|Pertus||Self Catering||Saturday||3||6||2||Z Bed, cot|
Nestled amidst the rolling hills of Aveyron, the converted stone barn has amazing views of the gardens and beyond.
The barn has been sympathetically restored whilst retaining its traditional character and is in a secluded rural location.
Sleeping up to 6 Adults and + 1 baby, the rooms are bright and airy.
It has a beautiful large solar heated pool which has 6 sun-loungers and a hammock.
The gardens and terrace are the perfect place to relax and unwind and to eat al-fresco as they are south-facing.
The open plan living area has a fully fitted kitchen with large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and gas cooker. There is a dining area and living area both with seating for 6 people.
The French doors lead out onto the terrace which has a bbq and views over the garden and beyond.
A comfortable living area with two sofas and tv/dvd player. It has doors that open out onto the terrace, a lovely place to eat and relax..
The main bedroom is on the ground floor with large windows overlooking the garden. It has a very large comfortable double bed and easy access to one of the bathrooms on the ground floor.
Bedroom 2 - two twin beds (can be made into a double if required).
Bedroom 3 - two twin beds.
Both rooms light and airy with original beams.
There is a ground floor spacious shower room and another shower room upstairs, both with wc and basin.
The property has central heating and underfloor heating.
Wi-fii. Satellite tv with dvd player plus a selection of dvds. Books, board games, badminton and 6 mountain bikes. Pool inflatables for all ages.
The property has it's own secluded garden, with fruit trees and wonderful views over the hills and a path that leads down to the pool area. The large solar heated pool area is gated and alarmed for safety and has sun-loungers and a hammock. The garden has swings and slide as well as outdoor games and bikes. There is a bbq for use on the terrace. There are plenty of places to relax in the gardens.
There is an outside parking area for your use.
Suitable for all ages.
I used to own a deli and gift shop in the UK. My love of French food was one of the reasons I chose to move to France. I enjoy growing my own vegetables and flowers and visiting all the markets in the surrounding areas.
|Year property purchased||2017|
|Why this location?||I fell in love with this location straight away, the rolling hills were so green it didn't look real at first. There are many beautiful villages nearby and lots of events run throughout the year.|
|Unique benefits of property||The views from the hamlet are wonderful and there is an abundance of wildlife. It is very peaceful and secluded but not far from shops, markets and restaurants.|
Villefranche de Rouergue is our closest town and the weekly Thursday market is the largest in the area. It's our favourite place to buy regional produce and very popular with the locals. It's a very historic old town with many cafes and restaurants to chose from.
Najac is about 30 minutes drive from here. It's market square is surrounded with ancient houses and a few cafe's and restaurants. The Castle is astounding, one of the highlights of the area. There are many events throughout the year and a weekly evening food market in the summer. It's also a popular place for river sports.
Other favourites (there are too many to mention) include Belcastel, Cordes and Saint Antonin Noble Val.