Monflanquin area Barn Rental Photos and Description
Relaxing quiet rural setting sleeps 2-4 with private pool
Newly completed in 2012 the Prune Barn offers very comfortable and tastefully furnished gîte accommodation. In keeping with tradition, the barn has been restored with attention to detail, whilst retaining the original oak beams and stone-walls.
The lounge has comfortable furniture equipped with television receiving French and English channels, DVD player together with audio CD unit and radio. WiFi connection also available, free.
Our gîte sleeps four. Bedroom one: double bed, pine bedside cabinets together with a chest of drawers each having their own bedside lamps, and complete with wardrobe. The room is fitted with French doors, and overlooks the private garden. Bedroom two: twin bedded, with pine bedside cabinet and table lamp; together with a chest of drawers and wardrobe. Each bedroom has free standing electric fans and hairdryers. The gite is fitted with French electrical sockets, and English adapters are provided.
Our linen and towels are of fine quality. Pool towels are also included together with kitchen towels and tea towels.
The gîte is fitted with a new American kitchen/lounge, gas hob and oven. Small electrical appliances include: kettle, coffee making machine, toaster, hand food mixer, and microwave. Washing machine, dish-washer and fridge/freezer complete the electrical equipment provided. Iron and ironing board and clothes airer also included. All cleaning products are provided, and inclued in the rental price.
On the private terrace, enjoy breakfast in the sunshine, the day concludes with the warm shade of the evening. The terrace is furnished with patio chairs large table parasol two sun loungers complete with padded cushions, last by not least a gas BBQ.
Our self-catering complex, also offers bed and breakfast facilities; warm and comfortable accommodation and breakfast, with endless hospitality. We offer our guests morning tea/coffee and biscuits, served before breakfast, and taken in their room. This is fully inclusive in our bed and breakfast price. We also offer picnic menus for our guests wanting a day out in the country-side, or perhaps travelling onward, menus and prices on request. Evening meals also available, on request. Four course meal, inclusive of apreitifs, wine and cafe charged at 24€ per person.
Infants and children are catered for, with prior arrangement, so that any special requirements are made available. ie. highchair, cot and linen.
Details for Bouyé Accommodation 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
We enjoyed a memorable week-long stay at Bouye. The interesting restored Prune Barn was most delightful. It was roomy and comfortable, spotlessly clean and very well appointed, with large French doors opening out from both the bedroom and the kitchen to a sunny patio, complete with a dining table and lounge chairs.
Carol and Martin were the best hosts you could ask for. They were so friendly and helpful, and their hospitality exceeded our expectations. The welcome package of fresh fruit and vegetables from their garden, beer, wine, juice and bottled water, as well as yogurt, and fresh bread hot, from the oven, was amazing!
During the day, we enjoyed driving in the French countryside and visiting the many quaint bastides and villages. We fell in love with the markets, and the friendly vendors, as well as the town square ambiance. Needless to say, we also enjoyed the delicious French cuisine and wine served in the many cafes and dining rooms.
Bouye, situated in the tranquil countryside, was a perfect place to relax and to enjoy sunbathing and swimming in the lovely pool after a wonderful day of sightseeing.
We highly recommend Bouye to anyone wanting a relaxing and interesting vacation in beautiful Southwest France. Bouye is a gem!
After many family holidays in France, over a period of some 20 years, deciding to live here was not too difficult.
With the family grown up, and settled, we wanted a change in our lives. So we packed up the heating and plumbing industry, and office demands, and we moved to the Lot et Garonne, and took up new challenges.
Now some six years on, still very happy with our new location and life style. We have new friends, and met lots of interesting people. We found skills, we never knew we had.