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Many Seguier



11 reviews

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Description for B&B:

Welcome to Hoopoe, a charming stone and brick house nestled in the serene countryside of the South West. Situated just outside the village of Castelsagrat, this tranquil retreat offers a true taste of the good life. Surrounded by verdant meadows and enchanting woodlands, Hoopoe is the perfect starting point for scenic hikes and nature walks.

Indulge in relaxation and leisure on the deck, where ample seating invites you to unwind with a good book or simply soak up the peaceful ambiance. In the evenings, enjoy a warm welcome drink by the crackling fireplace or on one of the two inviting terraces that envelop the house.

Your hosts, Bruno and a friendly team, are eager to acquaint you with the region and help you appreciate the unique architecture of the South West, including charming houses, historic halls, rustic lofts, and magnificent steeple walls. Additionally, they can guide you to the must-see attractions in the Midi-Pyrénées region, such as the captivating towns of Moissac, Montauban, Cahors, and Toulouse.

Experience the tranquility and beauty of the South West at Hoopoe, where warm hospitality and unforgettable adventures await.

Description for Gite

You will be greeted by two charming rooms:
Indulge in the romantic ambiance of Peony House, adorned in shades of pink, white, and beige. The room features a comfortable 200/160 bed with pure cotton duvet, a small sofa bed for a child, TV, and wifi.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant and playful atmosphere of The Fairies room, decorated in lively colors. This room offers a spacious 200/160 bed with beautiful bedding and a pure cotton duvet, along with an additional 180/90 bed for one person.
The bathroom is generously sized, boasting a bathtub and shower, double sinks, separate toilet, and a hair dryer for your convenience.


Appréciations pour La Huppe, Castelsagrat:

Fantastic séjour
Review by: Kathy & Mike, Juin 2 2017 12:37PM
We arrived on a hot Sunday afternoon to be welcomed with ice cold homemade lemonade- just what we needed as we were parched!
Our room and bathroom were sparkling clean and linen of the best quality.
We had both breakfast and dinner with Many and Bruno - what can we say: from her home made aperitif (apéro Many) her starters, mains and desserts, we knew that we had chosen the "best address" in town. I nearly forgot the music it was fantastic
Thank you both for your wonderful hospitality
Kathy and Mike
Response from property:
Merci Kathy et Mike c'était un plaisir de vous recevoir
Review by: Doreen Taylor, Juil 26 2016 6:47PM
Absolutely super place to stay-our hosts couldn't be more welcoming. Right out in stunning countryside,beautiful garden & lovely old house. Breakfast & evening meal were excellent-we'll definitely stay here again. Both speak very good English.
Pentecôte mai 2016
Review by: Lily Jacques Françoise Denis , Mai 19 2016 10:09AM
Notre séjour nous a enchanté. Accueil d'exception et lieu très agréable, reposant. Many et Bruno nous reçoivent comme des amis et participent pour beaucoup au bien-être du séjour. Merci à many pour sa bienveillance.
Super Adresse !!
Review by: BLATZ Stéphanie, Mai 16 2016 9:26PM
Accueil très chaleureux et sympathique dans un cadre agréable propice à la détente. Chambres belles et confortables et repas savoureux!! A recommander...
Calme et confort
Review by: Van Khache Dominque et Serge, Sep 23 2015 10:19AM
Maison de charme, confort et accueil chaleureux, nous reviendrons. Nous n'avons pris que le petit déjeuner et aimerions goûter la cuisine de Many dont les confitures nous ont donné un avant goût !
Agréable séjour
Review by: Fabienne et Patrick RUBAN, Sep 1 2015 3:06PM
Opinion par : Fabienne et Patrick RUBAN, août 2015.
Une chambre agréable, deux hôtes charmants pour passer une soirée où on ne voit pas le temps passer, sans oublier une cuisine tout à fait remarquable préparée avec soin par "Many". Encore merci pour votre accueil très sympathique.
Très très bonne adresse
Review by: Stéphane et Karine, Aou 23 2015 11:31AM
Maison au calme
Accueil très sympathique et chaleureux
De très belles chambres avec une super salle de bain.
Vraiment une très bonne adresse si vous êtes dans le coin.
Et encore merci nous avons passé un très agréable moment
Etape en Tarn et Garonne
Review by: Bruno et Dominique, Aou 5 2015 12:02PM
Nous avons été très bien reçus dans ce cadre calme et reposant.
Lespace chambres est confortable et bien agencé.
Many et Bruno ont vraiment plaisir à vous accueillir dans leur maison que Many a décoré avec goût.
Le repas partagé avec eux fut très agréable.
Une petite pensée pour les deux superbes poules qui habitent aussi sur place et dont je mexcuse davoir oublié les noms.
Review by: ALLAIN JJ, Juin 8 2015 2:37PM
UN ACCUEIL TRES SYMPA DANS UNE MAISON Décorée avec beaucoup de gout - une cuisine du jardin délicieuse - on espére y revenir bien tôt
comme à la campagne,
Review by: Genevieve, Juin 13 2014 11:23AM
accueil iréalité est conforme aux images
séjour au top
Review by: lafarge laurence, Mai 11 2014 9:17PM
accueil chaleureux, chambre très confortable, et excellente table (le cheese-cake à la fraise... à tomber...)

