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*St. Cirq Lapopie--voted the Most Beautiful Village in France by the French public in 2012.
UPDATE: REVIEWS-- we've received nothing but 5-star rave reviews from guests since we began renting in 2012. But most of our business does not come through vacation rental websites, like...
THE HOUSE is located in the heart of the village with views over the church, the castle and tiled roofs.
Comfortably furnished, it is a fine example of Medieval architecture with an impressive Renaissance fire place, oak timber beams, terracotta tiles and wooden floor.
*Equipped kitchen with...
Enter a gate and walk down a garden path to this charming stone house on the cliff and adjacent to the an historic church, the center of the village. Spectacular panoramic views of the Lot river and countryside. The house occupies a tranquil location just away from the center of the village but...
A quaint ''chambres d'hotes'' (Bed & Breakfast only) located in the in the main courtyard of our home. A very comfortable and recently renovated little house with maximum comfort. Tea & coffee facilities.
Perfect pied-a-terre for a couple wishing to stay and live in a traditional French home...
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My Home was built few hundred years ago in the gorgeous Medieval Village of St Cirq Lapopie which stands over the river LOT in Midi-Pyrenees region.
Right in the heart of the village, the house is perfectly positioned in a little alley way tucked amongst other beautiful medieval homes.
THE HOUSE (located 15 km from St Cirq Lapopie) has a very spacious and cosy lounge area comprising of a dinning table sitting 6 and a fully equipped kitchen. The French windows open directly onto a fantastic timber terrace. A truly lovely spot at any given time of day with beautiful views onto the...
Converted and extended tobacco drying barn, overlooking its 37acres garden, on river Bournac (dry in summer). It is reached over a sandy track and plain bridge, by the picturesque Moulin des Pauvres. The house has 3 different terraces. Splendid starry skies, owls calling in the silent valley at...