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Raissa Blankoff
Le bourg



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Located in Autoire (Lot), which is renowned as "one of the most beautiful villages in France," this charming gite is a separate section of a stunning 17th-18th century manor. With a capacity to accommodate up to 8 guests, the gite boasts a fully restored 130 m2 living space equipped with modern amenities. There are two well-equipped kitchens and two spacious bathrooms with both showers and tubs. The gite features an old fireplace and a ceiling adorned with decorative beams, adding a touch of historic charm to the ambiance. Spread across three levels, it offers 3-4 sleeping areas, suitable for 4-5 adults and 2-4 children. The sleeping arrangements include two convertible couches (1.40 meters wide), two beds (0.80 meters wide), and two beds (0.90 meters wide).

On the garden level, you will find a cozy sleeping area, an old fireplace, a convenient kitchenette, a full bathroom, and a separate toilet. Ascending one flight of stairs, a spacious lounge awaits, complete with a sleeping area, a painted beam ceiling, a fully-fitted kitchen, and a separate sink and toilet area. The top level of the gite comprises two bedrooms, an additional bathroom, and a toilet.

For couples or small families, there is also a one-room studio available. This studio, dating back to the 17th century, offers a beautiful room with a kitchenette, a shower, a toilet, a washing machine, a dryer, and a private terrace. Please note that the studio does not have heating.

The gite is available for rent at a rate of 350 euros per week during the period from July 15th to August 15th, while for other dates, the rate is 300 euros.


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From Brive airport, take the train to Bretenoux Biars.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 9 350 650 50 non


Disabled Access
Animals Allowed


  • Autoire Waterfall: Located in the picturesque village of Autoire, this stunning waterfall cascades down the cliffs, providing a breathtaking natural spectacle. The surrounding area offers walking trails and picnic spots to enjoy the beauty of the landscape.
  • Château de Castelnau-Bretenoux: Situated just a short drive from Autoire, this medieval fortress is a must-visit for history enthusiasts. The well-preserved castle showcases impressive architecture and offers guided tours, providing insight into the region's rich history.
  • Gouffre de Padirac: One of the most popular natural attractions in the area, Gouffre de Padirac is a colossal underground cave system. Visitors can explore the caves on foot or take a boat ride along the underground river, marveling at the stunning rock formations and underground lakes.
  • Rocamadour: A renowned pilgrimage site and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Rocamadour is perched on a cliff above the Alzou River. This medieval village is famous for its historic buildings, including the Chapelle Notre-Dame and the Basilica of St. Sauveur, as well as its panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: Situated along the Lot River, this charming village is often considered one of the most beautiful in France. With its medieval architecture, narrow streets, and stunning views, it has been a favorite destination for artists and tourists alike.
  • Martel: Known as the "town with seven towers," Martel is a medieval town with well-preserved architectural heritage. Visitors can stroll through its narrow streets, admire the medieval houses, and discover its rich history through the town's museums and historic sites.
  • Collonges-la-Rouge: Located a bit further away but worth the visit, Collonges-la-Rouge is a unique village known for its red sandstone buildings. The entire village is classified as a historical monument, and visitors can explore the narrow streets, visit the charming shops, and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Padirac Village: A quaint village near the Gouffre de Padirac, it offers a peaceful and picturesque setting. Visitors can take leisurely walks, visit local shops, and enjoy traditional French cuisine at one of the cozy restaurants. These attractions near Le bourg, Autoire provide a diverse range of experiences, from natural wonders to medieval towns, ensuring that visitors will have an unforgettable time exploring the region.

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