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  • Beautiful Gite, well appointed and with a tremendous view.
    5 of 5

    The Gite is beautiful, very nicely finished and furnished and, unusually, there was very little required for our two week stay that wasn't already there. From kitchen foil to food storage and bin bags to a variety of teas and coffee pods for the Dolce Gusto machine or filters for the drip feed coffee machine. Our welcome pack on arrival included fresh eggs from the free range chickens that Tracy and Leigh keep as well as basic staples. Tracy offered us extra eggs whenever we needed them and they make the most wonderful omelettes with their golden yolks. The Melon harvest was being done during our stay and Tracey and Leigh brought us fresh melons as well which were so sweet and juicy, I am still trying to work out how I can ferment and distil the juice! (adding the local Armagnac to Melon juice is really quite pleasant until I can get the metalwork built for the 'stil!) The view from the front of the Gite is staggeringly beautiful. 180 degrees of sweeping vales and massive distant vistas. For those that rise early, the sun breaking across the valley is the best start to the day! As mentioned Leigh and Tracey are very friendly and always available to offer advice on the local area and we enjoyed our chats around the pool, which is in itself a wonderful place to spend some time. Nia the Black Lab rescue dog often oversaw us swimming but I'm not sure she would have moved from the sunny lie-down to rescue anyone. Leigh recommended the village a La Romieu for a lunch and we had a great meal in the village centre followed by a fantastic visit in the Collegiate where we learned about all the cat statues in the village. Moncrabeau is a gentle walk away and we noticed when walking back one day that when the birds quietened there was absolute silence. It is a fantastically rural setting but also a great point from which to explore the surrounding medieval and Roman buildings and settlements. You can also spend time in any of a number or Armagnac distilleries and we would recommend the Chateau de Cugnac in Condom for a lovely visit and tasting or their excellent Ryst-Dupeyron brand Armagnacs and Flocs. Thank you Leigh and Tracy, Lucien and Nia for sharing your Gite and allowing us to have a wonderful holiday in the South of France.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • Small but perfect!
    5 of 5

    We stayed in the smallest of the 3 gites at domaine de Bouheben for a week and had a brilliant time. The gite has a mezzanine where our 2 children aged 3 and 5 slept but it may not be suitable for younger or much older children. Our 2 loved it! It is also worth mentioning that the gite has air conditioning which was much appreciated during the heatwave. During our stay, we shared the pool, indoor and outdoor play areas with 2 other families and the owners. We were pleased to be able to get to know them and the children spent hours in the pool but also on the swings in the extensive and very attractive gardens. The owners are very welcoming and are on hand to offer advice about places to visit. They invite guests to an aperitif at the beginning of the week which was very enjoyable and allowed us to get to know our new neighbours. We also enjoyed feeding the chickens and the stunning views from the property. The very popular Walibi theme park is a short drive away and is perfect for younger children like ours. I would strongly recommend staying at Domaine de Bouheben if you would like a peaceful stay in a welcoming, well maintained and family oriented place. We certainly plan to return in the future. Thank you Sylvie and Yannick.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
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