About the property
- Cottage1076 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Modernised Stone Gite With Direct Access To River Lot.
'Peyrebos' (stone and wood) is a self-catering gite which borders the Lot river and lies in the heartland of the Cahors vineyards some 3km south of the market town of Prayssac and 30km west of Cahors.
The delightful converted and spacious traditional 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, stone gite is double glazed and has electric central heating. It sleeps up to six people, including use of one of the lounge sofas which converts to a comfortable double bed.
Stunning views of the river Lot make it an excellent location for fishing, birdwatchers or artists (or just the perfect place for relaxing in the sunshine). It provides an ideal base for exploring the history, the beautiful countryside, the chateaux, the prehistoric caves and the gastronomy of this lovely department.
The gite, which is situated in the grounds of our stone and brick house (owners on site), adjoins a lovely old barn and has access via a wide gently sloping path to the secluded riverbank and river. The riverbank area is mainly grassed with some flower beds and trees and is perfect for peaceful sunbathing and relaxing.
Accommodation in the gîte is arranged as follows and is suitable for 4 - 6 people.
Kitchen – the modern, open plan built-in kitchen is fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, pots & pans, microwave oven, fridge, gas hob, electric oven, kettle, coffee maker etc.
The dining room – has panoramic windows giving stunning views of the river & garden. It includes a feature stone wall and wood beamed ceiling. The pine table seats 6 comfortably and a door leads to the balcony overlooking the river.
Bedroom – the downstairs twin bedroom has views to the garden, an en-suite shower room with basin & low level wc as well as an adjacent wardrobe closet.
Additional – there is a further low level ground floor wc, washing machine & ironing facilities and a walk-in larder with a fridge/freezer.
Lounge – boasts panoramic windows giving stunning views of the river and garden. It is a large room with feature stone wall and beamed ceiling. It has 2 sofa’s (one of which converts to a comfortable double bed) and an office area. There is a tv (english satellite plus french channels), radio, cd player, dvd players, and wi-fi. There is also a selection of board games and books. A door leads to a small balcony which is a veritable sun trap with wonderful views.
Bedroom - the main bedroom has a double bed with a beamed ceiling and a ceiling fan. It overlooks the garden; and includes an en-suite bathroom, with bath and over shower, wash basin and a low level wc. There is a walk-in clothes closet and a separate dressing room.
The property has its own covered patio and balcony (overlooking the river), and its own garden area with both sunny and shaded parts. There is garden furniture, including chairs and table, loungers, a barbecue and outside lighting.
Guests also have shared use with the owners of the wooded areas, field and the riverbank for swimming, canoeing or fishing (permit required).
The gite and main house are enclosed by a fence. The owners have a one year old female Labrador cross who is very gentle and friendly.
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one hour
- english, french, dutch
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 01, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
BEAU, CALME ET DE QUALITE
Voila un endroit de charme, une prestation de qualité, un équipement complet, un environnement paisible (au milieu des vignes) avec un accès direct à la rivière (pour la pêche, la baignade ou le canotage). Le descriptif est tout à fait conforme aux lieux. Avec en prime un accueil charmant et discret des propriétaires, présents et attentionnés.
Les environs sont adaptés à des amoureux de la nature, nombreuses randonnées très bien balisées. Le village de Prayssac propose tous les commerces utiles avec un plus pour le marché du Vendredi.
Petit coin de paradis, les pieds dans le Lot
Gîte tres agreable, dans ancien corps de ferme, sur un vaste terrain sur 2 niveaux.
Gîte tout confort, très bien équipé. Grand jardin sur le niveau haut, très ensoleillé, transats disponibles. Au niveau bas du jardin, vous serez saisi par la vue imprenable sur le Lot. Un petit ponton vous invitera a y piquer une tête.
Le plus : les propriétaires qui vivent à 2 pas, seront à vos petits soins, soucieux de votre confort et du bon déroulement de votre séjour.
Le village de Prayssac est a 5 min en voitures, toutes commodités sur places.
Nous avons passés 15 jours en couple avec notre bébé de 7 mois, rentrons avec regrets... mais reviendrons très vite.
Merci pour le review!
