About the property
- Barn1291 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Maison Tillac is a beautifully renovated 19th century farm worker's cottage.
La Grange has an open plan living, dining and fully equipped kitchen area, ceramic tiled floor and exposed stone walls. There is a wood burning Godin stove. A door leads to the rear terrace and pool.
Through a double door there is a bedroom with exposed stone wall, a 140cm bed and an en-suite with tiled walk-in shower, etc. and recess for hanging and storing clothes.
From the main living area a flight of wooden stairs leads to a corridor with exposed stone walls giving access to 3 bedrooms. The first is a twin-bedded room with 2 beds of 80cms each and an en-suite with tiled walk-in shower.
The second has a 140cm double bed and an en-suite with tiled walk-in shower.
The third has a 170cm double bed that can be separated into twin beds of 90cm and 80cm. There is space for an additional single bed or cot. The tiled en-suite bathroom has a bath with a shower attachment, etc.
Madeleine and Tony Clifford-Winters
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- Response time:
- within a few days
- English, French, Some German
- Calendar last updated:
- May 19, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Major events and things to do include the following: Arpeges en Gascogne - Throughout the Summer - Classical music concerts in the acoustically rich Tillac church. Marciac International Jazz Festival - Beginning of August - Two weeks of world class jazz to suit every taste. Mirande Festival of Country Music - Mid July - Many concerts and events from morning to night. Vic Fezensac Tempo Latino Festival - End of July - A celebration of Afro-Cuban and Latino music and culture. Chateau de Lavardens Art Exhibition. L'Abbay de Flaran - not only a beautiful Cistercian Abbey but also an important cultural centre, art gallery and concert venue Golf Du Chateau de Pallanne - 18 holes par 72, featuring the famous par 5 of 556 metres. Nogaro's Paul Armagnac Racing Circuit - where you can watch Formula 3 and other races and even learn how to race yourself. The beautiful countryside surrounding Tillac is full of places to go as part of a rich diet of sightseeing: Barran - with its twisted church spire. L'Isle-de-Noé - in the arms of a river surrounding its 18th century chateau. Bassoues' 43m high donjon museum - describing the histories of nearby villages. Seviac - a gallo-roman villa, the most important Roman remains in South West France. Fources - one of the prettiest of small villages. Éauze - the heart of Armagnac country with an archaeological museum. Therme D'Armagnac's Gascon museum - a charming way to learn some of the history of Gascony. Auch - with its statue of D'artagnan and its beautiful cathedral with superb choir stalls and stained glass. Condom - gothic cloisters, Armagnac museum and cellars and a navigable river. Mirande - unique church and Beaux Arts museum. Lecteure - thermal centres for "taking the cure". Fleurence - fine market square and church with superb stained glass.