About the property
- Farmhouse2152 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Maison Tillac is a beautifully renovated 19th century farm worker's cottage.
At the edge of the medieval village of Tillac, Maison Tillac can be rented as a whole or as two gîtes ('Le Cottage' and 'La Grange'). It is approached via its own entrance off a 'chemin rural' and has parking for many vehicles.
The large enclosed front garden has trees, shrubs, lawns, flowers and seating area. Each gîte has a rear covered terrace with al fresco dining facilities and a small garden from where you can watch the setting sun. The shared swimming pool, 11m x 5 m, has sunbathing terrace and loungers and is surrounded by oleanders and other flowering shrubs.
Each Gîte has open plan living, dining and kitchen areas, ceramic tile flooring, fireplace and comfortable furnishings. The upstairs bedrooms have vaulted ceilings with original beams and 'Columbage', parquet flooring and ample storage space. All have well lit en-suite bath or shower room.
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.