Situated 1 km du GR65, this 16th C. building and its tower with mullioned windows enjoy a fine view over the valley. Gisèle and Jean-Pierre provide two spacious guest rooms which overlook the countryside. One room with a 140 cm bed and one room with 1 x 140 cm bed and 2 x 90 cm beds. Shower and WC accessed from the corridor. Table d'hôte meals. Pilgrims welcome.
The old village school house dating back to the XIXth century is home to Christine and Philippe who receive their guests in 3 rooms each with a mezzanine, sitting room and exposed beams and stones walls. Private swimming pool. In-house meals on reservation.
You'll feel at home straight away in the very special atmosphere of this 13th C. mill. The pitches provide more than 100 sq. m of space, and mobile homes are available. There are numerous facilities in and around the Mill. You can enjoy a drink on the terrace overlooking the fish pond, and the children can play around the Mill or in the woods. The camp site covers at least 12 hectares, some in shade, some in the sun, and it provides all the necessary comforts: clean, modern sanitary facilities, reception area, bar, restaurant... The site is 10 mins drive from the city of Cahors, famous for its wines, and close to the picturesque little town of Montcuq. It is within reach of Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, the caves of Pech-Merle, Rocamadour, Domme, Sarlat and Toulouse.
Built in a stone barn, quietly located halfway between Cahors and Montcuq, at the junction between the GR®65 and its variant at Lhospitalet. Capacity of 10 places distributed in four rooms. Fully equipped kitchen, meals and self-catering breakfast. Picnic area with fresh drinks fountain. Horses are welcomed.
This partially shaded campsite is located 10 km from Cahors. Camper van station. Use of a large room for eating. Farm produce available in the area.