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Julie Sellars



7 reviews

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price from €65




Description for B&B:

The farmhouse is a cozy retreat with 2 generously sized bedrooms located on the ground floor.

The first bedroom, adorned in blue and yellow, features a double bed (160 cm) and a single bed. The second bedroom, in a charming pink hue, offers a double bed (140 cm), a single bed, and even a hideaway bed for an additional child.

For those seeking extra accommodation, there is a third bedroom available on the first floor, perfect for occasional use.

Each bedroom comes complete with its own ensuite facilities, including a shower, wash basin, and WC.

If you're in the mood for a delicious evening meal, simply make a request, preferably with 24 hours notice. Julie, the host, takes pride in utilizing home-grown produce such as chickens, ducks, rabbits, lambs, and vegetables. When these are not available, she sources from trusted neighbors and local producers.

Prepare to indulge in a homemade feast, starting with sheep yogurt, bread, and jam for breakfast, followed by an aperitif and goat cheese included in the dinner.

Join us for an evening of delectable food and warm company.


Appréciations pour Tondes, Castelsagrat:

Lovely place with amazing hosts
Review by: Hannah, Oct 19 2019 2:44PM
I stayed here with a number of friends and we absolutely loved it. Its a picturesque place surrounded by beautiful scenery. Julie and Mark were great company and really kind and flexible hosts. Julies cooking is amazing and we are all inspired by her reciepes. She made a real effort to cook for vegans/vegetarians. We had lots of fun learning about the farm.
Lovely suite, wonderful breakfast!
Review by: Jay Russell, Juil 2 2018 9:08PM
My wife and I stayed at Tondes after a party with friends. We had a restful evening in our farm room, listening to the quiet! :-) Julie and Mark took time to have breakfast with us the next morning, despite the neverending demands of the farm. And the breakfast was sumptuous! Thanks so much, we highly recommend a stay at Tondes!
Accueil chaleureux
Review by: Cynthia Blackhurst , Aou 19 2017 5:44PM
Depuis nous avons découvert ce petit coin de charme nous y sommes restés des jours chaque année. Pour le plus part une étape de 2/3 jours en route au sud de France. C'est l'accueil et charme des hôtes, les repas superbes, les chambres individuelles et la campagne tranquille.
Ce n'est pas loin de l'autoroute en un beau paysage.
Mais le mieux est les repas! Julie fait bien la cuisine avec des choses de leur ferme - superbe!
Review by: CHAUVEAU Charles, Aou 11 2017 9:19PM
Vous souhaitez passer de bonnes vacances et ètre hébergés confortablement dans un gite très au calme avec un accueil chaleureux et une table d'hotes ou les produits du terroir sont la priorité alors allez à TONDES de CASTELSAGRAT chez Julie et Mark vous ne serez pas déçus.Ces deux charmantes personnes vous recevrons avec une gentillesse hors du commun et Julie est une excellente cuisinière .
chambre d'hote tres special
Review by: Pearl, Juil 30 2017 4:58PM
Il y a plusieurs annees nous venons ici, chez Mark et Julie. Les repas sont . Julie est un chef tres ingenue. Les animaux sont La ferme est interessant pour tout la famille. Les chambres donnent du paix.
Bienvenue chez eux
Review by: Jaouen anne, Juin 30 2017 7:04PM
Car vous serez reçus comme des coqs en pâte
Des hôtes charmants pleins d'humour de bonne humeur. Nous avons passé une merveilleuse soirée, bon repas et convivialité au menu. Enfin l'adresse vaut le détour' cadre simple et rustique mais avec l'english touch. Nous y retournerons je l'espère
A special stay on a working farm with charming hosts
Review by: Kristina, Juin 29 2017 9:38PM
Tondes is a truly special place to stay an absolute gem of a place. Hosts, Julie and Mark were warmly welcoming and friendly. Julies cooking is superb and she uses as much fresh local produce as possible. Much comes directly from their farm, vegetable garden and woodland. The meals were delicious (including a wide vegetarian repertoire) and Julie and Mark were entertaining dinner conversationalists with a wide range of interests and local knowledge. Breakfasts were equally appetising, generous and full of home produce.
Both bedroom and bathroom were very clean, extremely comfortable, spacious and charmingly decorated.
There is a pretty enclosed garden to sit in amongst all the flowers and animal lovers can meet sheep, goats, cats, dogs, rabbits, chickens and ducks on the farm.
Tondes has everything needed for a lovely, relaxing holiday.

