an isthmus with the river Lot flowing right around. It’s well worth a visit, even if only to see its wonderful bridge, the Pont Valentré. There are many shops and cafés here, as well as museums and art galleries and a remarkable collection of medieval houses belonging to the religious orders. There are many festivals, both indoor and outdoor, and the bustling market visits twice a week.
Clinging to the cliffs of the Alzou canyon, the spectacular medieval village of Rocamadour offers many interesting things to see and do. Once an important Christian site, Rocamadour is still a waystation for people travelling the medieval pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostela.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The gite was lovely, refurbished and nicely decorated. It had everything we needed for our stay.It was impossible not to feel relaxed in such a beautiful and peaceful setting. The terrace offered a perfect place to enjoy views across the countryside and some stunning sunsets.
Sally and Roy E. - Reading , United Kingdom
Many many thanks for a very warm and generous welcome. La Maison d’Amis is a very comfortable and spacious Gite. We enjoyed lots of scenic walks and the very good food in the area. Thanks also for your valuable hints and information which as made it a very enjoyable holiday.
David and Maureen D. - Endinburgh, Scotland, UK
Thank you for your welcome, kind attention and all the hard work which makes this such a restful place to stay.
Zoe & Meindert W. - Amsterdam, Holland