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Recent Reviews

  • A time capsule of a place in a quiet and picturesque village.
    4 of 5

    Every morning, the rising sun lit up the golden stone of the village below; every evening, the coolness of the cave was a refuge from the heat of the day. We felt as if we were inside history; we could see 200-year old graffiti and marks made by the cave-makers, but were entirely comfortable and well-provided for. Anita and René were welcoming and helpful; it was fascinating to hear them describe how they had modernised this unique place while preserving its historic features. We had everything we needed to be comfortable inside, but enjoyed most of all watching the changing light over the village and countryside below.

    Stayed: Jul 2018
  • We had a lovely holiday, and the house was absolutely perfect. Attractive, comfortable and fun.
    5 of 5

    We had an absolutely lovely time at the house. We were there for a family holiday, with ages ranging from 10 through to 82, and everyone had a wonderful time. The house is very attractive, very comfortable, extremely well equipped, and in a lovely quiet rural location - all of which was exactly what we were looking for. And the house/grounds are amply sized to allow everyone to do what they like without being in the way of anybody else - something for everyone. The local information in the house was very useful/helpful - we used Patrick's cooking service one evening, and visited two Chateaux nearby (Chenonceau and Chambord). But the rest of the time, we were all very happy to stay at the house, use the pool and the tennis court, and enjoy the leisurely pace of holiday life! Albert (who looks after the house on behalf of the owners) and the gardener lady were charming, helpful, attentive.....and very tolerant of our patchy French language skills! I would certainly hope to return for a future holiday. Many thanks indeed! Will

    Stayed: Jul 2018