I have lived in this region of France since 2000. I am a retired University lecturer, now widowed.
I enjoy interacting with my guests and have the local knowledge to give help and advice when needed.
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La Maison de Pan de Bois was built towards the end of the 15th century, and was once one of the main shops in the ancient village of Carennac, as shown by its large arched window on the ground floor. Today, it is a finely restored three-storey townhouse with exposed stone walls, high ceilings and wooden beams, surrounded…
4 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Nov 30, 2013 for a stay in August 2013
We (two couples) spent two glorious weeks in this house in august 2013 and were amazed at how roomy and comfortable this seemingly tiny cottage was. It is indeed a tardis. It looks tiny on the outside but has every convenience and plently of room to relax inside and on the outside terrace. The house is comfortable, well-equipped and Penny is not far away if you need anything at all. The village … See more
M Clifford, Melbourne
L'Auditoire was built in the Middle Ages as the Auditoire de Justice, or Courthouse, for the medieval town of Turenne. It’s now a finely restored three-storey townhouse with exposed stone walls, high ceilings with wooden beams, and a huge open cantou fireplace, with a wood-burning stove. It comfortably accommodates six…