Moulin Du Pit

From $1,857 / week

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 12

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 12

Type: House

Moulin Du Pit

Only 15km from the Roman market town of Cahors, this restored water mill offers a relaxing and idyllic setting. Surrounded by meadows and woodlands, Le Moulin du Pit is located on a tributary of the River Vert, flowing into the River Lot. The grounds include 22 acres of landscaped gardens, a small stream, terraces and a 12x6m swimming pool. The 15th century stone Water Mill has been tastefully restored and furnished while losing none of its original character.

The Moulin du Pit has 6 double bedrooms and sleeps 12 comfortably. There are two additional adult beds to sleep 14 and more beds are in storage in the house (plus one cot), if required. ...Read more

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Moulin Du Pit
Boissieres, Midi-Pyrenees, France

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The closest airports are Toulouse (130km) and Bergerac (95km). Local amenities are in Catus (3.5km) and include cash point, newsagent, supermarket, greengrocers, butchers, boulangerie and tourist office. There is also an open-air market here every Tuesday. Cahors (15km) offers a larger choice of shops and supermarkets. There is a large choice of good restaurants nearby (see the house book for details).
Local activities include walking/cycling (a range of books of walks in the house and a more extensive range at the local tourist office), several golf courses in the region, boating on the river Lot and the nearby villages that host weekend summer fetes. The Tour de France even passes through this region if you’re here at the right time.
Catus (3.5km) has a lake which offers water sports, boating, tennis courts and the restaurant ‘St Denis Catus’. Cahors is a beautiful Roman town surrounded by the River Lot with good shopping, restaurants and twice weekly markets. Explore the ancient streets and old buildings and take advantage of the numerous sightseeing opportunities (Pont Valentre, Resistance Museum and the cathedral). Cahors vineyards also come recommended for wine tasting. Visit Chateau Caix – Danish Royal family or La Grezzette-Cartier family among others. Sarlat in the Dordogne (40km) is an ancient market town full of artists and cafes. Cordes en ciel (80km) is a hilltop village with chic boutiques and Arts & Crafts shops.



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