A warm family welcome in this completely renovated farmhouse where comfort and modernity prevail. Private entrance, kitchen corner and a small private terrace are reserved for this room.
4 km from Montcuq this barn, dating from 1836, has been renovated and extended using the local white stone. Celine proposes 2 independently accessed rooms soberly decorated using traditional materials in soft colours. Heated swimming pool.
In a quiet setting on the edge of the village, Jane will welcome you to a double guest room, which was previously her artists's studio, furnished with pieces bought on antiques/second-hand markets. Good view of the tower of Montcuq, garden and shady terrace. Jane provides her guests with a typically English breakfast. Pets admitted by prior arrangement with the owner.
Stay in one of the 3 guest rooms in this group of restored rural buildings on a 65 hectare property, 2.5 km from a village and 7 km from Montcuq (shops and activities), in the heart of the Quercy Blanc amongst the vines on the plateau above the Lendou valley.
On a hilltop with a wonderful view of the valleys all around, Eileen and Christopher will welcome you to their B&B with two bedrooms, one a double (140 cm bed) and a family room (2 x 90cm beds), in their own house, a former presbytery. English books to read, garden.
Henny and Robert provide a welcome in their traditional Quercy-style house, in which there are two double guest rooms with their own private terrace. Access to the swimming pool, spa and sauna. Table d'hôte meals on reservation. Pilgrims welcome.
This former police station dating from the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries located at the base of the tower, has 2 guest rooms each with its own sitting room. Possibility of an extra bed for children if required. In-house dining from June to August by reservation.
France discovered the charming village of Montcuq thanks to Jacques Martin's TV programme "Le Petit Rapporteur". The Mayor, Henri Dernaucourt, guiding Daniel Prevost around Montcuq remains one of television's great moments ! Forty years on, one of his granddaughters, Sandrine, having returned to the Quercy Blanc, has opened a guest room which she has chosen to call ‘Oh…P’tit Rapporteur’ in memory of her grandfather. Right in the middle of the mediaeval village, a comfortable, spacious, guest room tastefully combining the ancient and modern awaits you. Two extra people can be accommodated on a convertible sofa.