We welcome you in this old mansion of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, the vineyards of Cahors, in the medieval town of Puy L'Eveque.
Lovers of history, gastronomy or large spaces, welcome!
in the Lot Valley with the meandering River Lot, near Sarlat, Cahors, Moissac, Montauban ...
We are situated in the beautiful Lot village of Puy l’Eveque. This old XVIII and XIX house have three bedrooms available and can welcome 12 persons. A french breakfast will be served on the lounge or the terrace if weather permitting.
Guests have the use of a little salon for reading where plenty of books and local tourism information are available.
We are conveniently situated on the heights of the small medieval town of Puy l'Eveque, surrounded by meadows and woods and along the GR36, yet we are only a few hundred meters from the city center with amazing views over the village and the vineyard .
The region is rich in history and offers a multitude of things to discover: medieval villages, castles, caves, vineyards, air and water sports, festivals,
The Lot is also renowned for it gastronomic delights (duck, foie gras, ...)
You can swim in the river, or at one of the swimming lakes in the area, excellent walking in the vineyards or the surrounding hills, cycling is much favoured in the area.
There is off road parking.
In the evening we can offer to share dinner with us (book in advance) (23 €/pers including: aperitif, starter, main course, cheese, dessert, coffee / tea, wine)
Reading room, toursim information and tv
Colonel room: 32 m²
Upstairs: shower, sink and toilet.
1 double bed and up "with 2 single beds
Pets are welcome if they are sociable with other (we have a dog, a cat and a horse). Please be advised that the property is not fenced
For dinner, thank you to book preferably the day before or at breakfast time.
We welcome children under 3 years free (cot and booster seat available)
We can offer you organize all your private events (search for providers, decoration, ...)
possibility to rent the area for your family events
Lovers of history, gastronomy and nature we have left Paris with our two daughters in 2008 to return to our roots in the southwest.
The ameillée chose us as successors of the previous owners, living in places since the beginning of its construction in 1720.
We love above all human relationships that are created in our business. Concerned with the comfort and well-being of our guests we really want them to share our lives in the south-west France.