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 15th century château with three stylishly renovated gîtes on the grounds, converted from former outbuildings and sharing a swimming pool, located near Castelnaudary and Toulouse (Haute-Garonne). The extensive park-like grounds of the château are planted with 500-year-old cedar trees.
Hopkins Gîte: 6 guests - 3 bedrooms: 2, each with a double bed, and one with two single beds.
Mutley Gîte: 4 guests - Two bedrooms: one with a double bed, one with a pair of single beds.
Red y Pink Gîte: 2 guests - One bedroom with a double bed.
A bright, finely renovated 19th century house with two terraces, in the winemaking village of St-Chinian, close to the Haut-Languedoc Natural Park and near Béziers and Narbonne (Hérault). Recently renovated, the house is spacious, light, and airy, and is an good base from which to explore the Languedoc and the Mediterranean shore.
Three bedrooms: two with a double bed, and one with two single beds.
A restored 18th century farmhouse full of character, set on five hectares (12 acres) of gardens and woodland, with a heated swimming pool, enjoying sweeping views across a valley in southwestern France, close to Cahors, Lauzerte, and Montcuq. A golf course is at the end of the long private driveway.
Six bedrooms: five, each of which can be arranged with a double bed or a pair of twin beds on request, and one single bedroom.
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 restored 400-year old house, built into the walls of the medieval Languedoc village of Caunes-Minervois between Carcassonne and Narbonne (Aude). This three-storey stone home enjoys unobstructed views across vineyards towards the Pyrénées mountains in the distance. Inside, three sun-filled double bedrooms all face southwards. Guests can dine outdoors in a corner of the garden surrounded by flower beds.
Three bedrooms: two with double beds, and one with two single beds.