My wife and I stayed in this beautiful house this past week and had a lovely time.
The house is a well preserved peace of history lovingly finished by the owner. It seems like it is 2 house made in to one so there is loads of space throughout the house. Even though it was just my wife and I the house never seemed to big but it felt like it could handle a large family or a group of friends.
A great touch was a book about the how the house works, with useful information in it.
There is a nice little court yard to sit with a glass of wine.
The house and the area is so quiet, it was just what we needed a lovely slice of french rural life. We rented bikes and toured the area and went to some markets in local villages which was lovely.
We would definitely come here again as it felt like a home away from home.
Maison King is a beautiful place. It's well decorated and feels very homely. There are a few signs here and there that it's still being improved upon, but it's not that noticeable.
The courtyard is a nice, little space to have breakfast or drinks in. We ended up using the snug quite a bit too.
I love being outdoors, so the local area was perfect for me. There are an unending amount of hikes and bike rides that you can go on, as well as lakes and swimming pools for when you want cool off.
We spent quite a lot of time at the local markets and fetes as well (which seem to be on pretty much every day).
Will definitely come again!
We really enjoyed staying in this beautiful spacious house which was truly a home from home. The house is well equipped and an ideal base from which to explore this really lovely part of France which has everything from Roman ruins to foodie markets. I would certainly visit again.
Lovely house full of character and charm, retaining lots of original features. Quirky but comfortable and well catered for with plenty of space. Delightful, small court yard, shady but warm - a perfect place to sit for lunch or evening drinks.
The village has plenty of amenities with pharmacy, small supermarket/depot du pain and bar/restaurant. There are plenty of pretty, small villages in the area to explore - we particularly enjoyed Nerac and its Saturday market and Mezin. Nearby vineyards with the opportunity to taste are also worth a visit!