Holiday gite for 4 with pool near Agen - MN006192

2km from Castelsagrat, Tarn et Garonne, Midi Pyrenees Reference: MN006192 Advertiser since: 26 February 2018
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
La Grappa Self Catering Flexible 2 4 2

About this property

Gite Sleeping Up To 4 People. This cottage/gite is in a rural setting.

La Grappa is a pretty cottage which has been converted into a two bedroom property, perfect for small families, friends or couples. It has its own private terrace looking over the valley that is often full of sunflowers. Sitting on the terrace on an evening, you will be treated to amazing sunsets over the idyllic French countryside.
The area itself is one of the unspoiled areas of France. Your holiday can be whatever you choose. Perhaps you would like to experience the wonderful food, wine tasting and Armagnac tasting all within easy reach of the property. If you are more active, you can canoe, cycle, windsurf, horse ride and hike in the beautiful area around us. If you have children, there are a chateau that will give your children the experience of medieval times. There is a large theme park just 30 minutes away and there are lots of other attractions that appeal to children such as the leisure lakes in the area.



Kitchen and dining

Kitchen area has a fridge, dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob, filter coffee machine, kettle, all crockery and cooking utensils. There is also a dining table with four chairs.

Living rooms

Comfortable sofa, coffee table, tv/dvd player.


Bedroom one: Located next to the living area, one double bed, drawers, hanging rail and an ensuite bathroom.
Bedroom two: Downstairs to bedroom two, a large bedroom with a big double bed, bedside cabinets, drawers, hanging rail, air conditioning and en suite bathroom.


Bathroom one: shower cubicle, washbasin, bidet and toilet.
Bathroom two: shower, washbasin and toilet. There is a small washing machine in the bathroom, but guests can also use the washing machine located in the washroom at the back of La Maison.


Heating is via a reversible air conditioning unit. Extra radiators are available if required.


Cd player, tv/dvd player in living room. The games room (located under the barn) has a large dvd library. The games room also has board games, books, darts, pool table, table tennis, table football and items for outdoor play such as swingball and badminton.

Garden and outside

At the front of the house is a private terrace which overlooks the valley. There is a patio table with chairs and a parasol. A charcoal barbecue is available.
There is also a 10x5m outdoor swimming pool (shared with other guests). The pool is fenced and alarmed but children must be supervised by their parents at all time. There are plenty of sun loungers and parasols around the pool.
There is also plenty of open space for picnics etc and a petanque pitch.

Parking and garages

There is ample space for parking on site. This is located just off the road at the front of the property. No garage but we can safely store bikes if required.

Visitor suitability

Due to the steep driveway, steps to the pool, indoor staircase, this property is not suitable for wheelchairs.

Information about any additional facilities

There is a laundry room with a washing machine.


  • Internet

  • No smoking

  • Pets welcomed *

  • Linen

  • Shared pool

* Vet details: Dr Diana JAMES BVetMed MRCVS veterinary surgeon La Bourdette Haute Beauville 47470 06 32 23 77 08


Antiques/Brocante Market

Name of nearest antiques/brocante market: Lauzerte
Distance: 20 km


Family activities


Name and address of nearest golf course: Golf Club Espalais Lillot, 82400, Espalais
Distance: 17 km

Horse riding

Name and address of nearest stables: Equiloisirs, Route des Charretiers, Valence d'Agen, 82400
Distance: 14 km

Mountain biking

Distance: 1 km


Name/number of nearest marked trail: various trails from the property

Wine tasting

Name and address of nearest wine producer: Brulhois, Cave du Donzac, 3458 Avenue du Brulhois, 82340, Donzac
Distance: 17 km

About the Owner/Advertiser, Mr Stephen Gowland

Stephen and Judith are from Durham in the North East of England. We live in the converted barn on site with our two dogs, Billy the whippet (a northern lad) and Tina, a french miniature pinscher. We chose this property because of its peaceful location in one of the most unspoiled, rural areas of France.

Year property purchased 2016
Why this location? Tarn-et-Garonne is a beautiful part of France, full of little villages and rolling hills which attract those who like to walk or cycle and be close to nature. The area is known for its fruit, and most towns have a weekly market full of wonderful local produce. In the summer, several local villages have a weekly night market where locals and tourists gather to eat al fresco and listen to live music. Our property is a 5 minute drive from Castelsagrat, a small but thriving village with a beautiful central square where you will find the church and our local cafe, bakery and tabac. The town of Valence d'Agen is just a 10 minute drive where you can find supermarkets, shops, cafes etc. The beautiful medieval hilltop village of Lauzerte is a short drive, as is Moissac with its incredible weekend markets and famous Saint-Pierre Abbey, both places being popular stops on the Route Santiago de Compostela.
Unique benefits of property Le Domaine du Chasselas is located in a rural area, so it is peaceful and quiet. Most of our guests like to spend time lazing by the pool, but for those seeking activity, there are plenty of local walks, or cycle routes. For families with children, there are several large leisure lakes within driving distance where kayaking, wind-surfing and paddle-boarding are available. The property is an excellent base for exploring the many local towns and villages, but day trips to Bordeaux, Toulouse, Cahors and Carcassonne are also possible. The local town has an excellent railway station so it is possible to take the train to Montauban, or Toulouse if you have had your fill of sunflowers and find yourself craving some retail therapy!

The Owner Recommends

Lauzerte night market

One of the most popular local night markets, lots of stalls selling a variety of hot, delicious food, wine stalls, live music, amusements for children - a perfect way to spend a warm summer evening.

Moissac market

Every Saturday and Sunday morning - by far the best local market selling just about everything you can imagine, but known for its outstanding fresh fruit and vegetables, including the local specialty, Charentais melon. There is also an excellent indoor market that sells superb fish and meat, including foie gras and canard.


A lovely little village, famous for its pottery, it has several small art galleries, a beautiful old clock tower, an impressive church, a central circular corn exchange, and a suspension bridge over the magnificent Garonne river. There is a farmers market every Sunday morning.

1 Review
  • Cleanliness: 9
  • Comfort: 7
  • Condition: 9
  • Facilities: 9
  • Local Amenities: 8
  • Setting: 10
  • Value for Money: 9
8.8 / 10 E Darling 23 August, 2018

The property was located in a beautiful setting overlooking fields of sunflowers. Very peaceful country side.
Stephen and Judith were lovely and friendly and had lots of good tips on where to go and what to do.
The gite was clean and tidy with air conditioning and ceiling fans.
We had a great stay, the kids enjoyed the pool, the area was stunning and our hosts couldn't have been nicer. I would definitely recommend it.