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Claire Morgan
Lieu Dit Faysselle


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price from €550


05 53 98 28 56


06 47 51 27 19


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Welcome to the charming hamlet of Faysselle, a place steeped in history dating back to 1807. Each cottage, known as a gite, carries traces of its former purpose, such as metal rings that once held animals and a weathered stone sink. Inside, you'll find magnificent beams and exposed stone walls that exude character. Outside, breathtaking views await, inviting you to explore the surrounding woods, fields, and even our own babbling stream.

Our gites can be booked individually or as a whole unit, making them perfect for large family celebrations or weddings. Choose from three options: Soleil Levant, with 2 bedrooms that comfortably accommodate 4 guests and one bathroom; Soleil Couchant, offering 3 bedrooms for up to 6 guests and two bathrooms; or Grand Soleil, which boasts 3 bedrooms for up to 7 guests and two bathrooms.

Each gite is thoughtfully equipped with modern conveniences, including a fully fitted kitchen, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, and a selection of pots and pans, as well as crockery. We provide hairdryers, bed linen, and towels, ensuring a comfortable stay. Additionally, each gite features its own private outdoor terrace complete with furniture and a barbecue, allowing you to enjoy al fresco dining and relaxation.

For those seeking entertainment, we offer a games room with billiards, table tennis, darts, and table football. Outside, swings and ample space for badminton and swingball provide endless fun. We also provide a selection of bikes free of charge for our guests to explore the beautiful local area.

Come and experience the rustic charm of Faysselle, where history meets comfort and nature awaits your discovery.


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To reach our location, a car is necessary as we are situated between Bergerac (90 minutes) and Toulouse (75 minutes) airports. Bordeaux airport (120 minutes) is slightly farther away. If you prefer train travel, Agen, the capital of the region, has a TGV station only 30 minutes away.

For your convenience, there is a shop within 4 kilometers of our location. Additionally, a bakery and pharmacy can be found 8 kilometers away. If you require larger supermarkets and shopping options, they can be found approximately 25 minutes away on the outskirts of Agen.

During the summer season, you can explore the local night markets which showcase an array of local produce and wine. Moreover, for special occasions, there is a highly esteemed 2* Michelin restaurant in the nearby town.

If you plan to visit from Saint Malo, it is approximately 692 kilometers away, while Calais is located 941 kilometers from our destination.



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Holiday Home 3 550 1350


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  • Agen: Situated around 30 kilometers northeast of Tayrac, the city of Agen is worth a visit. Known for its historic center, Agen offers attractions such as the Cathédrale Saint-Caprais, Musée des Beaux-Arts, and the famous Agen Prune Market where you can sample delicious local specialties.
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