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Frayssinet Le Gourdonnais
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Description for B&B:La Bonne Auberge is a 250-year old former inn, and together with the Mairie (town hall) they both command the entrance to Frayssinet village. It is situated on the D820, and all bedrooms face the rear of the house overlooking the secluded garden which is below street level and is an inviting calm oasis with a fabulous 10 x 5 metre swimming pool , sun bathing terraces, and is bordered by a small stream.
This splendid house is just 20 minutes north of Cahors (capital town of the Lot region) and is a convenient half-way stop for an overnight stay for visitors travelling south to Spain and the sunny French mediterranean coast.
In the village, there is a garage and a small grocery shop, a welcoming bar and restaurant that hosts a live-music evening once a week. For persons requiring a base to discover the Quercy and Dordogne regions, it is perfectly located in the Causses du Quercy National Park , and between the Lot and Dordogne rivers where chateaux, castles, gardens, caves and market towns abound. Gourdon is only 15 minutes away by car where there are plenty of shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants. and a twice weekly market.
Our rooms are tastefully decorated and breakfast is served on the sun terrace, or in the 250 year old dining room.
Guests have access to a games room with pool table, a communal sitting room, the secluded gardens with garden furniture, and the salt water swimming pool with sun terraces with sun loungers. Wi-Fi is available (free of charge).
The owners are on site to offer advice on tourist activites in the region and to ensure you have an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
La Bonne Auberge is situated in an immaculately preserved corner of South West France. It will soon have you under its spell as the area has wonderful attractions and scenic delights, from colourful authentic French markets in medieval towns that time has forgot, to regal chateaux and enchanting castles. Magical meandering rivers cut their way through beautiful limestone countryside and wooded landscapes. Sun drenched vineyards abound - all waiting to be explored.
There is a timeless quality of life here, offering you leisurely days and wonderful memories......
A car is essential to tour the region. Parking is available on site.
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Directly on the D820, and half way between the towns of Souillac and Cahors.