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The neighborhood is located 1 km away. We recommend renting the Farmhouse which can accommodate up to 24 people. Alternatively, each house can be rented separately for either 9 or 15 people.

The big house, suitable for 15 people, features 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and 4 toilets. The bedrooms consist of 5 beds measuring 160x200 and 5 beds measuring 90x190. Additionally, baby cots are available upon request. The house also includes a cozy lounge with a fireplace, a scullery, a kitchen, and a laundry room.

The house, which was renovated in 2010, is available for rental starting from December. It is designed to accommodate 9 people and comprises 4 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and toilet. A spacious dining room with a Quercynoise fireplace allows guests from both houses to gather together. The old cellar, converted into a 45 m2 games room, provides additional entertainment. A 20m2 living room completes the set.

Surrounding the farmhouse, there are several areas equipped for games and relaxation, ensuring that everyone can fully enjoy the property. In the middle of the playing fields, an ash tree serves as a gateway to swings, climbing ropes, rope ladders, rings, and more. If you prefer a quieter and shaded area, you can relax in the orchard where there are also sun loungers available. Two large gardens, filled with basswood and hazel trees, are perfect for convivial meals and are equipped with a griddle.

Situated in the Regional Natural Park of limestone Quercy, the Mas guarantees a peaceful and relaxing stay. It is also an ideal base for exploring nearby attractions such as Rocamadour (24 km away), Padirac (24 km away), the Dordogne and Lot valleys (30 km away), and Saint Cirq Lapopie (35 km away). The Mas, built between 1771 and 1822, was restored in 2005 while preserving the authenticity of the area. The total area available for guests is 200m².


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