La Tuilerie ref 46TLR
- High quality Barn conversion cottage in end of road location
- Sleeps up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms - 120 sq m.
- Elevated position with gorgeous country views
- Montcuq 5km Cahors 25 km River Lot 15km
- South facing sun trap overlooking unspoiled countryside
- Exclusive 10 x 5m pool with Hard cover - heated at cost
Nestling into a hillside at the end of a 2km road from the nearest village, La Tuilerie is one of a pair of cottages created from the conversion of a tobacco drying barn by the Owner, a retired hotelier.
All fixtures and fittings are of a high standard, and offer a peaceful location aimed at adults travelling together, or couples seeking their own space.
La Tuilerie has a large outdoor space immediately outside, and along with the pool has unobstructed views across the countryside.
St Daunès, the nearest village, has a couple of restaurants, and Montcuq, about 5km away has all the facilities likely to be required for everyday living.
Approaching La Tuilerie along the narrow country lane, guests arrive in a parking area where there is one covered garage space and other hard standing parking.
Your host likes to greet his guests personally and answer any questions you may have.
Entering La Tuilerie through glazed and shuttered double doors, guests will be in the spacious open plan Kitchen/Living area seen in the main picture.
A run of quality fitted kitchen units with granite worktops includes a gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and wine cooler, and a circular dining table seating 4 easily completes the Kitchen.
The Sitting area has sofas, armchairs and a second larger Dining table. The Television is in a fitted wall unit.
Off the Sitting room is a Utility room which has a washing machine and sink. There is also a separate wc.
On the other side of the Sitting room is the Downstairs en suite Double bedroom with a King Sized double bed. The room also has fitted wardrobes.
The King size bed can be split to make two single beds if required.
The ensuite Shower room has a large shower and double basins.
A second Shower room with basin is adjacent to this bedroom.
Upstairs is a large twin bedroom with two Single beds.
Immediately outside La Tuilerie is a sitting terrace with table, chairs and sunshade overlooking the 30ha (80 acres) of unspoiled farmland beyond. A barbecue and tools are available for guests.
Steps go down to the poolside with a large wooden decked area giving plenty of space to relax on the provided pool furniture.
The private Swimming pool measures 10 x 5m, and can be heated (at additional cost). It has a hard cover and internal steps, and water purity is maintained with salt.
|Property available||Easter to October|
|Property Management||Owner lives nearby|
|Post town & department
||St Daunès, Lot|
|Internet||Wifi equipment installed|
|Pets||Regret that pets cannot be accommodated|
|Smoking||Guests are requested not to smoke in or around.|
The roads and countryside around La Tuilerie are very quiet, and beckon guests to explore on foot and by bicycle. Montcuq is a lively village with plenty going on, good shopping and a good choice of restaurants.
St Daunès is on the main road that runs from Cahors on the River Lot down to Valence d'Agen on the River Garonne, and has beautiful countryside along its length, including Lauzerte, one of 'Les Plus Beaux Villages de France'. As with Montcuq, it has a medieval heart rising high above the rest of the town and many buildings of interest and its narrow streets lead off a central square. Another of the 'Plus Beaux Villages de France', St Cirq Lapopie stands on the river Lot a short drive east of Cahors.
Cahors has much historical interest based around the medieval Pont Valentre, and further to the north there are a number of prehistoric sites including neolithic activity around caves, and the drive down the picturesque Lot valley will bring guests to other attractive towns including Prayssac, Fumel, Penne d'Agenais and Villeneuve sur Lot.
Travelling around, guests will see a diverse range of crops being grown in the fields, with many acres of sunflowers and more usual cereals alongside considerable acreages of fruit orchards, vegetables and nut groves creating a delightful patchwork across the countryside throughout their respective growing seasons. Many of these products are available at the local markets held on every day of the week somewhere nearby: The nearest markets are Montcuq (Sunday), Prayssac (Friday) and Cahors (Wednesday and Saturday) A more comprehensive list of markets is found under The Area link at the top of this page.
Food in restaurants is generally of a high standard, and reasonably priced: Especially recommended are the locally produced duck dishes.
The wines of Cahors have long been in the shadow of nearby Bordeaux. but among the knowledgeable the rich deep red wines produced along the River Lot are well known, and there are many wineries that can be visited for tastings and Direct Purchase: Some are included in The Area information at the top of this page, and others included in the Tourist Information pages on the Links page.
Many local activities will be listed in the local press, the English language 'Quercy Local' being one popular place to advertise events.
All prices include Linen (Bed linen, bathroom towels & kitchen towels).
Pool towels and baby linen are not included unless otherwise stated. Pool towels are available to hire from the Owner.
Cot, High Chair & Playpen are available
A Security Deposit is also payable, and this is usually refunded (less any deductions) within one week of the end of your stay.
Cleaning at the end of your stay is not included: It may be available as an Option, but this (and any other services required) should be booked well in advance of your stay to ensure availability
All prices are in £GBP: Payments can accepted be in £GBP or €EUR Please contact Halcyon Leisure to confirm prices and methods of payment in $USD ,$CAN and other currencies.
Payments by Bank Transfer, Cheque or Credit card (Mastercard and Visa only) can be accepted : Debit cards only on £GBP accounts.
|PEAK Season||13 July to 30 August||£950 / week|
|HIGH Season||29 June to 12 July||£950 / week|
|EARLY MID Season||4 May to 28 June||£660 / week|
|LATE MID Season||31 August - 28 September||£660 / week|
|LOW Season||Before 4 May: After 28 September||£515 / week|