A typical 200 year old Norman stone cottage set in a spacious garden near Bayeux (Calvados). Close to the Cathedral and its famous tapestries, as well as the landing beaches of Normandy. The house is surrounded by a large and well-maintained lawned garden with mature trees and a cider-apple orchard.
Three bedrooms: one with a double bed plus possible cot and en suite bathroom, one with twin beds, and one with stacker beds.
A hill-top medieval stone house and pigeonnier with panoramic views over Southwest France's idyllic countryside, with a swimming pool and extensive gardens, near Agen in the Quercy region (Lot-et-Garonne). The property was expertly renovated, combining its original features with contemporary comfort.
Six bedrooms, four with a double bed; one with a double that divides into two singles; one with two single beds.
An 18th century stone stable converted into three units, with a heated pool, courtyard, and gardens, in a peaceful setting in the Loire region near Loches and Tours (Indre-et-Loire). Originally a stable for mail coaches, it has retained its original features, with exposed beams and thick stone walls.
1. Le Grebe: 8 guests - Four bedrooms: two, each with a double bed, and two with a pair of twin beds.
2. Le Pluvier: 6 guests - Three bedrooms: two, each with a double bed, and one with a pair of twin beds.
3. La Colombe: 4 guests - Two bedrooms: one with a double bed and one with twin beds.
A restored 18th century fisherman's house overlooking the Dordogne, situated in a small river port in the Fronsac wine region close to Bordeaux, Libourne, and Saint-Emilion. The garden is on the banks of the river, and guests can fish on the property.
One bedroom with a king size double bed. A cot or child’s bed can be provided if needed.
A restored 19th century stone barn in the Lot valley, surrounded by streams and fields, on the edge of the medieval village of Thegra, close to the Padirac Caves and the town of Rocamadour in the Lot. The interior features traditional exposed rafters and rustic tiled floors, along with modern comforts such as underfloor central heating.
One bedroom with a Queen-size double bed.
An 18th century gamekeeper’s lodge on a grand estate with a swimming pool and wooded grounds, close to the Canal du Midi and the medieval city of Carcassonne (Aude). Full of character and atmosphere, with exposed thick stone walls and wooden beams, the house also has plenty of modern comforts and conveniences.
Two bedrooms: one with a large double bed, and the other with a double bed and a single bed.