The property: The gite is situated on the Lot river, some 3 kms south of the market town of Prayssac, and in the heart of the Cahors vineyards and rolling countryside. The area: The Lot Department lies in the northern part of the Midi-Pyrenees region in south west France. It is mainly a countrified area with a rich and varied heritage, landscape and traditions and well deserves it's slogan 'Tres Nature, Tres Lot'. It is an extremely attractive area with rolling hills, rivers, woodlands and pretty villages. There are not too many tourists even at the height of the season. The two main rivers which run east to west through the Department are the Dordogne in the north and the Lot further south. When to visit: The summers are usually delightful with temperatures between 25 and 35 °C. You can expect a lot of sunshine, but occasional short thunderstorms. Note that the Gite generally stays quite cool even at the height of summer. But the area is also really worth a visit anytime in the period April to October. The weather can obviously be more variable early and late in the year, but even when it is not sunny the temperatures are usually 8 °C warmer than Northern Europe. Places to visit: The large village of Prayssac is only three kilometres from the Gite and has bakeries, bars, a market, 2 supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, doctors and dentists, petrol stations, a tourist information office, a cinema (shows some films in English), a post office, a swimming pool (July and August), tennis courts and many other facilities. Other nearby local places to visit include: Belaye (3km) medieval hilltop village with panoramic views. Castelfranc (4km) small riverside bastide with charming centre, gardens and river beach. Grezels (6km) village with a private castle (restricted opening) Albas (8km) medieval village with interesting church. Puy L’Eveque (8km) a medieval village built on a hill beside the river Lot. Luzech (12km) attractive small riverside town. Further afield, there are many attractive villages including some which have been designated amongst the 'most beautiful villages in France' such as Carrenac, Loubressac and Autoire in the Dordogne valley within the Lot Department, and St Cirq Lapopie which lies east of Cahors. Midi-Pyrenees region has also classified various 'Grands Sites' in the Department which include the Dordogne valley, Cahors (the chief town in the Lot and which has both a roman and medieval history), the towns of Figeac and Rocamadour (the latter being one of the most visited sites in France outside of Paris) and St Cirq Lapopie. In addition, there are castles, more medieval towns (like Sarlat), pre-historic caves, museums, farms and vineyards just waiting to be explored. Or you can take a ride on a steam train at Martel, take a boat trip on one of the rivers or visit an animal park. Activities: If you are looking for something more energetic or activity based there's Ballooning, Bird Watching, Canoeing, Cycling, Drawing and painting, Fishing, French tuition, Golf, Hiking, Horse riding, Paragliding, Rambling, Shopping, Sightseeing, Swimming, Table tennis, Tennis, Tree adventure park, Walking, Wine tasting, Wine touring all within the area. Restaurants The area has a multitude of excellent - and often inexpensive - restaurants ranging from a €13 five course lunch (including wine) serving local produce up to a Michelin starred haute cuisine menu. If you like good food you have come to the right place. Markets: Most towns and villages have weekly produce markets which are a part of life in the Lot. Farm fresh eggs and chickens, locally grown fruit and vegetables, artisanal cheese and breads, flowers and plants are all well worth trying. There are also various specialist markets such as clothing, pottery and antiques. Festivities: July and August are the peak months for festivities in the area. Most towns and villages have fetes, often with excellent bands and dancing, barbecues or other eats and some with firework displays which can be quite outstanding for small communities. Some events are rather quirky, like the Confetti Ball held in July at Anglars-Juillac or the Hot Air Balloon festival at Rocamadour in September. In addition, there are a number of major festivals - often attracting international artists - such as the Cahors Blues Festival and the Souillac Jazz Festival (both mid-July) and the Festival of St Cere featuring opera, music and song (July / August). Transport: Like many country areas, you will need to have your own transport.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
- Non-refundable deposit of 50% of the rental cost payable on booking. - Balance of amount due one month before your rental. - Payments by bank transfer or via PayPal (at renter's expense). - Electricity, gas and water included - Linen and towels provided - Occupation from 14:00 on scheduled arrival date. Vacation by 10:00 on scheduled depart date. - Other rental dates and conditions may be available on request