A lovingly reconstructed old farm house, and attached is a stone mason's workshop.
Catherine made us the best tomato tart I've had, and sent me the recipe when I got back to England. She's a fab cook!
Her chap, the stone mason, shared his awesome fig wine, made with the leaves, very tasty. If you like peace, art, good food and conversation (in mostly French), this place is for you. Unpretentious. The village is peaceful and pretty, a nice place to stroll around.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming stone cottage with a terrasse and flower garden. Everything you'llneed fot resting, walking and fishing. A warm welcome in an ecological and artistic environment. French, german, russian, bulgarian spoken and a little english and italian.. Come for a night, the weekend or a season. ... more less