|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Beautifully restored 300-year old village house with magnificent oak floors and original marble fireplaces. SEE LINK TO OWNERS WEBSITE BELOW! This spacious and light-filled house retains many original features including high ceilings, intricately carved moldings and an elegant winding mahogany staircase. The house features a large eat-in kitchen complete with all modern appliances including dishwasher, 4-burner gas cook-top and convection oven. The kitchen is well fitted with dishes, utensils and serving-ware for up to 10 persons. There are 3 large luxuriously furnished bedrooms each with comfortable beds and large sunny windows. The house has 2 full bathrooms, both with large tub/shower.
There is a bright and stylishly decorated living room with ample seating and flat-screen satellite television. One of the most surprising features of this house is its amazing roof-top terrace with stunning views of the surrounding village and picturesque countryside. In addition to its classic old world charm, this house also has all necessary modern amenities including a washer/dryer, wireless internet access, TV and telephone (with free long distance calls to the US and most other locations). The house is also an ideal winter house with central heating throughout.
Monflanquin is a historic 13th century hilltop bastide village located approximately 20 minutes north east of Villeneuve Sur Lot and is chosen as one of France’s prettiest medieval villages. The house is located just four doors down from the village center with its lively restaurants and bustling weekly market both offering gourmet food and fine local wines. The village has a health club, swimming pool, bike hire and access to horseback riding and tennis. Lakes, canoeing and golf courses are all available nearby. The village is high on this bastide hilltop so Monflanquin enjoys beautiful breezes and panoramic views.
Keywords: flat, townhouse, monflanquin, bordeaux, wine country, bastide
We grew up in Los Angeles and now live in between San Diego and Monflanquin. We love to entertain, home reno projects, we enjoy travel, food and wine!
The Owner purchased this house in 2010
We have been visiting this region for many years and really love the culture, history, food, wine and mostly the people!
Aside serving good food and wine the local cafes have such a great cast of characters. They are friendly, fun, knowledgeable and very pleasant to be around.
We had an excellent week in this beautiful house in Monflanquin. The house itself is very well-equipped – the kitchen particularly so – and the roof terrace gives you a nice outside space to eat, read, lie in the sun, or just enjoy the view. Monflanquin is a charming bastide village and there are plenty of options for eating out: the best of those we tried were the excellent Lebanese restaurant over the road, Aldayaa, and, for lunch, the menu du jour at La Bastide des Oliviers down the hill. Definitely recommended if you’re looking for something a bit different from a gite with a pool!
I just returned from the most wonderful vacation I have had in the past 5 years.
My best friend and I decided to do a girls trip to the SW of France. We chose a Beautiful 300 year old home in Monflanquin. When we arrived, and opened the front door, what a wonderful surprise!! This house is spectacular. Beautifully furnished. A cozy and beautifully equipped kitchen. The Beds and pillows were sooo comfortable. Clean and wonderfully stocked. I felt so at home within minutes of exploring the house. The owners Michael and Vince, were extremely helpful, with all the information they provided. They were so willing to answer any questions we had in preparing for our trip to France, from sites to see, restaurants, tips on money exchange, navigating the towns and villages, weekly farmers markets in the different nearby villages,even recommendations on CD's to learn the language. The village of Monflanquin is so beautiful and friendly.
There is so much to see in the Area. After a full day of Sightseeing it was such a joy to come home to our beautiful home away from home at 8 Rue St Marie, in this Beautiful old Badtide Town of Monglanquin,open up a bottle of wine and head upstairs to the Fabulous Roof top Deck... To watch the Falling Stars and listen to the Hooty Night Owls .
I look forward to my return Trip next year
Our two week stay in this Monflanquin house was heavenly. The location on a charming medieval street was convenient to a number of really fine restaurants, a bakery, bar and services (including an aesthetician where I treated myself to a wonderful facial!). The house was clean, spacious and well laid out. The kitchen was outfitted as well as my kitchen at home so cooks will enjoy making delicious meals with ingredients from the local markets. Did I mention how warm and friendly the folks of Monflanquin are? Always a "bonjour" waiting for you at every turn. And the managing couple Sebastien and Miranda were not only helpful but a wealth of information. We would love to return to 10 Rue Ste. Marie!
