A restored Napoleonic farmhouse with a swimming pool and a large garden, with excellent views over the surrounding fields and woodlands in rural Gascony near Toulouse and Auch (Gers). The accommodation is flexible, and suitable for groups of anywhere from 2 to 12.
Six bedrooms: three, each with a double bed (one is a four poster); one with three single beds; one with two single beds; and one with one single bed.
A restored family mansion with a swimming pool, set in large secluded grounds on a plateau with panoramic views over the valley of the river Séoune and the rolling countryside of Southwest France near Villeneuve-sur-Lot (Tarn-et-Garonne). A terrace surrounds the house on three sides. The 4 acre (1.5 hectare) garden includes a large lawn, shady trees, and a natural spring.
Four bedrooms (two on each floor,) three with ensuite bathrooms. A cot is available for a child.
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 traditional 19th century Breton house with a large, child-friendly garden, set close to sandy beaches in the village of Plouézoc'h near Morlaix and Brest(Finistère).
4 bedrooms: two, each with a double bed, one with a double bed and a single bed, and one with bunk beds and a single bed.
A restored stone house filled with art in the heart of the medieval village of Mézin in Gascony, near Nérac and Condom (Lot-et-Garonne). Close to the arcaded market square and the 12th century church. The owners are keen painters and offer lessons in drawing and painting.
Two bedrooms, each with a double bed and a single bed and both with bathrooms. A three bedroom/three bathroom configuration is available at a higher rate and sleeps up to 10 people.
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.