A very private 18th century farmhouse near Rocamadour (Lot), surrounded by farmland and forests, with nature trails and bicycle randonnées routes at its doorstep. A three bedroom home completely updated to standards of modern comfort in an region famous for its history and cuisine.
Three bedrooms: one with a queen-size bed, one with a double bed, and one with two single beds
A finely restored 18th century manor set in a spacious, well-tended Mediterranean garden with a swimming pool near the medieval Provençal village of Sablet near Vaison-la-Romaine and Avignon (Vaucluse). The house has great views of the surrounding vineyards.
Two bedrooms: one with a double bed, the other with two single beds
A restored 15th century three-storey townhouse, formerly the home of a wealthy medieval merchant, in the riverside village of Carennac on the banks of the Dordogne near Rocamadour and Martel (Lot). The house is full of original medieval features but has all modern amenities.
Three bedrooms: two, each with a double bed, and one with a single bed. A cot can be provided and will easily fit into the single room with the bed or there is room for two beds.
A one-bedroom apartment in a restored 17th century house in the medieval village of Lourmarin (Vaucluse), near Aix-en-Provence. Nestled under the green Luberon hills and surrounded by vineyards, Lourmarin is officially one of the most beautiful villages of France. The apartment is furnished with an eclectic mix of antiques, bric-à-brac and art pieces.
One bedroom with a double bed.
A Provençal-style country villa with a pool and tennis court, nestled at the base of the Luberon Mountain range in Provence’s Luberon Regional Nature Park near Lourmarin and Aix-en-Provence (Vaucluse). The villa is set amid vineyards, olive groves, and orchards, with excellent views of the Luberon Mountains and the spectacular sunsets.
Three bedrooms: one with a queen size bed, one with a double bed, and one with two single beds, and an office area with a double bed.
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.