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David Salinié
Lieu Dit "cuzorn"


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price from €160






Description for Gite

Cottage Description:

Equipped with a top fridge and microwave.
Includes a 4-burner electric stove with oven.
Features a 2-compartment sink with drainer.
Coffee maker provided.
Comes with dishes and utensils.
Furnished with a table and 3 chairs.
Offers ample storage space in the cupboards.

Living Room and Bedroom:
Includes a comfortable double bed (140 x 190).
Offers a sofa that can accommodate 2 people.
Provides a spacious cupboard for storage.
Bedding, including 2 pillows, a pillow, and 2 blankets, is provided.

Equipped with a shower cabin, washbasin, and toilet.

Outdoor Area (covered patio):
Includes a garden table and 4 chairs.
Features two sunbathing loungers.
Offers a convenient drying room for your laundry.

Available upon request at the time of booking, subject to availability.


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If you are approaching from the A20 motorway, take the Cahors exit and continue towards Mercues, Prayssac, Puy Lévêque, and Montcabrier.

If you are coming from the Dordogne, follow the signs for Sarlat, Gourdon, Salviac, Frayssinet Le Gélat, and Montcabrier.

For those coming from Lot et Garonne, head towards Villeneuve sur Lot, Fumel, Soturac, Duravel, and Montcabrier.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 7 34 46 160 480 55 non


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


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