The four of us spent a great week in Monflanquin. The house was comfortable, but it was early may and the weather not surprisingly a bit cold. Vinice and Michael responded promptly to our request to have the central heating turned on. The town is fun, and the house roomy and comfortable; I wish my kitchen were half so well equipped. And, since I was recuperating from an illness, the hours spent on a recliner on the roof in the sun were memorable. I do recommend you take the "round the bastides" trip. many of them are quite charming. Overall all, a very good experience.. Phil Zeigler
We just loved this place. Vince & Michael were absolutely wonderful & made everything so easy, from ease of payment (which we had problems with in other places), to loads of great pre info & then a wonderful old house, supplied with everything you possibly want and at a really good value price. Sebastien met us, was v welcoming & ensured we had all we needed & were briefed well, though they supply a book with everything in it anyway + lots of good recommendations.
The house was old, wonderful & full of character. It was also great to have a fully equipped kitchen with all mod cons, also free wifi, and Sky TV - meant that we could watch the Tour de France with English commentary (though not much time with so much else to do).
The village is wonderful, full of history & character - it is deservedly 1 of the "pretty villages of France. It is small but has lots of restaurants, good food & reasonable, both in the square & throughout the village, old & new. All are within walking distance of the house, which is v well located just off the main square. There are also cafe/bars, patisseries (best ones are down the hill), a supermarket, butcher supplying far more than ours do, a good little market & a great Thursday evening with communal tables in the square for the food market - what a great idea & what fun.
the house is located next to & opposite a cafe/bar as it is right in the centre of town, so it can be a bit noisy at times. However you can just close the windows or use the ear plugs supplied if you find it is too hot for that.
Don't arrive with a big car though as the streets are v narrow & the car is best left parked until you go exploring further afield. The location is fab for this as there are lots of places within easy driving distance for day trips & lots of great suggestions for these are on their website & in the house. It is a bit further from Bordeaux time wise than I had realised & so not somewhere you could access regularly but more quite a long day trip. There are so many other great places to visit all around though that we didn't cover them all in our week - hope to return sometime.
The village is on a hill & the house multi story so do need to have people capable of managing stairs & hills. We had my in laws who were in their 70's & they managed fine but not all that age would. They loved their time there as did my sister in law. We had 6 people staying & we all fitted v comfortably. We would all highly recommend a stay in this house.
My husband, 3 teenage kids, and I just had the most wonderful vacation at the Monflanquin house. We rented it for 2 weeks and took various day trips from there to places like Lascaux Caves, canoeing on the Dordogne, go-karting in Bergerac. We also took an overnight trip over the Pyrenees and into Spain. The house had every convenience and the kitchen was fully equipped (even blender, food processor, immersion blender, etc.). Sebastien was very nice and helpful and the place was immaculately clean. We especially loved having a washer/dryer for our use so we didn't have to pack enough clothes for 2 weeks. The house is in the center of town and next to a bar, so it can be very noisy, well into the wee hours. It was hot so we couldn't really close the windows much, although when they are closed, you hear much less. They do provide ear plugs, so that's good. The up side of its location is that it's close to everything and one night we even sat on our rooftop terrace and listened to a blues band that was playing at the tavern next door. Monflanquin is a lovely town, but it is a little far out so our day trips ended up being long days because we were so far off the highway. But again, we were Ok with that because of all the plusses with the house. It was truly an unforgettable vacation and this lovely house was a big part of that. I should also say that Michael and Vincent were very responsive and communicative through the entire process - we felt like family!
We stayed for a week in mid-June, 2012. Weather was lovely and the town, though small, has a surprising amount of places to eat and things to do. The apartment itself is well stocked with modern conveniences while retaining its innate charm. The view from the rooftop is the cherry on the top of a sumptuous ice cream sundae!!
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||€250|
Year Round rate - €800/per week* (up to 6 persons)
Contact owners for short term rates (stays less than 7 days) during off-peak season.
* includes linens and cleaning fee. Mid-week cleaning available for additional fee.
50% of rental fee due immediately to secure reservation. Balance of fees due 60 days prior to check-in date.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.