The old manor house – 19th century – has its own entrance, salon, 3 bedrooms a kitchen a bathroom and wc, terrace and garden. You can spend a very enjoyable holiday a relaxing or active as you wish in a beautiful environment. Near shops, restaurants.
The holiday guest-house « La maison du bouchonnier » or the cork factory House is located in a quiet street in the centre of the little town of Mezin, near the city of Agen in the South West of France. The house is confortable with a very cosy ambiance. Maximum 4 adults and 1 or 2 childs.
Located halfway between Bordeaux and Toulouse, Mézin is a little medieval town tucked in between rolling hills, sunflower fields and vineyards. Its location in the heart of Gascogne at the edge of the Landes forest offers many possibilities during your stay, from visiting local produce markets in the neighbouring towns of Nerac or Lavardac, visits to the many old castles and bastides, as well as local vineyards of Cote De Gascogne and Armagnac.
This traditional nineteenth century master house offers 3 bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen even some products like milk, butter and spices. Cleaning products. Bathroom, a terrace and a large landscaped garden where you can rest under the shade of the old lime-tree. This is the ideal home for a restful or active holiday in the lovely and hearty french country side of the South West, famous for its wines, local food and lifestyle. In july and august the minimum stay is 1 weeks. The standard price is available for 4 people.
Come and live la douce France...
You rent the enter house and have a total privacy in the house, the terrace and the garden.
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I live in the former cork factory. It can be usefull when you need information or help. I 'm
This part of France is very friendly and gastronomic! Hiking, swimming, golf, cure thermale and restaurants are good activitys to practice here.
The guesthouse is No smoking but at the terrace and the garden smoking is allowed. Your pet is welcome but you have to ask me before you come.
Eventhough I have a very english name, Mary Grahame, I was born in Sluis in southwest Holland in the area of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands, near to the Belgian border.
I have lived in France for the last 40 years and 10 in the Gascogne region. I currently live next doors to the cork factory house, in what used to be the actual factory building.