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To get there from Toulouse:
Take the A62 motorway and exit at Casrelsarrazin (exit 9). Follow the signs for Moissac, Bourg de Visa, and Carrefour Fourquet. Then, turn left towards Valence d'Agen and take the first right onto LAMOTHE Castelsagrat, CV 4. The third house on the right is your destination.

To get there from the A20 motorway:
Exit at Cahors Nord and head towards Agen on the D953. Follow the road signs for Montcuq, Lauzerte, and Valence d'Agen. At the crossroads Fourquet Valence d'Agen, take the first right onto CV 4 Castelsagrat, Lamothe. The third house on the right is where you need to go.

To get there from Bordeaux:
Take the A62 motorway and exit at Lamagistere. Head towards Valence d'Agen on the D953, following the signs for Cahors and Lalande. After passing Lalande, take the third left onto Castelsagrat LAMOTHE. The third house on the right is your destination.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 65 69 59 2 25
(3 pers.)
1 99 99 89 89 39


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • Moissac Abbey: Located in Moissac, just a short drive from Lamothe, Moissac Abbey is a stunning Romanesque abbey with intricate carvings and beautiful cloisters. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.
  • Pont Canal du Cacor: Situated in Montech, this impressive canal bridge is an engineering marvel. It allows boats to cross the River Tarn and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can walk or cycle along the towpath and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
  • Lauzerte: A charming medieval village perched on a hilltop, Lauzerte is famous for its well-preserved architecture and panoramic views. Explore its narrow streets, admire the half-timbered houses, and visit the 13th-century market square, which is the heart of the village.
  • Auvillar: Another picturesque village near Lamothe, Auvillar is known for its circular market square and the remarkable Saint-Pierre Church. The village offers a lovely riverside setting, local crafts shops, and stunning views of the Garonne Valley.
  • Château de Bonaguil: Located near Fumel, this impressive fortress is a must-visit for history buffs. Château de Bonaguil is one of the most well-preserved castles in France, boasting a unique blend of medieval and Renaissance architecture. Explore the towers, battlements, and enjoy the panoramic views from the top.
  • Montauban: Known as the "Pink City" due to the color of its buildings, Montauban is a vibrant city with a rich history. Explore the Old Town, visit the impressive Montauban Cathedral, stroll along the Tarn River, and admire the beautiful architecture and art galleries.
  • Château de Goudourville: Situated in Goudourville, this medieval castle offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history. Explore its fortified walls, towers, and courtyards, and learn about the castle's strategic importance during the Hundred Years' War.
  • Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave: A charming village located along the Canal de Garonne, Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave offers a peaceful and picturesque setting. Take a leisurely stroll along the canal, visit the 14th-century Church of Saint-Nicolas, and relax in the village's lovely square.
  • Domaine de Dufau: Wine enthusiasts can visit this vineyard located in Donzac, known for producing excellent wines. Take a tour of the estate, learn about the winemaking process, and enjoy wine tastings while enjoying the scenic surroundings. 10. Canal de Garonne: Stretching across the region, the Canal de Garonne offers a fantastic opportunity for outdoor activities. Rent a bike or go for a leisurely walk along the towpath, admire the picturesque villages and landscapes, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

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