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Recent Reviews

  • Relaxing gite in the countryside
    4 of 5

    6 of us stayed a week in late June. Ample space, 2 br and bath downstairs, open kitchen and reception room upstairs. Toilet upstairs. A car is necessary, as the village has no shops, just a bakery open daytime. The stairs are quite steep, but navigable, even by an elderly person with a recent hip fracture. The owners/hosts are charming, eager to help, and keep the pool and grounds very clean. Highly recommended.

    Stayed: Jun 2018
  • A simply gorgeous property in a wonderful location
    5 of 5

    A family of 4 (with 11yr old twins) we stayed here in August 17, and had a wonderful week. The property is one of best we have ever stayed in - and we have been to France multiple times. It was extremely well equipped, comfortable and clean. The building it is attached to is just an old barn, so you have the place to yourself with very (almost no) passing traffic on the lane. It is incredibly peaceful - one of our requirements for a break - and for vast majority of the time all we could hear was the mountain stream. This was one our favourite things about the property. You could throw open the main bedroom windows at night and go to sleep listening to the rushing of the river, which was deeply relaxing and therapeutic. Like all new areas, you need to spend some time finding out the fun things to do, but by the end of the week we had explored and found lots to do (climbing zip wire places, lakes, caves, walks, spa etc). One of the most amazing features of the house, is the most comprehensive and detailed file of local/regional walks - which was so helpful and inspiring. If you are coming here for a walking holiday, this has to be the best house you could think of! And one of the wonderful things we recommend is tackling a big walk (e.g. Lac Bleu - just stunning and knackering) and then going to the nearby Spa - Aquensis, to sweat away the aches and pains). We will be back!

    Stayed: Aug 2017