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To get to Tondes, if you leave the autoroute at Valence DAgen, junction 8, follow the signs for Golfech. Once you cross the canal by the power station, turn right at the roundabout. At the next roundabout, turn left following the signs for Cahors. After passing Lalande, do not pay attention to the first two signs for Castelsagrat. Instead, keep an eye out for a small road on the left, across from some rubbish bins and just after a large house with a tower called Lamothe. You will see a Chambres Dhotes sign on the corner of this road, and we are located 2 kms up on the left. Tondes is the farm situated at the top of the hill.

If you leave the autoroute at Castelsarrasin, junction 9, turn left at the roundabout towards Moissac. Cross both the river Tarn and the canal. After 200 m from the canal, take a right on the D7 road towards Bourg de Visa. At the first roundabout at Fourquet, turn left in the direction of Valence dAgen. After 800m, turn right at the Chambres dhotes sign, across from the rubbish bins. Tondes is located 2 kms on the left, at the farm on top of the hill.





  • Château de Castelsagrat: Located in the heart of Castelsagrat, this medieval castle is a prominent tourist attraction. It offers stunning architectural features, an impressive courtyard, and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Moissac Abbey: Situated in the nearby town of Moissac, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a masterpiece of Romanesque art and architecture. Visitors can explore the ornate cloister, marvel at the intricate sculptures, and attend Gregorian chant performances.
  • Canal de Garonne: The Canal de Garonne is a picturesque waterway that stretches across southwestern France. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks or bike rides along the towpath, take boat trips, and explore charming villages and vineyards along the canal.
  • Montauban: Just a short drive from Tondes, the city of Montauban boasts a rich history and architectural heritage. Highlights include the stunning Place Nationale, the Musée Ingres, and the impressive Saint-Jacques Church.
  • Lauzerte: Nestled on a hilltop, Lauzerte is a charming medieval village known for its well-preserved architecture and panoramic views. Visitors can wander through narrow streets, visit the 12th-century Church of Saint-Barthélemy, and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this picturesque town.
  • Auvillar: Another beautiful village near Tondes is Auvillar, known for its circular market square and charming half-timbered houses. The village also houses an impressive 12th-century circular grain market, which is a testament to its historical significance as a trading hub.
  • Saint-Pierre Abbey, Moissac: Situated in Moissac, the Saint-Pierre Abbey is an architectural gem dating back to the 11th century. Its stunning cloister, adorned with intricate sculptures, is one of the finest examples of Romanesque art in France.
  • Château de Bonaguil: Located a bit further away, the Château de Bonaguil is a magnificent castle perched on a rocky outcrop near Fumel. With its extensive fortifications and well-preserved interior, it offers visitors a glimpse into medieval life.
  • Walibi Sud-Ouest: For those seeking a fun-filled day, Walibi Sud-Ouest is an amusement park located near Agen. With a variety of roller coasters, water rides, and family-friendly attractions, it is an ideal destination for thrill-seekers of all ages. 10. Agen: Agen is a vibrant city known for its historical landmarks, including the stunning Agen Cathedral and the picturesque Pont Canal. Visitors can also explore the bustling city center, enjoy local cuisine, and visit the famous Pruneau d'Agen Museum. Please note that these attractions may have specific opening hours or seasonal availability, so it is advisable to check before planning a visit.

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